Do you weigh yourself everyday? Should you? How does your "identity" impact your ability to obtain your goals? Mac has his weekly weigh-in and confesses some of his YouTube obsessions.
Leanne Splawn joins the podcast and talks about her lifelong struggle with obesity. Overweight at 9, more than 200lbs at 12, and weighting more than 300lbs by her early 20's, she has begun the process of overcoming obstacles and environment as she has lost more than 90lbs.
Mac hits a 34 lb "bump in the road" and confronts his mental battle to stay positive as he struggles to stay consistent on his path to sustained weight loss.
Mac updates his progress and reflects back on the year's highs and lows as he attempts to lose more than 250lbs for the second time.
Does your personality determine how you respond to challenges? Does it make a difference in how you should approach your goals?
A new documentary contrasts today's physical education in schools with the PE program at LaSierra High 50yrs ago. Mac is now down 100lbs!
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the crew discusses the concept of "being fit to be useful". If no help is on the way, do you have what it takes to rescue your family and neighbors?
Mac is back down to his pre summer weight and the crew discusses moral obligations, excuses and recycling.
Can you be fat and happy? Can you be happy without being happy with your weight? Mac loses another 6 lbs and Tim gives up Copenhagen.
Tim talks about how the death of his mother and sister eventually led to his creation of Jailbreak Race Events. Mac's summer slump continues, even gaining weight in the past few weeks. Tim and Mac discuss his summer weight gain and Tim loses his sh*t.
Rachel joins the podcast and talks about seeing her brother, and hero, disappear inside the weight of 500+ pounds. She discusses the pain and helplessness of witnessing his physical and emotional decline, as well as the joy and pride of his triumphs.
Mac discusses his struggle to keep weight loss momentum during the summer.
Jessica McDonald joins the podcast and talks about life with a 530lb husband, a 220lb husband, and all the weight in between.
Jeff Walburn received a liver transplant almost 10 years ago. Jeff joins the crew and talks about honoring the life of his organ donor by living each day to the fullest.
Mac recaps his progress over the past six months and decides to make another attempt at a ketogenic diet.
Special guest Jerome Gonia joins the crew as Mac hits the six month mark on his quest to lose more than 200lbs, for the second time.
Tim goes for a 42 mile run/walkabout for his 42nd birthday and uncovers the depth of his hypocrisy. Mac has his last weigh in before his six month goal date.
Mac weighs in with twelve days to go on his quest to lose 100 pounds in six months. The crew also discusses procrastination and the role it plays in their journeys.
Mac weighs in after a week in South Padre for the Jailbreak Beach Escape. The crew recaps Jailbreak week and muses on McDonald's, Buc-cee's and the Jailbreak hangover.
It's South Padre week for Jailbreak! Lauren joins the crew to talk about her personal weight loss journey and shares tips that have helped in her success.
Mac has his weekly weigh in and the crew discuss whether obesity should be called a disease. Does how we classify something have an impact on how we address it?
A lion does not concern itself with the opinions of sheep. Stop caring what others think and start living a better story.
Mac weighs in, Tim goes to Buc-cee's and Jen plans her next hike.
Easter hikes, candy free egg hunts, Mac's weekly weight-in and TIm rants about "fake fitness".
Part three in the pillars of change series focuses on confronting your own b.s. The crew discuss mental and environmental hacks to overcoming the lies you have believed and why giving up your seat on a flight might be a good idea if you want to keep your skeletons in the closet.