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Life can be very difficult for overweight people The world can be very cruel to heavier set men and women Some people seem to think that it is impossible to lose weight and dont even try I once was overweight and also had the same mindset I was always blaming it on my family because some of my family members were obese So it led me to think that it was alright for me to be overweight The teasing and everyday struggle with my weight led me to take action My hard work led me to lose sixty pounds and the effects made me feel healthier have higher self-esteem and made others look at me differently Can any person imagine what it would feel like to have sixty pounds lifted off his or her body I can because I did I felt much healthier I had so much energy that it seemed like I could never sit down I constantly wanted to clean things such as rooms cars and anything that looked dirty or do odd and end tasks to keep myself busy I also ate better and exercised I had never really put much thought into what I was eating and the amount of daily exercise I was getting I began to get very interested in the mathematical side of losing weight I figured how many calories and how much exercise I needed daily to reach my weight loss goal in the time I wanted My usual calorie intake was about twelve hundred calories daily My daily exercise usually consisted of an hour on the treadmill five hundred abdominal workouts and some arm workouts I eventually found that I could do things that were almost physically impossible to do before Before losing sixty pounds I could barely tie my shoes or do push-ups After my weight loss these tasks were never a problem I had much higher self-esteem as an effect of my
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