Get ready for DAILY Blogging!

So, I know that it has been a while since I did much on here, but starting right now, the hiatus is over! I am going to start documenting my workouts, my food, and just my life/thoughts in general on here. Every. Fucking. Day. 

If you haven't been keeping up with my YouTube channel, its all good, but you might be a little bit behind on my current physique goals. After completing the 100 Days of Ice Cream I realized I had lost at least 30lbs of muscle since my pec surgery in 2015. So now I am working on getting allll of that muscle back. Here is a picture illustrating the changes since the surgery.

As you can see, I was not only much larger in the first picture, I was also leaner. Some of that is simply the fact that having a lot more muscle looks better at the same body fat percentage. But at a minimum, I have 30lbs of muscle to put back on before I can start actually making forward progress again. In a way...

Really, anything that elevates you from where you are CURRENTLY, should be considered progress, no matter where you have been before. This is something that can be really hard to truly accept, though. Its so easy to get caught up in how good we used to look, or how much money we used to have. We are not only constantly comparing ourselves to everyone else, we are also weighing our current perceived worth vs our past. I don't know any simply way of combating this, other than being conscious of it, and doing your best to realize that anything you once had you can get back, and more. 

But this is where I am at, goal wise. Other than that, expect a lot of rants, a lot of personal insights that may or may not be useful, tons of food porn, and who the hell knows what else. 

I hope that you join me on this daily journey to wherever this life is taking me. 

So until next time, 

- Eat Dirty My Friends 

 

Anthony howard-crow

Abs & Ice Cream, , CO,

Abs & Ice Cream is not simply a catchy name or cocky statement; it's about much more than that.

It's abut being free, and understanding the fact that you CAN be dedicated to fitness, nutrition, and overall well-being, and still enjoy any foods that you desire. It's about ending the stress and the pain that placing foods into categories of "good" and "bad" causes us.

But most of all, it's about our lifelong journey to find balance and happiness in everything that we do.