The inadvertent diet

By now, anyone reading this is pretty well aware that I go to the gym on a regular basis.  But obviously, the gym alone is never enough when it comes to physical improvement, otherwise I would probably have a physique that was resembling more to Ricky Martin instead of Ricky Gervais.  This is the case because in spite of how much I work out, I’m fairly lax when it comes to eating, because food is awesome and I love food.  I’m not saying I will dine at solely all-you-can-eat buffets (anymore), but I have a fond affinity for burritos, barbecue and beer, and I have no intention of giving them up anytime soon.

I exercise so that I can eat.

However, I’m not going to say that I couldn’t stand to improve physically, because:

  • I am a single guy, and single guys that are in better shape tend to have more success in romantic pursuits than guys that are fat miserable slobs
  • Physical improvement can only lead to a higher quality standard of living
  • Yes, I prioritized the pursuit of women over improved physical well-being, because that’s kind of where I’m at with my life, currently

That being said, because I’m also a supportive friend and roommate, I decided to embark on a mission to try and eat better with Jen.

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