Physical Fitness - Conclusion and Pictures

I took photos in July hoping that it would entice me to get back into the swing of things but it failed.  Seeing my fat ass in those pictures mustn't have been enough of a catalyst.  Sorry for the shoddy photography.  

  exhibit A. 2 July 2012 - ~195 pounds

Between July and October, i didn't do much in regard to fitness other than playing in an organized 18+ summer baseball league.  The weight loss can be mostly attributed to keeping a better eye on my diet (although it was nowhere near perfect in the 3 months.)

exhibit B. 29 October 2012 - 188 pounds

exhibit C. 19 November 2012 - 181 pounds

Still not very close to where i'd like to end up, but i'm closer than i was just 21 days ago.  It's not even like I put in that much effort.  Most workouts lasted less than 10 minutes.  Including warming up and cooling down it was still less than 20 minutes on average.  

This piece of advice has stuck with me: "you can either take 15 - 20 minutes a day to exercise and be healthy now, or you're going to be wasting much more time later on visiting doctors' offices and hospitals."

I can't reiterate enough that physical fitness is a lifestyle.  It's not something that can be achieved overnight.  It is a process.  With that said, i'll continue along my path toward fitness and hopefully be able to upload more progress pics in the upcoming months.