Don’t be a crab.
The world is getting increasing larger. This goes without saying.
Many people are looking to get their weight under control.
Some want to lose 10, 20, 30+ pounds.
Many want to feel better about themselves, how they look, and can they just function in life without running short of breath.
The last thing they need is people, who continue to fail, telling them what they can and cannot do.
The reason why many of people fail is because people have this emotional attachment to things that don’t work, never have worked, and never will work.
People try pills and wraps and teas. They cut this food group out, fear this one, and gorge on that one. They spend thousands of dollars and waste nothing other than time.
And when none of those work, they, the crabs, try to keep others down.
If you see someone starting to make progress using some other method, don’t try and keep them down; lift them up.
Stop being a crab in a barrel.
The best thing you can do, if anything, is follow their lead.
This means learning how not to demonize food they say you “can’t have”, learning to strength train, and ultimately empowering yourself and others to be better.
The only crabs worth having are with lemon juice and butter after they’ve been cooked.
Let that be your only experience with a crab.