Rules Change: Eating less and Choosing More Healthy Foods To Lose Weight

PITTSBURGH (FFD) - This is Coach Coarksoaker here and I have an update for you on the fat guy. Its not pretty, but was he ever pretty to begin with? The Daily Gameday Objective is changing.

  Coach Corksoaker is changing the daily gameday objective. He demands 1 pound of flesh each week.

Coach Corksoaker is changing the daily gameday objective. He demands 1 pound of flesh each week.

Let’s face it. The intermittent fasting is not working for the fat guy. It is time to change our tactics. He is winning games but the weight is not coming off. That is a telltale sign that the daily gameday objective (DGO) is simply not matched well with Scratch’s ultimate goal of losing weight.

That changes now. That changes today.

The new Daily Gameday Objective, which I am I’m jacked of about, will be based on losing 1 pound a week, which should be something even this fat slob can do, if he put his mind to it.

If he wants to take an intermittent fasting approach to meeting these goals that is perfectly fine. Still, the ultimate objective is now to keep those calories down and eat healthy doing so. So if Scratch eats under the amount of calories needed to sustain a 1 pound a week weight loss, he will get a touchdown.

This should prevent this fat slob from abusing the evening feasting window that is typically generous on many intermittent fasting approaches to lose weight. 

  Not good. Not good at all. Time for a change. Scratch is into week 6 of Season 47 and is barely moving the scales. As of this photo, he is averaging a half pound a week. Not good enough.

Not good. Not good at all. Time for a change. Scratch is into week 6 of Season 47 and is barely moving the scales. As of this photo, he is averaging a half pound a week. Not good enough.

In many ways this is the old school method of losing weight. There is nothing fancy about it. Keep the calories low and keep the healthy food Intake going strong. 

The last time this fat slob was able to lose a significant amount of weight was 2009. That was nearly 10 years ago—wait it was 10 years ago.  

When the diet plan is not working

It is time that Scratch admit that what he has been doing for so many years simply isn’t working. It is time to look at the data and understand that there will not be a better way to do what he has been doing for so many years that has resulted in so many countless failures—other than a return to basics. 

Other changes?

Field goals will remain the same.

What about Intermittent Fasting?

Again, if intermittent fasting is way to help meet this new Daily Gameday Objective, then fine by Scratch. Still, the judge is what that scale reads when the bullshit on this blog is all said and done.

Wish this Fat Slob luck. He will need it.