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Obese Man Gets Rejected By Crush, So He Dropped 165 Pounds To Make Her Regret It
Take a look at him now. He looks amazing!
Ryan Aliapoulios
01.18.18

Everyone knows how hard it can be to ask a stranger out on a date.

We’ve all been in that situation. We have a friend or an acquaintance who we’d like to get to know just a little bit better. Maybe we’ve finally made the decision to ask them out on a date. We walk across the room, steel our resolve… and sometimes get rejected. Needless to say, these moments are hard to live down. Though these moments are all too common, they sometimes lead to greater changes.

That was the case for one man living in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Mos Sataporn was just a regular guy who was having a hard time getting a date.

After one particularly bad rejection, Sataporn decided to do something about it. Over time, Sataporn had fallen into a sedentary and unhealthy lifestyle. At over six feet tall and 341 pounds, Sataporn’s weight put him in the clinically obese category. Spurred by his rejections, Sataporn decided to take control of his life and make radical changes. It all began with a change in his diet.

What followed were some truly incredible changes.

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After switching out heavy carbs for leaner proteins and vegetables, Sataporn took things to the next level.

In addition to his cooking and his healthier diet, Sataporn decided to start adding exercise into his routine. Without using any bodybuilding supplements or any other fancy techniques, Sataporn worked diligently to be healthier and put more time into himself. He posted his gradual results on Facebook to document his journey.

After just one year, Sataporn lost 165 pounds and completely changed his appearance.

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Sataporn’s story showing his transformation has been shared some 33,000 times on Facebook alone.

Although his journey began as a way simply to turn out the rejections with women, Sataporn’s overall journey ended up being about investing in his own health. He detailed his experiences and wisdom in a post on Facebook, explaining how he took control of his life. Though the story was in Thai, the message detailed how he grew up eating unhealthy foods and how those habits added up over time. Still, he reminds readers that taking responsibility is the best way to turn it all around.

At the end, he even offered some inspirational words of wisdom:

“The most important thing is that you can win it. I can do it. You can do it.”

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Sources: InspireMore, Facebook/Mos Sataporn Munchakun

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By Ryan Aliapoulios
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Ryan Aliapoulios is a contributing writer at Shareably based out of Los Angeles. Find him on Twitter @rollyops.
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