Diet Buddy Fail


Dieting without a buddy is making this harder than it has to be and it’s already stupid hard. Dieting with a BAD Diet Buddy is even worse. I have GREAT diet buddies and if you find me on FB or on Twitter or Instagram and we can be diet buddies too. BUT if you’re this chick keep walking.Diet Buddy Fail


3 Responses to “Diet Buddy Fail”
  1. Ben James says:

    Never thought about having a diet buddy, but I have had exercise buddies, and I have friends who have tried exercising with buddies. We can attest to being let down by our “buddies”. If your buddy says, “Oh, I can’t go to the gym today,” or “I’m too tired to go for a run,” then it makes it too easy for you say, “Well, I guess we can’t exercise today,” and so you end up sitting at home on your ass. Then the week goes by and you haven’t exercised or caught up. Best to give buddies the boot real quick if they start to flake – don’t let them let you down.

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  3. Owen Hogarth says:

    I will have to disagree with you about having a diet buddy. This is just my personal experience but it always seems that one person is over invested and the other person is just like blegh… You start working fine together until all the excuses start coming up. Losing weight is a personal journey since each body is different, overly relying on other people while may help you in the beginning will only hinder you when you realize that 1) your partner isn’t as dedicated as you or 2) they leave for other reasons and all your motivations to lose weight goes with them.