Sisyphean Weight Loss

In Greek mythology, Sisyphus was a king punished in Tartarus by being cursed to roll a huge boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll down again, and to repeat this throughout eternity.
The Sisyphus Weight-Loss Plan
Doesn't weight-loss sometimes feel like this?

If you look closely at the picture, you can see, Sisyphus is ripped! All that constant work has gotten him into phenomenal shape. And it will do the same for you too.

Continue to work, every day, day in and day out and what you will find is not that you go crazy or frustrated from doing the same thing over and over but that you become stronger and you change; you turn into someone that can easily get that stone to the top and when it slides, you just go back down and push it up again, no big deal. It becomes part of your life.

According to Wikipedia, the term Sisyphean can be used as an adjective meaning that an activity is unending and/or repetitive.



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