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Student, 29, reveals her astonishing transformation after losing 45 kilos without a personal trainer | Daily Mail Online

An Australian student has shared how she transformed her life and look by shedding 45 kilograms.

Shelley Bishop, 29, from Brisbane, originally weighed 110 kilograms and was eager to change her lifestyle of poor dieting and lack of exercising after a gym opened next to her apartment building in 2018.

She confessed her poor diet of pasta, pizza and burgers lead to the excessive weight gain, but taught herself how to train at the gym by watching online videos and noticing what others were doing at the gym. 

‘I was working in the music industry in Sydney at the time and my lifestyle mostly consisted of working late nights, eating whatever I could, whenever I could, and it wasn’t healthy at all,’ Shelley told FEMAIL. 

‘Weight gain is a gradual process, and you don’t realise how heavy you are until you shed the weight; looking at old photos, I can’t believe what I used to look like and how unhealthy I was.’ 

Shelley Bishop (pictured) has shared how she transformed her life and look by shredding 45 kilograms

Shelley, from Brisbane, originally weighed 110 kilograms and was eager to change her lifestyle of poor dieting and lack of exercising after a gym opened in her apartment building in 2018

‘I was working in the music industry in Sydney and my lifestyle mostly consisted of working late nights, eating whatever I could, whenever I could, and it wasn’t healthy at all,’ Shelley told FEMAIL 

Shelley said while the lifestyle change was difficult and challenging, it’s one of the best things she has ever done for herself. 

‘I used to think I needed to run and eat nothing to lose weight, but instead I found strength training to be both enjoyable and effective,’ she said.   

‘It definitely wasn’t easy changing old habits.’ 

Her exercise routine consisted of both upper body and lower body workout sessions and lifting weights for multiple repetitions. 

Shelley said the first eight months was the easiest as the fat turned to muscle, and the last few months were the hardest as lean muscle is harder to obtain.  

The dedication and drive paid off as Shelley managed to lose the first 30 kilograms naturally, then turned to a nutritionist for advice after hitting a plateau. 

She confessed her poor diet of pasta, pizza and burgers lead to the excessive weight gain, but taught herself how to train at the gym by watching online videos

Shelley said her weight loss journey was the hardest and best thing she has ever done for herself

SHELLEY’S GO-TO WORKOUTS

Lower Body (with dumbbells / kettlebell)

Goblet Squat – 4 x 16

Calf raises – 4 x 20

RDL – 4 x 12

Bulgarian split squat – 4 x 12

Upper Body (with dumbbells / machine)

Bicep hammer curls – 4 x 16

Lateral raise – 4 x 16

Tricep kickback – 4 x 10

Bent over row – 4 x 12

Shelley said she started noticing a huge difference when she began fuelling her body with the right types of food that’s energy-rich and nutritious.

‘My diet changed completely, and I was eating a high protein, high carb diet and lots of vegetables,’ she said. 

Shelley mentioned she learnt the importance of eating the right types of carbohydrates, such as brown rice, oats and wholegrain bread, during her weight loss journey.

‘People don’t realise how important it is to eat the right food, especially when losing weight,’ she said. 

‘Now I meal prep chicken, sweet potato and eggs at the start of the week to mix with other meals.’ 

‘Instead of eating three larger meals a day, I was eating six smaller meals a day to make sure I was always fuelling my body.’ 

Shelley said the most important thing is to find what you enjoy eating and doing to lose weight and what works best for your lifestyle.  

In August Shelley shared before and after photos of her impressive transformation to a Reddit forum, where the photos received more than 10,000 likes in only 24 hours

SHELLEY’S DAY ON A PLATE

Breakfast – Rolled oats and long black coffee

Lunch – Salmon salad with boiled eggs and bocconcini

Snack – Wholegrain toast with peanut butter and banana

Dinner – Chicken breast with green beans, avocado and brown rice  

Shelley said she started noticing a huge difference when she began fuelling her body with the right types of food that’s energy-rich and nutritious

In August Shelley shared before and after photos of her impressive transformation to a Reddit forum, where the photos received more than 10,000 likes in only 24 hours.

Shelley said she was surprised at how many people were eager to know how she managed to lose so much weight and received more than 200 messages overnight. 

After receiving positive affirmations, she started her Instagram page, Shred with Shelley, to share her journey and inspire others to do the same.

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RBG’s personal trainer honors her with three push-ups in front of her casket

The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has left many Americans mourning. The “Notorious R.B.G.,” as the internet lovingly referred to her, was known for many things, one of them being her exercise routine. 

Even as an octogenarian, Ginsburg kept up her routine with the help of personal trainer Bryant Johnson. The two began working together in 1999 after her first bout of cancer, according to USA Today. Ginsburg even continued her routine after receiving radiation last summer.

During her memorial service Friday, Johnson honored R.B.G. by doing three push-ups in front of her casket at the U.S. Capitol:

Bryant Johnson, Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer, does push-ups as Justice Ginsburg lies in state in the U.S. Capitol.

Full video: https://t.co/vri1sJcUV6 pic.twitter.com/C11uVFeQlQ

The poignant gesture quickly became viral online, with some people riffing on the moment:

you are not allowed into my funeral unless you can bust out 10 pull ups at the door of the church https://t.co/y6QcZmXOTj

— Trey Smith (@SlimiHendrix) September 25, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was always beating that guy at pushups. Finally, he had a chance to turn the tables.

— Sridhar Ramesh (@RadishHarmers) September 25, 2020

Others found it quite moving:

I have never cried over push ups before…but that streak is broken

— 🏳️‍🌈freedom of peach 🍑 (@demwitted) September 25, 2020

Some even conjectured that Johnson and Ginsburg planned the homage:

I hope it is an inside joke. I hope he told her, “I’ll do pushups at your funeral,” and I hope he’s paying off the bet. I hope she sees, and is laughing. This is lovely.

— Sarah Hart (@sarahhart27) September 25, 2020

This so something they prob talked about doing lol

While performing three push-ups is an unconventional way to honor someone, it’s safe to say that Ginsburg herself was largely unconventional — and likely would’ve appreciated the gesture by her longtime personal trainer. Her workouts, like her entire persona, were notorious, and this sendoff is no exception. 

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Personal Trainer of 20 Years Did Push-Ups in Front of Her Casket in Tribute

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer of over 2 decades paid a unique tribute to the late justice today.

The video has received mixed reactions online…

Following the heartbreaking death of RBG…

Some tributes have been made with quite an interesting twist.

Now, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was born in New York in 1933…

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But she was brought up in a life filled with tragedy.

Her big sister died when she was just a baby…

And her mom, who was her biggest source of encouragement when she was growing up, died when she was in high school.

But regardless of these heartaches…

Ginsberg went on to earn her bachelor’s degree at Cornell University and she became a wife and mother before enrolling at Harvard Law School.

She later transferred to Columbia Law School…

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And after her graduation, she turned to academia.

Ginsburg was a professor at Rutgers Law School and Columbia Law School, teaching civil procedure as one of the few women in her field.

But this doesn’t mean life was smooth sailing for the young woman…

She faced a lot of rejection in law due to her gender and the fact that not many women worked in the field at the time.

But in 1970, she co-founded the Women’s Rights Law Reporter

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And this was the first law journal in the US to focus exclusively on women’s rights.

In 1972, Ginsburg co-founded the Women’s Rights Project at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

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She was the project’s general counsel in 1973.

The Women’s Rights Project and related ACLU projects participated in over 300 gender discrimination cases by 1974.

As the director of the ACLU’s Women’s Rights Project, she argued 6 gender discrimination cases before the Supreme Court between 1973 and 1976…

She won 5 of these cases, and rather than asking the court to end all gender discrimination at once, Ginsburg charted a strategic course – taking aim at specific discriminatory statutes and building on each successive victory.

Legal scholars and advocates credit Ginsburg’s body of work with making significant legal advances for women under the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution…

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And taken together, Ginsburg’s legal victories discouraged legislatures from treating women and men differently under the law.

In 1980, Ginsburg was nominated by President Jimmy Carter to a seat on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

She was confirmed by the United States Senate on June 18, 1980, and received her commission later that day.

Her service terminated on August 9, 1993, however, due to her elevation to the United States Supreme Court.

President Bill Clinton then nominated her as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court in 1993…

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Clinton was reportedly looking to increase the court’s diversity, which Ginsburg did as the first Jewish justice since the 1969 resignation of Justice Abe Fortas.

She was the second-ever female justice and the first Jewish female justice.

She worked tirelessly for the rights of women during her career…

And she famously spoke out about the subject of abortion in 2009, saying that “the government has no business making that choice for a woman.”

Over the following years, she earned herself the nickname “The Notorious R.B.G”…

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This was in reference to the rapper, The Notorious B.I.G, and this was also due to her firey liberal dissents and her refusals to step down.

In more recent times, Ginsburg became a published author.

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Her first book, My Own Words, was published in 2016 and it quickly debuted on the New York Times Best Seller List for hardcover nonfiction at No. 12.

Ginsburg was also an avid supporter of the #MeTooMovement…

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And reflected on her own experiences with gender discrimination and sexual harassment, including a time when a chemistry professor at Cornell unsuccessfully attempted to trade her exam answers for sex.

But earlier this month, Ginsburg was admitted to hospital after contracting an infection…

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And her admirable life tragically came to an end last week.

The tragic news…

According to the Washington Post, the Supreme Court announced that the Associate Justice passed of metastatic pancreatic cancer at age 87 on the 18th of September 2020.

People from all around the world sent in floods of tributes and warm messages in Ginsburg’s honor…

And it’s clear how her hard work will touch generations to come.

Ginsburg’s body has been lying in repose at the Supreme Court…

But she was recently set to lie in state at the US Capitol – becoming the first woman to be given the honor.

Flanked by guards and her former law clerks, thousands of people have been showing up to pay respects to Justice Ginsburg…

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Including President Donald Trump and his wife Melania, who paid a visit to pay their own respects.

But as the pair stood by Ginsburg’s casket, that was draped with the American flag…

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The crowd began booing and protesting their presence.

People can be heard shouting, “Vote him out!”…

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And the president and his first lady simply stood there trying to ignore the clear message that they weren’t welcome by the crowd.

But today, Bryant Johnson, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s longtime personal trainer, paid tribute.

The pair reportedly began working out together over twenty years ago after she survived cancer.

Ginsburg had a huge commitment to fitness…

And Johnson wanted to pay a fitting tribute to her.

So, he started doing push-ups beside her casket.

via: Twitter

The move drew a range of reactions online, with some finding it odd and others who said they were strangely touched and moved by the gesture.

You can watch the touching tribute here:

Rest in Peace, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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RBG’s personal trainer performs push-ups in front of her casket | Daily Mail Online

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer of 21 years performed three push-ups in front of her casket in tribute to the Supreme Court Justice and fitness enthusiast as she lay in state in the US Capitol Friday.

Bryant Johnson, who helped her stay fit and active even during her bouts of cancer, was seen dropping to the ground in the Statuary Hall inside the Supreme Court and doing the exercises during the memorial service Friday morning. 

Mourners including Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris joined officials, lawmakers and the justice’s grieving family in paying their respects to the legal pioneer at the ceremony held by a female rabbi.

Ginsburg, a champion of gender equality, made history again as she became the first woman and the first Jewish person to lie in state in the US Capitol.  

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer of 21 years performed three push-ups in front of her casket in tribute to the Supreme Court Justice and fitness enthusiast as she lay in state in the US Capitol Friday 

Bryant Johnson, who helped her stay fit and active even during her bouts of cancer, was seen dropping to the ground in the Statuary Hall inside the Supreme Court and doing the exercises during the memorial service Friday morning 

Johnson, 55, approached Ginsburg’s casket following the short service where House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told of her ‘profound sorrow’ at the liberal icon’s passing and Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt gave an emotional reflection on the challenges Ginsburg faced and overcame as a woman trying to break into the male-dominated legal profession.

The personal trainer, wearing a face mask and clutching the order of service for the ceremony, walked to the casket which was placed on the Lincoln catafalque alongside a portrait of Ginsburg and two wreaths in the colors of the American flag. 

He took a moment to pay his respects to his former workout buddy before he did the push-ups on the floor of the hall. 

The justice once referred to Johnson, a 30-year army veteran, as a ‘very important part of my life’ while he described her as ‘awesome’, ‘remarkable’ and someone who never uttered the word ‘can’t’. 

Johnson has put Ginsburg through her paces in the gym for more than two decades, after they first teamed up back in 1999 when she was being treated for colorectal cancer at the age of 66.  

Ginsburg said her husband told her she looked ‘like a survivor of a concentration camp’ after battling the illness and inspired her to do something to get fit. 

The pair were introduced by another judge and committed to working out twice a week ever since. 

Ginsburg became known for her fitness regime including push-ups, planks and squats and often promoted the benefits of taking care of her body. 

They would often work out at the court gym after a day’s work while ‘PBS NewsHour’ played in the background.

The justice (pictured working out with Johnson) once referred to Johnson, a 30-year army veteran, as a ‘very important part of my life’

He described her as ‘awesome’, ‘remarkable’ and someone who never uttered the word ‘can’t’

Johnson helped RBG stay fit and healthy when she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2009.  

In 2014, Ginsburg fell ill during a workout session and she was taken to hospital and had a stent implanted in her heart.

She returned to the gym soon after and, in 2017, Johnson released a book inspired by the fitness enthusiast called ‘The RBG Workout: How She Stays Strong… and You Can Too!’

He said at the time he hoped the book would show people ‘you’re never too old to do something.’ 

It goes through the grueling hour-long workout RBG did, alongside illustrations of the justice doing the exercises. 

They then appeared in a segment with Late night show host Stephen Colbert in 2018. 

The duo carried on working out this year, despite being faced with the shuttering of the Supreme Court gym amid the coronavirus pandemic and the return of her pancreatic cancer. 

Johnson has also trained two other liberal justices, Justice Elena Kagan and Justice Stephen Breyer.  

Ginsburg became known for her fitness regime including push-ups, planks and squats and would often work out at the court gym after a day’s work while ‘PBS NewsHour’ played in the background

Ginsburg, only the second woman to serve as a Supreme Court Justice, died aged 87 last Friday surrounded by her family after battling cancer. 

She said her ‘most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed’ in the days leading up to her death.

However Trump has vowed to plow ahead with appointing her replacement for the Supreme Court seat in a move that has sparked fierce debate, with many Democrats – as well as some Republicans – insisting the seat must not be filled until after the election.   

The crux of the debate centers around the move made by Republicans back in 2016 – and led by McConnell – to block then-President Barack Obama from appointing a new justice to the court nine months before the election. 

Their argument at the time was that the position should not be filled until a new president was elected by the American people – a standard set by the Republicans that the Democrats now argue the party must continue to honor.    

They appeared in a segment with Late night show host Stephen Colbert in 2018

RBG with Colbert. She carried on working out this year, despite being faced with the shuttering of the Supreme Court gym amid the pandemic and the return of her cancer

Trump said he will name his nominee for the role on Saturday at the White House.  

Ginsburg’s flag-draped casket arrived at the Supreme Court Wednesday morning for a ceremony in the court’s Great Hall, flanked by lines of the justice’s former law clerks, who served as honorary pallbearers.   

It lay in repose on the steps of the court for two days before she lay in state Friday during a moving memorial ceremony Friday.  

The service began at 10 a.m. with a joint services military honor guard carrying Ginsburg’s flag-draped casket up the steps of the Supreme Court and into the hall.  

The casket was placed on the Lincoln catafalque in Statuary Hall and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi gave a moving introduction where she told of her ‘profound sorrow’ at the liberal icon’s passing. 

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a champion of gender equality, made history again on Friday as the first woman and the first Jewish person to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden paid their respects at Ginsburg’s flag-draped casket after the short service

Vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris speaks with members of Congress and guests prior to the memorial service

‘It is with profound sorrow and deep sympathy to the Ginsburg family that I have the high honor to welcome Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to lie in state in the Capitol of the United States,’ she said. 

‘She does so on a catafalque built for Abraham Lincoln. May she rest in peace.’

Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt of Adas Israel Congregation in Washington then gave an emotional reflection on the life of Ginsburg, speaking of the challenges she faced as a woman trying to break into a male-dominated profession.

‘I get out of law school with top grades, and no law firm in the city of New York will hire me,’ she quoted Ginsburg as saying one time. 

Hotlzblatt, whose husband clerked for Ginsburg from 2014 to 2015, told how the justice overcome these challenges to rise to the highest court in the land. 

‘Justice did not arrive like a lightening bolt, but rather through dogged persistence, all the days of her life.

‘Real change, she said, enduring change, happens one step at a time.’ 

The casket is draped in a flag while a portrait of Ginsburg and two wreaths, one reading House of Representatives and the other reading United States Senate, in blue, white and red flowers – the colors of the American flag

Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt gave a moving reflection at the service speaking of the challenges Ginsburg faced and overcame as a woman in the male-dominated legal profession

She added: ‘As a lawyer, she won equality for women and men — not in one swift victory, but brick by brick, case by case, through meticulous, careful lawyering.’  

Mourners including Ginsburg’s family members, members of Congress and lawmakers then approached the casket in turns to take a moment to pay their respects to the late icon.

Her casket was then carried down the steps in a procession by the honor guard.   

Ginsburg’s family plans to hold a private burial next week at Arlington National Cemetery where she will be laid to rest next to her late husband Martin who died in 2010 after 56 years of marriage.   

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer gave her a touchingly personal tribute at the Capitol: Push-ups

DeSantis announced Friday the whole state would move to the third and final phase of its reopening plan. That means businesses, including bars and restaurants, will be allowed to operate at full capacity even as the state continues to see thousands of new COVID-19 cases each day.

Diesel on Friday dropped his debut single, “Feel Like I Do,” a dance song he revealed on The Kelly Clarkson Show for anyone looking to, well, feel like he does.

If you want an oversight board done right, you have to launch it yourself, Facebook’s critics have evidently decided.

Facebook is launching an independent oversight board, a so-called “Supreme Court” to which moderation decisions can be appealed, but on Friday, 25 experts and outspoken Facebook critics announced they’re forming the “Real Facebook Oversight Board,” their own group that will “analyze and critique Facebook’s content moderation decisions, policies and other platform issues in the run-up to the presidential election and beyond,” NBC News reports.

The advocacy group The Citizens is behind the Real Facebook Oversight Board, which consists of civil rights leaders and academics among other experts who reportedly plan to meet weekly over Zoom. The Citizens’ founder, journalist Carole Cadwalladr, described this as an “emergency response.”

“We know there are going to be a series of incidents leading up to the election and beyond in which Facebook is crucial,” Cadwalladr told NBC News. “This is a real-time response from an authoritative group of experts to counter the spin Facebook is putting out.”

Though Facebook’s oversight board is launching in October, , given how long the process is expected to take, “that will be too late to hear cases related to the U.S. election.” Facebook, according to NBC News, “isn’t welcoming the outside board” and has expressed disappointment over its formation, and The Verge notes the board “will hold no power and is largely meant as a symbolic gesture.”

An apparent pitch deck for the project reported on by Axios, though, says it plans to use “stunts, viral video, celebrity endorsement and skillful media management to throw a spotlight on the real-time threats to democracy,” adding, “Democracy needs its own PR team and creative agency. We are it.”

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer pays tribute to her with push-ups in front of her casket – CBS News

Bryant Johnson, the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer, dropped to the ground in front of her casket and performed three push-ups to honor her at the U.S. Capitol on Friday.

Johnson, who Ginsburg has called a “very important part of my life,” worked with the justice for more than 20 years. The duo became workout partners in 1999 after Ginsburg received treatment for colorectal cancer, the Associated Press reported. It was, in fact, her husband who triggered her drive to stay fit and rebuild her strength.

At the time, another judge referred Ginsberg to Johnson, an Army reservist and trainer. Since their first meeting, Ginsberg committed to working out twice a week with Johnson, and over the years, the “Notorious RBG,” who often touted the benefits of a good workout, became well-known for her exercise regime.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer dropped to the ground and did push-ups in front of her casket at the U.S. Capitol. The late Justice was well-known for her exercise regime, including push-ups. pic.twitter.com/U1lMtxOxlg

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Her determination inspired Johnson to write a book in 2017, which details their workout plan, which included push-ups, planks, chest and shoulder presses, bicep and leg curls and many other full strength exercises.

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A year later, Ginsburg’s exercise routine became a sketch for”The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” The late justice took Colbert to a gym, where they grinded through the exercises. 

Throughout their relationship, there were only a few times where Johnson and Ginsburg were not able to workout. In 2004, Johnson was deployed to Kuwait for three years, and in 2009 and 2014, Ginsburg was dealing with serious health issues. 

Last year, Ginsburg revealed that she did continue working out while receiving treatment for pancreatic cancer that summer. “Even in my lowest periods I couldn’t do very much, but I did what I can,” she said at the time.

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Bryant Johnson, the trainer who led Ruth Bader Ginsburg through her well-documented workout regime, paid his respects by performing three press-ups as she lay in state at the US Capitol. Ginsburg, who died on 18 September, is the first woman and the first Jewish person to lie in state

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Personal Trainer Blissfully Unaware His Entire Family Use Him As The Example For “Shoulda Tried In School” — The Betoota Advocate

After spending countless years mindlessly wandering through life with a series of odd hospitality jobs, a local man Jason Swartz [27] has finally found his true calling by becoming a personal trainer, it’s reported.

Jason Swartz [27] is rumoured to have been a former gifted child who unfortunately fell into the trap of believing he could achieve anything he wanted with nominal effort.

However, much like every other gifted child that peaked in primary school, Jason quickly gave up on anything he wasn’t instantly good at, which has resulted in multiple career paths and dropped university degrees. 

Now, as a relatively athletic individual whose sole personality is derived by the circumference of his biceps, Jason’s last-ditch attempt at being a functioning adult is turning his narcissistic hobby into a career. 

However, unbeknownst to him, his career trajectory is often used as the benchmark of failure by his family, who use it as a clear example of ‘shoulda tried harder in school.’ 

 Speaking to his parents, the Advocate learns the extent of their disappointment.

“He was always so good at tinkering with things as a kid”, says his mum Julie as she blows into a tissue.

“Honestly, I ask myself every day what I could have done differently.”

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