605 Lb. Bro Loses 200 Lbs. In Less Than Two Years By Walking To Walmart For Food Every Day And Now He’s RIPPED

Pasquale “Pat” Brocco once tipped the scales at 605 pounds. It doesn’t matter how tall he is – at that weight, you’re flirting with death and offering to buy it drinks on a daily basis. After being warned by his doctor that his weight, combined with high blood pressure and cholesterol, was putting his life at risk, he decided to make a change.

At that size, however, it’s more or less physically impossible to go to the gym for exercise, as most machines aren’t built to accommodate someone of that size. Deciding to start out slow, Pat decided that every time he was hungry he would walk one mile to the closest Walmart, then back home to eat his meal.

In less than two years Pat lost 200 pounds through this method.

“You walk to Walmart three times a day, and you end up walking six miles,” he said in an interview with ABC News. “It’s amazing because I never walked six miles in my life, and I was doing it every day.”

After shedding some weight, Pat swapped out his Walmart routine for a gym routine, lifting weights and using equipment that his weight had previously restricted him from using. Now weighing in at a much healthier 275 pounds, he says that he now hopes that he can be a role model for his one-year-old son.

If you’re wondering what exactly Pat was eating to be able to make it up to 605 pounds, be warned…it’s not pretty, although his before and after photos are straight-up incredible:

Before weight loss (about 11,200 calories per day):
• Box of cereal
• 1/2 gallon whole milk
• 1 package peanut butter cups
• 1 candy bar
• 12-inch meatball and cheese submarine sandwich
• 100 fast food chicken nuggets
• 1 fast food apple pie
• 1 fast food milkshake
• 2 liters soda
• 4 doughnuts

After weight loss (about 2,250 calories per day):
• 2 gallons water
• About 20 egg whites
• 1 cup oatmeal
• 24 ounces chicken breast
• Green beans
• 6 ounces ground lean bison
• 32 almonds
• 1/2 sweet potato(via)

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[H/T ABC News]