Man stops working out but doesn’t mention it on Facebook

Man stops working out but doesn’t mention it on Facebook

Moncton — Kyle Sutherbey, a 27-year-old from Moncton, evidently has decided that he’s fine with being a little chubby, as he’s suddenly stopped updating his Facebook status with all the healthy things he’s been doing. No snapshots taken from his many walks, no pictures of the salads and quinoa he’s been eating and no check-ins of when he arrives at the gym each day.

“It’s really weird to hear this,” admitted Facebook friend Teddy Collins. “Kyle is constantly posting all the workouts he’s doing, what he’s been eating and different motivational memes about how important it is to take care of your health.”

The Manatee asked Collins how long Sutherbey has been committed to such a healthy lifestyle and whether there had been any indication that he might quit the strict regimen.

“Oh, it’s been a couple weeks anyway,” said Collins. “Ever since he decided he wanted to lose weight. He took the whole thing really seriously, and was bragging about how it ‘wasn’t a diet, it was a lifestyle change’ or something like that. He updated his status every time he went for a walk or ate a salad or just when he wanted to talk about how depressing it is to see people who don’t care about themselves as much as he does. Now, for days, there’s been nothing — I didn’t see this coming at all.”

Our reporter caught up with Sutherbey and asked what brought on the sudden change.

“Oh, this is just a little hiccup,” he said while pounding back a McDouble from McDonald’s. “I’m still into fitness and everything — I’m going to get right back on track next week, or right after the Super Bowl.”

While talking with Sutherbey it became apparent that he was less worried about how to stay fit, and more concerned with how to fit 6 McNuggets in his mouth at once.

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