I've been overweight for about 8 years now, and I have got gradually more overweight over the years. I have just checked my BMI and it is 36, which means that I am 'Very Obese' according to the NHS, and when they told me this they also gave me a nice list of diseases I'm going to get and gave me the impression that I only have about 5 years to live.
Anyway, on a more serious note, I think it is about time I did something about it or else I'll be about 30 stone in a few years, and that is something I really don't want to happen.
But, I have a bit of a problem. Basically I can't do exercise. In addition to my truly unbelievable physical fitness level, I have asthma, which means that after a tiny amount of physical activity, I feel really breathless and physically cannot continue. This means that any exercise I attempt to do is pointless as I have to stop after a few seconds, meaning I get next to no benefit from the exercise. To give you an idea of how bad this is, after running up a flight of stairs, I'm so out of breath I can't speak more than 3 or 4 words at a time.
My question is, is there any way that I can prevent this from happening, like is there a product or treatment which can help me breathe better so I can do a reasonable amount of exercise before feeling out of breath?
at your extreme bodyfat level you don't even need to do any exercise to lose fat, all you need is a calorie deficit, you could sit on your arse 24/7 and still lose a good 2-3 lbs a week, then when you're lighter you can start exercising