My boyfriend is contantly into working out and going to the gym, I think to a point where it is an obsession, and a competition between him and his brother and other male friends. He eats healthy on a regular basis to a point where it is annoying. I, myself, have never been overweight. I have acutally been the same weight since higschool and have always had a healthy BMI. (I'm 28 now.) I've also have been an athlete and have played multiple sports, so I know what it takes to do physical fitness, and I know how to eat healthy lose wieght or gain weight if I wanted.
Anyways, my boyfriend has always been into working out. In fact, before I had started dating him, I had went on a date with one of his friends prior to meeting him. His friend had asked me what time I wanted to be picked up. I told him 7:00pm, and then he said he couldn't do that time and that 8:30 would work. I later found out he couldn't go later because he had to go work out. Well, let's just say I didn't like that, things didn't go well with is freind, and I met my boyfriend that I have now.
When I met my boyriend I didn't know he knew the guy I previously went out with. They just happend to be roommates who liked to go to the gym together. Anyways, when we first started dating, he used to spend a lot of his time with me, and wouldn't go to the gym as much. Lately it has been an obsession, and now I am starting to feel like I am dating the guy I met before I had started dating my boyfriend. I feel like my boyfriend is constantly either A. telling me to not eat out as much. B. Telling me to stop eating cookies, or desserts C. asking me to go go the gym with him. To do pushups or situps in my house. etc.
I got mad at him last night because it was Friday night, and instead of making plans to hang out with me, after a week of not hanging out with me he had already mad
Also I don't know who made him an expertise on health. He's giving me advice I'm not asking for. Like I've said. I still weigh what I weighed i
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I see a lot of people (guys and gals) at the gym who are there before I get there, still there when I leave, and I am sure they do that every day. It is some kind of obsession. He is not doing it for you, believe me. He is enamored with his own body and can;t give it up. If he could find a way to make money without going to his work, he would be at the gym even more.
Give up and just let it be that way for most of your life, or find someone else.1
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