37 year old man, 180cm and 140kg (obese) from Sweden. Started S&S about two months ago. I've lost only 1kg of weight but dropped almost two pant sizes and gone from a 16kg kettlebell to swing and press a 32kg. And my favorite hoodie is starting to feel tight around the shoulders... My training: Brisk 30min walk before breakfast every day. 100 one arm Swings, 10 prying goblet squats, 10 military press (all with 32kg) in the evening, 5 times a week. Stretching in bed before i go to sleep. I can't really do TGU because I train outside and don't really have anywhere to lay down. If I don't want to lay down in the mud/snow on the rocky forest floor that is. But when i train at my girlfriends place (she has a small gym in her garage) I do TGU's with a 24kg, but only once a week. But come spring I should be able to do them at home without ruining my clothes. I mostly eat home baked whole wheat spelt-bread with some protein and vegetables. Stopped eating sugar 1 month ago. Example: Mackerel in tomato sauce on bread Rice, green lentils, carrots, onions, chorizo, garlic, herbs (all cooked in one pot) with hot sauce and a lot of raw shredded cabbage cottage cheese, leeks, dill, (swedish) caviar on bread hummus, pickled vegetables, halluomi, olives on flat bread grilled chicken + grilled vegetables+(a little) cream sauce (no bread or potatoes) eggs / omelette with parmesan and chili (usually 3eggs on one piece of bread) Any tips about optimizing my training? Should I try running in the morning instead of walking? (might be hard on my knees but...) Should I build a pull-up bar and try to do some pull-ups to compensate the tgu? (I can't do one single pull-up, but I could try negatives, hanging and the "reverse push-up"-thing) Or try upping my swings+presses to 6-7 days a week? I'm planning to do "Simple" by mid-February, is that realistic? Typical winter on the west coast of Sweden.