Well, my story is quite simple. I used to be a superb athlete in high school. Then I went to college and worked really hard on my physique. I got a nice paying job in the corporate world, it was a sitting job, and a hectic one at that. Think finance type. So, it was really taxing on my brain. I didn't notice but I got addicted to coffee, and when I couldn't get my hands on coffee, for example on a foreign tour, I would get tea. The thing is, the coffee machine is literally 10 steps away from my cubical. At home I have multiple coffee machines, one of them in my bedroom. My physique became terrible and I gained a lot of weight probably because of all the mindless after-work parties and the mountains of sugar that I consumed with my coffee. Of course, then I saw someone near and dear go through a lot of crazy mental symptoms during their old age, attributed to the habit of drinking coffee. I decided to change. So, I am glad to say that I have become super fit today thanks to a variety of circuit training programs I have put myself through, and my coffee consumption has reduced. Although, I still need coffee to get going in the morning. I still need coffee when stress levels rise at work. That's my story. My life's a work in progress.