Lipo is easy and cheap, the fat never comes back, and yes I had it done when I was 29 years old. I can’t believe more people don’t have it but there’s this ridiculous fear about it. It’s painless. It cost a few thousand bucks. And I led a mission to South Korea the day after my procedure, even had my shirt off, and my men remained clueless. (Photo below) If you’ve got a stubborn pocket of fat that’s preoccupied your thoughts for the past 20 years – GET LIPO – and never think of it again. Emancipation. How does that sound? Again, I can’t believe more people don’t get it. Now lipo doesn’t make for perfection. No cosmetic surgery does. But lipo will make a dramatic improvement. At the time, I couldn’t tell a difference, because I was shredded already. The doctor nevertheless removed and showed me later, the quart of fat from my midsection. Evidently there was still plenty. Now you’re wondering – why – if you were already shredded, would you do such a thing? Because Rohypnol drove my every decision that year, lipo being just one of a thousand seemingly insane activities. Now I’m still shredded at 51 years old. I know my decision then factored huge in my 5% body-fat now. So get it done as young as possible! Don’t wait until your skin’s given up on rebounds. Do it while your skin will recover completely. (But if you’re older, the doc’s have many tricks to clip away skin and hide scaring along skin folds…you’re still a contender for lipo) In summary, don’t live with a pocket of fat that has literally distracted your life. Don’t be a chicken-shit about pain or a few thousand bucks. I guarantee you’ll be happier moving forward in life.
I enjoyed four unnecessary surgeries that Rophie year, all the while, leading the Navy’s MK6 Dolphin System, a disastrous year. You can read all about it in my confessional, ‘US Navy Dolphins and Steroids.’ If you click on the black part of my banner, it’ll take you to my page on Amazon. Please buy one for your dog.
Here I am in South Korea, 36 hours post op, directing the construction of our portable dolphin pens, wearing the requisite girdle – for 2 weeks. The men assumed it was a back brace. Not one man made a crack or even asked. If interested, I’d recommend David Liland, MD. Good man. I’ve referred hundreds to him. His office phone: (214) 692-6500.