WEIGHT LOSS TIP: It is easy to give up trying to lose weight when you have a physical handicap that makes it much harder to exercise however you should look as such handicaps as obstacles to overcome and not impossibilities. Unless you are paralyzed from the neck down then you should still be able to find a way to exercise. For instance, if you have a shoulder injury then donít stop training your entire upper body just because you are unable to use one shoulder. Shoulder injuries are quite common with football players and trainers found out a long time ago that if the good shoulder is still trained it actually helps the bad shoulder to retain more strength and muscle size than if no training is done at all. If you have a lower body injury then train the upper body or vice-versa. Any training is better than nothing at all and sometimes an injury prompts a change in training that is actually beneficial to your overall weight loss program. The biggest problem most people face with a physical handicap is the mental challenge to overcome the desire to just quit. The next time you are faced with a challenging physical handicap remember all the people out there who have much worse handicaps than you who do not allow their physical handicaps to interfere with them exercising and losing weight and living as healthy as they possible can. We can all learn from such people to overcome our own physical handicaps and achieve the best and healthiest bodies possible. ***This Weight Loss Tip is dedicated to "Steve" who inspires everyone to Just Keep Rolling!