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post #701 of 719 (permalink) Old 11-19-2019, 08:15 PM
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185.8 lbs. up since my last post. Work has picked up so I'm dropping cardio for now. I'm on my feet all day and too tired for walking when I get home. Maybe I'll walk on my days off. Since I'm dropping cardio I'm going to up my workout routine.
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post #702 of 719 (permalink) Old 12-02-2019, 11:56 AM
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183.4 lbs. finally some progress after a month(?) of not making any. Haven't changed anything in my diet/workout routine. Longer work hours and being on my feet all day has helped, I guess. Goal for December is lose 4 pounds
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^Good luck reaching your goal!

I had quit trying to lose weight for a while but I recently gained 20 pounds so I need to do something.

12/4 weigh-in: 340 lbs

Goal for this week: Pay closer attention to what I eat and move more.
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post #704 of 719 (permalink) Old 12-10-2019, 07:51 AM
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Lost 3/4 of a stone in last 6 weeks, 35 days out of 41 on 16/8 intermittent fasting, and 5 straight weeks of 5x5 strength training and tabata/intervals on alternate days!! Just better not **** it up over Christmas!

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post #705 of 719 (permalink) Old 12-10-2019, 08:54 AM
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Earlier in 2019 I was 385 lbs (175 kg)

As of today? I'm 299 lbs (136 kg) and I've only been seriously dieting for about 5-6 weeks with one "cheat" day a week.

My plan is at the start of 2020, to introduce a serious exercise regiment into the fold. I wanted to take a while to get the diet down because the food aspect was always the hardest part for me in the past.

We haven't lived in anything remotely close to "real" since the turn of the century.
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post #706 of 719 (permalink) Old 12-10-2019, 02:25 PM
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I tweaked my back a little a few weeks ago. Doesn't seem major because I can still work and work out. I'm still taking some time off squats and deadlift and replacing them with stuff that doesn't load my spine so I don't make it worse.

Anyway, right around 200lbs right now. Wasn't planning on going below 205lbs, but probably gonna have to get to 195lbs to lose this last tiny bit of lower belly fat. Been extremely strict with diet lately and doing an hour of fasted cardio before work three days a week and lifting weights three days a week. 18/6 intermittent fasting on cardio days and 12/12 lifting days. One cheat meal a week, although I went a couple without one recently.

Besides the minor injury and strength taking a huge hit with the weight loss it's going well. My 32" waist jeans are actually loose enough they bunch up a little with my belt. I figure I'll continue the diet for two or three more weeks, then go back to eating at maintenance and continue normal strength training around the first of the year.
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I've still been watching what I eat but have been lazy, I need to move more.
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post #708 of 719 (permalink) Old 12-19-2019, 06:31 PM
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7 more pounds to lose and I'll be reaching my desired weight!
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post #709 of 719 (permalink) Old 12-29-2019, 06:47 AM
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7 more pounds to lose and I'll be reaching my desired weight!
That's great, best of luck losing the last 7 pounds!


I definitely ate too much this holiday season. Time to get back on track.
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post #710 of 719 (permalink) Old 01-01-2020, 05:27 PM
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180.8 lbs. 2.6 lbs lost in December. Last two weeks were rough due to the holidays and food but still made some progress. Work is suppose to slow down so I'll start walking again. Goal for January is get down to 175 by the end of the month.
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Iíve lost around 20 pounds in 2 months working in a warehouse. Terrible job but I guess this was the boost I needed to jumpstart my health

Live life no matter what.. never quit you deserve better.
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Doing ok considering I usually double in size over chrimbo.


Been consistent for a while with Intermittant Fasting (now at 18/6 to 19/5), strength and interval training.


Tits ? What Tits lol

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That's great, best of luck losing the last 7 pounds!
I definitely ate too much this holiday season. Time to get back on track.

Thank you! How's "back on track" going so far?



My depression medication stabilizes my mood swings so it helps a lot with being consistent with life in general: especially diet and exercising.


I reached my desired goal weight a few days after my last post but have been very busy with work and hadn't had the time to report sooner. My next goal is to put on some meat as I look a little scrawny atm lol



Happy 2020 to you and everyone here btw!
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Thank you! How's "back on track" going so far?



My depression medication stabilizes my mood swings so it helps a lot with being consistent with life in general: especially diet and exercising.


I reached my desired goal weight a few days after my last post but have been very busy with work and hadn't had the time to report sooner. My next goal is to put on some meat as I look a little scrawny atm lol



Happy 2020 to you and everyone here btw!
You're welcome! It's been going so-so, I've been doing a little better with eating healthy but I still have to up my game.
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You're welcome! It's been going so-so, I've been doing a little better with eating healthy but I still have to up my game.
That's good to know, I also began my journey with diet just doing my best to avoid sugar & carbs. All the best to you!
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Iíve lost around 20 pounds in 2 months working in a warehouse. Terrible job but I guess this was the boost I needed to jumpstart my health

Awesome! I'm also working temporarily in a warehouse just shifting boxes, its great for my cardio and core strength. All the energy spent at work really revs up my carb cravings but all in all I'm burning more than I consume so I guess its fine!

Anyway, keep up the great work!
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That's good to know, I also began my journey with diet just doing my best to avoid sugar & carbs. All the best to you!
Thank you!
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I've begun tracking my food again on Weight Watchers. I've gained back a little bit since I stopped. I realized that it was one of the only things giving me a tiny bit of joy, losing weight. I was actually accomplishing something. First weigh in will be Sunday as usual.
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Motivation is bullsh*tÖ at least the general idea of motivation that tends to be sold nowadays.

You donít have to feel motivated to do something.

Itís overhyped, over-analyzed subject.

I was told something by my old manager whom at the age of 35 is quite successful, but it never seemed to resonate with me until now.

You donít feel your way into action. You act your way into feeling.
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