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The Biggest LOOSER -- running weight loss thread

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by The Big Ragu, Mar 18, 2010.

  1. OscarMadison

    OscarMadison Well-Known Member

    Congrats, Killick! WLS is a big commitment with nutritional heavy lifting that never goes away.
     
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  2. Killick

    Killick Well-Known Member

    Thanks! Good news today, too. After not being particularly good over the holidays, I weighed in 14 pounds lighter than last month.

    That’s a fucking morale boost!

    Now more than 200 pounds off my heaviest, from September 2018.
     
  3. Killick

    Killick Well-Known Member

    ... and according to a different doctor’s scale today, I’ve lost 16. I like that scale better!
     
  4. Killick

    Killick Well-Known Member

    ... another 10 over the past two weeks. But, damn, I’ve a long way to go.
     
  5. Neutral Corner

    Neutral Corner Well-Known Member

    That's ok. You're doing the things that have you moving in the right direction. You'll gain a little once in a while, or plateau - but as long as the trend line continues to be down, you're doing great.
     
  6. DanOregon

    DanOregon Well-Known Member

    I'm down a pound since this thing hit - which I consider a minor victory. Probably working out harder when I do get out (pretty much every day, feels like your prison yard break) - but it's tough not having a gym and pretty much just bicycling and power walking through a course I've put together around town, with some steps on various bleachers and stairways, push up "stations", lunges, planks and stretching areas. My main goal is elevating my heart rate for more than 40 minutes, and I usually time it out to whatever podcast I'm listening to. Parking garages are great between the steps and the ramps. Keeping a semi-regular schedule helps.
     
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