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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/02/18 16:11:37 (permalink)
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Agree with Cashman, try to make more time and extend your periods of exercise. If you went from doing 30 mins 6 days a week to doing 40, you're adding 1 hour! Then try to do 10 mins first thing every morning - another hour. Just with these two addittions you're nearly doubling your exercise! Walking is great, walk whenever you possibly can. Good journal so far n_n keep it up.
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/02/18 18:28:11 (permalink)
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thanks people for the tips. i do plan to do that - just that as i am beginning my knees are giving me a little pain but i reckon the difference between 30 and 40 mins is hardly a thing so tonight a 40 mins is cool and maybe 20 mins in the morning will be cool.
nutrition will follow soon.
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/02/18 19:08:52 (permalink)
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Have you been monitoring your losses?
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/02/18 19:12:32 (permalink)
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nutrition for today was ok. i tweaked a few things here and there as i was consuming too little and things appear to have settled down nicely. i consumed 1212.8 cals of carbs and 138.6 cals of fats which gave me a grand total of 1351.4. this in turn led to a calorific deficit for the day of 521.6 which i reckon is cool.
i will probably up the cycling to about an hour tonight while watching the england match to test the old limits. then i should follow this up with about half an hour tomorrow morning.
see you all again tomorrow.
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/02/19 11:11:36 (permalink)
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How much protein are you taking in NN? Remember that it is all calories bro. Some excellent advice from Cat-Kicker about how to easily increase your low intensity cardio work. If ankles/knees are hurting it could very well be down to the type of footwear you are using. A good pair of running shoes is a sound investment as is orthotic inserts (especially if you are heavy!). You can buy Orthaheel Sports (orthotic insoles) from www.boots.co.uk which would be ideal for someone in your situation.
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/03/02 08:38:03 (permalink)
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Whats happening bro???how you doin?
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/03/02 15:53:09 (permalink)
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What's the Latest NN? Keen to find out how you are getting on and how you are feeling about it all.
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/03/02 16:40:13 (permalink)
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Yeah! We want an update Damn-it
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/03/02 22:45:18 (permalink)
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sorry peeps, been away in manchester cos we had a bereavement in the family. aint been stickin to the plan too well during this time but resuming again from saturday when i can go and do some shopping. good to see cash progressing well though.
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/03/03 11:19:23 (permalink)
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Sorry to hear that Bro. I've always found that getting stuck into my training helps me when timesr are hard. Some good "me" time. Good luck with it mate.
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/03/03 23:51:28 (permalink)
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sorry about that man....good luck!
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/03/07 19:24:37 (permalink)
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ok peoples, begin again in earnest tomorrow with body fat measurements every sunday. looking to get down from 20 stones to 13.5 stones which equates to 91lbs by the end of july. looks possible and should be aided by suplementation.
see you again soon
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/03/07 19:28:36 (permalink)
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woah...good luck with that...im sure u can pull it off
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/03/17 09:17:14 (permalink)
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How's it going newb?
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/05/10 19:24:52 (permalink)
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hey everyone, been away for a six week family visit. back now and raring to go again. target weight is 210lb. i currently weigh 275lb so i am attempting to lose about 65lbs. incidentally during these six weeks away i appear to have dropped some nine lbs so i think i might have to go on these trips more often. works out at about 1'5lbs a week which is ok i suppose. what does everyone think about 65lbs in 8 weeks? i reckon thats doable, especially as i have re-found my enthusiasm for playing footy!!!!! how can u tell i'm a gooner - lol
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/05/11 19:53:48 (permalink)
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bro, when i say i weigh 275lbs, that means 275lbs round. doubt i have much muscle to begin with. the aim is just pure weight loss in time for my sisters weddings mid july. when i come back i will be re-starting the heavy lifting but will be doing some light training to tone up the muscles as i drop the weight. but thanks for the info bro - i could use more of it when i start puttin muscle on.
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/05/18 13:48:12 (permalink)
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man, this weekend i damaged my ankle so progress has been stopped for the time being. i will continue to eat correctly but the exercise may have to wait.
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/05/25 14:50:15 (permalink)
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ok, my ankle is feelin a bit better so the exercise begins again tomorrow. interesting to see that even with this injury, after over a week of low carb eating i now weigh in at 271lbs. however, my target for july 4th has been revised to 224lbs which i reckon is far more realistic. thats 46lbs to drop in 6 weeks. reckon thats more do-able. what do u reckon gecko?
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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/06/16 20:50:25 (permalink)
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ok lads, havent posted much but am now down to 267lbs. this low carb lark is pretty easy. having said that i dont reckon 224 will be reachable but will be trying to progress as well as i can

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RE: Newest_Newbies attempts to drop 100lbs by july 2004/06/23 21:31:06 (permalink)
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ok lads am currently tipping the scales at 263lbs which is another few lbs down from the last weigh in. Progress is going pretty much as i had hoped - i really should have been doing this months ago
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