ngsilver wrote:You seem to be doing quite well with what you're doing.
For me the big thing is diet. Not exactly dieting, but messing with my diet. Eating regular meals (I eat 2 moderately sized meals a day and rarely snack in-between), portion control, and cutting down on grain while increasing protein/fat (I LOVE pasta and Pizza, so I add more meat to each of these to offset the carbs.) Also part of my deal was cutting out stress and eating out less and making my own meals, even for lunch, more regularly. All in all, since I started thing last year I've dropped from 320 to 275 on diet alone. I had set a goal at the beginning of the year to be down to my college weight of 225~250 (I started college at 250 and dropped to 225 my freshman year due to biking 12 miles a day going to and from campus) by starting exercise but an injury bowling and surgery on my leg had put a stop to that. However, I got a Y membership that begins in August and plan to start swimming again due to being low impact and something I love doing (I used to be on a swim team for our local Y back in the day) so maybe I'll hit that magic number by the time I head to Florida for my xmas vacation. Either way, the upside of everything so far for me is I've dropped down a few sizes and need to make new holes in my belts.
Gene Starwind 21122 wrote:Wow that's really great ngsilver. Only if I could convience one of my friends it's not impossible to drop weight like that. He complains about it and doesn't do anything. He says he tries for a month and does not get anywhere. I told him he has to stick with it.
hasteroth wrote:I've dropped from 206lbs to 172lbs in a few months, I may as well buy a new belt as I've already put 6 new holes in this one...
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