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Friday AM weight in

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5/1 158

5/12 157

5/23 155

6/01 154

6/07 152

6/14 151

6/20 149.5

6/27 148.5

 

Goal is 143 to 145 by the 3rd week of July. Not doing anything special to lose it, just cutting back a tad here and there. Switched from beer to wine.

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Hi JH, Rudy started it for himself quite some time ago but just posted the results in spray a bit ago.(Looks like Wills been doing it for a bit as well).

 

Thought this was a better, more permanent forum.

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5/1 158

5/12 157

5/23 155

6/01 154

6/07 152

6/14 151

6/20 149.5

6/27 148.5

7/18 144

 

Goal Achieved. Gotta keep it there until next weekend. Tweaked my diet to cut out my normal light lunch which shaved about 4-500calories . Very small bowl of cereal at 6:30am, promax bar at 10:00am, Clif bar at 1:00pm, small handful of gorp or crackers at 4:30.

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5/1 158

5/12 157

5/23 155

6/01 154

6/07 152

6/14 151

6/20 149.5

6/27 148.5

7/18 144

 

Goal Achieved. Gotta keep it there until next weekend.

 

whoa. were you chubby to begin with?

 

i've gone from about 184 to now 175 this morning and feeling strong. i'll probably lose another 5 to 10 with summer greens season upon us (i lose my taste for ice cream in the summer, thank god).

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Sexy, no I wouldn't say I was anything approaching chubby (I'm 5'9"), but I was heavier than I've ever been at 158. I first hit 150 after I turned 30 and had stayed around low to mid 140s since high school. In high school I was only 133 or so in the offseason and wrestled at 125 (which was hard to achieve). Last spring, living in the valley, I went from 150 down to 143 by mid July with no diet changes...then all the way up to 158 by late this winter.

 

 

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just seemed like a bit to lose, percentage wise. but then i think about rudy's weight losses, and a friend who went from a not fat 120 to a really lean 103, so i guess no big deal! (except for your climbing, i'm sure.)

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Below is a list of how each state ranks in adult obesity prevalence, along with the percentage of obese adults. The breakdown is based upon a Centers for Disease Control report.

 

1. Mississippi: 32%

2. Alabama: 30.3%

3. Tennessee: 30.1%

4. Louisiana: 29.8%

5. Arkansas: 28.7%

6. West Virginia: 29.5%

7. South Carolina: 28.4%

8. Georgia: 28.2%

9. Oklahoma and Texas: 28.1%

10. North Carolina: 28%

11. Michigan: 27.7%

12. Alaska, Missouri, and Ohio: 27.5%

13. Delaware and Kentucky: 27.4%

14. Pennsylvania: 27.1%

15. Iowa and Kansas: 26.9%

16. Indiana: 26.8%

17. North Dakota: 26.5%

18. South Dakota: 26.2%

19. Nebraska: 26%

20. Minnesota: 25.6%

21. Oregon: 25.5%

22. Arizona and Maryland: 25.4%

23. Washington: 25.3%

24. New York: 25%

25. Illinois: 24.9%

26. Maine: 24.8%

27. Wisconsin: 24.7%

28. Idaho: 24.5%

29. New Hampshire: 24.4%

30. Virginia: 24.3%

31. Nevada: 24.1%

32. New Mexico: 24%

33. Wyoming: 23.7%

34. New Jersey: 23.5%

35. California: 22.6%

36. Montana, Utah, and Washington, D.C.: 21.8%

37. Hawaii and Rhode Island: 21.4%

38. Massachusetts and Vermont: 21.3%

39. Connecticut: 21.2%

40. Colorado: 18.7%

 

 

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