A big bunch of losers (2009 version of Garfield Principal)

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A big bunch of losers (2009 version of Garfield Principal)

Postby Kalgrm » Thu Jan 01, 2009 4:13 pm

I've split the posts from 2009 into a new thread, marking the start of a new year.

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Original weight (kg): 86.7*
Today's Weight (kg): 86.7
Movement since November (+ or - kg): +2.4
Target Weight (kg): 75*


Okay, I have a new target weight now, and a date to reach it by: 01/03/09. I want to be at 75kg by that date. It's the weekend of the Karri Cup (a 100km MTB race). Realistically, I won't quite get there if I do it responsibly, since it involves losing just over a kilo a week - and I'm starting from a weight just a bit too high - but a bloke's got to have something to aim for.

And although my scales said 86.7kg this morning, I'm hoping a fair amount of the unexpected extra I carried onto the scales today was just water. My weight over the last few weeks has stayed steady on 85kg, even up until yesterday morning. The 1.6kg gained in a day is not likely to be permanent.

Cheers,
Graeme

(Can you guess what my New Year's Resolution is? :))


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Postby gdl_gdl » Fri Jan 02, 2009 9:34 pm

Okay, I have a new target weight now, and a date to reach it by: 01/03/09. I want to be at 75kg by that date.

The latest edition of Bicycling Australia has a training / nutrition plan to lose 5kg in 4 weeks.

Cheers,

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Postby Aushiker » Sun Jan 04, 2009 7:44 pm

gdl_gdl wrote:The latest edition of Bicycling Australia has a training / nutrition plan to lose 5kg in 4 weeks.


Saw that. If you are planning to follow it, I for one will be interested in your experience in four week's time.

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Postby gdl_gdl » Sun Jan 04, 2009 8:44 pm

Saw that. If you are planning to follow it, I for one will be interested in your experience in four week's time.

I won't be following it as I don't have 5kg to lose! :wink: (It feels great saying that after getting my weight down from 77kg to 70kg over the last couple of years!) However I do still need to work on my gut!

I'm adopting the ride longer and further diet - although I do have overseas trips in late Jan and late Feb which will muck up my schedule!

Cheers,

Gary

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Postby Kalgrm » Sun Jan 04, 2009 10:49 pm

gdl_gdl wrote:The latest edition of Bicycling Australia has a training / nutrition plan to lose 5kg in 4 weeks.

Cheers,

Gary

Nah, I have my own - tried and proven - method for shedding the kilos. So far, so good: I'm down 1.5kg in four days, but the first two weeks always sees apparently phenomenal results when you eat properly. :roll: (I replace empty kilojoules from starches and fats with fruit and vegies.)

More importantly, I feel strongly motivated and have no desire to eat the crap which I know makes me gain weight. When I feel like this, I know I'll succeed. It's the same mind-set I had when I dropped from 104kg to 76kg four years ago. Wanting to ride the Karri Cup is giving me the impetus.

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Postby martinjs » Mon Jan 05, 2009 9:24 am

Week 1

I was entering last year but am starting fresh this year as I gained a bit of weight over Christmas, 3 kilograms to be exact. :oops: :oops:

Here we go Starting Weight.95 kilos
goal for this year is to get down to either 88 or 89 kilos.

Not recording BJ k's here yet as it's still all over the place.

K's ridden last week. (3 days only) 128k's
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Postby okitoki » Mon Jan 05, 2009 11:47 am

Okitoki: Week 1

Well, since I have just started riding, and its the new year too... so I guess it would be good to keep a record of my progress as well.

Weighted myself 2 weeks ago, and was at 117kg...

rode around 95km last week, and made some slight changes to my diet...
except for the fish and chips I had at friend's place, and the few beers to wash it down :oops:

Today's Weight (kg): 113kg
Movement from last week (+ or - kg): NA

Original Weight (kg): 113kg
Movement from Original Weight: 0kg

Target Weight (kg): 85kg
Target Weight to go : 28kg

Waist Measurement (cm): 107cm
Waist Measurement movement (cm): NA

Original Waist Measurement (cm): 107cm
Total Waist Measurement movement (cm): 0cm

heres to a good new year to all :D
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Postby Kalgrm » Mon Jan 05, 2009 12:15 pm

Original weight (kg): 86.7
Today's Weight (kg): 85.2
Movement since 01/01/09 (+ or - kg): -1.5
Target Weight (kg): 75
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Postby rockgod » Mon Jan 05, 2009 7:45 pm

Original weight (kg): 73.6
Today's Weight (kg): 73.6
Movement since 01/01/09 (+ or - kg): n/a
Target Weight (kg): 73kg

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Postby Pax » Mon Jan 05, 2009 8:02 pm

Weight Today 81kg
Target Weight 72kg

The (personal) challenge is on!

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Postby Kalgrm » Mon Jan 05, 2009 8:04 pm

rockgod wrote:Original weight (kg): 73.6
Today's Weight (kg): 73.6
Movement since 01/01/09 (+ or - kg): n/a
Target Weight (kg): 73kg

:shock: You want to lose 600g? Forget to take a drink bottle on a ride. ;)

I reckon you'll reach your target first - I reckon sometime later this week. :)

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Postby rockgod » Mon Jan 05, 2009 8:24 pm

Kalgrm wrote:I reckon you'll reach your target first - I reckon sometime later this week. :)


Well my weight varies between 71 - 73kgs..

According to my wife a healthy weight would be 75 - 80kgs...

Main goal is to maintain my wieght.. Which is hard when you sit on your bum all day!!

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Postby Mulger bill » Tue Jan 06, 2009 1:56 am

New year, fresh start.

2009 week 1

Weight: 82.3

Last week: N/A

Change: N/A

Target 75-77
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Postby jayjones1 » Fri Jan 09, 2009 2:43 pm

new years res im 95 i want to be 85 in 3 months

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Postby Chuck » Sat Jan 10, 2009 3:20 pm

jayjones1 wrote:new years res im 95 i want to be 85 in 3 months


Hello jayjones, welcome. Never seen a "guest" on here before :? are you related to a ceejones :wink:
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Postby mikesbytes » Sat Jan 10, 2009 8:10 pm

Target weight 84kg

Current weight NFI, but less than 84kg

Target gain per week 100gms

Will weigh myself on Monday
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Postby Pax » Sat Jan 10, 2009 10:51 pm

LOL...Unwell this week so while I didn't do so well in the "Fit gits on bikes" thread, it has helped me in this thread...Weight at the start of the week 81kgt, weight today 79kg :) . Target 72kg.

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Postby martinjs » Mon Jan 12, 2009 9:43 am

Week 2 of 2009

After the first full week of 2009 I'm officially back on track

Starting Weight 2009 95 kilos
Weight this week 94 Kilos (gain/loss) -1 kilo
Total weight lost this year. 1 kilo

goal for this year is to get down to either 88 or 89 kilos.

K's ridden last week. (3 days only) 256k's
BJ Club ranking 5th about the same as last year but all the names above me are new :shock:

Not looking at world rankings yet because there just not right. :)

Lots of K's done this week but food intake still needs work, better than over Christmas but still to much junk. :oops:
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Postby Aushiker » Mon Jan 12, 2009 11:27 am

martinjs wrote:Week 2 of 2009
BJ Club ranking 5th about the same as last year but all the names above me are new :shock:

I know what you mean. Hard to guess as to the future.

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Postby okitoki » Mon Jan 12, 2009 2:13 pm

Okitoki: Week 2

Today's Weight (kg): 113kg
Movement from last week (+ or - kg): 0kg

Original Weight (kg): 113kg
Movement from Original Weight: 0kg

Target Weight (kg): 85kg
Target Weight to go : 28kg

Waist Measurement (cm): 113cm
Waist Measurement movement (cm): +6cm
(Measured wrongly last time.... :oops: )

Original Waist Measurement (cm): 107cm
Total Waist Measurement movement (cm): +6cm


Distance Cycled : 64km :( busy with work's end of year reporting :(

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Postby mikesbytes » Mon Jan 12, 2009 2:29 pm

mikesbytes wrote:Target weight 84kg

Current weight NFI, but less than 84kg

Target gain per week 100gms

Will weigh myself on Monday


Current weight 81.5kg. Seem to have lost 0.5kg over the festive season :shock:
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Postby Kalgrm » Mon Jan 12, 2009 5:52 pm

Original weight (kg): 86.7
Today's Weight (kg): 83.8
Movement since last week (+ or - kg): -1.4
Target Weight (kg): 75
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Postby rockgod » Mon Jan 12, 2009 6:54 pm

Original weight (kg): 73.6
Today's Weight (kg): 72.8
Movement since 01/01/09 (+ or - kg): -0.8kg
Target Weight (kg): 73-75kg
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Postby Burt 'Pigeon Racer' Jones » Mon Jan 12, 2009 8:12 pm

Kalgrm wrote:
rockgod wrote:Original weight (kg): 73.6
Today's Weight (kg): 73.6
Movement since 01/01/09 (+ or - kg): n/a
Target Weight (kg): 73kg

:shock: You want to lose 600g? Forget to take a drink bottle on a ride. ;)

I reckon you'll reach your target first - I reckon sometime later this week. :)

Cheers,
Graeme


You'll be shocked to hear how many people will pay twice as much for a bike part, against a comparable product, if it will save them 20 grams of weight.

Burt: "Hi, can I help you there?"

Customer: "Yes, I'm after a carbon bottle cage for my bike"

Burt: "OK, I've got several types over here, and they start at $74.95 rrp"

Customer: "Ok. What's this one worth?" Customer picks out a cage.

Burt: "That one rrp's for $169.95."

Customer: "What's the difference between that and the cheap one?"

Burt: "They're different shapes, and the more expensive one is 20 grams lighter."

Customer: "Ok. I'll take the one for $169.95 thanks."

Burt: "No prob's. Cash or card?"

Customer: "Card thanks."

As they leave I make sure to mention not to drink too much on the weekend.

They NEVER get the joke!

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Postby Kalgrm » Mon Jan 12, 2009 8:18 pm

rockgod wrote:Original weight (kg): 73.6
Today's Weight (kg): 72.8
Movement since 01/01/09 (+ or - kg): -0.8kg
Target Weight (kg): 73-75kg

And we have a winner! Reached (beyond) his target weight in less than a fortnight. :D
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