Yagan wrote:Congrats redbull. That is an amazing effort.
+1 ... I remember when you first started on here .
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Redbull wrote:Not that unhappy since I had two weeks of the bike and basically consumed a large variety of members of the animal kingdom in China and Taiwan.
Happy to be in double digits - just!! Can't remember the last time, maybe in high school.
iMad wrote:Keep up the good work but remember, your target weight when achieved will mean nothing IF YOU DON'T MONITOR YOUR WEIGHT AND KEEP IT OFF. FOREVER.
KonaCommuter wrote:This is why I’m happy with my progress. I’m not “dieting” I’m eating clean (almost Vegan), I’m eating yum and I’m not going without. I’m not “exercising” I’m commuting to work via a bike and the non-commute rides I do are genuinely enjoyable. Compare this with my workmate. He’s lost more weight in less time however he hate’s going to the gym and he hates his diet. I’m not saying I’m better than him, however I think that my progress is sustainable over the long term.
toolonglegs wrote:I hit 93 kgs this morning ... thats 10 kgs off in the last 3 months .
I was 92.5 two years ago before I hurt my back, so nearly back there... but aiming to go a lot lower.Haven't been under 90 since around 2000, so that is the next goal. Then only 5kgs to go till I hit 85 .
...and even better in my wife's opinion is that the 6pack is starting to show .
Comedian wrote:Thought I might chip in for something different.
Goal: 85-87. (2010)
Goal: 83-85. (2011 revision.)
Goal: 76-80. (2011 revision2.)
01/04/10 107.5 kg
02/01/11 87.8 kg
01/06/11 79.0 kg
31/12/11 76.5 kg
19/06/12 75.3 kg
No change for me... I'm on goal and that's where I'm sticking. Most of this year I've been ranging through 75/76.
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