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15 hours ago, Gateway Kid SASS# 70038 Life said:

Congratulations!

If anyone can follow through my money is on you 

Gateway

You have seen me in SOOOOO many sizes over the last 10 years.:huh:

This size is so not me!!!

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Congrats, keep up the good work! See you guys next month!

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On 8/13/2022 at 8:38 AM, Waxahachie Kid #17017 L said:

You're going to get so skinny, that you'll have to jump around in the shower to get wet!!!

 

 

 

 

Never!!!

18 minutes ago, DeaconKC said:

Congrats, keep up the good work! See you guys next month!

I can't wait to meet your bride!!!

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Man...the rollercoaster on this first 10lbs is hard!!!

But...gotta keep moving forward.

Traveling for 5 hours, and sitting in the camper all day (it was mighty hot) then 5 hours home did not help me!!

Next weekend is cabin time....planning on some walks!!!

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2 minutes ago, Singin' Sue 71615 said:

Never!!!

I can't wait to meet your bride!!!

Sadly, some family obligations came up and she won't be able to come! If anyone needs an extra ticket for the Saturday Night dinner, get hold of me.

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5 minutes ago, DeaconKC said:

Sadly, some family obligations came up and she won't be able to come! If anyone needs an extra ticket for the Saturday Night dinner, get hold of me.

Oh no....dang it!!!

Well, we will catch her next time!!!

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Got the scales this am (I weigh myself every am as soon as I get out of bed) down #60. It has taken me a little over a year, averaging a pound a week. Changed my diet, smaller portions and more walking. Still want to lose another 20, this will put me at my playing weight when I played football in college. 

 

Keep up the great work, little by little.

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Looks like I’m going to need to go down to a 32 waist in my Wranglers. 

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2 hours ago, Big Sage, SASS #49891 Life said:

Got the scales this am (I weigh myself every am as soon as I get out of bed) down #60. It has taken me a little over a year, averaging a pound a week. Changed my diet, smaller portions and more walking. Still want to lose another 20, this will put me at my playing weight when I played football in college. 

 

Keep up the great work, little by little.

Sage, thanks.

I know it will take a good year to loose my goal...

Just hate the yoyo!!@

Congrats!

2 hours ago, Utah Bob #35998 said:

Looks like I’m going to need to go down to a 32 waist in my Wranglers. 

Why? I think you look like you are porportioned just right!

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Somehow I have managed to sweat and worry myself from 255 to 237 this Summer.

If I could get back to 220 again…..the trick is staying there. Shooting for under 230 by my late September moose hunt.

 

Where does it all come from? 29 years ago at 18 I weighed 200-205.

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11 hours ago, Dirty Dan Dawkins said:

Somehow I have managed to sweat and worry myself from 255 to 237 this Summer.

If I could get back to 220 again…..the trick is staying there. Shooting for under 230 by my late September moose hunt.

 

Where does it all come from? 29 years ago at 18 I weighed 200-205.

Keep going!

It comes from our bodies saying "we don't need that anymore" (estrogine/progesterone)

We hurt, so we don't move like we used to.

We eat out more.

It just does.

Problem is we catch it all too late!:ph34r:

 

So...I sat more since Saturday...

My neck is stiff...so moving has been rough!

I ate bread!!! That is a nono for me, apparently.

I have not drank enough water...and you really can not catch up!!!

Lets get on track DD!!!

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23 hours ago, Waxahachie Kid #17017 L said:

My wife's cancer doctor told her she needs to drink 1/2 her weight, in ounces of water, each day.  

 

 

I sent her a birthday card one time that said: "A gentleman never asks a lady her age.

You open up the card and it says:

So...how much do you weigh? :lol:

You are so bad!!!!

Yup...seriously, If I make the 64oz of water daily, I tend to keep dropping.

Of course we all knOw WHY!!!

DOWN 1.6LBS...headed toward that first 10!!!

Am still going for 20lbs gone by September 25th!!!

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Ya' doing well Sue, loosing it slowly is the way to go..definitely a good feeling to see the body change & the endorphins love it !!

Regular exercise & good eating is the way to go  WITH' a little bit off the leash eating now n' again .

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14 minutes ago, Painted Mohawk SASS 77785 said:

Ya' doing well Sue, loosing it slowly is the way to go..definitely a good feeling to see the body change & the endorphins love it !!

Regular exercise & good eating is the way to go  WITH' a little bit off the leash eating now n' again .

Mohawk...I'm learning...if I really want to eat certain things...I have to give somewhere else...just eat smarter!!!

And MOVE!!! OIY!!!

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I wish you success... but you will eventually find that cheat days do you dirt.
Permanent weight loss requires a permanent change in diet.

I'm a labile diabetic and subject to huge glucose swings.
I had to walk away from 95% of carbohydrates to get my glucose under control.
All the pills and 100 units of insulin daily simply won't control it.

Keep a food diary and test results.
This will tell you what you can eat.
I can eat citrus, watermelon and cantaloupe with impunity.
No breads, no cookies, no flour, no wheat and no sugar.
No potatoes, no bananas, grapes or other "gushy" food.
Crunchy is good, gushy is bad.
Ice cream does me far less hurt than a potato, cake or cookies.

If I have a carb "cheat day" it takes many days to drain the glycogen from my liver and get back to lower blood glucose levels.
 

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It’s a Marathon not a sprint.

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