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Thread: this summer & weigth loss
08-20-2010, 09:38 AM #14
Geez, Scott, Liz will just slip you under the door when you get to Long Island. . Looking forward to a great weekend. We are driving down thru Connecticut and take the Ferry across the sound.
I lost 25lbs since March. But I was trying to loss. I LOVES ME BEERS.ESSAYONS
08-20-2010, 10:17 AM #15
Here in Delaware, we've had a record 100+ degree-days!
Every Summer I lose 15 lbs. and put it back on in Winter.
Been consistently: 181/196 since I was 17 [I'm now 55]
This year has been a scorcher !!!!!
08-20-2010, 10:33 AM #16Professional Member*
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I lost 25# this year, it has been a warmer than usual summer here in HOTlanta.
In past years, I lost and gained it back in the fall/winter... this year will be different... (yeah, we all say that). My diet is similar to a few posters above; less fast food, less sugars/sweets, more veggies and fruits. I tend to eat light in the evening, this seems to help.
The reason I think this year will be different is I am not as hungry as I used to be... I seem to eat enough to sustain my energy needs, yet not eat until I am (over) full. I sense my body is 'getting used to' the lower weight, and I really do not want to 'eat too much' (like going to a Golden Corral).
If I can keep off most of the 25# this year, then another 25 next year will get me down to around 190-195, which is where I want to be. Doc says 175-180, but my body is just too chunky (big boned) for that.
One thing for sure; I feel a lot better without the weight. And my back does not hurt as much as it used to. I seem to have more energy to do things around the house without the weight.GA-HVAC-Tech
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