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Thread: HVAC-TALK: Biggest Loser!!

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    Good morning 202.0. What I have been noticing is that I lose around 2 pounds while I am sleeping.

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    IMO... works for me... If I eat the evening meal as close to 5-6 PM (local time)... eat only protein and salad (small portions)...
    And do NOT eat anything else until the morning... I generally loose some overnite...

    Best to pick a time of ones 24 hour cycle and always weigh oneself at that time...
    For me, it is when I first get up in the morning... before eating/drinking anything.

    I lost ground yesterday... this morning was up 1 #...
    OTOH... spent the day at my desk doing paperwork... it was raining all day.

    Today will include some outside stuff... exercise... hope I can get back on track!!!
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    Choose your contractor wisely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adlerberts-Protege View Post
    Good morning 202.0. What I have been noticing is that I lose around 2 pounds while I am sleeping.
    You are evaporating in your sleep. Sleep all day. Easy Button!

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    Stumbled across this one a bit ago. Drew Carey's first appearance on the Tonight show with Johnny Carson. Start at 4:25 for the bit about the food:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6Bt-q_pRh8
    I do a triple evac with nitro to remove non condensables.

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    201.0 this morning....eating some raisin bran crunch.

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    Good news. Bad news.
    Good news 231 so down almost 20 lbs
    Bad news found out my bathroom scale is way off on the light side
    “If You Can Dodge A Wrench You Can Dodge A Ball”

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    Wife made this taco casserole she got off of Facebook. Holy hell, I put on some weight today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adlerberts-Protege View Post
    Wife made this taco casserole she got off of Facebook. Holy hell, I put on some weight today.
    Yeah, Sunday seems to be regression day...

    I lost (gained) ground also...

    Need to get busy again... now that GA (state) is officially open again, maybe folks will quit with the paranoia and do their spring check...
    Bought a pallet of 410 for a really cheap price back at the end of January... was wondering in early April if this was gonna be a 'long term investment'...
    GA-HVAC-Tech

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    Choose your contractor wisely!

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    Broke thru minus twenty plus minus one half.

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    I had slowly gained from my last post to 215.5 but down a pound this AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BNME8EZ View Post
    I had slowly gained from my last post to 215.5 but down a pound this AM.
    Does that mean you can finally squeeze into your skinny jeans?
    Officially, Down for the count

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    Does that mean you can finally squeeze into your skinny jeans?
    Not even close. I have a pair of jeans that are 35/34, my normal size is 36/34. When I get down to 208 or below I can get into those jeans, until then, not point in trying.

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    Hold up. what...
    Where do you get odd size jeans?

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    What do you mean odd size. 35 waist/34 length, 36 waist/34 length. Levis 517 or 527. I forget which now, bootcut.

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    Even numbers
    Odd numbers

    I didn't know you could get odd number waist sizes.

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    38s give me pants on the ground. 36 are a no go for now.

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    Looked at the Levi's website
    Looks only a few 33s depending on style didn't see any 35s and sizing chart is only even numbers over 35

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    Is this thread helping you guys lose weight? Just wondering what works because my brother has had trouble controlling his weight all his life.
    Years back I saw a lady that was morbidly obese coming out of an ice cream store with a diet coke and a triple decker cone. I instantly thought how ridiculous but quickly realized the reason I saw her was I was getting ice cream myself. I probably would have done the same thing if I had a weight problem.
    Best of luck to all of you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    Looked at the Levi's website
    Looks only a few 33s depending on style didn't see any 35s and sizing chart is only even numbers over 35
    Can't tell you, these pants are several years old so maybe that's why. The other thing is I use to be able to go into a store and buy 3 pair of jeans, take them home, try them on and they were all the same. Now I have to try on every pair before I buy them. The last time I bought jeans I tried on 6 all the same size before I found 2 that fit. One pair was so big standing on my tip toes they still drug on the floor while I was holding them up. If I let go they would fall off. They had to be like a 40/40 in actual size but the tag said 36/34.

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