Saying GOODBYE to 100lbs or more!!!

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  • Yeager

    2 weeks ago


    265 lbs.



    90 lbs released



    New BMI number as well: 35



    10 more to go to the Century mark. Yeah!



    CU@Healthy!



    Rick

  • Yeager

    2 weeks ago


    266 lbs.



    11 lbs more to go to hit the Century mark.



    Getting there. Lots of exercise yesterday.



    CU@Healthy!



    Rick

  • Maddogcupcake

    2 weeks ago

    You are seriously killing it!

  • Yeager

    2 weeks ago


    267 lbs.



    Undiscovered country.



    If you need inspiration to keep going, here it is. I just made the lowest weight I made on my 100 day Reboot. Guess what? From here on in, it is the Undiscovered country. Every pound from here on in is a new area for me. Size 42 pants, here I come. For those keeping score at home, I am 12 lbs away from the Century mark of weight loss. The Gauntlet is down, will you pick up the Challenge? (BIG SMILE)



    CU@Healthy!



    Rick

  • Yeager

    2 weeks ago


    Got to 269. That puts me 2 lbs away from the lowest I was at the end of the 100 day Reboot in 2015. 19 more days and 19 more pounds to get to 250. So close and yet, it is there...waiting for me. BSA Physical this week. Jambomed will still have some heartburn over my weight. Sale vie, sale gar. Keep up the great work ya'll.



    SDHandler, how are you doing ?



    CU@Healthy!



    Rick

  • Leatherfeet

    2 weeks ago

    Good for you Rick keep it up!

  • Leatherfeet

    2 weeks ago


    hi, still juicing on, no complaints, life is glorious. Thanks everyone for your support.

  • Maddogcupcake

    2 weeks ago


    RM - Thanks for posting about the sodium! I always learn from you. It wasn't until I started my fast that I realized how much water I had been retaining - for years and years. Suddenly, I could see my ankle bones.

  • Maddogcupcake

    2 weeks ago


    Leatherfeet - your words are so true. If you hang around with 9 alcoholics, chances are you'll be the 10th alcoholic. You can beat it, but wow, does it take discipline. I have been out to eat with others while I was on my fast maybe 40 times (over 90 days). On my fast, I didn't eat anything at all at these restaurants, just had tea. In a way, this was easier than eating a salad while others had pizza, because I just couldn't eat anything. I mean, I was angry and self-pitying, but I wasn't tempted to cheat. Now that I'm off my fast, it's much harder.



    I've been out to dinner a handful of times since I came off my fast. Mostly I've been successful with this strategy: I make sure we're going someplace I can get something that's on my "diet" AND will be satisfying to me. My brother loves sushi, so we go there and I get the ginger salad and a cup of miso soup. If they want to go to the steakhouse where I would have to get a garden salad, I advocate for a change in venue or I say "No, thanks, see you next time." I know I will have a miserable time in that scenario, so I avoid it for now. My spouse developed food allergies many years ago and always orders / eats accordingly, and says that what works is shifting your attention away from the indulgent food aspect to the experience of being out on the town and together with others. Just completely changing your expectations about meal time being indulgent.



    I'm not there yet. The last time we went to dinner, I got my ginger salad and miso soup. And I thought, I'm 10 days into coming off my fast, I can have a shrimp. Then I slipped. That one shrimp turned into 5 shrimp, 3 bites of noodles, some chocolate, etc. As Sick n' Tired says, I went to "the fun side of town." Well, I spent the next day in the fun side of town's bathroom having one of the worst experiences I have ever had. For the last two days, I was not able to eat anything at all but a single juice. I was so angry with myself. Well, this Friday and Saturday I will be faced with it yet again. Friday, I pushed for a tapas restaurant where I have already picked out a salad & vegetable I will order, and I will absolutely IGNORE everything else on the table. Saturday, it will be a raw food restaurant. Saturday is my birthday, and that is what I chose for myself. Compare to last year's pizza and cake/ice cream. Progress.



    I'm reminded, true change is a decision that is made over and over again, maybe forever. As I've learned before, I can't just decide to forgive someone and wipe all that history away, I have to forgive them over and over again in my mind. And I can't just decide to change my lifestyle one time, I have to decide it over and over again. Sometimes it's easy, sometimes it's so darn hard.




  • Leatherfeet

    3 weeks ago


    hello, this is the 5th day. First day I feel in the zone, went for a long bike ride, it was glorious. Feel beautiful. Watched fsnd for inspiration. Thanks for your words of encouragement!

  • Maddogcupcake

    2 weeks ago

    Keep it up, Leatherfeet!

  • SDhandler

    3 weeks ago


    (Day 4 of 10 day Challenge) Good day folks.



    ~Yeager, Right on! 271. I be right back up to you soon.lol Give me a few weeks,



    ~Leatherfeet, WELCOME. Cant wait to see your success! Oh yes everyone that sticks here has great success! Trick is sticking still.



    ~myself



    I have been back into 4.5 mile walks for last couple days. Finally stretching is working. Very very sore after stretching, but the benefit is I can do some lite jogging for a few spirts as I walk the 4.5. That is a great improvement than the first time I waddled back in January.



    mind as finally stopped craving and I can settle into simply eating when I am suppose to of Veggies and fruit blends.



    Very sore, but better to be sore from healthy living than sore from unfit lifestyle.

  • Yeager

    3 weeks ago


    Day 31 of Phase 3



    271 lbs



    Halfway



    Over the halfway point of this Phase. My journey continues. It is really great seeing a new BMI number. 4 pounds away from my lowest of 267 in 2015.



    CU@Healthy!



    Rick

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