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Post  David on Tue Mar 03, 2009 6:47 pm

Well broke the 10 pound mark went faster then expected so I guess the first 10 are the easiest just like everyone says. Now comes the hard part but I am ready for it. I started a second job last night (I work grave 10pm-6:30am) So I'll be pretty active on top of my fitness routine, I contract out janitorial services but with the economy in the shape it is I was cut back to 2 days a week so I had to take on a second job.

I can actually wrap a bath towel around my stomach again without having to hold it in place. small things in life make me happy!.
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Post  Oceanrun on Tue Mar 03, 2009 8:09 pm

You've got the right idea doing it for the long run, way to go!
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Post  David on Wed Mar 18, 2009 11:34 am

Well 2 weeks now with the new job I haven't been working out much but my job is somewhat physical, I put a pedometer on the other day and hit 13,000 steps just from 8 hours of work. When I get use to my new hours I'll figure out a good time to get some cardio in with the Wii. But right now I am on my goal of 2 pounds a week with just watching my calories - I am still trying to stay around 1800 calories a day and it is very easy for me to do.

Don't laugh but I can now bend over while sitting and tie my own shoes, it's the simple things that make me feel good. I am able to wear an XL shirt again, Goodbye XXL forever.
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Post  FitMonkey on Thu Mar 19, 2009 10:56 pm

David wrote:
Don't laugh but I can now bend over while sitting and tie my own shoes, it's the simple things that make me feel good. I am able to wear an XL shirt again, Goodbye XXL forever.

These simple things are the best motivation to continue what we've been doing! cheers
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Post  David on Thu Apr 09, 2009 5:13 pm

Well hit the 20 pound mark........ cheers

Still on my 1600 Calorie diet but I may be going over more then I should but not by much. I need to tighten down and stay focused. the Wii is getting dusty as well, I keep making excuses not to get on, but damn working from 10pm to 6am is really putting a strain on me and I am just so tired during the day to workout. I really need to find a routine I can live with.

I am still really happy about keeping on my track of 2 pounds a week (there abouts) My job is fairly active so I probably get more exercise from doing 8 hours of that then 30 minutes of Wii anyways. It's all new to me I'll learn as I go I just hope I can stay on track and keep progressing to my goal.
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Post  David on Fri Apr 24, 2009 2:41 pm

Yea!!! goodbye 230's and hello 2teens! I am after for you next.
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Post  David on Fri Apr 24, 2009 2:43 pm

"after for you next" I think I am loosing brain cells along with the fat. Shocked
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