Old Mossy Horns
After seven months the scales read 189 this morning, that's down from 222 on Jan 1. It hasn't been easy but it sure feels good. Four more pounds before the 24th of next month and I'll be at my 18th birthday weight on my 75th.
Really pretty simple, just exercise for at least an hour five days a week. Combination of weights and treadmill, plus I've been doing a lot of home projects so getting lots of exercise. Low carb, high protein diet with a 2000 calorie per limit. My weakness has always been bread, chips, bagels, peanuts, not the sugar stuff so I limit myself to one piece of bread a week and totally cut out the others.Thats awesome, congrats! Whats your formula?
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That's pretty much would have to happen to me - get sick. I was 6'4" and 156 pounds at age 18. I'm at 259 pounds which is down 20 pounds since I started teleworking in March and hope to reach 195 pounds some day.Same for me ... unless I get sick. I was right around 160 lbs. Now I'm right around 200 and could stand to lose MAYBE 5-10 lbs of fat.
Congrats, that’s awesome at your age. Your lord above will bless you for your sacrifices. And your joints will too!!!!!After seven months the scales read 189 this morning, that's down from 222 on Jan 1. It hasn't been easy but it sure feels good. Four more pounds before the 24th of next month and I'll be at my 18th birthday weight on my 75th.
Regular or diet mt dew/softdrinks?Nice!! I don’t bother with weighing, but I quit the Mt Dew 2 months ago. I haven’t made any other changes, just trying to drink more water and no soda.
Still have a sweet tea most days. I’m back in pants I haven’t worn in 2 years. Some of that is cutting out the way to many soft drinks per day, the rest is the normal 10-15 I lose every summer.
I won’t hit my HS grad weight of 180 on purpose