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    Originally posted by Tim@Jan 18 2010, 01:33 PM
    I'm back in the Gym tonight so long as they let me back :lol:

    Some light weights to ease back into it and then sprints.

    Plan is:

    Monday - Weights + Sprints
    Tuesday - Cardio
    Wednesday - Weights + Sprints
    Thursday - Cardio
    Friday - Weights + Sprints
    Saturday - Cardio
    Sunday - Cardio

    My cardio will consist of either running or cycling. I also have trials for a local American Football team at the end of the month :thumb:
    Err, I'd advise rest periods. Seriously. When I used to train *hard* as I was competing, we werent allowed more than 4 days training a week, with a day of rest inbetween each day. Most weeks we would have 3 days training, 3 days rest inbetween and then a half day of physio... I wouldnt do 7 days a week of relatively hard exercise, you'll never allow your body time to repair/build itself back up.


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    Bought a pair of Valentino jeans today like said article but lighter:



    But, 1 size to small. The aim is to get into them by the end of Spring. Lost 1 pound so far by eating more salad. Yay.
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    Originally posted by mini-madness@Jan 19 2010, 06:54 PM
    Bought a pair of Valentino jeans today like said article but lighter:



    But, 1 size to small. The aim is to get into them by the end of Spring. Lost 1 pound so far by eating more salad. Yay.
    £175 !!!!! :o :o

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    My lovely wife has given me the norovirus, feel terrible but have lost 1.5kg since my last weigh in on the 15th :thumb:

    this is not a fun way of loosing weight, but on the plus side my lunch time game of squash (torture) was cancelled. That's the spirit!!

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    Originally posted by Rob Browne@Jan 19 2010, 09:20 PM
    My lovely wife has given me the norovirus, feel terrible but have lost 1.5kg since my last weigh in on the 15th :thumb:

    this is not a fun way of loosing weight, but on the plus side my lunch time game of squash (torture) was cancelled. That's the spirit!!
    Any chance you could email me it :D
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    as I said before low carb diet!

    we have a diet in germany its called `schlank im Schlaf´ wich means `slim while sleeping´ sounds strange, but its more about the eating...
    never found it for england, strange... think they call it `Pape diet´

    I have some friends, just by changing theire eating habits loosing kilos kilos and kilos. 3 of them lost more than 20 kilos last year and one even 29!!!

    you eat JUST carbohydrate in the morning (bred, marmelade, schokolate ;) all this...

    than 5 hours break... just drinks, but not sweetned

    lunch you can eat what you want, maybe not to fatty, but still what you want also dessert.

    again 5 hours break....

    and in the night just proteins... meet, fish, salad (or better NO carbohydrates)
    thats the most important, since the carbohydrates in the night fill up your fatdepots.

    simple as f.... :thumb:

    give it a try at least like I do it after 1400h now carbohydrates.


    by the way, this is no advertise :P
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    Weighed in today at 106kg.

    Sticking religously to the healthy diet. Exercising 4 times per week for at least 30 mins.

    Lovely.

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    I ran 26 miles last week, over the week :thumb:

    No fecking clue what I weigh :laugh:
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    Just under 12 miles with Cameron today. Still weigh around the same as I did when I started, but i'm getting fitter :thumb:
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    Entered for a run with the people I work in today, need to put more effort in!

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    Now at a 'solid' 106kg - i.e. Evening weight.

    Hopefully will be 105kg by end of the weekend if it goes to plan.

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    No weight update, but have been exercising as planned. :thumb:
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    94.4kg's last night. Coming down slowly ........
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    I weigh 105kg.

    Pleased with this.

    I actually weighed 104kg when I got home from work. Then had dinner and cup of tea!

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    Height 1.89m
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    5Kg gone. Was hoping for more, but misbehaved a few times :nono:

    Ian...

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    I have successfully dropped my xmas poundage, sat at 81 again, sick of eating fecking rice, chicken and ryvitas with cottage cheese though LOL
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    Originally posted by Ian Hall@Jan 28 2010, 09:44 PM
    28/01/2010

    Height 1.89m
    Weight 189.95Kg

    5Kg gone. Was hoping for more, but misbehaved a few times :nono:

    Ian...
    You must be a big lad at 189.95kgs !
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    One kg per cm.

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    i am

    5' 10"
    weight 16 stone 11 lbs


    Sorry don't know the kg

    I am very embarrassed at being so overweight 10 years of no exercise & drinking, I should be 12 stone according to the doctors.

    I have lost a few pound since cutting back on wine this year, hopefully can get down to 15 stone one day.
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    Eat better and exercise.

    It's simple.

    Keeping the motivation to keep the exercise up, and the commitment to keep eating well...........those are the tough parts.

    If you do that, then it doesn't take long.

    I've lost 1.5 stone in a month doing this.

    For example I normally make lunch these days, but on Fridays I often go to Pret.

    I used to buy a normal sized sandwich, a soup and a couple of bits of fruit.

    Now I've been buying a single sandwich (i.e. Pret Slim = One slice of bread), and three pieces of fruit.

    Evening meals, cooking out of a healthy cookbook and eating appropriate portions.

    It's easily done if you stick to it.

    Oh, and cut out the beers!

    I've had five glasses of red wine since new year...........

    It's a bit of a snoreathon, and gets annoying at times not just eating a whole chocolate orange (!) but it pays off.

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    Originally posted by mr rooney+Jan 28 2010, 09:48 PM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (mr rooney &#064; Jan 28 2010, 09:48 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin-Ian Hall@Jan 28 2010, 09:44 PM
    28/01/2010

    Height 1.89m
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    5Kg gone. Was hoping for more, but misbehaved a few times :nono:

    Ian...
    You must be a big lad at 189.95kgs &#33;[/b][/quote]
    Why thank you&#33; ;)

    But yeah the phrase "Big Boned" was made for me :P

    Ian...

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    Oh bugger, currently eating a cadbury chocolate pud.

    Weight: ginormous
    Boyfriends: 0

    Hmmm... Wonder why? :fish:
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    Been good on the food again today, turned down a cake, didn&#39;t have the normal Friday bacon sarny. However I did have a small pizza in Pizza Hut just now :shame: I went for a run after though ;)
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    Dave, that&#39;s a really good effort :thumb:
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    Originally posted by Jim Cameron@Jan 29 2010, 08:02 PM
    Dave, that&#39;s a really good effort :thumb:
    Cheers Jim&#33;

    Thanks for noticing&#33; :thumb:

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    94.1 last night - still coming down :thumb:
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    "Anotherone bites the dust" - 1 more Kilo down (I know it reads not that much, but it feels good).

    1,86m and 127kg now.
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    Originally posted by Rene Graff@Jan 30 2010, 08:12 AM
    "Anotherone bites the dust" - 1 more Kilo down (I know it reads not that much, but it feels good).

    1,86m and 127kg now.
    Well done fella
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    Now down to 75kgs, from a high of 97 kilos 3 years ago.
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    Originally posted by CaptSolo@Jan 30 2010, 08:52 AM
    Now down to 75kgs, from a high of 97 kilos 3 years ago.
    That&#39;s a big difference. You must have been a big old unit back then :whistle:
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    6&#39; 5"

    18st 12oz, which is 120kgs, I think - the heaviest I have ever, ever been&#33;

    Now that I have the all clear after 3 month illness and further 3 month recovery, I&#39;m on the case.....

    My Golf is 191bhp with the 2.0 9a and I was talking to a mate about getting it over the magic 200bhp..... throttle bodies, aftermarket ecu, etc, etc, very expensive.....

    So, decided I could save the money on the upgrades, lose 3st (20kg&#39;s) and go faster&#33;

    I&#39;ll keep you posted&#33;

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    I&#39;m getting heavier but that&#39;s because i&#39;m lifting weights again, this will change once i start getting out on the bike to prepare for Rad am ring

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    93.5kgs last night. That&#39;s 3kgs in the last month. I&#39;m happy with that :thumb:
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    Good work Gary&#33;&#33;&#33;

    I went to Bournemouth last night and despite being ripped to shreds for not drinking, I stuck to it and had only two beers, and the Tikka option (i.e. No creamy sauce) for our curry.

    I was ridiculed but I&#39;m happy and hangover free today&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;

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    Still no beer for me this year, and it doesn&#39;t bother me one jot.

    Just got back from another jog. 3 Days running now (no pun intended :whistle: )
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    I was 95kgs back in 2002. Lowest I hit was 66kgs in 2003.

    Started at 70kgs at the start of 2009, got upto 74kgs by start of this year after doing some proper training in the final few months.

    Having a break at the moment but I might aim for 80kgs for this year?

    January has been a brilliant detox month for me. Not as much running/cycling/weights, yet one full week of holiday drinking, and three birthday weekends of 2010 so far... :whistle:
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    Stop eating ponsy food and man up&#33; Jeeesh.
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    Originally posted by mini&#045;madness@Jan 31 2010, 07:48 PM
    Stop eating ponsy food and man up&#33; Jeeesh.
    Like guys with fat bellies do you Hannah :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
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    I seem to have plateau&#39;d again......

    At 106kg......

    Had a good weekend in terms of exercise, and eaten well.

    Except the curry&#33; But even chose healthy option there&#33;

    Will stick at it. :)

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    Originally posted by Gary Kinghorn@Jan 31 2010, 08:56 PM
    Like guys with fat bellies do you Hannah :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
    At this rate with Shak and his "fish, rice and lentil" dinner he&#39;s going to be the same weight as me :shame:
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    Originally posted by mini&#045;madness@Feb 1 2010, 05:12 PM
    At this rate with Shak and his "fish, rice and lentil" dinner he&#39;s going to be the same weight as me :shame:
    But more feminine.

    And I&#39;m not saying that you aren&#39;t, I&#39;m just saying he is REALLY feminine.

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    Originally posted by Gary Kinghorn@Jan 31 2010, 08:56 PM
    Like guys with fat bellies do you Hannah :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
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    Originally posted by Dave G@Feb 1 2010, 05:16 PM
    But more feminine.

    And I&#39;m not saying that you aren&#39;t, I&#39;m just saying he is REALLY feminine.

    :fish:
    And for all his talk, never actually seen with a women of his own :whistle: :whistle:

    Sits back and waits :P
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    He&#39;s coming to Soton, Gary. Wanna come clubbing?
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    Originally posted by mini&#045;madness@Feb 1 2010, 08:25 PM
    He&#39;s coming to Soton, Gary. Wanna come clubbing?
    errrr, no thanks :laugh: :laugh:

    I was there on Saturday though, bought a Mickey Mouse towel for my little one in the Disney Shop. Oh and Mickey flip flops too :whistle:
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    5kg off in January.... plenty to go.
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    I got new scales today. They shall be going back tomorrow as what they&#39;re saying is not satisfactory. The manufacturer must have made a &#39;bad batch&#39; or something :whistle:
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    Try moving them to a different part of the room. You might get a different reading. Bet you have already done that though :whistle:
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    I&#39;m down to 110kg, need to step up the exercise though, atleast another 10kg to come off, probably more.

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    I ate a chippy tea tonight :o :thumb:

    Didn&#39;t go to the gym either as i was sat at my desk until 7pm :angry:

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