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Old 06-27-11, 12:12 AM   #826
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I've just spent the last hour looking through every page of this thread, and what an inspiration. I'm currently at 285 and have lost 40 pounds just by changing my diet and exercising. I haven't been on a bike in about 10 years, but if I jog another step I just might kill someone. I used to go on bike trips every summer when I was in my teens, and I will be buying a bike in the very near future to continue my weight loss. Hopefully I'll have some shocking before and after pics to post in a few months. Thank you all for being such an inspiration.
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People ask me a lot. So I am cutting and pasting my response that I wrote out for someone else. Hope it helps:
How to turn that FrankenSTEIN into a FrankenFINE...

Diet: Eat the same stuff Mon-Sat.

Bfast:
Egg whites mixed with chopped kale served atop two warm corn tortillas. Add diced onion and tomato and no more than 1/4 avocado. Sprinkle 1tbs Chia onto them. Add sriracha. Do not ADD anything else! Drink a HUGE glass of water at a minimum with a multivitamin.

3 hrs later – Builders Bar

3 hrs later – at Chipoltle or Qdoba, order NOT a burrito bowl, but a “scoop of beans and a scoop of chicken” That’s it. Add some pico de gallo. NOTHING ELSE.. Drink a buttload of h2o

3 hrs later – builders bar

3 hours later – ground turkey with diced onion, tiny can of sliced black olives, 1 can of low sodium chickpeas. Cook it up. Remove from heat. Add diced tomato and chopped kale. Serve in a bowl. Don’t eat till your stuffed, just eat until you are comfortable. Sprinkle another tbs of chia seeds on top. And Sriracha, of course. At night I may have 1 glass of wine. Tons of water.

Before bed, if you are dying, have a half banana and a small handful of unsalted peanuts.

Yep, I eat the same food EVERY DAY. And I don’t get bored of it, either. You CANNOT cheat at ALL. I mean, no free mint at the mexican restaurant, which you shouldn’t be at anyway. If you MUST go out with friends, you CANNOT succumb to a single ship with salsa. Not a ONE. Drink a TON of water and you’ll be fine. Order the absolute healthiest item you fan find. YOU MUST BE VERY CAREFUL IN THESE SITUATIONS.

Sunday is ALWAYS splurge day. Never change it just because you got invited to a BBQ on a Friday.

Alcohol consumption MUST be controlled. Never have more than 2 drinks. Strive for 0 or 1. Splurge day, you can get wasted if you want.

NOTICE: I eat barely any fruit. I don’t drink ANYTHING but water and occasional wine. No more carbonated drinks. Cut them out cold turkey. NO DAIRY OR RED MEAT!!!

Exercise:

7 days a week I commute to work on my bike. It’s just 20 minutes each way. No huge deal. Probably burns an extra 300 calories a day. But then again, that’s 2100 calories a week. It adds up.

Monday: High intensity upper body lifting for 45 minutes. I do not allow mylself more than a minute between reps. Leave your cell phone in the locker room. Texting adds to your rest time. I start with chest – 5 sets, adding weight for each rep to complete muscle failure – reps are 12, 10, 8, 6, 12 in one exercise (like dumbell presses) and 12 on another chest exercise (like incline press). If that last 12 doesn’t put me at muscle failure, then I keep pumping out the reps until my chest is dead. If I can only get 6 reps, then I lighten the load by 5-10 lbs and try to get 6 more. If I still can’t, I lighten again and pump out the rest. I am dying at the end. I do the same for my shoulders, back, triceps and biceps.

Tuesday: easy trail run (45 minutes, Matthews Winters Park) But now I am bike racing on Tuesdays with a racing series at the velodrome.

Wednesday: Med trail run (1hr 15 minutes, Mt. Sanitas) OR I may do a long bike ride.

Thursday: Hard trail run (2 hrs, Green Mountain Boulder)

Friday: Same as Monday

Sat or Sun (depending on if I have a wedding): run a half marathon or go trail running (med or hard, but not easy)

Sunday, I always pig out. Whatever I want. Go to bed wondering why I do this every week.

I lose 2 lbs per week. Sometimes less.

WEIGH YOURSELF EVERY DAY AND CHART YOUR PROGRESS ON FITDAY.COM

If you want this to work, you have GOT to get through the first 3 weeks without missing a workout and without failing at your diet. That is imperative.

Take a before photo and schedule progress photos for every 5 weeks.
Start right now!!! Good luck. Don't cheat or miss a workout. EVER
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Old 06-27-11, 02:00 PM   #828
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125lbs later
i've looked at this post about 10 times now, going from one picture to the other....
i'd have never known you were the same person... and i'd probably not believe it, other than seeing the tattoo.

congrats, you did a great job
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Old 06-27-11, 02:11 PM   #829
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update, but not my weight, still have no clue what is was to start and what it is now.

my work slacks... they're almost to the point of falling off me if i don't have my belt on. i can take it in another notch if i wanted to, but then the pants would be all bunched up.
i can only imagine where i'd be if i was really watching what i was eating and able to ride more often.
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Old 06-28-11, 11:18 PM   #830
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Thanks McAfiero for sharing specifics of what has worked for you.

Congrats and thanks to everyone to who has contributed to this thread. I think it's my favorite in all Bike Forums.
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i've looked at this post about 10 times now, going from one picture to the other....
i'd have never known you were the same person... and i'd probably not believe it, other than seeing the tattoo.

congrats, you did a great job

I look at pictures of myself, and I can't believe it's me either (thank goodness for my tattoo) LOL..... My friends and family are amazed at the incredible change, and I feel sooooooo much better.

Believe it or not, I had a few of my friends thinking I was ill, and telling me they hope I get well soon.

Everyone going through the weight loss process PLEASE stick with it cause the results are well worth the effort. I know how hard it is, and you sometimes feel like giving up cause the weight stays the same no matter how hard you try, but one day you WILL start to lose again. I went a month without losing a pound, and I was getting very down, but then I got on the scale one day and I was 4 pounds lighter. There really is no easy or magical way to do it other than hard work and a good healthy diet.

Good luck to everyone!!!!!!
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Old 06-30-11, 01:28 PM   #832
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Not too many Athenas showing their photos. Lots of good-looking guys though! Good work guys. Love the before and after photos.
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420lbs to 335lbs



one year of cycling and dieting.
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Old 06-30-11, 03:48 PM   #834
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I'm 5' 1" tall and need to lose about 120 pounds. I've lost 7 since June 10.

I don't have any "after" photos yet since I'm just starting, but here are a couple of "before" photos. One on my turquoise cruiser this spring, and one of me 3 weeks ago test driving my new Trek 700 wsd at the bike shop.

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Here I am at 43 years old and 328 pounds;


Here I am this year 46 years old and 177 pounds;

Haku - Awesome job! I can tell you feel fantastic. You look great - very, very inspiring!
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The journey begins with the 1st step or in our case the 1st pound Enjoy your journey and don't give up!
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I'm 5' 1" tall and need to lose about 120 pounds. I've lost 7 since June 10.

I don't have any "after" photos yet since I'm just starting, but here are a couple of "before" photos. One on my turquoise cruiser this spring, and one of me 3 weeks ago test driving my new Trek 700 wsd at the bike shop.

Keep it up Nutmeg.....you will see more changes in the next few months! But you have to stay with it. Like most of us, we will have to continue for the rest of our lives. So, sit back and enjoy the ride because it is fun!
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As I approached 50lbs lost, Streetfilms did a profile on me that went live today as part of their NYC Rider Profiles... I thought it was fun!
Full article and video here: http://www.streetfilms.org/my-nyc-bi...arcus-woollen/
This is really cool! Congratulations!
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I'm 5' 1" tall and need to lose about 120 pounds. I've lost 7 since June 10.

I don't have any "after" photos yet since I'm just starting, but here are a couple of "before" photos. One on my turquoise cruiser this spring, and one of me 3 weeks ago test driving my new Trek 700 wsd at the bike shop.

Nice to see another shortie Athena! I love the new Trek.
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Nice to see another shortie Athena! I love the new Trek.
I love my new bike so much. Struggling with that huge, heavy cruiser I really thought I was just not going to be able to ride. I thought I was just too old, too fat, and too weak, but it all changed when I got on the Trek. I found I could turn and stop without falling, I found I could carry the bike in and out of the house, and I found that I could get up a hill !

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Okay, I'll bite (pun intended)

Me in 2000, at 325 lbs. In a year, I dropped 125 lbs. I did let it creep up a little over the years, but have always kept under 240.


I'm now 54 years old, and weigh 224, and I ride almost every day. Dr. told me to stay away from jogging, as my knees started to give out on me about 5 years ago. They told me I wouold need to have both knees replaced. I started biking, and while I don't think I could run a marathon, my knees are pretty darn good. I don't think I will need to replace now. Plan to be back to 200 in a few weeks.

Losing weight is easy. Keeping it off is a challenge.

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10+ years! That's inspiration.
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People ask me a lot. So I am cutting and pasting my response that I wrote out for someone else. Hope it helps:
How to turn that FrankenSTEIN into a FrankenFINE...

Diet: Eat the same stuff Mon-Sat.

Bfast:
Egg whites mixed with chopped kale served atop two warm corn tortillas. Add diced onion and tomato and no more than 1/4 avocado. Sprinkle 1tbs Chia onto them. Add sriracha. Do not ADD anything else! Drink a HUGE glass of water at a minimum with a multivitamin.

3 hrs later – Builders Bar

3 hrs later – at Chipoltle or Qdoba, order NOT a burrito bowl, but a “scoop of beans and a scoop of chicken” That’s it. Add some pico de gallo. NOTHING ELSE.. Drink a buttload of h2o

3 hrs later – builders bar

3 hours later – ground turkey with diced onion, tiny can of sliced black olives, 1 can of low sodium chickpeas. Cook it up. Remove from heat. Add diced tomato and chopped kale. Serve in a bowl. Don’t eat till your stuffed, just eat until you are comfortable. Sprinkle another tbs of chia seeds on top. And Sriracha, of course. At night I may have 1 glass of wine. Tons of water.

Before bed, if you are dying, have a half banana and a small handful of unsalted peanuts.

Yep, I eat the same food EVERY DAY. And I don’t get bored of it, either. You CANNOT cheat at ALL. I mean, no free mint at the mexican restaurant, which you shouldn’t be at anyway. If you MUST go out with friends, you CANNOT succumb to a single ship with salsa. Not a ONE. Drink a TON of water and you’ll be fine. Order the absolute healthiest item you fan find. YOU MUST BE VERY CAREFUL IN THESE SITUATIONS.

Sunday is ALWAYS splurge day. Never change it just because you got invited to a BBQ on a Friday.

Alcohol consumption MUST be controlled. Never have more than 2 drinks. Strive for 0 or 1. Splurge day, you can get wasted if you want.

NOTICE: I eat barely any fruit. I don’t drink ANYTHING but water and occasional wine. No more carbonated drinks. Cut them out cold turkey. NO DAIRY OR RED MEAT!!!

Exercise:

7 days a week I commute to work on my bike. It’s just 20 minutes each way. No huge deal. Probably burns an extra 300 calories a day. But then again, that’s 2100 calories a week. It adds up.

Monday: High intensity upper body lifting for 45 minutes. I do not allow mylself more than a minute between reps. Leave your cell phone in the locker room. Texting adds to your rest time. I start with chest – 5 sets, adding weight for each rep to complete muscle failure – reps are 12, 10, 8, 6, 12 in one exercise (like dumbell presses) and 12 on another chest exercise (like incline press). If that last 12 doesn’t put me at muscle failure, then I keep pumping out the reps until my chest is dead. If I can only get 6 reps, then I lighten the load by 5-10 lbs and try to get 6 more. If I still can’t, I lighten again and pump out the rest. I am dying at the end. I do the same for my shoulders, back, triceps and biceps.

Tuesday: easy trail run (45 minutes, Matthews Winters Park) But now I am bike racing on Tuesdays with a racing series at the velodrome.

Wednesday: Med trail run (1hr 15 minutes, Mt. Sanitas) OR I may do a long bike ride.

Thursday: Hard trail run (2 hrs, Green Mountain Boulder)

Friday: Same as Monday

Sat or Sun (depending on if I have a wedding): run a half marathon or go trail running (med or hard, but not easy)

Sunday, I always pig out. Whatever I want. Go to bed wondering why I do this every week.

I lose 2 lbs per week. Sometimes less.

WEIGH YOURSELF EVERY DAY AND CHART YOUR PROGRESS ON FITDAY.COM

If you want this to work, you have GOT to get through the first 3 weeks without missing a workout and without failing at your diet. That is imperative.

Take a before photo and schedule progress photos for every 5 weeks.
Start right now!!! Good luck. Don't cheat or miss a workout. EVER
The above does not look so bad, however I hate Kale and Olives. Any ideas for a sub of something else?

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Okay, I'll bite (pun intended)

Me in 2000, at 325 lbs. In a year, I dropped 125 lbs. I did let it creep up a little over the years, but have always kept under 240.


I'm now 54 years old, and weigh 224, and I ride almost every day. Dr. told me to stay away from jogging, as my knees started to give out on me about 5 years ago. They told me I wouold need to have both knees replaced. I started biking, and while I don't think I could run a marathon, my knees are pretty darn good. I don't think I will need to replace now. Plan to be back to 200 in a few weeks.

Losing weight is easy. Keeping it off is a challenge.

Bravo!

BTW, looks like you went gray during the weight loss. That seems to be a side effect for some men. Me included.
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Bravo!

BTW, looks like you went gray during the weight loss. That seems to be a side effect for some men. Me included.
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The above does not look so bad, however I hate Kale and Olives. Any ideas for a sub of something else?

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Sub avocado for olives. Learn to love kale. It could save your life.
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Hello

I just read most of the post and I am ready to join the successes posted here!

I am 52 and currently 6ft1 and 312. Purchased bike this week (Trek DS 8.4). plan on riding every day as well as doing treadmill and weights and core musle exercises. My goals is to loss about 75 and to do a 100 mile bike ride. However, I am most interesqted in getting healthy,

I will keep you all posted and will xontinue to read this forum for inspiration
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