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C_Heath 05-25-08 01:14 PM

My Clydesdale alert went off!
 
At 222 in 2004, I logged in here with a purpose. Loose weight! Well, I did, I lost down to 172 by riding and eating correct. Well, I held it pretty well until late 2006 and then a new "office" job kept me off the bike. I didnt feel like riding when I got home because I was zonked.

My clydesdale alert started beeping when I hit 199 one day last month. I said good god, youve gained it all back. The mirror showed as well as me rolling out the 36 waists again. Bye Bye 33's.

Im back on track, 195 and loosing but I did something I swore I wouldnt do and that was gain it back. I feel I know what it takes to get it off and I think I can do it in 2 months.

So dont do like I did, dont loose hope and ride, ride, ride.

Later
:thumb:

jaxgtr 05-25-08 01:25 PM

Thanks and good luck.

ttibby 05-25-08 03:40 PM

You can do it buddy. I just lost 25lbs in just under 3 weeks in a low carb plan. And I get my new bike next week so I can start to ride again...

Ttibby...

justin70 05-25-08 05:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by C_heath (Post 6758011)
At 222 in 2004, I logged in here with a purpose. Loose weight! Well, I did, I lost down to 172 by riding and eating correct. Well, I held it pretty well until late 2006 and then a new "office" job kept me off the bike. I didnt feel like riding when I got home because I was zonked.

My clydesdale alert started beeping when I hit 199 one day last month. I said good god, youve gained it all back. The mirror showed as well as me rolling out the 36 waists again. Bye Bye 33's.

Im back on track, 195 and loosing but I did something I swore I wouldnt do and that was gain it back. I feel I know what it takes to get it off and I think I can do it in 2 months.

So dont do like I did, dont loose hope and ride, ride, ride.

Later
:thumb:


Welcome to the human race. And good luck.:thumb:

flip18436572 05-25-08 07:09 PM

Good luck with the weight/fat loss.

zoste 05-25-08 07:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by C_heath (Post 6758011)
...a new "office" job kept me off the bike. I didnt feel like riding when I got home because I was zonked...

I get up at 4:45 am do a light work out, then on the bike by around 5:15 for a forty-five minute "Dawn Patrol" ride...works OK so far this spring...we'll see what happens in the fall when it's still dark that early...

Fastflyingasian 05-25-08 11:17 PM

i couldn't imagine a "job" keeping me off my bike. biking is my quiet/ me time lol. just one month off my bike with a ham string pull i was having withdrawal. coworkers started avoiding me until they knew which me showed up lol.


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