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Missbumble 10-31-10 06:59 PM

2010 Clydesdales/ Athenas Biggest Loser Week 44 11/1 - 11/7 - Come join us!!!
 
Please join us as we all work toward our goals to be healthier and fitter!


How Does this Work? On Mondays:
Post your starting weight for the week
Post Goals for the week
Report in on the prior week
Throughout week come on back and let us know how you are doing. The good, not so good and the awesome.


2010 Participants - Welcome newbies!!!

5KDad
10 Wheels
adanthang
aidenpryde18
andrewbanesbern
Art0
Bama Adam
bamacrazy
BasicJim
bbeasley
Big Lug
BigPolishJimmy
Breadbin
Bodydoc2002
Cohophysh
CraigB
cranky old dude
cyclokitty
DallasSoxFan
Davin1023
DoubleTap
Emperorcezar
flip18436572
freeagent1970
gigemags1155
ImpFreak7
iRideMyBike
jeneralist
JohnnyHK
kansastdi
Kazzy
kgriffioen
krazygl00
lokerlola
macwild
markm109
Missbumble
Mr.Ploppy
Nola_Gal
notoriouslyKen
OiS
Passage4
petflunky
Ratedz
RayB
RichardGlover
rosborn
Rthomse
RustyD
Sayre Kulp
Scotlandtb
Seenoevil
Seve
ShoMeRacing
Smoked
SSGPJ
Stevel610
sumguy
superjim
TechknownGN
teresamichele
The Historian
thestoutdog
timokabo
Wogsterca
wxduff
Wylde06
XR2


*If I missed anyone, please let me know and I'll add you in.

Missbumble 10-31-10 07:02 PM

Hi Everyone - well Monday is Day 1 of my new job....off to training for a few days. Grateful for a new job and to hopefully be working again. I am hoping that this helps tthe weight loss. Also going to ride more on weekends....


Goal: Loase 2 pounds.
Goal: Drink more water - and a lot less diet coke!

10 Wheels 10-31-10 07:12 PM

Congratulation on the new job.
Hope you don't have to travel so much.

10 Wheels 10-31-10 07:13 PM

Lost 7 lbs this October. Which is good for me.

CraigB 10-31-10 07:58 PM

Highest weight: 304.5 on 5/17/04

Skip ahead though multiple losses and gains to this April when I got serious:

4/5 - 264.5
4/12 - 262
4/19 - 259
4/26 - 258
5/3 - 257.5
5/10 - 252
5/17 - 252.5 (oops)
5/24 - 249 (Woo Hoo! Breaking 250 is a big milestone for me.)
5/31 - 246.5
6/7 - 245
6/14 - 242
6/21 - 241.5
6/28 - 238.5
7/5 - 236.5
7/12 - 234
7/19 - 236 (oops)
7/26 - 231.5
8/2 - 230
8/9 - 231 (oops)
8/16 - 226
8/21 (new weigh-in day) - 226 <damn!>
8/26 - 225.5
9/4 - 221.5
9/11 - 221.0
9/18 - 218.5
9/25 - 217
10/2 - 219 (oops)
10/9 - 224.5 (vacation - lots of Texas BBQ and pie)
10/16 - 217.5
10/23 - 217.5
10/30 - 215.5

Back on track - woohoo! I just need to keep toeing the line, and make a special effort to stay active, now that it's getting chillier. In addition, within the week darkness will be descending on us much sooner each day. My delusional 30-something co-worker, who insists I will be joining him next year for a relay triathlon, has actually offered to pay for 6 months of gym membership for me so I can do some spinning classes through the winter. Maybe I'll take him up on it.

Neil_B 11-01-10 08:52 AM

I might need to sit these out until I'm able to exercise regularly again. I forgot how much a rib injury takes out of me.

ShoMeRacing 11-01-10 09:08 AM

Still stuck for the 3rd week at 289 lbs, but I am on vacation this week and will be riding lots everyday, wife is working and little one is at school, so we ain't going anywhere.

irclean 11-01-10 09:25 AM

I'm new to this thread, but will endeavor to post my results on a weekly basis.

Starting weight: 311 lbs.

Goal for the week - get rid of all the Halloween candy... by any method other than eating all of it!

6/5/2010 - 311 (The day my wife, and therefore by proxy I, joined Weight Watchers)
10/30 - 297

BigPolishJimmy 11-01-10 09:45 AM

Salty corn chips did me in last night, I knew when I was eating them that'd I'd have to post the shame today. The good news is that I can shake that water weight by not eating salt, the bad news is that I still haven't gotten back in a regular exercise habit. However I did ride the exercise bike 2 nights last week which is twice as much as the week before and 4 times as much as the couple of weeks prior to that. My goal this week is to watch more tv. That may sound odd, but my exercise bike is in the living room with the tv, and I feel really guilty sitting there watching tv when I could be exercising at the same time.

Week 2 - 295 lbs (start)
Week 3 - 291.5 lbs
Week 4 - 284.4 lbs
Week 5 - 282.5 lbs
Week 6 - 280.2 lbs
Week 7 - 281.3 lbs
Week 8 - 282.0 lbs
Week 9 - 280.0 lbs
Week 10 - 278 lbs
Week 11 - 279.5 lbs
Week 12 - 274.3 lbs
Week 13 - 272.7 lbs
Week 14 - 271.8 lbs
Week 15 - 272.5 lbs
Week 16 - 267.9 lbs
Week 17 - 269.8 lbs
Week 18 - 269.4 lbs
Week 19 - 271.2 lbs
Week 20 - 270.5 lbs
Week 21 - 268.1 lbs
Week 22 - 274.5 lbs
Week 23 - 271.5 lbs
Week 24 - 269.5 lbs
Week 25 - 268.5 lbs
Week 26 - 267.2 lbs
Week 27 - 267.9 lbs
Week 28 - 271.2 lbs
Week 29 - 266.3 lbs
Week 30 - 264.8 lbs
Week 31 - 268.4 lbs
Week 32 - 261.7 lbs
Week 33 - 263.5 lbs
Week 34 - 262.4 lbs
Week 35 - 264.5 lbs
Week 36 - 265 lbs
Week 37 - 261.7 lbs
Week 38 - 261.5 lbs
Week 39 - 262.6 lbs
Week 40 - 264.8 lbs
Week 41 - 261.8 lbs
Week 42 - 264.3 lbs
Week 43 - 261.2 lbs
Week 44 - 263.0 lbs

Sayre Kulp 11-01-10 10:08 AM

10/19 = 423.8
10/26 = 422.4
11/2 = 421.4
11/9 = 420.6
11/16 = 420.8
11/23 = 420.0
11/30 = 418.2
12/7 = 414.6
12/14 = 408.6
12/21 = 405.6
12/28 = 399.8
1/4 = 396.2
1/11 = 388.2
1/18 = 385.0
1/25 = 388.4
2/1 = 379.4
2/8 = 373.4
2/15 = 372.6
2/22 = 366.6
3/1 = 366.0
3/8 = 364.0
3/15 = 357.8
3/22 = 356.8
3/29 = 351.4
4/5 = 348.4
4/12 = 351.4
4/19 = 346.6
4/26 = 343.0
5/3 = 343.8
5/10 = 340.0
5/17 = 336.8
5/24 = 340.0
5/31 = 344.6
6/7 = 334.2
6/14 = 333.4
6/21 = 332.0
6/28 = 333.8
7/5 = 321.6
7/12 = 316.4
7/19 = 321.0
7/26 = 310.6
8/2 = 312.6
8/9 = 307.4
8/16 = 305.8
8/23 = 297.6
8/30 = 298.8
9/6 = 300.0
9/13 = 294.8
9/20 = 291.2
9/27 = 294.0
10/4 = 286.8
10/11 = 290.6
10/18 = 279.8
10/25 = 288.0
11/1 = 279.2


So I managed to shake the weight I put on last week. The disappointing part is that I would actually be closer to 277 today, except we had a pizza party while we were watching movies and handing out candy last night. I'm not worried about it though. Halloween only comes once a year. Besides - two good things happened last night. I controlled myself and only had one treat size Kit-Kat and one Peanut Butter Cup. Plus, my buddy Brandon finally figured out that the new Sayre isn't going away anytime soon and he decided to dig his old bike out of the garage. We went for a short ride to help diagnose any potential mechanical issues and it's in my garage right now for said repairs. But guess what that means - I made another convert. Boo yah!

bbeasley 11-01-10 10:49 AM

I had a good week. New longest ride 54 miles, new low weight 230. Cycling fun factor remains pegged.

July 2010 252lbs
September 15th 237lbs
September 21
September 27th 238lbs
Week 40 Oct 4th 235 lbs
10/18 237 lbs first 100+ mile week & first attempt at the "Clyde 20"
10/25 233 lbs
11/1 230 lbs

Neil_B 11-01-10 11:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Historian (Post 11713852)
I might need to sit these out until I'm able to exercise regularly again. I forgot how much a rib injury takes out of me.

No excuses. Down 2.4 pounds to 294 even.

doc0c 11-01-10 12:37 PM

I guess I should start posting here. It will be a good motivational tool.

Jan 1 2010 -> 275lbs
Aug 1 2010 -> 250lbs
Nov 1 2010 -> 245lbs

Goal 1: Jan 1 2011 -> 235lbs

Goal 2: Jan 1 2012 -> below 200lbs

I've been stuck at or around 245 since August and I'm having trouble getting past this hurdle. 255 was the same and the only way I could get down 10 more was to train for a half-marathon and do it. I have to start running again, but it's been hard since the race because I injured my foot really badly. I gotta get back into it and cut back on the calorie intake.

XR2 11-01-10 03:17 PM

Still plodding along slowly but surely. Didn't ride last week at all.

7/4/10 303.6
7/12/10 299.0
7/19/10 298.0
7/26/10 296.0
8/2/10 295.2
8/9/10 295.0
8/16/10 293.4
8/23/10 290.4
8/30/10 291.2
9/6/10 286.4
9/13/10 287.2
9/20/10 284.0
9/27/10 283.8
10/4/10 281.4
10/11/10 281.6
10/18/10 280.8
10/25/10 279.6
11/1/10 278.4

adanthang 11-04-10 07:01 AM

Starting Weight - 241.5 lbs
09/09/10 - 237.5 lbs
09/16/10 - 235.5 lbs
09/23/10 - 232.0 lbs
09/29/10 - 231.5 lbs
10/07/10 - 230.0 lbs
10/14/10 - 226.5 lbs
10/21/10 - 228.0 lbs
10/28/10 - 225.0 lbs
11/04/10 - 224.0 lbs

CraigB 11-04-10 07:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by irclean (Post 11713993)
(The day my wife, and therefore by proxy I, joined Weight Watchers)

irclean, I wouldn't discount the benefit you might gain from joining WW yourself. I followed one week behind my wife in joining, and had decidedly mixed feelings about going those first couple of weeks, but I've come to actually look forward to the meetings and the comaraderie and shared sense of purpose the meetings engender (of course, a lot depends on the quality of the leader).

In short, I find they provide me with the motivation I need to keep on track during the times my wife and I are apart, and there's no one around me to be accountable to but myself. And let's face it, that's the majority of our waking lives unless you happen to be a couple that works together through the week.

jeneralist 11-05-10 06:14 AM

Holding relatively steady: 192.8

irclean 11-05-10 10:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CraigB (Post 11731140)
irclean, I wouldn't discount the benefit you might gain from joining WW yourself. I followed one week behind my wife in joining, and had decidedly mixed feelings about going those first couple of weeks, but I've come to actually look forward to the meetings and the comaraderie and shared sense of purpose the meetings engender (of course, a lot depends on the quality of the leader).

In short, I find they provide me with the motivation I need to keep on track during the times my wife and I are apart, and there's no one around me to be accountable to but myself. And let's face it, that's the majority of our waking lives unless you happen to be a couple that works together through the week.

Thanks for the insight, CraigB, I heartily agree with you. I already have a support group/network in place; I've been drug-free (including alcohol) for nearly twenty years... hence the name "irclean". The majority of my peers in that group can relate to my struggle with food, as there is a tendency for recovering substance abusers to turn to food/sex/gambling as a substitute. I've already asked the other members in my group to call me on my behavior if they catch me ordering a donut when we go out for our post-meeting coffee. Luckily for me the principles that I've learned to apply in my life to keep me clean transition well into helping me with my weight. I just had to hit my bottom, weight-wise, which I feel I have. The biggest difference, of course, is that one does not need illicit drugs and/or alcohol to survive, but food remains a necessary evil. I can't just not keep food in my house anymore, but I can avoid bringing my triggers (sweets, processed foods, etc.) home with me. My wife helps with that. :thumb:

blamp28 11-09-10 11:34 AM

Join me up!

Starting weight 239 Monday, 11/8/10

RichardGlover 11-09-10 11:47 AM

This week's weigh-in:
11/8/2010: 213lbs


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