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Red Rider 08-30-12 12:11 AM

Not just flat, but slow, too. Way off my best time at the PCSD tonight. IOW, Esparto will suck. If c_gallaghe hadn't volunteered to ride SAG I'd be done.

WHT is going on???

chasm54 09-02-12 05:35 AM

196 today. Progress is glacially slow, but it's progress.

ericm979 09-05-12 05:19 PM

141.6 yesterday. Wife told me I look especially thin. Three weeks to go. I'm hungry.

Red Rider 09-05-12 11:00 PM

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Originally Posted by ericm979 (Post 14695849)
141.6 yesterday. Wife told me I look especially thin. Three weeks to go. I'm hungry.

I was 141.1 today. I'm 5'6". Are you my doppelganger?

5-ish pounds to go. I'm so ready to be there.

Allegheny Jet 09-12-12 06:42 AM

Whaoo!, I'm 97.8% of the man I was one month ago. 184 lbs and hoping for the 170's by mid-Oct for State Cross Champs.

AzTallRider 09-12-12 09:26 AM

Damn Jet. You are totally kicking my butt. I'm stuck hovering around 190#. But that will go down once I start base.

shovelhd 09-12-12 09:41 AM

I am still up 2kg. I blame my coach. :)

Cleave 09-12-12 02:10 PM

151 this morning. Ate too much yesterday. :D

black.damon 09-17-12 07:28 AM

Hmm 194. Kinda levelling off lately. Still, down 72 lbs since February. I'm happy, but wanna get down under 175 before I give up. Haven't been that light in over twenty years.

Allegheny Jet 09-17-12 08:54 AM

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Originally Posted by black.damon (Post 14740373)
Hmm 194. Kinda levelling off lately. Still, down 72 lbs since February. I'm happy, but wanna get down under 175 before I give up. Haven't been that light in over twenty years.

:thumb::thumb:

ericm979 09-25-12 04:25 PM

Didn't make my weight goal for Everest Challenge- I'm about 1 lb high. I gained some muscle this year so maybe that's why.

It's difficult to not gain the weight back while I'm tapering. I am very much looking forward to eating my way through the off season.

Red Rider 09-30-12 08:05 PM

140.1

Hermes 10-01-12 09:28 AM

173 oink oink

IBOHUNT 10-02-12 07:26 AM

Just great. There I was feeling decent about my weight loss over the last 15 months and I come across this thread that makes me realize I'm fat and need to lose 20-40 lbs (1st 6 - 2st 12 for our friend Chasm54 ;) )

Reckon this will be used as motivation, thanks

Hermes 11-23-12 12:34 AM

173 this AM.

sarals 11-23-12 11:20 AM

132 after that climb yesterday. I have abs, too. Wow.

Red Rider 11-24-12 10:41 PM

Just...fat.

Le sigh. The season of "why do I bother?" which sounds better in French.

sarals 11-24-12 11:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Red Rider (Post 14981273)
Just...fat.

Le sigh. The season of "why do I bother?" which sounds better in French.


Oh, come now! "Reserves" aren't fat. You're stronger than I am, RR.

The Red Devil 12-05-12 12:55 PM

146.3 this AM up from 144.5 Nov 1 (last time I weighed myself). The weight isn't troubling but my BF is up to 10.5% from 7.1 on Nov 1. I crashed heavily on Nov 4 during a TT, so that's my excuse and I'm stickin' with it ;)

Cleave 12-05-12 02:35 PM

Crashing heavily in a TT? Ouch on many fronts!

Right now I'm dreaming of being back in the 140-something-pound range. A Registered Dietician & Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics spoke to our club a couple of months ago and she said that the best time to lose weight was during the off season. I am usually on the Jan Ullrich weight management method so I am going to have to figure out how to lose weight during this month.

revchuck 12-05-12 02:52 PM

Surprised myself this morning. I weighed myself at the gym, and was 185 in my street clothes, down from ~195 about six weeks ago. I'm guessing that my street clothes are good for about five pounds, so that would put me at ~180. I just need to figure out whether I need to lose more at 6'2", and if so, how much.

AzTallRider 12-05-12 04:29 PM

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Originally Posted by revchuck (Post 15018990)
Surprised myself this morning. I weighed myself at the gym, and was 185 in my street clothes, down from ~195 about six weeks ago. I'm guessing that my street clothes are good for about five pounds, so that would put me at ~180. I just need to figure out whether I need to lose more at 6'2", and if so, how much.

I'm 6'6", 190, and am told constantly (not by bike racers, of course) that I'm skinny. I have a teammate who is a fraction of an inch taller. He weighs 25 pounds less. Just depends on how competitive you want to be on the climbs... :/

Hermes 12-05-12 04:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Cleave (Post 15018921)
Crashing heavily in a TT? Ouch on many fronts!

Right now I'm dreaming of being back in the 140-something-pound range. A Registered Dietician & Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics spoke to our club a couple of months ago and she said that the best time to lose weight was during the off season. I am usually on the Jan Ullrich weight management method so I am going to have to figure out how to lose weight during this month.

I thought the story goes that Ullrich and Vino were bear hunting in Kazakhstan in the winter and Ullrich cut a hole in the ice and jumped in as part of his weight management program. I think A'Jet can provide a hole in the ice somewhere in Ohio.

revchuck 12-05-12 05:10 PM

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Originally Posted by AzTallRider (Post 15019323)
I'm 6'6", 190, and am told constantly (not by bike racers, of course) that I'm skinny. I have a teammate who is a fraction of an inch taller. He weighs 25 pounds less. Just depends on how competitive you want to be on the climbs... :/

As a flatlander, climbs are my nemesis. I need all the help I can get. I'm considered a decent climber around here, but it's due to the "...in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king" factor. Guess I need to keep going. :)

Allegheny Jet 12-05-12 09:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Hermes (Post 15019387)
I thought the story goes that Ullrich and Vino were bear hunting in Kazakhstan in the winter and Ullrich cut a hole in the ice and jumped in as part of his weight management program. I think A'Jet can provide a hole in the ice somewhere in Ohio.

I ice fish in the pond in my back yard. How big a hole do you need? I can always use a chain saw if the auger is too small.

My wife wanted me close to home this day, so I watched the Daytona 500 while Ice fishing. I have buried electric and cable lines that run to the dock. It really ticked her off when I called home with the cell phone and asked her to bring me a few more beers.:D

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