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    January 15th - 206 pounds and BMI=30.9

    Today - 188 pounds and BMI=28.2

    At least 22 pounds to go.

    I guess it helped that I rode almost 200 miles last week. Unfortunately I ended up with a cold and haven't exercised much this week, but I still lost 2 lbs. This week I'll probably do about 75 miles if the weather holds up.

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    I just recentley decided that I have had enough of being lazy. I started out my High school years being a top regional swimmer, a Pro BMX'er and an all around athlete. I got married, got a job and got fat. The secret of my success - stop eating crap and exercise. I have lost 30 lbs in 6 weeks, registered for 4 bike races, found a training partner that races pro. found my motivation...........

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    January 15th - 206 pounds and BMI=30.9

    Today, April 22nd, 187 lbs and BMI = 28.0

    It's been difficult to lose weight the last couple weeks. I had a 200-mile week, then I had a cold and allergies, resulting in a 50 mile week. Then I did a 160 mile week, but between weather and travel I'll only do 25 miles this week.

    But progress is progress. Just another 21 lbs to my initial goal of a BMI<25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave5339
    Hi all,

    Guess I'll add my story to the list....

    I got diagnosed last December with Type II diabetes. At the time I was 240# on a 5'10" frame. I'd let myself slide after stopping riding due to a car wreck in '96. I kept eating like I was riding without worrying about the consequences.

    Due to a job relocation I had to find a new doctor who wanted to do a full workup on me. He gave me the diagnoses of diabetes and said I had two choices, either get it under control or continue the way I was going and have my wife collect on my insurance money. Needless to say I've chosen to get it under control.

    I started with a walking program, (walkking during my lunch hour at work). The more I walked the better I felt. I also started seeing a nutritionist on a weekly basis who put together a solid program for me to manage my weight and diabetes.

    After a month of walking I dragged my mountain bike out of the garage and wiped off 4 years accumulation of dust and spider webs and went on my 1st real ride in I don't know when. That ride ignited my old passion for riding, (numerous cross state rides, centuries, racing, 250+ mile weeks). While I won't be able to ride at that level due to time constraints I have made a serious commitment to cycling.

    I'm currently signed up for the Texas Red River MS150 May 1 & 2. Maybe I'm insane in thinking I can train for this in 2 1/2 months of cycling and have a hope of completing a century but I'm going to do may best. It's going to be a h*ll of a challenge for me to do 100 miles, but I'm stubborn enough that I hope to pull it off. I just remember back to my first century, 23 years old, 3 months to train and not a problem. Now I think, 39 years old, diabetic, 2.5 kids, 2 months to train, what in the heck am I doing!

    Now I'm down 20#, (more to go), my blood sugar is down to 110 from 337 and I'm enjoying life again!

    Prayers are appreciated, good advice is accepted, bad advice is ignored....

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    dave5339,
    Your story sounds a lot like my own. I have never been in the best of shape and needed to get my crap (life) together. I started cycling… again… Now I have things back in order. 9-24-03 I was 280lbs. 4-22-04 I am 243lbs. I'm half done. I just completed the MS150 Houston to Austin ride. It was great! You can do the Texas Red River MS150! Four things to do… do a 70 or 80 mile ride(twice before May 1st).… HYDRATE! 3days out from your big ride! (no caffeine or alcohol… they dehydrate)… get adjusted to the Texas heat!(it will be HOT by May)… 100 calories per hour while you are riding(NO BONKING!) If I can do it… you sure can! Let me know how it went. You can so do this!
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    January 15th - 206 pounds and BMI=30.

    Today - 186 lbs and BMI=27.9

    The last month has been hard. Colds, allergies and travelling have interferred with my diet and exercise plans. For some reason I seem hungry all the time, even though the allergies cause me to be less active. It took about 2 weeks for me to lose this last pound.

    But I'm halfway to my initial goal. I've lost 20 pounds and I'd like to lose at least 20 more. At 166 pounds my BMI will be below 25, the upper end of the recommended range of healthy BMIs.

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    Props to all who are working hard and getting results. I have hit a wall… sort of. I don't seem to have any energy during my training rides. I'm trying to work on my cardio strength and I just don't have any getty-up. My rides are only 65% of my target hart rate and I'm huffin & puffin. People in my class are easily getting to 75-85%... if I were to that I think I might die! Plus it's not helping that I am constantly hungry and I have not dropped any more weight. Any suggestions?
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    Well, I weighed in today, and I am at my goal of 175 lbs! I'm down from 338 last summer. That is really fast to lose it, but I still feel very healthy. I think the hard part now is figuring out exactly how to eat to just maintain weight.

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    That is incredible!!! Holy Cow! That's a lot of weight! How did you do it? Pardon my skepticism but that does not sound safe nor true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WonkerJaw
    Props to all who are working hard and getting results. I have hit a wall… sort of. I don't seem to have any energy during my training rides. I'm trying to work on my cardio strength and I just don't have any getty-up. My rides are only 65% of my target hart rate and I'm huffin & puffin. People in my class are easily getting to 75-85%... if I were to that I think I might die! Plus it's not helping that I am constantly hungry and I have not dropped any more weight. Any suggestions?
    Well, I think we need more information.

    1. What is your current weight?
    2. What was your weight when you started?
    3. What is your exercise routine? Include times, number of times per week etc.
    4. What is your diet like?

    The way to loose weight is to run a calorie deficit. Burn more calories than you consume. I know it sounds simple. I had been against a wall all winter and am now starting to see some movement downward again. Slow as it is.

    I also think you may need to redistribute your eating times. If you know your going to be doing a training ride, then eat at a time that will give your body the fuel it will need for that ride. I commute to and from work. So, I eat a good breakfast which fuels my body for the ride into the office (6.5 miles). For lunch, I have a small apple or some cucumber slices. I eat my "lunch meal" around an hour before leaving work at 4PM. My lunch meal is normally a white turkey sandwich on whole wheat with veggie sticks.

    I have found that by concentrating my food intake to fuel my body in the same manner as a vehicle needs fuel I feel better and loose weight. If I'm sitting in my office all day, then I don't need much fuel to do that. However, when I am riding, I need fuel for the engine that is propelling the bike.

    This is what works for me. I think with some experimentation you will find what works best for you.


    Good luck and have fun..



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    EDIT: I forgot to address the heart rate question. My suggestion is to talk with your doctor to see what he wants you to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N7CZinMT
    1. What is your current weight?
    2. What was your weight when you started?
    3. What is your exercise routine? Include times, number of times per week etc.
    4. What is your diet like?
    1. 243lbs. (35 years of age)
    2. 280lbs.
    3. M/W/F I spin 30-40 min w/hart rate at 60% T/T weight training for 45min.
    4. My intake is protein centered (Not Atkins!) with low carb intake. i.e. Today I had a chicken breast and avocado pita... trying to eliminate processed food. I always eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner without snacks (most days). I know calorie count maybe high at times but I'm starving at the end of the day. A nutritionist told me if you control portions you won't have to count calories. I may have to start counting.

    Dose cardio strength just appear with time or should I be able to do 85% target hart rate range in six months of training? During spin class my trainer kind of looks at me like I'm not working hard enough. I feel like I am working.

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    ps Bob, did you get the new Trek?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WonkerJaw
    1. 243lbs. (35 years of age)
    2. 280lbs.
    3. M/W/F I spin 30-40 min w/hart rate at 60% T/T weight training for 45min.
    4. My intake is protein centered (Not Atkins!) with low carb intake. i.e. Today I had a chicken breast and avocado pita... trying to eliminate processed food. I always eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner without snacks (most days). I know calorie count maybe high at times but I'm starving at the end of the day. A nutritionist told me if you control portions you won't have to count calories. I may have to start counting.

    Dose cardio strength just appear with time or should I be able to do 85% target hart rate range in six months of training? During spin class my trainer kind of looks at me like I'm not working hard enough. I feel like I am working.

    Thanks,
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    Hey Rob,

    I have not decided on the Trek yet. There has been an issue of a >200# rider on the OCLV frame. I want to get that ironed out prior to dropping that kind of cash. I am also gonna take a look around at other brands etc... just to make sure I am not jumping the ***. (I am an impulse shopper and I know it! )

    It sounds like you are on the right track. The cardio thing will probably come in time. I can run in my aerobic target HR for over 2 hours at a time now. I actually try to keep at the top end of that range.

    I think another issue for you may be your diet. Your body needs carbs. There is just no way around that fact. I am a type II diabetic. This means I am on a restricted calorie/carb diet. You can't just watch your portions. You have to watch the calories within that portion as well. If it was just a portion thing, then I'd eat cheese cake in small portions and loose all kinds of weight.

    Anyway, you have what works for me. Remember, there is no magic pill. Even with diet and exercise, you should loose weight slowly. And with your resistance training, you may not see significant weight loss as muscle weighs more than fat.

    I have noticed that my weight loss is much slower than I had in the past. I am now within 30#s of my goal and each pound lost is an accomplishment to me. What I notice more (as does my wife) is the change in my body geometry. Just give it time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N7CZinMT
    Hey Rob,

    I have not decided on the Trek yet. There has been an issue of a >200# rider on the OCLV frame. I want to get that ironed out prior to dropping that kind of cash. I am also gonna take a look around at other brands etc... just to make sure I am not jumping the ***. (I am an impulse shopper and I know it! )
    Thanks for your help Bob
    I need to observe calorie intake more.
    I dropped that kind of cash on a mt. bike and I have loved it ever since. When you do the homework and you have (I'm sure of it) … you can't go wrong. As an impulse buyer (me included) it stills sounds like you're do this the smart way.
    Your cranks will only go around so many time in this life… be happy!
    Thanks again,
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    Quote Originally Posted by WonkerJaw
    Thanks for your help Bob
    I need to observe calorie intake more.
    I dropped that kind of cash on a mt. bike and I have loved it ever since. When you do the homework and you have (I'm sure of it) … you can't go wrong. As an impulse buyer (me included) it stills sounds like you're do this the smart way.
    Your cranks will only go around so many time in this life… be happy!
    Thanks again,
    Rob

    I hope I made some kind of sense in my ramblings. Congrats on your MTB. I found my MTB in a pawn shop for $250.00. Its a 2002 Specialized Hardrock UNO FS. Got it last year and LOVE the heck out of riding it. Since I have started commuting on old road bikes, I have fallen in love with Road riding as well. The big problem is that I have yet to find a road bike in pawn shop. Just old ones like I have now in the thrift stores. Oh well, I am not in a huge hurry to purchase anymore. I may go up and ride the 3 bikes I am looking at today. The Trek OCLV, the Lemond TI, and a Trek AL. Just for the fun of it. I have never been on a modern road bike. lol

    Anyway, watch those calories, and also watch the TYPE of calories they are. High fat and sugar are not good. Move toward complex carbs. Don't rush things..

    Have fun & enjoy life. The weight will come off as long as you keep moving and eat right.

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    Some how I missed this thread. Now that I'm here I'll keep myself honest with where I am. I have reached a plataue (?) at 222. January 1st I started out on a Dr. directed fat free diet at 256 lbs. The weight I've lost is great, but I have a lot more to go. I'd love to get down to 180.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WonkerJaw
    That is incredible!!! Holy Cow! That's a lot of weight! How did you do it? Pardon my skepticism but that does not sound safe nor true.
    Hey, yeah, I know.... I wouldn't believe it either if I had read it. I kept myself on a 1200 calorie diet every day, with at least one hour of hard riding every day... snow, sleet, rain, anything. I know thaqt it wasn't the healthiest way to lose it all, but damn it, I've always been the fat kid, since I was five years old. It's what I had wanted since that age. It's so weird now to do simple things like wear t-shirts and shorts, or feel comfortable at 85 degrees, or walk into a store knowing they'll have my size. It feels wonderful! I do have a little loose skin on my belly and under my arms, but I'm still young (24), so that should tighten up over time.

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    January 15th - 206 pounds and BMI=30.9

    Today - 185 lbs and BMI=27.7

    The pace of my weight loss has dropped below 1lb/week over the last 5 weeks. I think it's time I lower my daily caloric intake from 2500 to about 2300 per day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpohl
    Hey, yeah, I know.... I wouldn't believe it either if I had read it. I kept myself on a 1200 calorie diet every day, with at least one hour of hard riding every day... snow, sleet, rain, anything. I know thaqt it wasn't the healthiest way to lose it all, but damn it, I've always been the fat kid, since I was five years old. It's what I had wanted since that age. It's so weird now to do simple things like wear t-shirts and shorts, or feel comfortable at 85 degrees, or walk into a store knowing they'll have my size. It feels wonderful! I do have a little loose skin on my belly and under my arms, but I'm still young (24), so that should tighten up over time.
    bpohl,
    340 lbs. to 175 lbs. is an amazing transformation… You deserve all the praise. What was the hardiest part of losing the weight… What is the most important thing to do while losing weight… have you gone to a nutritionist?... and why is Strong Sad wearing a Charley Brown shirt?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WonkerJaw
    bpohl,
    340 lbs. to 175 lbs. is an amazing transformation… You deserve all the praise. What was the hardiest part of losing the weight… What is the most important thing to do while losing weight… have you gone to a nutritionist?... and why is Strong Sad wearing a Charley Brown shirt?
    Hey, Wonker, thanks for the kind words! It was tough, but I always knew that once I started to see dramatic results, I would be in good shape to lose all of the weight. I just made myself get out and ride every day, and not just maintaining what I was doing. I kept pushing myself. The weight really started dropping off from day one. All told, it was pretty easy, since I was seeing results. I guess it's different for everyone, but you just have to keep pushing. There were days when my wobbly legs would be pushing into a headwind, and I'd literally be screaming at the wind (I don't think that anyone could hear). I knew that I was stronger than anything that would keep me fat- whether that was denying myself the food I wanted, not drinking alcohol, looking stupid on the bike, or simply dragging myself and my bike out of my apartment when it was ten degrees outside at 6 am on a morning when I had class or work. It really is just a huge mental battle. I had quit smoking three years earlier, and the two were very similar, except quitting smoking gets easier with time, while losing weight gets harder with time.

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    And you quit smoking! You are the King of self-discipline! Let me know when you get the Jedi mind-control thing down.

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    Started Weight Watchers June '03 at a weight of 250 lbs. (6'1")
    Now, I am weighing in at about 193. Still watching what I eat, but with the increased riding schedule, I can be liberal when I need to be.

    Hills are a heck of a lot easier at 193 vs. 250.

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    bpohl: Congrats

    Well, here is my story. Like others it will help to keep me honest. On April 13 I was diagnosed with hypertension. My BP was 165/100, as high as 177/97
    I was put on medication and told to lose weight & exercise.
    49 yrs old, 228 lbs, 5'7". I started a 2000 cal a day program with the salt intake reduced to 1600 mg/day. Sunday the 18th I got back on my bike and started riding.
    I did 53 miles the first week, and that was tough after 2+ yrs off the bike.
    2nd week I did 55 and was on travel 2 days.
    3rd week I did 72 mi and was on travel 3 days
    4th week I did 92 mi. Hit the wall as I increased my milage to much
    5th week 88 mi at a lower pace. Felt much better with the recovery rides
    6th week, this week I did 25 Sunday and will do 20+ tonight.

    I have lost 15 lbs as of Friday, 2" off the belly, 1.25" off the waist. BP with meds was 118/72 this am. Doc said if I keep up the good work I can get off the meds in 4 weeks. Still have 40 Lbs to lose, but I am making progress. My pants are loose and I am close to the next size down

    So far so good.

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    John M,
    Great job... keep up the good work. Before too long you'll be in the best shape of your life. I just broke though my 240lbs. plateau… 237lbs.

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    Hey John, just don't burn yourself out! Good job and keep it up!

    Congrats Wonker on breaking through that berrier! I had one at 240 also! I thought I'd never get past that! Right now I'm doing battle with the WALL at 220#s! I am in that stage where my weight floats between 222 and 227. Drives me nuts!

    I have only been doing my commuting miles since the rain has been so crummy here. I hope it clears up soon so I can continue to train for my first century on June 12th!

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    Thanks Bob... Good luck June 12th... it will be a blast!

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    Wonker: Thanks very much, did 20 mile tonight. Weather was good so I took advantage of the extra few min. Congrats on breaking the barrier!! I set mine at 200. Got 12 to go as of today.

    N7CZinMT: I am working on not burning myself out as I did 2 years ago. Now I have 3 goals I did not before. 1 Lose the weight, 2 get off BP meds!, 3 get healthier in my eating so I can enjoy more. My bud here is helping a lot. We rode together Sunday, he did 24 miles with me after he had already done 25 I enjoyed the company and we rode a sensible ride. My racing days are over now, so I am riding more for enjoyment. I use a Polar HRM and d/l my workout after I ride. There is nothing like seeing your whole ride before your eyes to remind you where you pushed it and where you goofed off. My 710 d/l speed, HR, cadence, and temp. I avg 13.9 tonight, HR avg was 124 max 138. Tonight was my easy ride where I just ride and enjoy what is around me. Started that last week and I like that a lot. This gives my legs a chance to recover from the weekend ride.

    Thanks guys and good luck with your goals!

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