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Re: The Unavoidable 2019 Weight Loss Thread

Post by Kraken » Mon Apr 29, 2019 11:32 am

Madmarcus wrote:
Sun Apr 28, 2019 10:03 pm
I'm not one of the regulars in this thread so hopefully this isn't too obnoxious of a brag but I'm down below 185 without even trying!

For years I was between 190-195. Too heavy but not so heavy that I cared about it. But it had been creeping up and my last two annual physicals were just over 200. I generally eat fairly healthy when we are cooking and I eat out infrequently enough that it isn't a problem. The problem is that I tend to eat way to much if someone puts out a sweets - the church coffee hour, the cake in the teacher's lounge, sampling all the deserts at a Christmas get together, and so forth.

The solution turned out to be moving to Korea. No more church coffee hours. This school has BBQs and the like for the expat staff but there is no culture of random food in the teacher's lounge or deserts at the BBQ because baking is expensive and difficult here. Flying to the US is expensive so we weren't around for family feasts in Nov. and Dec. Plus the Korean love of soup matches up well with my love of soup so when we do eat out I'm filling up on water.

At 5'8" I'm still too heavy but it is still nice.
I'm in the same height/weight class as you and would also be happy to get below 185 again. I look and feel my best around 175-180, but have been getting dangerously close to my all-time high of 203. I think 185 is a realistic goal for this year.

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04/29 193.6
04/16 194.9
03/18 194.0
02/26 193.6
02/19 193.6
02/05 193.1
01/29 192.9
01/22 192.9
01/15 192.0
01/08 191.9
01/01 192.7
TOTAL +0.9

Miles walked this week 14.2 (2 weeks)
Miles walked this year: 73.2
Miles walked 2018: 449.4
Miles walked 2017: 514.5
Miles walked 2016: 725.8
Miles walked 2015: 593.9
Miles walked 2014: 735.7


This month is making a bid for the rainiest April ever, so I'm still housebound most mornings. Still hoping this weather pattern will break and I can get back to wearing out shoes next week.

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Post by Kraken » Sun Jun 02, 2019 11:38 am

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05/28 194.6
04/29 193.6
04/16 194.9
03/18 194.0
02/26 193.6
02/19 193.6
02/05 193.1
01/29 192.9
01/22 192.9
01/15 192.0
01/08 191.9
01/01 192.7
TOTAL +1.9

Miles walked this week 23.3 (all of May)
Miles walked this year: 96.5

Miles walked 2018: 449.4
Miles walked 2017: 514.5
Miles walked 2016: 725.8
Miles walked 2015: 593.9
Miles walked 2014: 735.7


Just wanted to update my mileage. After a record-rainy April, May had 24 precipitation days (out of 31), which didn't set any records but did keep me inside most of the month. I am cautiously optimistic that June will allow me to start racking up miles again.

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Post by Kraken » Wed Jun 05, 2019 11:53 am

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06/04 194.9
05/28 194.6
04/29 193.6
04/16 194.9
03/18 194.0
02/26 193.6
02/19 193.6
02/05 193.1
01/29 192.9
01/22 192.9
01/15 192.0
01/08 191.9
01/01 192.7
TOTAL +2.2

Miles walked this week 9.9
Miles walked this year: 105.4

Miles walked 2018: 449.4
Miles walked 2017: 514.5
Miles walked 2016: 725.8
Miles walked 2015: 593.9
Miles walked 2014: 735.7

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Re: The Unavoidable 2019 Weight Loss Thread

Post by stessier » Wed Jun 05, 2019 12:29 pm

If you need someone to keep you accountable, I'm still reading. :)
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Re: The Unavoidable 2019 Weight Loss Thread

Post by Kraken » Wed Jun 05, 2019 1:16 pm

:lol: I hope my weight will reverse direction pretty soon -- it usually does over the summer -- but mostly I'm using this thread to tally up my mileage (and motivate me to walk on days when I'd rather not). I need to average at least 12 miles per week through September.

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Re: The Unavoidable 2019 Weight Loss Thread

Post by YellowKing » Sun Jun 09, 2019 10:44 pm

Last update was April, so time for another check-in:

I'm down to 191.5, which is a solid 10 pound loss from my high in December. It still fluctuates up and down a bit, but it's safe to say I've finally broken through the 195 barrier.

My next goal is 185, which is going to take some better eating habits which I've begun in earnest. It's also going to take getting my butt back on the cardio circuit. I have let the Spartan stuff essentially replace my running routine, but now I feel like I'm ready to do both.

Speaking of the Spartan stuff, I've continued my Saturday workouts and weekly homeworks (which continue to kick my ass). However, I've seen solid results - not just in the weight department, but in overall strength and fitness as well. Becoming more comfortable with the gym, my peers, and the trainers has been a HUGE confidence boost and has encouraged me to stick with it. I haven't signed up for any more races this year since the only other close one is on my wife's birthday, but my goal is to keep regular with all the workouts and hit the race circuit hard next year. I'd love to hit my Trifecta (Sprint/Super/Beast) next year, but I've still got a ways to go.

Getting in actual "good shape" is one of the toughest things I've ever attempted. It's a slow, torturous bitch, and if you set your sights off it for just a moment the world will do everything in its power to erode your progress.

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Re: The Unavoidable 2019 Weight Loss Thread

Post by Blackhawk » Thu Jun 13, 2019 2:22 pm

I don't have any actual weight loss to report (I'm not really keeping track of that right now for reasons I'll get into.)

I've tried working out so many times. I hate it. It bores me so much. The longest I've ever managed was four consecutive weeks.

This time I invested in a set of wireless earbuds and an audible subscription to have something to keep my mind busy while I'm performing a super simple repetitive task hundreds of times. My workout involves a set of planks, followed by a stint on my stationary bike. It's the only equipment I have, and it's doing the job. I started at low intensity. My bike tracks pulse and adjusts the resistance to keep my heart rate in a target zone. I started at 20 minutes, 60-70%. After a week, 25 minutes. A couple weeks later, 70-80%. A week after that, 30 minutes, 70-80% (which is 'ideal'.) I haven't missed a single workout in over three months, five days a week. My record (set today) is 10.2 miles in 30 minutes, and 401 calories burned. That's not half bad. It's enough that I've begun to see the results during the rest of my day, too. Standing up from the couch is just... standing up. Not pushing myself up. Bringing the groceries up doesn't wind me anymore. I sleep better. My back hurts less.
I have a lot more energy.

At the same time, I've been seriously reducing my meat intake. Red and cured meats are maybe once a month. Other meats are maybe once or twice per week. The rest is all meat 'alternatives', some of which I've come to really appreciate. I avoid cheese as well. I've only drunk skim milk for probably 20 years. I don't drink sugared drinks, and only have desert maybe once a week or so. I'm also tracking my caloric intake with the MyFitnessPal app (and making sure I get enough protein, fiber and miscellaneous nutrients at the same time.) I set it to 1800 calories per day, which I adjust for the calories burned on the bike. I have a 'splurge' day once a week or so, although I don't go to overboard then, either. I just don't want as much as I used to.

I haven't lost much weight, though. I can feel the difference from day to day, and I'm going from sitting 16 hours a day (sleeping the rest) for 18 years to 10 miles of biking plus planks, so I figure that I'm building a lot of muscle in my legs (which I can feel.) On the scale? Net loss over three months is ~8 pounds. I'm hoping that as the muscle catches up with the workout, the numbers will start to fall.

Still, I'm happy with the effort I've put in.
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Re: The Unavoidable 2019 Weight Loss Thread

Post by stessier » Thu Jun 13, 2019 3:28 pm

Congrats - that is an impressive change in routine. Keep it up!
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Post by Kraken » Thu Jun 13, 2019 5:01 pm

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06/11 194.4
06/04 194.9
05/28 194.6
04/29 193.6
04/16 194.9
03/18 194.0
02/26 193.6
02/19 193.6
02/05 193.1
01/29 192.9
01/22 192.9
01/15 192.0
01/08 191.9
01/01 192.7
TOTAL +1.7

Miles walked this week 18.7 (yay!)
Miles walked this year: 124.1

Miles walked 2018: 449.4
Miles walked 2017: 514.5
Miles walked 2016: 725.8
Miles walked 2015: 593.9
Miles walked 2014: 735.7

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Re: The Unavoidable 2019 Weight Loss Thread

Post by em2nought » Thu Jun 13, 2019 8:07 pm

This thread just won't go away will it? LOL I haven't lost anything, but I think I'm eating a bit healthier at least. Way less soda, less red meat, less carbs. I made spaghetti with zucchini noodles courtesy of this nifty device I bought brand new at Goodwill for $1.49

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Re: The Unavoidable 2019 Weight Loss Thread

Post by Kraken » Thu Jun 13, 2019 10:21 pm

Switching from red meat to chicken and pork? Yeah, about that....

It's only one small study, so not gospel. More research is called for.

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Post by Blackhawk » Fri Jun 14, 2019 12:53 am

Which is why I switched to mostly 'no meat' to begin with, although you'll still generally get more saturated fat from red meat.
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06/14 - 254.8
01/26 - 245.0
01/19 - 242.8
01/12 - 245.4
01/06 - 248.0
01/01 - 250.2
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Post by em2nought » Fri Jun 14, 2019 12:03 pm

These mixed together, but there are some, uh, side effects. :wink:
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...and the Aldi version of three bean salad has much lower sodium plus it's cheaper.
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Post by Jeff V » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:12 pm

em2nought wrote:
Thu Jun 13, 2019 8:07 pm
This thread just won't go away will it? LOL I haven't lost anything, but I think I'm eating a bit healthier at least. Way less soda, less red meat, less carbs. I made spaghetti with zucchini noodles courtesy of this nifty device I bought brand new at Goodwill for $1.49

Mine looks like this
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Where do you find orange zucchini? The Trump Store?

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Post by Kraken » Wed Jun 19, 2019 1:53 pm

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06/18 194.2
06/11 194.4
06/04 194.9
05/28 194.6
04/29 193.6
04/16 194.9
03/18 194.0
02/26 193.6
02/19 193.6
02/05 193.1
01/29 192.9
01/22 192.9
01/15 192.0
01/08 191.9
01/01 192.7
TOTAL +1.5

Miles walked this week 12.6
Miles walked this year: 136.7

Miles walked 2018: 449.4
Miles walked 2017: 514.5
Miles walked 2016: 725.8
Miles walked 2015: 593.9
Miles walked 2014: 735.7

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Re: The Unavoidable 2019 Weight Loss Thread

Post by YellowKing » Wed Jun 19, 2019 2:28 pm

Hi 190 this morning, which is 12 pounds down from peak high in December, and 8 pounds down from my typical plateau. Very encouraging.

Next goal is 185.

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Re: The Unavoidable 2019 Weight Loss Thread

Post by Jeff V » Wed Jun 19, 2019 2:44 pm

Crushed the scale at 208.2 the other day, still, it's down from the carnage I created a few weeks ago at the doctor's office when I clocked in at 211.7. The long, inactive winter was very, very bad for my blood sugar and I was given 3 months to move in the right direction or face a doubling of meds, the precursor to having to take insulin shots. Aside from walking, though, it's still not possible to fit in anything approaching cardio. Bike has not yet left the garage this year, and trying to bike with the kids would be like those jet fighters trying to intercept Krusty flying the Wright Brother's plane on The Simpsons. I have to walk slow so my daughter can keep up on her bike.

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Post by Kraken » Tue Jun 25, 2019 12:47 pm

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06/25 193.8
06/18 194.2
06/11 194.4
06/04 194.9
05/28 194.6
04/29 193.6
04/16 194.9
03/18 194.0
02/26 193.6
02/19 193.6
02/05 193.1
01/29 192.9
01/22 192.9
01/15 192.0
01/08 191.9
01/01 192.7
TOTAL +1.1

Miles walked this week 13.7
Miles walked this year: 150.4

Miles walked 2018: 449.4
Miles walked 2017: 514.5
Miles walked 2016: 725.8
Miles walked 2015: 593.9
Miles walked 2014: 735.7

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Re: The Unavoidable 2019 Weight Loss Thread

Post by Kraken » Thu Jun 27, 2019 1:21 am

Why are humans the fat primate? Doesn't explain the recent obesity epidemic, but does offer an interesting background.

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Re: The Unavoidable 2019 Weight Loss Thread

Post by em2nought » Thu Jun 27, 2019 2:55 am

Jeff V wrote:
Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:12 pm
em2nought wrote:
Thu Jun 13, 2019 8:07 pm
This thread just won't go away will it? LOL I haven't lost anything, but I think I'm eating a bit healthier at least. Way less soda, less red meat, less carbs. I made spaghetti with zucchini noodles courtesy of this nifty device I bought brand new at Goodwill for $1.49

Mine looks like this
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Where do you find orange zucchini? The Trump Store?
You've given me the idea to make my Jack-o'-lantern into POTUS with carrot hair. :mrgreen:
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Post by hepcat » Thu Jun 27, 2019 9:14 am

Started running again about a month ago. Slow going as I'm in my early fifties now and my knees just ain't what they used to be. But something needs to be done. During my last physical, my doctor decided to be a wise ass again and started reading off weights from my medical history as if they were a greatest hits list. I think the only reason I stick with him is because his last name is "Brown" and he still doesn't seem to know why I chuckle every time I call him "Doc Brown".
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Post by em2nought » Thu Jun 27, 2019 11:50 am

hepcat wrote:
Thu Jun 27, 2019 9:14 am
Started running again about a month ago. Slow going as I'm in my early fifties now
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Post by YellowKing » Thu Jun 27, 2019 1:48 pm

em2nought wrote:Aren't we all?
No, I'm in my mid-40s, you ancient bastards. :D

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Post by hepcat » Thu Jun 27, 2019 3:26 pm

Get off my (forum) lawn, you young whippersnappers! Now, where's my Victrola, I've got a new Rudy Vallee recording I want to listen to!
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Post by Blackhawk » Mon Jul 01, 2019 8:15 pm

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I started at 20 minutes, 60-70%. After a week, 25 minutes. A couple weeks later, 70-80%. A week after that, 30 minutes, 70-80% (which is 'ideal'.) I haven't missed a single workout in over three months, five days a week.
15 weeks. This, however, is going to be a hell week for me. I'm trying to keep myself honest, and I want some feedback:

If I put in enough walking (the equivalent in steps to my workout, calculated at about 6,000 steps based on a formula I found), is it fair to count that as my workout for the day, or am I just making lame-ass excuses to be lazy?

I'm going to be moving around a lot the next few days, and it would help to skip the workout one day, but I don't want to let myself start making excuses.
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Post by Kraken » Mon Jul 01, 2019 10:43 pm

I'm a tad biased, since I still walk almost daily since I invented it 15 years ago...but power-walking is nearly the best aerobic exercise you can do. Slower than running, sure, but low-impact is friendlier to aging knees and hips. I can't quite sustain 4 mph, but I routinely do 16-minute miles for a full hour. IDK how many steps that is but I'd guess 3 miles is around 6000. Tomorrow's update will record that I covered more than 20 miles last week.

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Post by Blackhawk » Mon Jul 01, 2019 10:48 pm

It isn't power walking, just moderate 'get around' walking.
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Post by Blackhawk » Mon Jul 01, 2019 11:32 pm

To clarify, I've got several very busy days this week, and I expect to be pressed for time and exhausted. I'm trying to figure out whether it is legitimate to count one of those days of activity as a workout and give myself a breather.
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Post by Isgrimnur » Mon Jul 01, 2019 11:34 pm

It will be fine. Just make sure you get back to form afterwards. Every day is a different opportunity.
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Post by Blackhawk » Tue Jul 02, 2019 12:09 am

After all the times I've started then faltered, I'm being intentionally paranoid of my own motives. I don't want to start accepting excuses every time it's inconvenient.
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Post by Kraken » Tue Jul 02, 2019 7:01 pm

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07/02 193.8
06/25 193.8
06/18 194.2
06/11 194.4
06/04 194.9
05/28 194.6
04/29 193.6
04/16 194.9
03/18 194.0
02/26 193.6
02/19 193.6
02/05 193.1
01/29 192.9
01/22 192.9
01/15 192.0
01/08 191.9
01/01 192.7
TOTAL +1.1

Miles walked this week 22.3
Miles walked this year: 172.7

Miles walked 2018: 449.4
Miles walked 2017: 514.5
Miles walked 2016: 725.8
Miles walked 2015: 593.9
Miles walked 2014: 735.7

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Post by Kraken » Tue Jul 09, 2019 10:34 am

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07/09 191.8
07/02 193.8
06/25 193.8
06/18 194.2
06/11 194.4
06/04 194.9
05/28 194.6
04/29 193.6
04/16 194.9
03/18 194.0
02/26 193.6
02/19 193.6
02/05 193.1
01/29 192.9
01/22 192.9
01/15 192.0
01/08 191.9
01/01 192.7
TOTAL -0.9

Miles walked this week 15.6
Miles walked this year: 188.3

Miles walked 2018: 449.4
Miles walked 2017: 514.5
Miles walked 2016: 725.8
Miles walked 2015: 593.9
Miles walked 2014: 735.7


Lowest reading of the year. Pushing to break 190 by the end of the month. Maybe even next week, if the stars align.

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Post by Kraken » Mon Jul 15, 2019 1:50 pm

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07/15 191.1
07/09 191.8
07/02 193.8
06/25 193.8
06/18 194.2
06/11 194.4
06/04 194.9
05/28 194.6
04/29 193.6
04/16 194.9
03/18 194.0
02/26 193.6
02/19 193.6
02/05 193.1
01/29 192.9
01/22 192.9
01/15 192.0
01/08 191.9
01/01 192.7
TOTAL -1.6

Miles walked this week 15.6
Miles walked this year: 203.9

Miles walked 2018: 449.4
Miles walked 2017: 514.5
Miles walked 2016: 725.8
Miles walked 2015: 593.9
Miles walked 2014: 735.7


Going on vacation the second half of this week means restaurant eating for 4 days. I'll be happy if I can just avoid backsliding next week.

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