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Following a so far 12 hour bout of food poisoning, Stikman and I have both lost substantial amounts of weight. :(

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77.7kg this morning. Chipping away each week which has been encouraging. At (or just below) my 2014 IM weight. Still 4-5kg off my ideal weight. 

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94.7!!!! Frustrated to only lose 200 grams, but after pizza on Saturday night I should be happy with any loss!!!!

Need to change things up again.

#Ketoisthego

Cheers

Andrew 

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I decided not to play as the pressure last time was too high.

But I've continued with my changing ways, only having two days since Jan 4 where I've really cheated.  Basically I'm not eating before lunchtime, so really just having a breaky or lunch then, and dinner.  Skipping more than half my desserts and when I don't it's often fruit with some custard.  So it's kinda the 16/8 fast thing, but it's been really easy this time.  I'm not trying to do it, it's just happening.  I've only had chocolate once a week since then which is a massive change.  I haven't had Macca's or HJ's once since getting out of hospital which is ridiculous for me as it was at least once a week.  Takeaway has only been once a week, usually subway or super rooster or a healthier burger place near my daughter's work.  Mostly eating fruit for Arvo tea.

The results of this so far is I don't feel so full or need to fill myself to busting.  And my stomach has flattened a bit.  I've been at this for I guess 7 weeks so far, and haven't lost a single kg!  And no, I really have only cheated twice.  I'm not trying to be a monk, but it is a big change for me.  Don't know why no weight is moving, even though my shape has changed.  So weight just over 80kg this morning.......

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85.7 this morning. I seem to have shifted my steady state weight down half a kilogram this past couple of weeks, with every day now sitting between 85.5 & 86.5kg. 

I suppose it's better than half a kilo up.

1 hour ago, goughy said:

But I've continued with my changing ways, only having two days since Jan 4 where I've really cheated.

Why do you call it cheating Goughy? Cheating is breaking the rule to get there faster, or to gain advantage.

Sabotage would be a better description.

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4 minutes ago, Ex-Hasbeen said:

Cheating is breaking the rule to get there faster,

Do you get there faster when cheating on your Wife? :lol:

 

*Not saying has ever had an affair! Just a joke ladies and gentlemen.

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82.0 kg this morning, down a nice round figure of 4kg after the first 8 weeks.  A nice 0.5kg/week average, which has been great. Still on track for goal weight of 79.99kg at the end... :-)

Have stuck super-religiously to an eating window of 9am to 7:30pm.  Dessert and late-night snacks have disappeared.  Most days only drink water (& a morning flat white). 

Fasted morning training has been surprisingly easy. I do Parkrun on Saturday mornings and my morning 20km/1hr cycle-commute fasted, and never had an issue. 

Feeling really good. The weight-loss has been ridiculously easy, and I've very rarely felt hungry.  A few weeks ago it was like a switch was flicked and totally lost any afternoon sweet cravings, which has made things easier again.  Appetitie regulation has also become much better - I feel fuller much faster, which makes it simpler to know when to stop.

Anyway - that's a long way of saying "so far, so good"... :-)

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4 hours ago, nealo said:

Do you get there faster when cheating on your Wife? :lol:

 

*Not saying has ever had an affair! Just a joke ladies and gentlemen.

You're trying to change the meaning of "Ex" in ExHB :D

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2+ keg loss this week but last week was up on what I really weighed as I'd just got off a plane and always weigh up a bit. 106.7 down from 122.5 in August. Would love to be sub 100 by the end of this installment but weekly average disagrees. 

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3 hours ago, Mike Honcho said:

2+ keg loss this week but last week was up on what I really weighed as I'd just got off a plane and always weigh up a bit. 106.7 down from 122.5 in August. Would love to be sub 100 by the end of this installment but weekly average disagrees. 

What did u weigh in at when u did Busso? 

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92.7kg

getting there slowly. 

Still a lot more to go. 

Cheers

Andrew. 

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85.9kg

I've stabilised again around this point. I've been eating crap for the past couple weeks. I keep kicking myself for it, but keep doing it. At least I'm not putting weight on.

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Mini yo-yo the past two weeks. Back down below 78kg at 77.7kg now.

I was shooting for 75kg by the end of Feb, but will keep focussed on it and see what March brings with same diet and an increase in training  

 

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Someone interesting (at least to me) observation of my own weight.

Been struggling for the last year - most of my exercise has been cycling. Usually commuting then maybe any extra 5-6 hours dedciated riding per week. one strength set a week.

Basically unable to budge my weight whatsoever.

In last three weeks, started running 20-30km per week, dropping 2 cycling sessions. Diet remained generally constant. Weight starts flying off my body

Go figure. 

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On 06/03/2019 at 7:29 AM, nealo said:

Small update.

Feb 3rd 99.3kg

March 6th 91.3kg

Outstanding - really hope you can keep it going. Your Strava stats are always interesting.

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42 minutes ago, dazmuzza said:

Someone interesting (at least to me) observation of my own weight.

Been struggling for the last year - most of my exercise has been cycling. Usually commuting then maybe any extra 5-6 hours dedciated riding per week. one strength set a week.

Basically unable to budge my weight whatsoever.

In last three weeks, started running 20-30km per week, dropping 2 cycling sessions. Diet remained generally constant. Weight starts flying off my body

Go figure. 

No surprise.

I was doing 300km+ a week on the bike & couldn't budge a kilo. Running & swimming is where I always lost it.

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84.8 this morning. This is down to the lightest I've been in ages, so happy with that, but would still like to drop another couple kilos before Easter.

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91.8kg

Didn't expect that as I fell off the wagon a little last week food wise and did very little exercise.

Back on it this week and ramping up the exercise.

Cheers

Andrew

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Back from holidays.  A week and a half in New Caledonia doesn't seem to have done too much damage

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Ooops. Nearly half a kilo backwards this week. Thought it was a good one too...........

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80.6kg this morning - finally broke through the 82.5kg +/- 0.5kg plateau of the last few weeks.  Tantalisingly close to the sub-80kg goal!! 🙂

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6 minutes ago, Abby said:

80.6kg this morning - finally broke through the 82.5kg +/- 0.5kg plateau of the last few weeks.  Tantalisingly close to the sub-80kg goal!! 🙂

Well done. I burst through my 85.5 +/- range this weekend. Unfortunately I hit 86.3. :(

 

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