MULEDOGGIE
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Me in high school circa. 1975. 180 lbs or so ...




Me in '83 or so. Still at about 180 lbs.




Me at 290+ lbs. I'd rather get back to 180ish. That's my goal!


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  • v MULEDOGGIE
    Trying the Idealprotein.com to get some weight off quickly. Have had over 2 years of hip and/or knee problems. Plus, emotional eating and BAM, back up to 253 :(

    Heading towards 210 or so again!
    139 days ago
  • v HOBBESIS49
    Looks like you've been Gone a long time too perhaps...

    ve been gone almost a couple of months now (my excuse being a new temporary job) "I know" "I know" but the good thing is that today is the first day of the rest of my life. Out the Door!

    Thanx for being my friend emoticon Jane
    626 days ago
  • v GYMRAT_AT44
    Hey Jeff - thanks for the friend add. Looks like we are on the master runners team together. Looking forward to seeing great progress from you. Keep moving!
    Sheri
    857 days ago
  • v HOBBESIS49
    Thank you for your reply to a thread I started in Master Runners Saprk Team about how/where to keep a cell phone to log milage during runs . I liked your addition of a place to keep water bottles I havdn't thought about that.

    emoticon emoticon

    Jane from Oregon
    857 days ago
  • v SPEEDYDOG
    Hi Jeff,

    Thanks for your comment on my "new running shoes" activity feed. I am a trail runner but I don't purchase trail shoes. I got my 7th pair of Nike Pegasus "regular" running shoes. For me, the lightness and quickness of the Pegasus is an asset on a rough trail.

    Trail shoes seem to be heavier and slower to respond to quick movements required to avoid rocks, roots, fallen trees and uneven ground.

    Thanks, Bruce
    1060 days ago
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