JTROBERTSON   17,474
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On vacation in Boston at the JFK Presidential Library.





He was amazed at his progress, in only 6 weeks, only accepting it after creating photographic proof.





At my lowest, just under 300 early fall 2013 at the St. Louis Zoo.



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J.T. Robertson: Words and Weightloss

I've made wonderful progress with some not-so-wonderful backsliding over the past two years on Spark. 2014 is the year I burn the 300 lb. bridge behind me, and never look back.

I've made wonderful progress with some not-so-wonderful backsliding over the past two years on Spark. 2014 is the year I burn the 300 lb. bridge behind me, and never look back.





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Member Since: 3/3/2012

SparkPoints: 17,474

Fitness Minutes: 26,659

My Goals:
Be healthier.

Get down to 242 lbs. by my birthday on November 13, 2014. At that point I will I have lost a total of 100 lbs.

Be rid of this damnable belly!

Strengthen my weak knee.

Become a -- something. Runner, walker, cyclist, weightlifter. At this point, I'm open to whatever works best.

Not lose focus due to stress and other outside factors.

My Program:
Stay within my calories.

Exercise as possible.



Personal Information:
J.T.Robertson earned his creative writing degree at Missouri State University and works in the field of nonprofit development. His work appeared in Moon City Review (2005), The MacGuffin, theNewerYork, and Paddle Shots: A River Pretty Anthology, and is forthcoming in Moon City Review (2014). He is currently finishing up his first novel, The Neverwood, the first book in a young adult fantasy trilogy.

J.T. is a regular at the River Pretty Writers Retreat, and plans to pursue his MFA in creative writing at Vermont College of Fine Arts at some point in the future. He currently lives in Creve Coeur, Missouri with his supportive wife of eleven years and three unpredictable cats.

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My website:
www.jtrobertson.com



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PIPSANDMSMAMA79
2/22/2013 3:30:11 PM

Thankyou so much for helping me with figuring out how to get the "success picture". I'd seen them around and couldn't figure out how it worked. lol. I got to post one as one of my pictures and it makes me so happy!!!



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CHEEKYGEEK
2/21/2013 8:39:50 PM

Hello, fellow Whovian! Thank you for the SparkGoodie!

Congrats on your weight loss!



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KELTIC-CARA
1/28/2013 4:02:35 PM

Thank you so much for your comment on my Robert Burns blog, I hope you do get a chance to do so next January, most clubs recite a few of his works on the night. Enjoy your week

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GETSTRONGRRR
1/25/2013 8:31:13 PM

The band is a standard velcro strap. They say to had wash it, vice in a machine.

About once a month, I'll soak them in the sink (I bought a spare so I can swap them out after a workout). I let them soak in soapy water for an hour or two, then rinse off and let them dry....easy-breezy



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GETSTRONGRRR
1/24/2013 9:43:29 PM

I'm a fan of the Bodymedia fit, mostly because I'm quite obsessive about statistics and measurements. I always workout with a Heart Rate Monitor and when I bike I have a GPS that measures distance, pace, instantaneous speed, etc.

So when I read how the Bodymedia Fit takes constant readings all day long measuring everything from calories burned to steps taken to quality of sleep, I had to have me one!

I like it. I have the Core version which is a little smaller and I really don't notice it while it's on (which has made for some interesting times going through TSA at the airport).

I got mine from Amazon, swooping in when it went on sale for about $80. Once you get it, you have to pay a monthly fee ($6.95) for access to the Bodymedia website, so there is a recurring cost as well. I equate it to paying for 2 cups of coffee to get data that satisfies my inner geek

Let me know if you want more info.



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