KPECK37   11,681
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Me on April 7th, 2010. I don't look as heavy anymore. Not near where I want to be. Not yet.



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Husband, dad, brother, construction paper enthusiast, project manager of life.

Since leaving the Navy in 2000, I have gained almost a 100 pounds, due in large to the on again/off again battle with smoking. Well I have finally kicked that and now I want to get where I used to be size/health wise.....

....so not true. I fell off of the wagon in 2011, hard. Turned 40 this past May, and decided enough was enough. Got in to a great routine. Learned to forgive myself, and have lost 40 pounds since the 2nd week of May. I now weigh less than I have in 6+ years! ...
Since leaving the Navy in 2000, I have gained almost a 100 pounds, due in large to the on again/off again battle with smoking. Well I have finally kicked that and now I want to get where I used to be size/health wise.....

....so not true. I fell off of the wagon in 2011, hard. Turned 40 this past May, and decided enough was enough. Got in to a great routine. Learned to forgive myself, and have lost 40 pounds since the 2nd week of May. I now weigh less than I have in 6+ years! I am NOT looking back!
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Member Since: 2/22/2010

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Fitness Minutes: 16,961

My Goals:
1st phase of my goal is to lose 78-80 pounds. This would get me at my weight 5 years ago.

2nd phase goal is to lose an additional 50-65 pounds. This would get me to what I was while in the Navy.

Finally, my last part of my goal(s) is to change all of these bad habits I have gained and find that healthy, happy way of living that I did many years ago.

My Program:
Baby steps. I have tried a couple of famous but defunct diets in the past in the hopes of reaching my target weight and then maintaining, but they were all feet first and in a quick hurry. No time to adjust.

I plan on taking simple baby steps. See what works, and what doesn't. Don't become complacent when something does work, and don't quit when something doesn't.

So far the gradual method is working and I can feel the spark ideology working for me.

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Kevin Peck
Maineville (Cincinnati), OH


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Born in Indiana, lived here and there until I was 8. From there raised in Florida for 12 years until I joined the service. Spent 8 years in Groton CT working on and around submarines.

Left the Navy in 2000, worked for P&G and St. E's Medical Center. Now I am working for the University of Cincinnati (in which I LOVE!). I plan on staying here and retiring. GO BEARCATS!!!!!

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