TJOHNOCONNOR   7,186
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November 2010 @ 360 lbs.





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T.John O'Connor

I am an X-360 lb. man. After losing the weight I stayed in maintenance for 2 years at 205 lbs. + or - 3 pounds.
On March 5th 2014 I began a new set of goals to attain 11 - 15% body fat and 185 lbs. by January 2015. Currently at 190 lbs.
I am an X-360 lb. man. After losing the weight I stayed in maintenance for 2 years at 205 lbs. + or - 3 pounds.
On March 5th 2014 I began a new set of goals to attain 11 - 15% body fat and 185 lbs. by January 2015. Currently at 190 lbs.


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Member Since: 3/26/2014

SparkPoints: 7,186

Fitness Minutes: 7,471

My Goals:
To reach 11 -15% body fat @ 185 lbs. by January 2015.

My Program:
2500 calories a day max.
30% protein
30% fats
40% complex carbohydrates
Free weights 3 days
Total Gym 2 days
Walk/run 6 days // 5 miles

Personal Information:
57 years old from Owosso, Mi. Currently living in Swartz Creek, Mi.
Served in US Navy 76 - 89
I'm married to a much younger and beautiful wife.
I'm a SAHD
Hobbies:
Nutrition and fitness
Designing custom themes for Android Mobile Devices

Other Information:
Favorite book: Paradise Lost, by John Milton.
Favorite poet; Alfred Lord Tennyson.

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CLAYMACT
8/28/2014 9:27:50 PM

I read your comment on KateLJM's blog "Be Careful What You Ask For." I was truly inspired! You obviously know the importance of total health. I continue to encourage people to simultaneously work on all areas of their health, as they all are interdependent. You have experienced the benefits that reality and the negative results of ignoring that reality. I know you will meet your goals.



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KATELJM
8/28/2014 11:49:15 AM

I always enjoy your comments. On my blog, "Eat Sloooooooooooooowly!", you mentioned the raisin exercise. When I did the raisin exercise, it established to me how extremely sweet raisins are. So guess what? I have calmed my cravings for sugary refined foods, and now I think about raisins.
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I actually measure the little bunches of raisins I grab in those odd moments of hunger, accounting for strangely small entries on my SP nutrition tracker.

Gotta laugh. Replace one addiction with another (nope, no one else has EVER experienced THAT, right?)...
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NUTSNUTSGETEM
8/27/2014 12:07:56 PM

Really appreciate the thoughts. And, as someone that loves quotes and using quotes, I really appreciated the Mark Twain quote.



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JUNIORSSISTER
8/26/2014 7:59:56 PM

Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting on my blog, thinking like a fat person, well it's hard to explain to people that haven't been there. For those of us who have, there's nothing for us to say. Except I get it.

Congratulations on your amazing journey



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KATELJM
8/26/2014 5:02:56 PM

All the effort you devote to honing your fitness and well-being is commendable. You deserve full credit for making it happen!

At this point your daily work consolidates your achievements as it inches toward your ideal goal. You are treating yourself like a well-cared for Italian sports car (my favorite analogy.)
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