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Weigh in time the pre prequel..

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Tomorrow is the day that I step back on the scale for the blog, going off of this mornings number I am not all too thrilled about it but a deal is a deal so it shall be posted. I have a feeling that putting the weigh ins back on here each week will keep me a bit more on track because I need that accountability still, its amazing what that does for consistency. Losing weight is not something thats easy and I don't believe anyone that says that it is, HOW to lose weight is simple but actually doing it and staying on that path is where it begins to get a little more difficult. Maintaining my weight over the last year has been a learning experience for me because I thought that I would never be able to have a random beer or a slice or two of pizza here and there without completely blowing what I have done with my health. The fact is that I can have things that are not on such a strict regimen and not balloon up to my former size and I have proven that to myself without even knowing it or setting out to do so and thats somehow reassuring to me because I do enjoy a beer or two in the summer months.


Me stopping to test out my new phone in the mirror at the gym this afternoon.

That party is over for now because I have decided to give myself a deadline to hit 275 pounds, that deadline is April 2011 and we will see tomorrow exactly how much I will need to drop in that time but it is going to be a challenge. I am stronger than I thought I was back in Jan 2008 when I decided that enough was enough and its time to show myself that I am stronger than I am right now too. Making my way through better health this last year has been less than spectacular if we are taking only my weight into account and I started off with a goal to reach 275 pounds so I need to reach that goal. My physicality has greatly improved over the last year and my endurance is way up thanks to my bicycle, I have done strength training and I know that my raw strength is up but I am fixated on reaching 275 pounds, I need it.

I posted a couple weeks ago a post titled "Will today be your day one?" and I think that I need to follow that question to the end for myself because today is a new day one for me. I am changing a few things in my program up in order to try and shock my body into doing what I want it to do which is burn more fat and make more lean muscle. I have written myself a program that includes weight training, cardio training and some minor changes in my eating routine and I will not change what I drink in a day because I can honestly feel a difference when I don't get enough fluids in. I will finish what I started back in Jan 2008 and hit that 27 pound goal and then I will move right on past it and get down even further because I have to, I have to so that I can prove to myself that I can do it.

I will be adding a weekly weigh in gadget on the side bar of the blog to track each week on the main page like I did when I started so that I can at a glance see the progress in writing in front of me. Updating the "Start/Current/Goal" gadget is on the list as well so that I can see what I am at currently instead of that low number of 305lbs staring at me each day when I post. Its time to kick this back into a higher gear and get down to that weight that I set so many months back because its been too long and these days of gliding through in a 2xl shirt need to be put behind me once and for all. Considering that I started off in a 6XL shirt I am in a good place but I would like to see what a regular old XL feels like again, I was about 12 the last time that happened.

Tomorrow I thought that I was going to weigh in and post it up for all of you guys and gals that read along with me but only if you promise not to point and laugh at the back slide that occurred between May 21st and now. For now that's all ya get because I need to go start making part of dinner but make sure to pop on in tomorrow and see what the scale tells me my start weight for the new run at 275 is, until then keep on keepin' on and remember that no one will do it for you so get up off that ass and move!

**Disclaimer!** I wrote this post thinking that today was Wednesday, I am weighing in on Thursday not tomorrow ooops!

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AXISLADY 9/29/2010 9:04AM

    Another day in the mines! Keep on "mining" that healthy life!

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RJANE40 9/29/2010 8:21AM

    This was a really inspiring blog to me. Congratulations on your progress--you've done so well so far!!

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BEAR_GURL 9/29/2010 1:07AM

    I think you're awesome and I've started doing zumba every day--told you you've inspired me! Let's move these bodies and wip them back into the shape we WANT= )


HUGS,

Melissa

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FIGHT_FAN 9/28/2010 11:12PM

    I'll be rooting for you!

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DDOORN 9/28/2010 8:35PM

    Go Tony GO!

If I can bike 175 miles in 2 days (check latest blog) you can reach YOUR goal TOO!

Don

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TINYC887 9/28/2010 8:27PM

    you can do it

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PSMITH3841 9/28/2010 8:00PM

    You will get there...I just know it! Keep on keepin' on! emoticon emoticon

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LADY_JOSIELOT 9/28/2010 5:30PM

    I was so psyched until I read your disclaimer, lol! Now I have to wait longer. I hate waiting. I'm sure you'll do well with the weigh in regardless.

- Josie

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DEREKCSIMMONS 9/28/2010 5:09PM

    uuuuhhhmmmmmmm, beeeeeeeer. Me too brother. Be strong!

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VEMAN1 9/28/2010 5:01PM

    I think our lives are hooked together, so I really want you to start heading down to your goal weight! Go man go!

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Monday, September 27, 2010


Going nuts because of a perfect bike riding weekend and here I sit with a busted pedal on my bike, its true enough that I have that old Rockhopper sitting there begging for a ride but I am not sure that I trust a 20 plus year old bike for a longer ride. My intake over the weekend though it was within my budget I know that it was high in sodium because of stops at Applebees and Friendlys restaurants, no worries right? wrong! I think that I have to buckle down and start hitting it harder than I already am because my weight isn't really budging at all lately. This Friday I am posting my weight on the blog as the regular "Friday weigh in's" return but you may be surprised at the weight posted as it is not even close to where I wanted it to be at this point.

Over the last year I haven't really made much ground in the actual number of my weight, this bothers me a bit while at the same time it is what it is and showed me that I can in fact maintain my losses with some normal eating and regular exercise. Last June when I got my bike I literally rode a single mile, my rump was sore for the rest of the day and I was out of breath pulled into a driveway trying to decide on whether I was going to try to get further or just turn around and go home, I turned around. Last Thursday I rode an 18 mile ride so physically I feel that I have improved, I wear a 2xl shirt compared to a 3xl last year, I am smaller? but my weight is more than a couple pounds heavier than that low weight of 305 that I saw on May 1st 2010.

I am physically capable of more than I was a year ago and yet here I am weighing the same, I can ride further than ever on my bike and would be willing to bet that I could run further too , which will be tested at the gym today as I plan on doing some sprints and or a week of C25K just to see how I do, yet I weigh the same as about a year ago. Frustrating yet I understand that I haven't really pushed myself as I did in the beginning so what to do next? Well, let me tell ya. I am using today as the beginning of the end, huh? what you talkin' bout Willis?? The end of my gut is what I am talking about because I am through with coasting along at a maintenance pace and am going back to basics with the weighing and measuring each bite that goes into my pie hole again.

I think that my exercise is pretty much on par and obviously I am doing my part there because taking bike rides that last hours on dirt trails certainly gets the heart going not to mention gym trips that consist of 45 to 60 minutes of cardio but alas! I will up the intensity of said gym trips to aid in the push towards a sub 300 pound version of me. Today is going to be treated as a turning point in my plan, today is going to be the start of a hard run at sub 300 pounds which will start with me clicking publish and walking out the door heading to the gym where I will bust my ass in an attempt to force my body into submission because its been too long since I last posted a motorcycle on this blog.

so its on...

That's all I got..

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SIMPLE_TAILOR 10/13/2010 2:20PM

    I need to do the same thing. Thanks for the reminder.

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PSMITH3841 9/28/2010 7:58PM

    I know the feeling my friend.. I track everything I eat, but the scale is not moving...I make much better food choices, but the scale is not moving....I work my tail off, but the scale is not moving...I wear smaller sizes, but the scale is not moving...I feel absolutely amazing, but the scale is not moving....people make statements like "Wow! You've lost a lot of weight!", but the scale is not moving....That's it!!!!! The damn thing is broken!!!!! emoticon emoticon

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CATLADY52 9/28/2010 3:34PM

    Could it be that the flab has turned to muscle? Have you thought about that possibility? From all I have read, that is the process that the body goes through. Muscle burns more than fat, but if you're putting in the same or more fuel to feed the fire inside, it sort of makes sense that you are at an impasse now. Just a thought. emoticon emoticon

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HAPPYSOUL91 9/27/2010 12:43PM

    Since you are able to do so much more than you used to...I really wouldn't worry about it. Your body isn't a machine and it probably takes time to catch up and then will reflect back as a loss.

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JUSTAGURL2335 9/27/2010 12:12PM

    If you are smaller but weigh about the same, it's probably added muscle. And muscle is good. :) Just keep truckin.

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SUNNY89 9/27/2010 11:38AM

    I think your progress is great. Life is going to happen. The fact that you continue to move forward is a great NSV. The bike riding. This distance you can pedal. I don't need to continue with the long list of things you have accomplished. I do know how you are feeling right now. I also know that from what I have read in your blogs you have the right mind set to get to your final goal, but as I have read before is there really a final goal? Or do we just keep progressing. You have done great things and I know there are many more to come.

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CINCYDORA 9/27/2010 11:27AM

    I'm sure you can do it. Maybe your body just need a rest this past year, time to maintain and get used to your new size. You may find that after the rest your body is willing to let go of weight again. Hopefully it doesn't resist you as much as it has lately.

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CRYSTLE4HIMTX10 9/27/2010 10:47AM

    Praying you have much success in your new resolve to watch what you eat and work toward your goal. It can get frustrating when the scales have a mind of their own.

emoticon Sounds like you are doing awesome with the exercise and bike riding.

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KAILIIA 9/27/2010 10:46AM

    There are some differences to your routine over where you were before. You've been doing more muscle building activities and we know muscle is heavier per volume compared to body fat.
Maybe you need to focus on dropping "sticks of butter" rather then a new motorcycle for a bit. I bet if you got a body fat test you'd still be seeing nice improvements.

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MRDPOLING 9/27/2010 10:37AM

    Couldn't you swap a peddle from the old bike to the new bike until you can get the broken peddle replaced?

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I am impressed and some photos of a beautiful day.

Thursday, September 23, 2010


Today was a great day for me and a how do they call it? NSV? or a non scale victory! I have lately been riding my bike more often than ever because the weather is just plain old magnificent for bike riding! Today I decided to check out a part of the trail that I had not previously visited and attempt an 18 mile stretch just to see if I could make it and guess what? I did it! and none the worse for the wear either. Biking has become my main source of exercise mostly because its relaxing all while being able to pump my heart up and get my quads screaming at me and I think that I am in love with the local trails! This is an exercise that was a pipe dream for me just a couple of years ago and here I am out there almost every day riding my arse off figuratively and quite literally also. I didn't stop much so I didn't get many photos of today's ride but as I sit here typing this out I am still relaxed and I have been done with that ride for about 6 hours now so its giving me more than just a great workout.


A shot at the trail head before starting down the path.

My day has gone well all around, My calories are where they should be as of right now, I have drank more than enough for the whole day and obviously I got some exercise into my day, today has been what I would call a perfectly healthy day. There was in fact a hitch or two along the way though but I am ok with them and will fix whats wrong and keep on chugging, before I get to that here are some of the photos that I did manage to take today.


This was I want to say about 7 miles into the ride, I hadn't taken many pictures yet so I figured it was a good spot.


A mile later I came to this ominous tunnel! which wasn't really very ominous besides the horse turds littered through it, do horses like to $hit in the dark I wonder?


This was the 9 mile mark and the end of where I had decided to ride to, this one could be an ad for K2 bicycles I think.


17.94 miles when I got back to the trail head, this is my longest at one shot ride to date.

I was thirteen miles into the ride rolling along at 17 mph on a LONG downhill section and up ahead I saw two older gentlemen pulled to the side of the trail with a tire off of one of the bikes, I slowed down almost to a stop, asked if they had everything they needed to fix it and they did so off I went. Wanting to take advantage of this downhill section I start hammering down the hill again standing on the pedals and I feel my right foot slip to the outside of the pedal but keep going when bamn! the pedal went soft and felt bent. Looking down I could see that the pedal was broke and here I am 5 miles from the trail head so I just babied the bike the rest of the ride and when I say babied I mean going 14 mph instead of 17 but it was the plastic on the end that had broken and the stud was just fine...and I don't mean me, I mean the pedal stud so that was issue one.


Cheap resin pedals plus a 300 pound fella hammering down a trail adds up to broken pedals.

The second issue happened when I got home and started cleaning the dirt and horse $hit off of the bike, I was lubing the chain and cassette and wasn't paying attention and got some of the lubricant on the rear brakes. I am unsure if there is a way to sand the pads or scuff the contaminant off of them or if I will need to replace the brake pads all together, this is my first bike with disk brakes so there is a learning curve I suppose. For now the bike is parked until I can figure out the brakes and get a new pedal set that is NOT made of resin or plastic because at 300 pounds and the fact that I enjoy hammering down these New England trails apparently they just ain't gonna cut it.

Today was a day that would have only been a dream at 500 pounds and as I was cruising down the trail I found myself thinking about just that. The time in my life where even walking 1/3 of a mile was struggle is still a fresh memory in my gray matter and here I am riding 18 miles down a trail through the woods on a bike, I can honestly say that I am impressed with myself as I write this.

Impressed, satisfied and a with a smile on my face is how I end this post.

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SIMPLE_TAILOR 10/11/2010 8:09AM

    And the smile is well-deserved.

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ZSAZSAJANNY 9/27/2010 8:17PM

    Wow, what a feel good blog! Isn't it wonderful what we can actually accomplish when we set our mind to the task?

I can just feel the pride you felt at your accomplishment thus far because I have a sneaking suspicion that you aren't finished yet!! Continue to find and revel in that wonderful joy found in something as simple as riding a bike on a beautiful day!

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VEMAN1 9/25/2010 12:31PM

    Yeah, a stud like you wouldn't break on an easy down hill portion. Great Blog as usual. The weather is a bit tough on biking this morning, a bit foggy to challenge the trails!
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CATLADY52 9/25/2010 12:13PM

    And you have impressed and amazed several of your readers I am sure.The thought of going on a one mile jaunt impresses me as I have never owned a bike that I could take out for even that far. Living vicariously am I but I still have an active imagery going. emoticon emoticon

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MRDPOLING 9/24/2010 7:41PM

    That tunnel looked super scary! I wouldn't have gone in it and that is for sure!!!!

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DEREKCSIMMONS 9/24/2010 1:05PM

    If you're bustin' pedals you must be doing something right!

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PEACHYCYN 9/24/2010 9:55AM

    Good job, sorry about the broken pedals!

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MIDNITE_LADY 9/24/2010 9:34AM

    GREAT JOB Wahoooooooooooo !!!!

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Great job on the bike ride. I am glad to see you have been getting in a lot of exercise and staying in your calorie range. I can't wait to see your "Under 300" blog soon.

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LADY_JOSIELOT 9/24/2010 2:45AM

    I am envious of your awesome trails and bike riding adventures. You're doing so fantastic. Keep it up. :)

- Josie

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TRACYZABELLE 9/24/2010 2:37AM

    Stud **Snork** Well I am sure wifey thinks you are one now! YOU look fantastic!

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HAPPYSOUL91 9/23/2010 10:53PM

    Because of your blogs, I have been looking to buy a bike so that I can ride!

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ASHARON 9/23/2010 8:56PM

    Way to go! looks like a great bike ride. Love the trails.

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CATTI53 9/23/2010 8:49PM

    Glad you had such a great day!
I wonder if nail polish remover would take the oil off the brake pads without damaging them? Just a thought.

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FOXXYROXXYD 9/23/2010 8:42PM

    Sounds like a great day! Way to go!

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DDOORN 9/23/2010 8:21PM

    Kudos to the long ride!

Save your pennies and treat yourself to an upgrade sometime...! You will be AMAZED at the difference in your ride!

Don

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We all have options.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010


Today I will get a post up before I do my workout, a lot of the reason is because I am not sure what I want to do yet! Will it be my regular ride down the trail? perhaps the gym is in my future? or maybe I will go check out a new trail that was shown to me, whatever I choose its great having options. I have been thinking a lot lately about how things were compared to how they are now, knowing all of this that I was missing out on cannot be taken back forces me to appreciate every ride, every run and anything that I can do now because of losing the weight. I eat differently, my daily activities are different and honestly the way that I see things is different too! It really is amazing what dropping more than 200 pounds from ones bones can do.


5.5oz grilled salmon fillet, 3/4 cup cooked white rice, 3/4 cup eggplant, tomato and beans and of course the green tea for a total of 467 calories.

My intake was 1765 yesterday and included a dinner of grilled salmon fillets with a side of rice covered in eggplant, fresh from the garden of course with black beans and tomatoes again fresh from the garden seasoned with black pepper and minced garlic. I got the idea for the eggplant mash from the other Tony that lost a bunch of weight, He used it as a bean salad and I made mine hot with fresh tomato and put it over rice but it was the same general idea and I am glad that I found the idea from him. The entire plate was 467 calories and included 5.5 oz of fresh grilled salmon so to say that it was filling would be an understatement and it let me use a bunch of the eggplant and tomatoes that I still had in the garden so I am happy with it.

Exercise was a trip to the gym where as I said in yesterdays post I did 20 minutes on the stationary bike and 20 on the treadmill followed by a just over 12 mile bike ride which is starting to feel like par for the course to me. The first time I ventured out on a longer than usual ride it felt long and hard, now its just what it is and I enjoy every minute of it, even the hills! My normal rides have been hard and fast all hills and on road but since trying the trail out I am enjoying the longer duration rides and the views are definitely better, in fact I found a nice little fishing spot that I will try out next year when trout season starts up again. I really do enjoy myself with my exercise whether it be at the gym or out on the bike and that's not something that I would have ever expected to say when I began in 2008 so if you are reading this and feel that exercise is not something that you will be able to enjoy try it out for a while and see for yourself.

When a person weighs 534 pounds and is stuck in a couch it is hard to see it but we all have options, we all have the choice to either sit there and rot or get up and at least try to do something about the situation. There is no need to run a mile on the first day but getting up and simply walking a bit can be the first steps to a healthier version of yourself and I would never dare say that unless I believed it and I believe it because I did it. Choosing to get up and make small changes until they became habits which lead to bigger changes and a life full of views that had been long forgotten not to mention the whole not dying an early death thing is a good start.

What are you waiting for? put that cookie down, get your ass up off of the chair and go do something!

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VEMAN1 9/28/2010 5:02PM

    Great blog! Like the eggplant over rice, sounds like a good idea.

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HAPPYSOUL91 9/22/2010 1:37PM

    Love your last comment, and I sure needed to hear it today

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RYANDEJONGHE 9/22/2010 12:20PM

    Hi there! Saw your blog from the New Haven Sparkers site and thought I'd stop by. That salmon looks awesome! I've been looking for new things to try with eggplant. That looks like a great combo over rice. Thanks for posting!

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SAMI199 9/22/2010 11:18AM

    Thanks for being such a great & honest role model!!!
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MRDPOLING 9/22/2010 10:47AM

    eggplant and tomato ... hmmm got to try that!

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CUTIECAT1 9/22/2010 10:25AM

    Agree we all have options - the eggplant and tomato dish looks awesome. Would you share your recipe?

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J3N1971 9/22/2010 10:13AM

    Way to go!

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BREEZY85 9/22/2010 10:06AM

    great blog and the dish looks soo yummy!!!

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If I can do it then YOU can too!

Tuesday, September 21, 2010


It seems that lately I am posting later than normal because of the fact that I am taking advantage of the absolutely perfect New England weather but I am sure that's ok with you since this is a weight loss blog. This morning I headed to the gym early because I knew that I wanted to get a bike ride into my afternoon, I like to split the gym and bike rides a bit so that my metabolism keeps guessing whats next. My day at the gym was relatively easy, I did 20 minutes on a stationary bike and 20 on the treadmill nice and easy like, when I hit publish on this post I will do 100 push ups and no not all in a row. The video that I posted yesterday got me thinking about maybe posting more now that my video cherry is popped and I thought that some of you may be interested in seeing more from the bike going off of some of the emails that were sent in reference to that vid and I made something to make videoing on the bike a little easier.


No more wonky speedometer, that's the distance from my camera test run ride which was a fun ride! But then they all have been lately!

I took the video from yesterday on a whim, I literally whipped the camera out of my pocket and said what the hell and did it, I then debated with myself on whether I would actually post it or not. Riding one handed down a trail at about 10 mph on a mountain bike whilst taking video of ones self probably isn't a great idea in the grand scheme so I made a handlebar mount out of an old reflector and a couple nuts and bolts that I ran out and grabbed last night at the local hardware store. Five minutes after getting the supplies home it was mounted and seems really stiff for what it is, the test video has LOADS of vibration so I think a couple more neoprene washers may be in order to get that down a bit but the test video came out ok so a bit of tweaking and I believe it will work nicely.


This is what I started with.


This is what I ended up with, that wing nut on top is just there to hold the washers on while there is no camera mounted.

I am happy right now with how everything is going for me and my health and I think that starting to ride the trails more often than the streets is a heavy contributor to that state of mind. My intake has been pretty much perfect lately too besides yesterday when I decided to make some red meat for dinner in the way of a probably cloned zeusmeatball.blogspot.com/2008/04/cl
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beef chuck that was slow cooked all day with white potatoes, baby carrots and an onion, the short of it is that I ate more of the beef than I probably should have. Hydration is never an issue with me unless I get stuck out at a fair or something all day and forget to bring enough for myself, I mean you know it gets tiring carrying around a gallon of H2O or tea AND a 46 pound 5 year old! but yeah I am usually always hydrated more than enough.

I was once a 534 pound guy that could not even get out in the yard to run around with the kids or go for a walk with his wife through a park and remembering how those things felt will keep me doing what I need to do for my health. Today I probably did more for my health than I did in the entire year of 2007 and that is quite sad but as long as I keep doing what I am doing I can say with 100% certainty that I am giving my kids a healthy role model so that they may not have to endure some of the things that go along with being (and again really I hate this fuvkin' word) obese. Me my bike and my Salter scale shall walk hand in hand making sure that I stick to the path that will ultimately lead me to my health goals and beyond, it will be so because I say that it will. I wanted to also mention that I have been active on My facebook page www.facebook.com/people/Zeusmeatball
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and have gotten a good amount of interest there lately so if you have a facebook account please don;t hesitate to add me or send me a message there, you know, if you were spo inclined to do so.

I might get more bugs in my teeth now than when I was 500 plus pounds but it just means that I am smiling the whole time that I cruise through the trails on my bike, something that was merely a dream in the old days of me, that's all I got for today.

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SIMPLE_TAILOR 10/7/2010 1:33PM

    You do put those bugs in your nutrition tracker for the protein, right?

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RYANDEJONGHE 9/22/2010 12:22PM

    That is awesome. Great way to mix things up between gym and bike. Keep up the fantastic work!!!

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MSNICHOLS39 9/22/2010 8:29AM

    Hi I've been away from Spark for quite a few months, but I'm back, as of today. Glad to see that you are still here, working hard. I need to get back into it. Luckily I maintained pretty well in my absence, but still have another 100 I want/need to loose. Have a great day.
Andrea

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DIFROMWYOMING 9/21/2010 9:51PM

    The rides sound lovely....I'm still on feet but it still means I can get 'out there' in places I missed for a long time.
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DDOORN 9/21/2010 9:27PM

    Another GORGEOUS biking day today here too!

Didn't ride as much as I would have wanted...just not enough hours in a day! But it was sure mighty FINE being out in that sunshine.

In fact if it is a beautiful day like today and I find myself totally unable to get out and enjoy it...as happened not too long ago, for me it's the equivalent of wolfman being shackled when the full moon comes out...lol! A MOST painful time!

Don

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MILNE81 9/21/2010 4:39PM

    I wish I had a video of some of the metric century ride I did on Saturday. I smiled through the whole 62 miles (ok maybe only 60 - some of those hills were TOUGH). But doesn't it feel great to accomplish something and know that YOU did it. It's great - bugs and all!

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CODEMAULER 9/21/2010 4:12PM

    Bugs in the teeth = sure sign of a happy biker / cyclist
(I had that same thought on my trail ride this weekend. I think the insects know that summer is winding down, so they're getting their last ya-yas.)

My cycling movies would be pretty tame and, if there's sound, would likely be more like an obscene phone call; plenty of panting and groaning. I'll keep your setup in mind, though, should I ever feel like taking an Oscar-worthy ride.

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MRDPOLING 9/21/2010 3:56PM

    bugs in teeth? Nah, just more protein in your diet. hehe!

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