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My bikes, my obsession?

Thursday, January 06, 2011


Its a later than normal post and I have been playing around with some of my bicycles getting them ready for the spring and Craigslist. I believe that I know which ones will be kept for myself and which are going to new riders, maybe I don't but it dawned on me that I have photos of each of the bikes that I have and thought I would do a more bike kind of post since I had a minute. When I was 500 pounds there wasn't a chance in hell that I would have been able to take a spin around the block on a bike and since losing the weight I am well..I'll just say it, addicted to messing about with older bicycles. It all started with an idea and a walk through a sporting goods store, that idea ended up with me driving home with a brandy new 2009 K2 Zed in my car, from there I was obsessed with bikes again. When I was a kid I had an old Huffy Santa fe' 10 speed, that turned into a Schwinn Super le' tour which ended up getting stolen off of my back porch in the early 90's and that was the last time that I owned a bike until the K2. I thought it would be fun to post up my little collection that I have acquired over the past months since I got a couple inquiries as to "what kind of this or that" do I have lately, so here goes.


The one that started it all my K2 Zed, this was a birthday gift from my wife in June of 2009 I was very self conscious about getting back on a bike because of my size and I even had my father pop off a quick picture of me sitting on it in the store before I bought it for that reason. This picture is exactly how I got it and there have been some changes to the bike since then but I figured it was a good shot so there she is, I started off riding about a 3 mile loop near my house and ended last year with 20 mile runs on the local rails to trails.


I picked this 1991 Schwinn Crisscross up just last week for a decent price and the frame is my size, its a really comfy position when I am on it and I will not be getting rid of this one any time soon. The plan is to upgrade a couple things and make this my secondary ride, or for when I am going to be doing more riding on the street than the rail trail.


From what I can tell this is a 1994 Trek 750 multitrack, I like the way it rides and it fits me but is a little small but it does adjust to a comfortable fit. I was thinking that if it adjusts down to closer to my wife's size that I would give it to her but it may be just a tad too big for her but since she hasn't checked yet I don;t know if it would work, my guess is that it will be just a bit too tall for her. This will likely be up for sale in the spring unless wify ends up liking it but she is more of a hiking kind of gal so chances are it will be on the list of craigs eventually.


I haven't looked into the year too much on this one, its a Trek 220 mountaintrack and is a kids bike, I suppose a small woman could ride it too but its more geared for kids. I thought about giving this one to my son as an upgrade to his bike but his is brand new (a year old) and he didn't seem to like this one so much when I brought it home so again it will probably end up on Craigslist at some point.


This is a 1995 Specialized Hardrock Sport, this frame is way too small for me but the bike is like new! if Wify does want a bicycle this will likely be the one that I make more comfortable for her. There is not a lot that I can say negative about this one besides a broken grip shifter that still works, I rode this one around the lake last week when it was warm and if it was my size I would keep it for sure. I am replacing the grip shift and it will go onto the list of craigs unless wify fancy's it once I have it 100% with the new grip shifter on it.


This one for whatever reason is very cool to me and I can't figure out my attachment to it! its a 1988 Specialized Rockhopper Comp and other than some spots that could use touch up paint rides awesome! I think that its all of the work that I put into it to get it looking good, this thing was covered in dirt, grime and all of the chrome bits were covered in a light rust. I spent more than a couple hours cleaning her up and was the first of my "addiction" after the K2, perhaps that's where the attraction is. It has new tires on it as it sits now (the tires in this image are gone) and its all cleaned up and ride ready, its a bit small for me but it is comfortable, more than likely it will go up for sale come spring but I don't want to let this one go.


Just a small unknown year Murray Legacy, this one will definitely go up for sale come spring, its too small for me, my son doesn't dig the looks or the only 10 speeds and ita gotta go so I can make room for more new old bikes.


Early 1990's Specialized Hardrock sport, I picked this one up last spring and cleaned it up, tuned it up and sold it to my brother in laws girlfriend, She seemed happy with it, I am happy that it got sold so win win for everyone. I was able to sell a bike so this proves that I can do it! so Wify knows that I have it in me to actually let go of a bike and our basement is starting to look like a bike shop between all of the parts I have accrued and the eight bikes that live down there currently not to mention the one in my bedroom.

I may have traded addictions or perhaps just found a hobby that helps me nurture a healthy lifestyle, either way I enjoy playing around with bikes and I like riding them even more. None of my bikes are the end all of high end two wheeled vehicles but they have all in their own way helped me to stay on track in one way or another along the way. As far as hobbies go I will take this one over my Playstation and Final Fantasy 11 online any day but it wasn't the case once upon a time and I am still a Final Fantasy geek even if I don't play online anymore.

That's my fleet? stable? pile O bikes, some I will keep, some will be sold in order to buy more bikes, this is my hobby and it is in fact an integral part of how I am able to keep the weight off. When You love what you do for exercise its not hard to go out there and do it every day, I even for some odd reason miss it if I can't get to the gym and take a ride on a spin bike or a stationary bike, it suits me.

That's all I got for tonight.

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ELYMWX 1/7/2011 2:28PM

    I'm reminded of the quote "there is a fine line between hobby and mental illness". However I don't think you've crossed that line. Yet.

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INIT2LIVEIT 1/7/2011 3:20AM

    Woaw, that's a lot of bikes :)
Enjoy your hobby - might even turn into a new career...?

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DAISY-HIBANA 1/6/2011 11:14PM

    I remember well, my first bicycle that I bought as an adult. I tried dozens of rides before settling on a chrome-moly frame BlackRock. I had it on lay-away at the mountain sports store, paying dutifully 'til I could claim my prize. Making 5.00/hour back then...a 200.00 purchase was my second largest investment (a car came first at 4,495), I still miss it.
Now, I have an X200 Mongoose (with an extra cushy seat :P). Still waiting for the soggy weather to relent a bit here - I hate coming home looking like I wallowed in the pasture. :)
Happy Riding!


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CINCYDORA 1/6/2011 9:45PM

    What a great way to keep your healthy lifestyle going!!

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DDOORN 1/6/2011 9:40PM

    Perhaps a wee tad biased here but...

Couldn't think of a BETTER obsession! :-)

Don

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CODEMAULER 1/6/2011 9:34PM

    Those are some sweet rides! I don't have a heard, but I understand bike love / lust. Just don't let my Gary Fisher know that I look at other bikes.

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Coming to terms with the pain.

Wednesday, January 05, 2011


The gym has been a little challenging lately, not because I am working my ass off therefore I am challenged but because of the treadmill army that seems to have developed. My normal routine usually ends with a 20 minute brisk walk at a mild incline just to slow things down before I walk out the door but lately it has been nuts at the treadmills but I suppose tis the season. The time that I normally go isn't an especially popular time and the gym is relatively calm when I am usually there, no lines for equipment, no waiting and I hope all of these beginning of the year commandos don't last too much longer! which is bad to say honestly because it means more people are working out and that's good right? I am a creature of habit and having to search for a treadmill isn't what I want to do but the fact that I might have to wait for a treadmill isn't going to stop me from doing what I do. In the beginning all I could do is walk and I somehow connect my success with that fact and I try to walk every day as much as possible because of that, I believe that a person that walks in addition to what could be called "a workout" has a leg up on the game figuratively as well as literally!


My virtual bike ride results from yesterday, RPM's are slightly lower than normal and don't pay attention to the heart rate as it was the only time I touched it and I was pedaling about 105 RPM's when I did that! not a bad 30 minutes.

There are people of all sizes and shapes that need or want to lose weight, get healthier or just workout because it feels good! and some of the bigger folks have to struggle a bit more because of the weight. The new season of The biggest loser started last night and of course I watched it as I do each season (I am sure there will be a ton of blog posts about TBL today but hey! its relevant to what I am gonna say!) anyways, there was a fella on the show that weighed if I remember right 507 pounds and he had already lost 150 pounds to get onto the show or something to that effect, anyways to my point. The 500 pound guy got off of the treadmill at one point and said that his leg hurt and it looked like he tossed himself onto the floor of the gym to prove his point (which at 500 pounds probably wasn't a good idea!) he laid there for a moment and then got up and said something like "it feels better now" and I thought about the whole display and how that state of mind is not a good one when facing a challenge like that. At 500 plus pounds guess what? working out is going to hurt! even just walking like that fella was doing, it IS GOING TO HURT, I know this because I lived it.

When I started off and I know that I've mentioned this before I could only walk for roughly 5 to 10 minutes at a time, my back and legs were on fire the entire time, I was covered in sweat and breathing hard enough to suck any unfortunate bird that flew too close into my lungs. At first I thought about how would I continue? this $hit hurts! so the next day I did the same, I walked as far as I could and slowly added length to my walks, then speed and here I am today. Coming to terms with the fact that when you weigh as much as two people that exercising is going to hurt must happen, it is not comfortable, it is not fun but it is in fact a necessity for a healthy life. I don't mean an injury kind of hurt either, that is something different all together but if you expect to walk around and float through the air with the grace of a Gazelle its just not going to happen, we have to crawl before we walk, walk before running and on and on, the graceful part comes later, I hope.

I began this trip to the half three years ago, walking at a two year old girls pace and thought about the day that I would be able to do 30 minutes straight of any kind of cardiovascular workout, that day seemed so far ahead but I knew if I kept going that I would get there and now an hour is par for the course. I wanted to use that excuse of "it hurts" many times, a lot of the time Wify would say in her kindest voice "you should just do it, once your done you can relax knowing that you did it" and she was right so I pushed through it. In the beginning I was in pain almost constantly, I mean sore when I say in pain, I mean my arse hurting from the seat on my exercise bike and the 500 pounds of pressure that was balanced on that small seat for a whopping 10-15 minutes at a time. Coming to terms with the fact that it is going to hurt is as I said key, even now three years later I get sore after an especially hard workout, walking doesn't hurt any more, biking doesn't hurt me at all but a hike can and does leave its mark most times and I do that for fun these days.

Extra weight will not fall off on its own, we have to make sacrifices in order to get into the shape that we want to, pain will be a part of the process, discomfort will be a part of the process and giving up all of that comfort food will also be a part of that process. In my opinion weighing 500 pounds comes with more pain, discomfort and agony than any exercise gave me, I have come to terms with the fact that exercise does in fact at times hurt, I'm done hurting because of my weight so I'll gladly take it.

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XMANDYJANEX 1/10/2011 12:49PM

    At least i know, if i lose all my weight, all 150lbs of it, at least i know my pain will stop. its such a relief to know that. thank you
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MYLIDDLEDALLAS 1/7/2011 11:52AM

    emoticon 'nough said.

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GETBAC2ME 1/6/2011 12:19AM

    I think this is just what I needed to hear. I am just starting and I think I killed myself in the gym the other day however after reading this I guess if I didn't do it in the gym, I would have done it some other place. BUT IN THE GYM COUNTED. emoticon

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CHEPRBYTHEDOZN 1/5/2011 10:44PM

    breathing hard enough to suck any unfortunate bird that flew too close into my lungs.HAHA!!! I laughed out loud at this! Still lovin' your blogs-you're funny and you say it like it needs to be said. No sugar here~~~

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PSMITH3841 1/5/2011 9:14PM

    I'm 14 pounds from my goal weight, and sometimes my workouts are a royal pain in my whole body...especially when I'm amping up to break a plateau! I must admit, there are times when I want to give whoever coined the phrase "no pain, no gain!" a bop in the nose!..Actually, truer words were never spoken! I know, you know, the pain is better than the alternative! Great blog Kiddo! emoticon

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DEREKCSIMMONS 1/5/2011 5:57PM

    Funny, now that I'm down 100+ my comments about getting old sucks because of the pain have stopped. I wonder if I was mis-labeling the source...:). Be strong brother.

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DIFROMWYOMING 1/5/2011 4:06PM

    You are, as usual, right ON with this blog. When someone tells me exercising is exhausting at our sizes I think, well, LIVING is exhausting at our sizes...but exercising means we won't feel like that forever. Eating right isn't always convenient, but as my friend Debbie says, being this fat isn't very darn convenient, either, is it? DDORN said it simpler: Being fat is HARD. Losing weight is HARD. Choose your hard! Amen!

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HAPPYSOUL91 1/5/2011 2:31PM

    I also needed the reminder about pain, when I am in a "flare-up", I want to become a mushroom and just be there. Missed some of your blogs because I got caught in the mess w/Sparks and didn't get anything. But I am back and enjoy your blogs

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TEDDYBEARGIRL 1/5/2011 1:30PM

    I needed that reminder about pain....I deal with pain in everything I do that is just considered daily tasks of life.......I have never looked forward to exercise as that was just something to add to my already pain but you have reminded me that if I choose to go through the pain of exercise one day the every day tasks of life will no longer be painful!

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HEIDIS2NDCHANCE 1/5/2011 1:01PM

    Hey Botzz! I always enjoy reading your blog. Thanks for the constant reminders and for the inspiration to keep working toward our goals. You are amazing!
Hugs,
Heidi

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KELLYC_14FAN 1/5/2011 10:47AM

    What a great read!!!

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DDOORN 1/5/2011 10:39AM

    As the saying goes:

Being fat is hard.

Losing weight is hard.

Choose your hard!

Don

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THOMS1 1/5/2011 10:35AM

    Great blog Botzzz! emoticon

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You wear disgust like a crown.

Tuesday, January 04, 2011


Keep on keepin on, that's what He says right? this Zeusmeatball fella, This is the plan for me, I am on a roll and keeping to that has got to be how it goes down. Talking about myself in the third person now? sort of, a while back I wrote a post as Anthony and of course that is my name and the post was by me (though I think a lot of people missed that part of the post) anyways back to my point. When I started writing this blog I was a 534 pound guy that was unsure about how this run at a lighter version of himself was going to pan out and I took on the persona of this God of the meatball namely Zeusmeatball partially because I thought it was a cool name but also because I wanted to remain relatively anonymous. My blog has evolved a bit since that first day of sheepishly writing down my thoughts for the first time and I now put it all out there as long as its weight loss or health related for anyone that cares to click the link which leads to my little nook on the net and I do it as Tony, or simply sign off with "Me" after each post. I am not even close to the same person as when I started down this road to better health and am finding that hiding behind an alias isn't something that I need to do any more but I like the Zeusmeatball persona so he...er, it stays but know that I am not in the same state of mind as that 534 pound version of myself.

State of mind? where have I heard that before? oh! that's right! its sort of my tag line and is right on the header of the blog and has been there from day one. People have emailed me, left comments for me and have messaged me on my facebook page asking me "how do you do it? how do you stick to losing weight?" or "can you explain to me how to lose weight?" and I mostly just link them to my day 1 post and say start here to see what I did. I don't have no singular answer as to how I did it, in the most basic way I ate less and moved more. I believe that the most important part of any weight loss regimen is getting into a state of mind that will allow us to keep focused on the task at hand no matter what gets in the way. I could tell you stories of woe and sorrow, stress and dismay that has happened over the last few years but this blog is about my weight loss and the efforts because of that, not about my personal struggles outside of weight loss, besides I am sure you have your own battles. In lieu of any of the madness that goes on around any of us we have to keep our minds right, forcing ourselves into a state of mind which dictates that health is one of if not the most important goals each day is key.

Knowing that we are able to do whatever we put our minds to is very important, this isn't something that I was unaware of at 534 pounds but it is harder to push when simply walking to the bathroom to take a piss is a chore. I mentioned in earlier posts that my father once talked about how small fish will routinely attack fish that are much bigger than themselves in an attempt to eat them or defend etc and how they have no idea of their relative size to the bigger fish because they can't see themselves so in essence they think that they are the dominant fish in this clash therefore they are. This state of mind that I talk about is like that in the way that you are what you believe yourself to be, a lazy no good fat ass on the couch with nothing better to do than eat a half gallon of Ben and Jerry's complaining about how bad you have it? well guess how that one ends? Get into a state of mind where you know that nothing can get in your way where your health and fitness is involved, eat properly (yes I said properly) get some movement into your days and focus on that instead of any of the negative and the same can be said about the results. Expecting thin and healthy to just happen, perhaps it will just fall into our laps while we devour a double bacon bacon and pepperoni pie with extra cheese while watching The biggest loser? is stupid, take a look in that mirror and ask which life you would prefer. I can honestly say that I haven't worn a crown in quite some time now and the fact that I am healthier than I have ever been shows where my head is in this game.

If you could see the you that I see when I see you seeing me, you'd see yourself so differently, Believe Me...

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MYLIDDLEDALLAS 1/7/2011 11:47AM

    You are what you want to be? What a concept!!! I totally look forward to your blogs!

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XMANDYJANEX 1/5/2011 5:38AM

    Love you. fab blog. your in my head and your staying there. i need you.
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TRACYZABELLE 1/5/2011 4:06AM

    We ahve all struggled and I am right there with you-- the gains, the feelings that we may never see goal but then we pick ourselves up and just DO IT.. that is waht it is all about-- so what I did not make 100 gone by Dec 31st-- I am ONLY 4.8 aay... I am on the right track.. right there along with you

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PSMITH3841 1/4/2011 8:19PM

    No sugar coating with you, is there! Love It! emoticon

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AXISLADY 1/4/2011 2:05PM

    My focus took a slide. Thanks for re-focusing me.

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BARCLE 1/4/2011 1:07PM

    Another fantastic blog - I'm focused and positive too and guess what??? - wouldn't you know it, I'm seeing the results of my hard work ... funny that! (adding my spark fitness minutes about to go and shower after my run and it's only just gone 7am - woohoo) Some people don't want to hear that you have to get off the couch and move it.
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DEREKCSIMMONS 1/4/2011 12:23PM

    Thanks for the post! When I get the question I just say diet and exercise. The discussion normally ends but the really bold people say no way, you didn't have surgery, etc.

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CODEMAULER 1/4/2011 11:34AM

    I love the little fish analogy! Thanks for helping all of us keep it real and stick to the facts.

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KSIGMA1222 1/4/2011 11:17AM

    I point to my head when people ask me how i did it.

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DDOORN 1/4/2011 11:10AM

    Nothing like laying it out like it is...the plain unvarnished truth!

Can always count on you for that! :-)

Don

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OUTDOORMAMA3 1/4/2011 10:52AM

    What an inspirational & thought provoking blog thanks for sharing Anthony :)

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    Great blog!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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MOCOHOLO 1/4/2011 10:41AM

    Excellent blog! Thanks for your words of wisdom!

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PUCKYGIRL 1/4/2011 10:41AM

    you said a mouthful Zeusmeatball. :)

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DIANE2110 1/4/2011 10:41AM

    Well! Hello Anthony! Nice to meet you! I sure had missed that part when reading your blogs. I guess it's that 'English as a second language' thing but I'm getting there.

Cheers,
Diane : ) ** Make it Happen in 2011 **



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INIT2LIVEIT 1/4/2011 10:39AM

    Your words always find a way to fit into what is passing through my head. Thanks for helping me keep things in perspective!

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Day 1098.. Thats alotta days!

Monday, January 03, 2011


Here here! another year has come to pass and I find myself still chugging along with the choice to live cleaner and healthier at the fore front of my way of life. My blog has always been written from the perspective of a 500 plus pound guy that needed to lose weight to stay alive, to be able to do things that the mere mortals of the world take for granted each and every day and over the course of the last three years I have changed everything about my life. Coming to the realization that I am not 500 pounds any more has been harder than I expected but I think that I am coming around to the fact that I don't get out of breath from the most remedial tasks and that feeling has become the "norm" finally. Losing more than 200 pounds and keeping it off for the last couple years is an amazing feat of determination in my opinion but pushing through a comfort zone has to be a priority for me and the plan is as you know if you have read along is to hit my goal of 275 this year hopefully before April.


My new acquisition, early 1990's Schwinn Crisscross as i picked it up.


Other than a FD shifter that needs some love this bike is in amazing condition, of course the fella could have bypassed wiping it down with WD40 before I got there but hey! I need to go through it anyways so it will get a bath either way.

Helping me achieve that goal is my bicycling hobby, I call it a hobby at this point because I currently own seven bikes ranging from mountain bikes mainly to hybrids and even a road bike. When I bought that first bicycle back in June 2009 I never anticipated it becoming the beginning of a new addiction hobby. Accruing enough bicycles to ride a different one each day of the week wasn't a thought and I am sure my wife had no idea that our house would be full of bike parts and whole bikes when she got me that K2 back in June. Come spring I shall thin my herd significantly utilizing the list of Craigs to move a few to new homes and hopefully make some happy riders for this years riding season. Having a hobby that keeps me moving and allows me to get out there and really enjoy my workouts is nothing but a positive and anyone that knows me knows that I like making things my own so getting a bike on the cheap and refurbishing it is fun for me. This weekend I happened upon a bicycle on Craigslist that I thought the price was decent enough so I emailed the lady and it turns out that the frame was my size and it is sort of a hybrid/cross bike so long story short it was added to the fleet for a mere $35, this one will not be for sale come spring.

I am noticing that I have more posts mentioning bicycles popping up so I may work on a "bicycling" section for those posts to be search-able as I have got a couple hits/emails on the blog because of the bike stuff I have posted. My workouts have completely changed from when I started which through evolution is normal I suppose, where I was only able to walk for 20 minutes and about 1/3 of a mile at a go now walking a distance of 5k is just something that I do because its nice out on that day! My first ride on my mountain bike was about a mile and I had to pull over to ponder whether I should name my bike "Prison sex" because of the apparent violation that took place during said ride and here I am expanding my rides out to about 20 miles these days. I am no where near the same person physically as I was when I first sat down behind my lap top and wrote out my first blog post a defeated 534 pound man who couldn't think of anything else so common sense had to be the plan. With all of that said its time to get back to basics with ye olde blog and I am going to start posting my menu's and workouts more often again as I did in the beginning, I liked having my entire week out there for me to look back on as well as any of you fine people who care to take a peek.

So much has changed for me since making the decision to drop the weight from my bones, coming from a place where walking up a flight of stairs was a chore to where I am now going to the gym 5-6 times per week and riding my bikes 15 to 20 miles per day in the warmer months. Looking into that mirror that leads back to my former 500 pound self from time to time forces me to never forget why I gotsta keep on keepin on until I get where I set out to go and though I don't think that I will ever forget that fella I do know that I never want to wear his shoes again.

The end has come to this episode of as the fat guy turns...

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PSMITH3841 1/3/2011 10:13PM

    Everyone's gotta have a hobby...as long as it makes you happy and keeps you out of trouble, a hobby is a good thing....and your's is healthy too! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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DDOORN 1/3/2011 12:17PM

    Hey which road bike do you have...? Just curious as "road" is my kinda biking! :-)

Don

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NORA-L 1/3/2011 10:53AM

    I've been reading your blog for awhile for inspiration. I'm at 582, down from 672 pounds. I want to be under 472 by the end of the year. My biggest struggle is with finding an exercise that doesn't hurt.

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PUCKYGIRL 1/3/2011 10:37AM

    Send me the old bike. I can't find a good one for my fat a$s. Actually one I like. Maybe to picky. I should be like that with my food. LOL
Your new purchase looks like she wants to go for a ride. When feasible get out there and ride baby ride. Congrats on the new bike.
Barb

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DIANE2110 1/3/2011 10:37AM

    I'm thinking that maybe I'll be looking for a bike to start taking in the fresh air comes spring. I'm still heavy (240 lbs) and will always be short (5'2"). As I don't know the first thing about bikes, do you have any suggestions as to what type I should be looking for? The terrain here is more flat than anything else and I know I won't be going onto the bike trails, at least not this year. I got to learn how to ride all over again. Thanks!

Diane : ) ** Make it Happen in 2011 **

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BOTZZZ is signing off....

Friday, December 31, 2010

Until 2011! hope everyone has a happy and safe New years eve and a great 2011!

Another year down and hopefully another few pounds.

That's all I got for 2010...

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AXISLADY 1/2/2011 4:30PM

    Short and sweet - that's what it is all about. Happy New Year!

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CHEPRBYTHEDOZN 1/1/2011 2:47AM

    Happy New Year,Botzz!! I look forward to following your progress and words of wisdom this new year!

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PSMITH3841 12/31/2010 11:02PM

    Here's to a great, successfull 2011! Happy New Year! emoticon emoticon

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PUCKYGIRL 12/31/2010 7:02PM

    Have a great 2011. Here's to more pounds gone.
Barb

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ELYMWX 12/31/2010 6:36PM

    Happy New Year, Tony! Have a great 2011.

-Bill

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