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Thursday, December 31, 2009


Another year gone and tomorrow is just another day in the chain of what I am doing, It is in fact a weigh in day for the blog though and I am kind of excited because I am expecting, hoping for a decent loss so that I can get to a new low since starting down this path. Last Friday I did have a slight up because of some Christmas eating and the Saturday after that it was even higher than what Friday's scale time said but I do believe judging by yesterdays peek that I will get a new low this week. The day brought me 1755 calories, a gallon each of green tea and straight H2O and I did get to the gym last night for a 20 minute ride on the bike and 20 minutes on the treadmill so par for the course as far as days go. Missing the gym today because of some things out of my control and I will just not have the time until after 6PM and my gym closes at 5PM today so it is what it is and I will have to do some calisthenics and stretches at home, I think that I need a rest anyways as I have been pushing myself a bit and can feel it so a day off will probably do me no harm.



I am sure there will be a ton of blogs about resolutions this week, Lots of people will be starting their own life changes with the new year and many will follow through but for a lot of folks it will just be the next attempt to make a difference in their lives that does not pan out. Why? why can't they all pan out? why can't everyone that tries to drop a few pounds or get healthier in 2010 be a success? I wish I knew because if I did I could package that in some nice shiny wrapper behind a blister pack made in china and distributed by one of the Xmart stores and sell it to the masses. It is an everlasting struggle that will have to be dealt with on a constant basis even by the most successful person because conscious decisions will have be made daily where diet and exercise are the topic if any level of success is to be expected or met and that may be the answer right there.

People expect to limit calories to sub one thousand and want to be able to maintain an end weight after they return to double bacon triple patty with extra cheese hamburgers. Some expect to hit the gym hard and then when the brakes are put on and the sedentary life comes back they want to reap the rewards of what they did in the past while going right back to the crap food and lack of movement and again, it just doesn't work that way. In my experience as a fat guy (and I have tried all of the above) the only thing that has worked thus far is to completely change the way that you look at food and nutrition as a whole, eat to live instead of living to eat comes to mind. There are a ton of different approaches that could be taken and some of them work while others are just big steaming piles of bull$hit, it always comes down to the same thing no matter what "program" you choose, Move more eat less! every person that I have ever met or read about that has been successful with weight loss has at the root of it eaten less while moving more and honestly it is that simple and if you don't want to believe me than try what Harvey McDullardsonfengenden did because Jujuberry 7.2 worked like a charm for him zeusmeatball.blogspot.com/2009/10/i-
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Now that the secret is out every single person that reads this should be slim some time in 2010! if only it were that easy eh? A ton of determination is needed as well as some discipline and let us not forget the shake of willpower because all of it is necessary. It's been 2 years since I took my first step and started my way down the road to a healthier me and I am more than 200 pounds lighter for my efforts, if I had never taken that first step I have no clue where I might be today, that first step is the most important one because without it the second step cannot be taken so on and so on.

Tomorrow morning I will weigh in for the blog and I do have a good feeling that the return of the what I have lost items will be back going off of my mid week peek at the scale. Will I hit a new all time low weight tomorrow morning? to be found out I suppose. I am not doing anything exciting tonight besides maybe watching a flick with the love of my life and having a celebratory drink to bring the new year in so I will be weighing in first thing in the am so after the hangovers wear off make sure to check in and see how I did.

With that the end has come to another shenanigans filled episode of as the fat guy turns as well as another trip around the sun. Drink that H2O, move that ass and eat well for it is all that we can do to be as healthy as we can be.

See ya next year!

As Ever
Me

  
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SLMTRACE 1/1/2010 3:12PM

    No better way put!

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HAPPYSOUL91 1/1/2010 8:50AM

    There are so many truths in your words. Thank you for continuing the blog and giving me so much insight.



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DIFROMWYOMING 12/31/2009 6:07PM

    LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT! You are right...from one perpetual 'dieter' to another, PERFECT! You DO need to move more and eat less...pretty simple all around, isn't it? Just HARD...but simple. Unless you can get drunk off sparkling water and cranberry juice, I should be good to go to check in on you tomorrow! Happy New Year!

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MARTHELLE 12/31/2009 5:30PM

    Well said, as usual. Happy New Year!

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ALEXSGIRL1 12/31/2009 4:25PM

    another great blog have a happy and healthy 2010 emoticon

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MSNICHOLS39 12/31/2009 2:25PM

    I agree with the lady who said you should write a book. You really should!


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COUNTRYBUMKIN65 12/31/2009 2:18PM

    AWESOME BLOG!!!

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KASHMIR 12/31/2009 2:02PM

    Botzzz, someday you should take all these blog entries and compile them into a book. You can (and do) teach us all so much!!!

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TESS4U2 12/31/2009 1:17PM

   
Your a trip....Botzzz

Love the ending

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BLUKENTUCKYGIRL 12/31/2009 12:10PM

  This has to be your most motivating blog ever. It is just what I needed to hear. I refuse to go on another diet. Diets don't work. (I've finally found that out.) I'm going to take that first step and make a lifestyle change, just as you did. I have followed your blog for over a year now and I know that if you can do it, so can I. You are proof that with consistency and perseverance, it is possible to reach that goal.

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LAURIE5658 12/31/2009 11:59AM

    Botzzz, THANK YOU so much for allowing me to be a part of YOUR Spark journey. You have taught me so much about patience and perseverance in this dang weightloss thing MORE than you will ever know.

Here's to a great and fantabulous 2010, my friend!!!

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DENISE245 12/31/2009 11:49AM

    Loved it...you are so, so, so right! Thanks for sharing it. emoticon

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Hamster wheels and Cigarettes?

Wednesday, December 30, 2009


Tuesday could not have gone better where being healthy goes, I ate 1715 calories, drank 1 gallon of green tea and a gallon of straight H2O intake was pretty much flawless. Getting to the gym was a jump through a couple of hoops but I did get there albeit a little later than usual I had a pretty good workout but I do have sort of a gym rant that I wanted to talk about. I am really expecting to hit a new low weight this week as I am really being strict with myself with the intake and making sure I drink enough, I even made a salad adder upper thingy in an excel sheet where I can input the ounces of each ingredient and it shows me the calories as a total for the salad at the bottom of the equation and I have been using it almost every night I have had a salad with dinner or as dinner since making it. When I am strict with myself I usually see results go figure! who wouldda thunk? on top of the eating well and balanced I have been at the gym like its my job and today may be the first day that I have to miss but thats ok because if I do I am planning on doing some calisthenics throughout the day and perhaps one of Wifys yoga DVD's.



Onto my small gym rant, Yesterday I arrived at the gym slightly later than normal and it seemed to make a difference because there was a lot of people there, straight to my bike per usual and I set it up to my liking and turned on Rachel Ray, two minutes in a funk comes wafting towards me. Not unusual to get some stank in the air at the gym right? wrong! this smelled like someone was dicing onions into their pockets and as unappetizing as the smell was perhaps someone had come from lunch straight to the gym so no worries, the guy moved to a different machine shortly after I got on my bike and on I rode.

After the bike ride it was time for some weights which felt good to do because I had been doing heavy cardio for the past couple gym trips, onto the treadmill I go. Gazing up at the line of treadmills selection was slim as the gym was pretty packed so I find an open Hamster wheel for me to walk on between a girl running her heart out and a fellow walking briskly and set up but I smell cigarettes almost as soon as I set the treadmill up. My initial thought was "why would someone smoke on their way to the gym?" followed immediately by "I can't stay here" so I looked around and saw another open treadmill across the gym and I hit stop and B lined for that other hamster wheel. Again I set up but again an odor! the distinct smell of Windsong perfume and I only know what it is because my mother wore this her entire life and I really dislike the way that it smells but it was better than cigarettes so I stayed and finished my workout next to the very fragrant older lady on the next treadmill over. I suppose I just don't get why someone would smoke on the way to the gym or drown themselves with enough cheap perfume to gag a French hooker and I don't mean...er yeah, the onion guy gets a pass because it WAS lunch time but C'mon people its the gym! close proximity to other people breathing heavily is to be expected and strong smells are not really recommended, rant off, I just had to share that with anyone reading.

I cannot help but to keep thinking back to when I started off just about two years ago and comparing the level of fitness that I had then and now and the stark contrast of the two. If I had not decided to change the way things were I may still be sitting bitter in that old leather couch that had the shape of me in it wondering why anyone would want to go for a walk instead or playing a video game while eating a whole bag of doritos. From that to what I do now, eat well, drink much and exercise daily I cannot reiterate enough that its a mindset that got me started and a lot of hard work is keeping me in the direction that I need to be heading in and I have to admit that the "hard work" is more and more becoming something that I enjoy rather than "work" at all. I enjoy the foods that I eat, I enjoy the tea that I drink and exercise is my down time and quickly becoming what I want to do all of the time. Taking a ride on my bike is what I want to do in my free time or going to the gym to work out cigarette guy or not I enjoy being there and seem to get a high or a buzz after a good solid workout which is an added benefit to the whole losing weight thang.

With that the end has come to another mind blowing episode of Fatman and Blobin so be sure to tune in tomorrow to see what adventures get tossed at the big man.

Keep on keepin on and all that.

As Ever
Me

  
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VEEJAY3 12/31/2009 10:28AM

    The Eau de Success smells GREAT on you, though!

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PUMPKINFACE73 12/31/2009 9:11AM

    my Grandmother used to buy me Windsong every year for Christmas, I just got rid of it all about a year ago, had many, many unopened boxes if that stuff, I dont like it at all. I got that gift every year for making the mistake when I was about 10 and telling my grandmother she smelled nice..nice for Grandma but not for me.

Happy New Year Chuck!

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BIGGIRL2082010 12/31/2009 1:11AM

    Heh. The nose is a mighty powerful organ - I tend to ignore smells, otherwise I'd never complete a workout! :)

And here's to the end of another awesome year and the beginning of yet another fabulous one!

Cheers,
Maya


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DIFROMWYOMING 12/30/2009 8:48PM

    Fortunately I am still exercising at the wellness center at the hospital, so all I smell is old people and bengay! emoticon

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ZIRCADIA 12/30/2009 6:56PM

    I HATE HATE HATE perfume overload, but especially in the gym. Honestly, I've never experienced any other smells that were too overwhelming, but the perfume just gags me.

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SIMPLE_TAILOR 12/30/2009 5:16PM

    Guess I never really thought about the strong smells like that, but I can really see where they would bother you, especially the cheap perfume.

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KASHMIR 12/30/2009 4:30PM

    Oh Man...you just brought back a memory from my old gym, and the man who would come in smelling like he bathed in cologne every night! I was always like you with the cigarette smoke scent...I could NOT workout anywhere near him, I would feel ill everytime i tried.

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SPARQUEE 12/30/2009 11:39AM

    I love your positive determination attitude. It inspires me. Thanks for sharing.

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1972ROSES 12/30/2009 11:30AM

    I love that after all this time, I can feel your determination to get down to that next low number. Rock on, my friend.

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AXISLADY 12/30/2009 11:19AM

    While I don't work out as you do - I agree - just walking gives me such a high, such a sense of accomplishment and I feel so good afterwards. So energized. Absolutely love reading your blogs! happy New Year Bozz!

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HAPPYSOUL91 12/30/2009 11:05AM

    Yup, health certainly is our 2nd job. Smells bother me a lot and onions/garlic ugh but at least you got to move around and find other equipment.



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SWEETZMIX 12/30/2009 11:03AM

    My friend, the gym will be like this until Feb...usually Feb it will slow down. So it's going to be packed b/c everyone is going to get in shape for New Year's, so you will not smell your normal smells.And the more people that are there are just going to stink up the place. Enjoy your workout in the house. I find it nice to do something different, like a walk, or workout in the house...something fresh.

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PRUPLEBEAR 12/30/2009 10:58AM

    Ha! I am not sure why anyone would put any on perfume before going to the gym. Sweet and perfume never mix that well. How well....glad you got your work out in!

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BAKER1009 12/30/2009 10:51AM

    Enjoyed your blog. Sounds like one smelly trip to the gym. I use the small gym that is offered in the apartment complex I'm in, and I swear I'm the only one that ever uses it...so it's kind of become like my own gym :)

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LWINTER 12/30/2009 10:41AM

    Botz,

You're such a funny guy, always make me laugh! I'm one of those anonymous folks who subscribe to your blog & keep up with your progress, but rarely comment. Just want to let you know you are an inspiration to me and many others!

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Lauren

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Two years worth of weight loss, what a change.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009


Monday went over without a hitch, I ate 1710 calories and dinner was a giant salad I got to go to the gym later than usual but I went none the less and I drank about 2 gallons of straight H2O and maybe a quart of green tea. I went in and added my weights for the past 5 months into my excel spreadsheet graph yesterday and it shows a fast drop for the first year and then the grade gets less extreme for the second year but downward still. The plan is to make that sloping downward line to hit a deeper drop for the next couple months so that I can get to that ever elusive sub 300 pound line that has been drawn in the sand.

Thinking back I still can't believe that I was where I was and how far I have come is amazing to me because honestly I am healthier than I have ever been in my life, almost. What I mean by almost is that there was a time in my life that I was stronger physically from lifting weights, there was a time that I could run what I figured to be a mile and there was even a brief moment in my life where I was a vegetarian but none of those things were all at the same time. I am right now definitely not as strong as I once was but we're getting there, I eat better now than I ever have and we're working on the running. I can say with 100% certainty that I feel healthier than I ever have, I am smaller than I was when I graduated high school and soon enough I will be everything that I want to be all rolled into one package and will have myself to thank for it.


Click this image for a full sized graph. (the clickable large graph can be seen on my blogspot page at zeusmeatball.blogspot.com/ )

My best friend and I were talking the last time that I seen him and I told him that I wish someone would have told me that all I would have to do is consistently eat good and exercise years ago (not like I didn't know deep down inside anyways) and maybe I would never have made it to 500 plus pounds. When I said that he looked at me and said that all it took was a little girl to get me to realize what I needed to do and that I am way too stubborn to have listened to anyone back in the day, and he was right because I can remember people trying throughout my life to at least mention to me that I should do something about my weight. My mother offered me a dollar per pound that I lost when I was about 13-14 years old but still we ate fried foods and treats all of the time so though the offer was a good one for me it wasn't enough. The point that I am making is that we need to decide ourselves that its time to take control because no matter how many people say it no one wants to be told what to do even if we know the advice is sound.

I am hoping that my good eating habits will rub off onto my children and they never have to struggle with weight because in this world isn't it a silly thing to have to deal with when simple good choices will stop the whole train wreck? I am already impacting my children and people around me that see what I have done and am doing where exercise is concerned, my wife has joined the gym with me, my kids are always doing random exercises and asking to go for bike rides and other people have started eating better and exercising as well, its a win win all around. Every Thursday my daughter comes home from school and we compare what we each did at "gym class" and this is one of my favorite times of the week because I get the feeling that she really enjoys these talks and perhaps I will never have to offer to pay her a dollar per pound lost ever in her life time, which makes me think, my mom owes me $206!

Today will be another successful one and I have a sitter for the gym so I won't have to go tonight again like I did last night. I will predict that I will have a new low weight come Friday and we may see the return of the "this is what I have lost" pictures again, let us hope anyways! actually let me rephrase that because hoping for something to happen and doing everything in our power to make it happen is two completely different things.

I leave you with a visual today, well sort of, a visual that you will have to close your eyes and imagine for now as I have not taken the photo yet but I have lost 41 five pound bags of sugar so far! now imagine carrying that around with you 24 hours per day 7 days per week 365 days per year..... yeah, it was no party.

As Ever
Me

  
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JBMT08 12/30/2009 9:06AM

    OMG, I cant wait to see your pics!!!! You are doing so well, and I look forward to reading your thought provoking blogs! Thank you so much for inviting us into your world, and sharing all trials and tribulations for life on the renew track!!
Joni

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HOGGERS 12/30/2009 3:17AM

    I just joined SparkPeople and this is one of the first posts I've read - just brilliant and a real inspiration !

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DIFROMWYOMING 12/29/2009 9:57PM

    Wonderful!

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SIMPLE_TAILOR 12/29/2009 8:36PM

    I am so looking forward to seeing your what I lost pictures.

The question is are you going to go to the grocery store and stack 41 bags of sugar on the floor and snap a picture?

Sounds like a fun thing to do.

ttyl

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ALEXSGIRL1 12/29/2009 7:24PM

    good blog. emoticon emoticon

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THEGORGESBLONDE 12/29/2009 6:04PM

    Good for you for keeping up the motivation when the rate of loss became less. Still, you're on the right track and that's the important thing.

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THOMS1 12/29/2009 11:55AM

    Thanks Botzzz, I needed to see this blog today. I thought with the holidays here I was really prepared but alas, I overdid. Back on track now and will persevere. emoticon Have a great 2010. emoticon

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DACIUS 12/29/2009 11:28AM

    I wish I listened to my friends when I was climbing the weight charts. But I ignored them, my wife, my family, everyone.

You made the personal choice to change. Rock on.

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LAURIE5658 12/29/2009 11:14AM

    I am truly looking forward to 2010 and see what Sparking brings you. This may just be a very VERY monumental year for you and I cannot wait!!!!!

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OBSHORTIE 12/29/2009 11:09AM

    Great blog! Very insightful and empowering.....congrats on what you have accomplished so far!

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CYANI48 12/29/2009 11:06AM

    Congrats to you my friend! You are a kick in the butt for me (in a good way). It's so motivating to see what you have accomplished.

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SWEETZMIX 12/29/2009 11:06AM

    I just enjoyed this blog. I enjoy all of them. You are amazing. I think 2009 was a time to learn for us. You know, we knew what to do, but we had to struggle to keep with it. 2010 I shall see you at your goal! And I think it would be hilarious to remind your mom about the money she "owes" you lol.

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A new man two years in the making.

Monday, December 28, 2009


Two years ago at this time I was afraid that I would not have much longer here on this planet because of weighing way more than I should have. I had no clue what I weighed but my best guess was close to 600 pounds as I had not found a scale that could give me a straight answer at the time unless I wanted to go to a stone yard and hop on the scale that they weigh the trucks with. It had been days that I was online looking into what it took to get a weight loss surgery and I was as close as I have ever been to deciding on getting one of those surgery's and then I saw that death could be a side effect of having it and something clicked inside me an a decision was made, I have to do something before the choice is made for me in the way of a heart attack.



I was 534 pounds at my highest weight and today I am more than 200 pounds lighter just 726 days later and most of that weight was lost in the first year. Seven hundred twenty six days, that sounds like a long time if you look at it that way but really its not long at all and besides death lasts a lot longer than that so what was the alternative really? This time of year seems to get people all fired up to make a resolution and lose some weight "This is gonna be my year!" but 2 years ago was my year to mean it. I have re-learned how to fuel my body or should I say that I have learned how because what I was doing was not what I would call anything more than gorging myself at every meal just because I could. Contrasting my life back then to who I am now, how I live now and the latter is much more fun I have to admit because right now even at around 330 pounds I am not limited in any way that I notice. I run, I ride a bike, I walk, I go to the gym almost on a daily basis and things where my health are concerned are all where it should be and getting better daily and all because I decided to make a change in what I was doing.

I hate thinking about where I might be if I had not decided to get my $hit together and the answer can scare me if I think about it for too long. At 534 pounds how much of that can a persons body really take? how long can a body last as it pumps blood through a huge body that is literally more than twice as big as it should be? I didn't want to find out. Today for whatever reason I was thinking back to those days where it took a plan to get upstairs to use the bathroom, I literally had to time it so that I would go upstairs the bare minimum amount of times because of the fact that my heart felt like it would explode on any given trip up the 13 stairs in my house and I am honestly happy that I got my arse in gear and did this.

I am glad that I can still remember how it felt back then at more than 500 pounds because some day I know that it will fade away and whatever weight I level off at will be my weight and be what I know and remember but right now it makes me grateful for what I have done. Some day I will show my Daughter a photo of me at 500 plus pounds and she will not believe that it was me and I can thank her for her role in me doing this. Some day I will meet someone that has never seen me heavy and I may show them a photo of me at 500 plus pounds and they will not believe it and some day hopefully I will get to walk my daughter down the isle because I made the decision to get healthy and change the way that I think about food and my health.

I am stronger than I have ever been in my life and I do not mean physically, We all owe it to ourselves and to the ones that we love to take care of our health.

As Ever
Me

  
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ZENMIND7 12/29/2009 1:04PM

    Congratulations on your transformation to a healthier you! Thank you for sharing this.

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TXLIZWOLF 12/29/2009 9:03AM

    As you well know, I am going to say WOW! That is a huge difference in two years. I cannot imagine how much better you must be feeling today. I only lost 40 lbs, and the difference is incredible - how much more must it be for you. I am very happy for. You have achieved a whole lot in two years!! My utmost respect!


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BILLALEX70 12/29/2009 8:00AM

    I'm sure that by now one of us would be 8-feet under; add 2-feet for the 60"+ waist. emoticon

But, here we are healthier, happier and setting better examples for our children. Time be damned; I'll reach my goal when I get there. People give up way to easy and that's why there's so much yo-yoing.

Best wishes for 2010!

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JOPAPGH 12/28/2009 10:32PM

    Cngratulations on an amazing 2 year transformation!! emoticon

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LAB-LOVER 12/28/2009 10:25PM

    All I can say is "WOW!" -- congratulations on making a huge life change. I recently had my first experience of talking with someone who never knew the fatter me. They said "I've always thought of you as a thin person." You could have picked me up off the floor I was so stunned! This WILL happen to you and it will be a sweet moment to savor!

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SIMPLE_TAILOR 12/28/2009 10:11PM

    This is full of great points. I am so glad that I did this as well.

What was the real turning point for me was putting on my suit. I would put on my shoes first because I was worried that when I would bend over that I would split out the pants.

Don't have to worry about that now.

ttyl

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TELERIE 12/28/2009 6:56PM

    I'm so happy to be sharing part of this journey with people like you here on Spark! I for one am really looking forward to 2010 and the coming years of keeping on keeping on!

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MBSHAZZER 12/28/2009 5:56PM

    Thanks for sharing such an insightful reflection. Your page should be required reading for anyone facing down a big weight loss. I don't stop by here often, but you are very inspirational and a textbook case of the RIGHT way to make big changes in life!

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ELFITZPA 12/28/2009 5:49PM

    Thanks for sharing such an excellent reflection. I sometimes think the whole New Year's resolution time is annoying, with people making plans they'll never stick to. So it's so incredibly refreshing and inspiring to look back at the amazing progress you've made. Keep up the great work.

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JEM0622 12/28/2009 5:28PM

    Congrats on making serious change and getting healthy for you...and those who love you too. Keep up the great work. ~Julie

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GLOBALKEEWEE 12/28/2009 5:04PM

    Excellent reflection on how far you have come - and how you will continue to succeed. You will continue to be a huge inspiration for me and others...Thank you!
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KASHMIR 12/28/2009 4:58PM

    Botzz,

I am so greatful you made the changes needed in your life. Otherwise you wouldn't be here to encourage us, and you may not be here to be the father/husband to your family!

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GRAMTOTWO 12/28/2009 4:47PM

    Almost 70lbs down for me this year and renewed commitment to another year with 70 more. It is Spark friends like you that have helped keep me motivated. I never thought it possible but now I know it is. Thank you from the bottom of my Sparkin heart!

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HAPPYSOUL91 12/28/2009 4:12PM

    I like that you are looking forward and making so many head changes in addition to your body.

You are truly an inspiration to me

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FITFATCHICK 12/28/2009 4:10PM

    You are so inspiring! Thank you taking the time to post for all of us!!!



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CATLADY52 12/28/2009 3:53PM

    Your blog reminds me of what we all need to do. Think about the future. Do we want one or not. I know you want one and so do I. Thank you again.

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Christmas weigh in

Saturday, December 26, 2009


Very quickly in the spirit of being consistent I am posting up my weight from Friday morning before I run out to the gym, when I woke up yesterday I weighed in at 330.4 pounds and I kind of expected it as I had a very sodium filled day on Thursday and drank a ton of H2O before bed. Thursday morning I was 329.0 pounds so I know that I didn't gain almost a pound and a half over night so no worries I will see what Monday morning says and go off of that but for now I am updating my challenge weight to a reading of 330.4 lbs because that's what the scale said Friday morning and I did not weigh myself this morning and since I have already eaten breakfast and lunch today a weigh in at this point would be very inaccurate so I am posting Christmas mornings weight.

With that I am out the door heading to the gym so until next time!

As Ever
Me

  
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THEBOOKBINDER 12/27/2009 11:26PM

    Sodium is a killer!

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SNEAKYGREG 12/27/2009 11:18AM

    I think most of us pounded the sodium to much over the last few days

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4A-HEALTHY-BMI 12/27/2009 7:39AM

    Yeah, I pay more attention to the trend line at physicsdiet.com than my daily weights.

Thank goodness for moving averages! LOL

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LAURIE5658 12/26/2009 4:23PM

    I know the feeling, Botzzz. I was 130 yesterday and 131.4 today...hence...the flippin sodium. Dang stuff.

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MUDMOUSE 12/26/2009 2:54PM

    You sound like you're having an amazingly healthy Christmas. Me? Not so much...

I will have a healthy after Christmas time, though..

I am so proud of you!

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