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Pre weigh in thoughts, what will the scale say...

Thursday, April 15, 2010


Something funny going on with the weight this week because upon waking up this morning I am actually up in weight by about half a pound its more than I was last Friday and that's just not cool. This up on the scale is odd because I have done everything right this week, my calories are in check and I have been to the gym every day this week, the only thing that I can think of that could be messing with me is the fact that I lifted weights on Monday and my chest is still sore a tad and sore muscles usually mean there is some water retention. I am on the fence with what I should do today as far as the gym goes, on the one hand I feel that I should go and beat the hell out of myself on an arc trainer and take a loss on the scale tomorrow with a show of force but on the other side is taking a day off to see if I am over training as I have been getting in some pretty decent workouts this week. It would be too easy to stay home today and knit so of course I will go beat the $hit out of myself in an effort to come in lower tomorrow than I am as of 10 minutes ago but man, what the...

Anyways...nothing good shall come from getting stuck on a slight up on the scale when I know how hard I've worked, I am stronger for the week of exercise and hey! its nor Friday just yet so we shall see what happens. I tried something a little different at the gym yesterday in the way of sprints/intervals on the treadmill, it was different and I knew that I was working out if being out of breath and sweat count as a gauge. I started off at 3.0mph for 2 minutes to warm up and then put the machine at 6.1 mph, yes I know that is hardly a sprint but at just over 300 pounds believe me when I say that its enough! I ran one minute on, one minute off for 6 intervals at 1% incline and then finished the remainder of a 20 minute session walking at 3.3 mph on a 3.5% incline. I liked it! I am adding it to my workouts twice per week and will either increase the number of intervals or the speed as I get stronger at it and I am now starting to get myself quite the little repertorie of workouts that I use regularly.

Wednesdays menu.


Breakfast
7:15 AM
2 cups honey combs 220
8oz 1% milk 110

8:30 AM
1 T peanut butter 95
1 banana 105

12:00 PM
1 apple 85

Lunch
2:30 PM
4oz grilled chicken breast 200
rosemary wrap 100
1/2 oz American cheese 55
onion/tomato 20

Dinner
5:45 PM
4 slices whole wheat bread 280
2.5oz American cheese 275
1 can green beans
60 smart balance
45 diced onion 10

8:15 AM
10oz strawberries 80

A total of 1740 calories for Wednesday which is just about perfect in my book, and I have been upping my fruits and veggies all week because I noticed that I was lacking in that department. Whatever that scale whispers to me in the morning I know that I have done my part this week, if this slight gain stays I feel good about my week, if its a loss, I feel good about the week because in all honesty there was nothing that I didn't do right according to everything that I have done from the get go. My feeling is that its the early in the week weight lifting that's hanging onto some extra fluid weight and once I am not sore any more it will drop down a pound or so and next week I will have a decent sized loss, OR I will have a loss this week, to be found out I suppose.

Tomorrow will be another weigh in for the record book and I am hoping for a loss so that I might be able to post some "what I have lost" images and honestly I am planning on kicking my ass at the gym today and perhaps I will go for a post dinner bike ride as well just for good measure. Making good decisions has become the norm for me and it is inevitable that I am going to come down in weight because I demand it, I insist to my body that it let go of the fat and enjoy the ride that I am taking it on because its just how its going to be and there is nothing that it can do to stop the punishment.

Make sure to pop in and check out the weigh in tomorrow morning because whether its a gain or a loss it will be put out there and into the tracker, will I make that goal of being 300 pounds or under by May 1st? I honestly don't know but what I do know is that I am going to bust my ass trying to get there and that's all that I can do aside from lopping off a limb or something. Thanks for the support and thank you for following along with this fat man getting thin, That's all I got for today.

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Me

  
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COCOMODEAN 4/16/2010 11:28AM

    If you don't lose a significant amount this week, maybe all of your hard work will show up on the scale next week. No matter what, you are doing an emoticon job.

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PTCAKES 4/16/2010 5:22AM

    Doesn't it feel good when your diet is fulfilling and it matches up perfectly with a healthy lifestyle?

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FRANRN76 4/16/2010 3:32AM

    I wih you a great weigh-in. I am totally inspired by ou and your wife. Love the new picture. I am so glad that you both did this together. I am sure that it made it a little easier to stick with. Trying to ge my fiance on board fully, but hes not getting it. I have made some helathy choices for us both by not bringing certaing things in the house and switching to LITe stuff when possible.

I know how it is for the scale not to cooperate. I have been bouning between 333-332-333 the last few weeks. Today I had a break through though. 331 BABY!!!!!

Will check in with you later to see how the weighin goes.

Have a great weekend
Frances

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RIVERCITYTOM 4/15/2010 10:27PM

    Wow you have come a long way. A little bump like this should not get you bummed out. Think of all those times you jumped on the scale and were shocked how much you lost. You have great results...It is so impressive.

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KLEONIKI 4/15/2010 4:53PM

    I will be here...watching, reading, celebrating together with this FORMER fat man who is getting thinner and thinner!
K.

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KLEONIKI 4/15/2010 4:53PM

    I will be here...watching, reading, celebrating together with this FORMER fat man who is getting thinner and thinner!
K.

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SWEETZMIX 4/15/2010 3:45PM

    You know I will be here tomorrow or be square! lol I am not a square.

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CIODLO 4/15/2010 3:17PM

    Keep at it, you've been conquering the scale for well over 200 lbs now, that 1/2 lb has NOTHING on you! You'll obliterate it in very short order! Enjoy your workout today in 'high gear'!

Dora


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MOM2BSA 4/15/2010 1:33PM

    Just remember the actual weight of the food as well. That could account for a slight up on the scale as well. Great work so far!

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ABRIDGESRNC 4/15/2010 1:12PM

    Just keep slogging on - your know it will come off because you are not allowing any other options!

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MYLIDDLEDALLAS 4/15/2010 12:29PM

    I'll be cheering you on, either way! Good luck!

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RONNIEHUEY 4/15/2010 11:20AM

    Half a pound,that's OK.Tomorrow you most likely will have lost more than half a pound.Keep up the good work!

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LEIBROWN 4/15/2010 11:14AM

    Kick some major butt in the gym tonight!

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CAROLYN1213 4/15/2010 10:54AM

    You are doing great! Just a thought on the slight (very slight) gain. I noticed you had four slices of bread and a wrap yesterday and additionally had 2.5 oz American Cheese. Each of those packs a pretty good sodium punch. I have found that on the days I have been within my calorie range and have worked out and still show a gain, it is usually directly related to fluid retention. You also mentioned that you changed your work load on the treadmill. That can cause an inflammation response in your leg muscles. Inflammation is the body's healthy response and is part of recovery. If you would like for the scale to better reflect your effort tomorrow, be sure to keep your choices low in sodium today and consider adding lemon to your water today. Additionally, increase your potassium intake today, it will help flush fluids out.

You are on this! Get it done!

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MRDPOLING 4/15/2010 10:35AM

    If the scale isn't nice to you today... let me know. I got a really big hammer!

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DOGSTARDADDY 4/15/2010 10:22AM

    Hope the scale makes you happy!

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TWENKY215 4/15/2010 10:10AM

    Aw you can get rid of that half by going to the little boy's room. LOL!!! emoticon

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JBMT08 4/15/2010 10:02AM

    Kick @s$ at the gym today!!!!!!!

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SIMPLE_TAILOR 4/15/2010 10:00AM

    If you go to the gym, I would stay with straight cardio. You might just want to stay home and do yoga for an hour with the bike ride.

Of course, it will all come out in the wash in the long run.

Keep it up!!

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PSMITH3841 4/15/2010 9:59AM

    You Go Guy!!!!! It's gonna be down! emoticon

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CRIS76 4/15/2010 9:58AM

    sure like those honey combs, huh :P I don't blame ya! Tasty lil treats....

Anywho - Great blog, as always. I do look forward to your weigh in tomorrow and hope all goes in the direction you desire and deserve.

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DEREKCSIMMONS 4/15/2010 9:45AM

    Have fun with the butt kicking today and good luck with the wiley scale tomorrow!

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GREDHEAD 4/15/2010 9:40AM

    emoticon I also put on some weight within the first three weeks after losing only two pounds - - realized that some of the muscle that was hiding under all my jelly rolls was merely coming back into action. Yes, there has been some water retention, but mostly because I have been over-doing my routines. So, now, there is at the least, one full day where all I do is my ten thousand steps (walking is a godsend for me). Yes, I feel a tad lazy, but I have better recovery time from my full-on workouts now and I stay "up" longer after working out. Give yourself a break and just walk one day - - you will be surprised how great you feel. Don't foget to increase your water intake - it does help flush ones system! Keep on going! emoticon

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DCROCKETS 4/15/2010 9:37AM

    Interested to see how you kick your own @$$ at the gym today and how it affects tomorrow's weigh in. I hope you you are pleased with the end result. Our bodies can be stubborn sometimes, so just keep doing what you are doing. It has no choice but to get smaller. :)

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HAPPYSOUL91 4/15/2010 9:34AM

    Looking forward to seeing what the scale will say tomorrow.

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300 pounds lost and some pictures of the proof.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Yesterday was one of those days for me, you know, feeling a bit run down and early in the day thinking about skipping the gym and ordering a pizza for lunch kind of days. 10:00 am my daughter says "Dada, lets go play" and that tiny sentence from that beautiful little girl changed my whole thought pattern for the entire day because there was a time in my life where I would not have had a choice, the answer would have had to be "I can't" and I am glad that I did something about the weight before it ever had to come to that with her. Those kinds of days come around for everyone on occasion and what we do next is what defines us I believe, I could have sulked in my funk or I could go jump on the bed with my daughter, guess which I did. I had all but decided that I was going to lay low for the day and skip the gym but I was reminded that this is not something that I can do half assed and I ultimately ended up with a great workout at the gym, jumped on the bed for about 30 minutes, well the kid did I just played with her, read about 7 books to her and like I already said had a good day over all.

I cannot think of this better health thang as anything less than something that I must do because before I made the choice to change things daily tasks were not exactly peachy and I struggled to do the most remedial things and I ain't goin back to that folks. Changing the way that I think about health has been the best thing that I could have done and is a critical part of my success as far as I am concerned because without changing the mental the physical is only temporary in my opinion. The physical differences are so amazing to me and I almost forget where I once was until I look at an old photo or an old piece of clothing that seems like it is so big and I can almost not imagine fitting into it yet it was mine. It is amazing for me to look at my more than 5 foot long belt now and know that it was once almost too small to fit me, I have a pair of shorts that I saved that I can stand inside one leg and a shirt that I am sure can fit my entire family in and I look at these things and have memories of completely filling them out.


Thanksgiving 2007, Fat n Happy.


April 2010, 300 pounds lost between the both of us.

That first picture is from Thanksgiving 2007 and I have posted it before Here zeusmeatball.blogspot.com/2009/01/wo
ah-moment-compare-photo.html
with a picture of wify and me in the same shirts on, but its pretty much 2 months before we started eating right and exercising, I was 500 plus pounds and I am not sure what Wify weighed but judging by the looks on our faces we were fat and happy. That second picture is from this past weekend and I am 225 pounds lighter than I was in the first and Wify has lost 74 total pounds to date from her highest weight and that's 300 total pounds between the two of us and honestly, that's just insane! The first picture I have a 6XL shirt on and in the second that is a 2XL shirt, I am still amazed that I can fit into and wear outside a 2XL shirt because the last time that I was able to do that I was unable to grow facial hair. The fact that we have lost 300 pounds together is crazy to me but it shows what can be done with some hard work and dedication to something and all without any surgeries or Miracle diet plans zeusmeatball.blogspot.com/2009/10/i-
found-miracle-diet-plan-you-have-to.html


Every aspect of my life has been enriched from making the decision to drop the weight and get healthy, and I will never say that it was/is an easy thing but I can say with 100% confidence that everything that I do now at just over 300 pounds is easier than it was at over 500 pounds. Every ounce of blood sweat and tears, yes there have been tears were worth the results that I have gotten so far and I am not even close to finished with this process, I have weight goals that I need to reach, I have weight lifting goals that I want to reach and I have over all fitness goals that must be reached so I will be here for a good long while whilst I get there.

Move more, eat less and drink a plenty, this is what I do, this is my mantra and if you want it you can have it as well.

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Me

  
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ETPHONEHOME9092 5/1/2010 9:57PM

  Congrats! what an inspiration. Thanks

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MAMAFEELGOOD 4/25/2010 10:07PM

    That is utterly amazing. Trust me when I say I will be referring back to this blog over and over again for inspiration. You Rock! emoticon

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MELTEAGUE 4/22/2010 7:32PM

    Congrats !!!!! well done!


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SCHILDRESS1 4/22/2010 11:53AM

  Wow that's awesome. Congratulations to both of you!

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HIGHDESERTDONNA 4/22/2010 8:14AM

    Ah, dude, this is one of the best blogs ever! Absolutely amazing, I am so proud of both of you, you inspire all of us. Thank you for sharing!
Hugs, Donna
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SHIRLS2010 4/22/2010 5:17AM

    I love your mantra - I'll adopt it. Thanks for the inspiration emoticon

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SHAWWB 4/21/2010 1:01PM

    Amazing and very inspirational. That is quite an achievement. Kudos!!

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MOMSLIM 4/20/2010 3:24PM

    Very, very cool amazing! Keep at it and proud of both of you.

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    You are emoticon
I still find it hard to believe you were over 500 or that you are now 300... you don't look it in that pic... you must be tall!
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CAMANDMAYASMOM 4/20/2010 1:17PM

    WOW! That's all I can say!! Just WOW!! that's beyond awesome!! Congrats to the both of you for making such a great change in your lives!
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HOPE4LIFE2 4/20/2010 12:58PM

    WooHoo!! What an inspirational story! Your story will keep many people motivated to keep on keepin on! Thank you!!

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CASE4GRACE 4/20/2010 11:04AM

    YOU TWO ARE AMAZING! What an inspirational couple. You have a great attitude and are great role models. Thanks for sharing!

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HULLAF 4/20/2010 10:09AM

    Keep up the GREAT work! You are an inspiration to me, and to others. Woo hoo!

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BZYBOYSMOM 4/20/2010 9:59AM

    Amazing, inspirational, the stuff heroes are made of! emoticon emoticon

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WATCHMEGO2 4/20/2010 9:41AM

    Congratulations on your accomplishments thus far, you both look amazing.

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SAMSPARK1 4/20/2010 9:26AM

    GREAT job by both of you! You are setting a wonderful example for your daughter!!!!!!!!! You are so right about having to change the mental and not just the physical!!!!!! Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

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THINKINGTHIN08 4/20/2010 8:44AM

    Very awesome!!! Thanks for the inspiration!! :-D

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WANNABE751 4/20/2010 8:35AM

    Amazing. I can't wait to get to the stage where I can say "Thare are still goals to be met". You are both inspiring, thank you for the post. emoticon

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LOSINGJESS 4/20/2010 8:34AM

    wow you both look awesome!... keep it up!

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330POUNDWOMAN 4/20/2010 8:21AM

    Amazing! Congratulations to you and your family for taking control of your health and jumping on the bed with your daughter, how sweet it is to play with our children!

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PAISLEYART 4/20/2010 12:22AM

    That's fantastic!!! WTG! emoticon

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HEEMI_BAYBE 4/20/2010 12:19AM

  dude, i started my journey 2 days ago...itas peepz like u that i need to talk with...i am 103ks and my beer gut is crazy gross!!! im gonna subscribe to your blog and add you if u dont mind...Its good to know i am not the only one crying (and its only been 2 days lol)
oh well look forward to hearing from you

Heemi

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SPARKANN 4/20/2010 12:00AM

    You inspire me!!!

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DIANE7786 4/19/2010 3:48PM

    Congratulations. I wish you both continued success.

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RAINBOWFALLS 4/19/2010 9:22AM

    Super job to both of you!

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SPOILTDIVA 4/19/2010 3:41AM

    Truly inspiring! emoticon

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ROUGE282 4/19/2010 1:24AM

  Congratulations! I always wondered if someone could come back from such a serious weight. Good luck and keep going!

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STARSHINE119 4/19/2010 12:57AM

    Good for both of you! Great Job!! Very inspiring.


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ONECOOKIETWO 4/19/2010 12:20AM

    Wow! Congratulations. Now I bet you are less fat and more happy!

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FLAMINGOLESLIE 4/18/2010 11:49PM

    Y'all are both totally emoticon! Such a great inspiration! Thanks for sharing your journey with us!-Leslie emoticon

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    Yay!!!! Great work, you guys! Keep on keepin' on! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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MOM-OF-SIX 4/18/2010 9:08PM

    You two look AWESOME!! I'm going to show your blog to my husband to help inspire him. I started on SparkPeople 2/2/10, but have always exercised and ate better than him. I'm hoping to lose at least 50 lbs (ten gone already) and I know he has at least that much. Thanks for the inspiring & positive blog! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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MARYMAC45 4/18/2010 8:49PM

    Fantastic and thanks for sharing. emoticon

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MOCNVW23 4/18/2010 8:20PM

    Way to go and thank you so much for sharing your story. Your success story couldn't of come at a better time for me. I had lost 18 pounds and with some medical issues, family problems, and depression, I fell off track and didn't care anymore. I have started feeling a little better, still struggling with the depression some, but knew that I during that month of not caring I was just hurting myself even more. This past Thursday I decided that I had to do my best to get back on track, and start following the healthier way of living. First day was pretty good, Friday and Saturday were total flops. I kept hearing the little voice in my head saying negative things to me ( give it up, you have been at this for 13 yrs, if you haven't been able to do it in all that time, you never will, so eat what you want and enjoy).

Then I came across your blog. Reading your story, and how your daughter changed you thoughts and your day, and then seeing your before and after photos of you and your wife. It really made me realize that I have to do this and I need to do this. If not just for myself, but for my kids and hubby to.

Your story and success is a huge motivator for me as I am sue for others.

Thank you again for the motivation, and for sharing. You and your wife are doing a wonderful job, keep up the great work. You both look great.
Missy

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MRSMELVIN1 4/18/2010 7:44PM

    Way to go..

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OCEANTOOCEAN1 4/18/2010 7:37PM

    Way to go, congratulations to you both. You truly are an inspiration to us all out there. emoticon

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CT1954 4/18/2010 6:22PM

    What an inspiration you both are. It really hepls to know that with SP I can lose the 100+ I need to lose. Thanks for the blog and especially the pics. emoticon

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MISSIONGLAMAZON 4/18/2010 5:17PM

    Congratulations to you and your wife! You are an inspiration to those of us who are also on this journey.

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SIOBYONE 4/18/2010 3:59PM

    I love seeing before & after pics- very inspiring. Congrats & here's to making a lifelong change! I'm trying to get my husband on board right now, but unfortunately he doesn't seem ready to take the plunge. I do all the cooking though, so at least he will be benefitting from healthier meals even if he still eats high calorie/high fat snacks. Maybe after he sees me making some progress he will be inspired to give it a try.

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MERILEA 4/18/2010 3:44PM

    You both look incredible! :)

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  Thanks for sharing your amazing story. Stay happy, the best is yet to come.
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IMAPARROTHEAD 4/18/2010 10:25AM

    Amazing accomplishment! Such a spectacular journey together! You both look wonderful, and still happy!!!

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BRANDIGINN1983 4/18/2010 9:44AM

  That is incredible! You guys are amazing!

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    That's amazing!! Great Job! emoticon

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YOU make the decisions..

Tuesday, April 13, 2010


Heading into the week full on and expecting to have at least a decent loss come Friday I am on track to do so thus far if my intake and exercise is the gauge. Getting right to it I made it to the gym yesterday and did 25 minutes on the stationary bike, 30 minutes on the treadmill and 40 minutes of weight lifting and I feel good about the workout. My intake was 1730 calories total and I drank, um, I lost count at almost 3 gallons, yes I said 3 gallons, I was up in weight Monday morning from my off kilter Sunday intake schedule and wanted to sort of flush the system and make sure that hydration was not an issue so that I did. After dinner we made it out for a walk while my daughter rode her new bike so it was more like a walk/jog along with her and was about 1.25 miles total so that was relaxing, but enough about that have a look at yesterdays menu.

Breakfast
7:15 AM
2 cups honey combs 220
8oz 1% milk 110

8:30 AM
banana 105

11:45 AM
zone bar 190

Lunch
2:45 PM
2 slices wheat bread 140
4oz turkey breast 100
1 T miracle whip 40
1oz chips 75
4oz baby carrots 45

4:15 PM
apple 85

Dinner
5:45 PM
1 hard roll 180
4oz turkey breast 100
1 T miracle whip 40
1.5 oz light chips 110

8:30 PM
Yoplait yogurt 110
10oz strawberries 80

Making my way towards a healthy weight one day at a time I am getting closer to that coveted 2XX weight that I seek and I have a good feeling that it will be sooner than later that it shows up on my scale. If you think that its an impossible task to lose a massive amount of weight and keep it off you have to get past that overwhelming feeling and push through, if I had stopped at my thoughts about how impossible it seemed I don't know where I might be today. It is not easy, it is not a walk in the park but I can tell you that all of the hard work that goes into a healthy lifestyle comes back ten fold in the rewards that are there for the taking when success comes. The hard work starts feeling less like hard work and more like just the way things are and I think its at that point when we start feeling more normal and I can see just how clear of a line there is between living healthy and living the way that a 500 pound guy has to be living to maintain that weight because it is night and day.

You can drop the weight, you can get healthy and you do have the willpower to make it happen, the biggest question is will you take your health into your own hands and make that choice to live a life that is full of what you want, or will the choice be to sit back and feel bad for the situation. I chose the latter for all too long and it got me where I was, the choice really does fall on my shoulders to make sure that it does not happen again and every time that I look into a mirror I can blame that fella for everything that I have done for my health in the last two years but on the other side of that its the same guy that was there at 534 pounds so he gets the blame for his part as well.

Today I will eat within my calorie range, today I will go to the gym, today I will drink enough to assure that I am hydrated and tonight I will get a full nights sleep, what will you do today for YOUR health?

That's all I got.

As Ever
Me

  
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COCOMODEAN 4/15/2010 9:54AM

    I stumbled upon your blog last night and I am so hooked. You are the inspiration that I needed this week. Thanks so much for sharing your journey.

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JBMT08 4/14/2010 12:01PM

    OMG, I was so thinking of not making a good choice with lunch b/c I am starving....reading this blog, is motivating me to have that salad that I have been eating for lunch for the past week at work.....thank you for the reality check! CHECK! emoticon

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ALANDES 4/14/2010 10:36AM

    Sounds like you have been through quite a bit, but came out on top. Do you happen to have any suggestions for feeling fatigued. I know I am putting my body through more, and that may be why I am tired so much, but how do you work through that?

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1D1W1Y 4/13/2010 8:11PM

    You are amazing. I am currently reading your blog from the beginning. I think I am at your one year anniversary point. Man I have posted a link to your blogspot more places than I remember... just remember us sparkers when you get your book deal :)

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MORS-VIGILANS 4/13/2010 7:05PM

    You're such an inspiration! emoticon

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LADYLOCKS54 4/13/2010 6:32PM

    What will I do for my health today? I walked 6 miles this morning. I will stay within my calorie range and drink my 8 8 oz of water. How do get all of that water in everyday? I also read that you drink green tea what's the benefit of that?


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TEENSYTOES 4/13/2010 5:07PM

    I just got back from a personal trainer appt, and was feeling bummed because I didn't have as much energy as usual and totally felt like I "wimped out" on him. I came home and read your blog and realized I MUST KEEP GOING.... I don't have that much to lose, but I really want to quit taking blood pressure and depression meds. You are a true inspiration. Keep up at the keeping the rest of us up!
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ELIZABETH525 4/13/2010 1:37PM

    Knowing you have lostso much gives me hope. Thank you!

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HAPPYSOUL91 4/13/2010 12:33PM

    I love that you state your intention for the day!

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JUSTWANTTOLOOSE 4/13/2010 12:16PM

    Great plan! I needed to read this, this morning! We can do it! emoticon emoticon

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DEREKCSIMMONS 4/13/2010 11:47AM

    Those are the key 4! I'll make 75% today! Keep up the battle!

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KROLES55 4/13/2010 11:46AM

    Yes I can!.. Thanks for keeping it real!

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KRISSDUNN 4/13/2010 11:45AM

    I have been reading your blogs for quite some time and they never fail to inspire and amaze me , but today's blog was just what I needed to hear.... Thank You. Keep on keeping on.

P.S. You're a handsome man, how about a pic of you with a SMILE on your face???

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FOXXYROXXYD 4/13/2010 11:44AM

    Thanks for the inspiration today!

Today I will: Run 23 minutes (done), walk 1 hour, do 100 crunches, east within my calorie and carb range, drink 4 quarts of water.

Thanks, I needed that!

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PSMITH3841 4/13/2010 11:39AM

    You are the man with a plan and motivation.....Keep on keepin' on! emoticon

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CRIS76 4/13/2010 11:31AM

    Having choices can bury you or make you stronger. Like you, I spent a lot of time making choices that were burying me both figuratively and literally... I can sit and wish I had done things different. I have done that for years.... or I can get up and start DOING things different.

Thank you for the blog. I find you to be truly inspirational and look forward to your blogs every day.

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LOGNSMOM0114 4/13/2010 11:15AM

    You made me cry this morning. I have been on this spark for awhile and i've been stalled and stuck in excuses. Im working out and trying to eat right..but i am still in the old habits, old excuses mentality. You are an inspiration for sure!

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DCROCKETS 4/13/2010 11:08AM

    Right on!

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SHANTRA 4/13/2010 11:04AM

    And it was just what I needed to hear. I will blog about it. You are a terrific inspiration to me and so many others. Rooting for you. Oh and please could you post the recipe for making the green tea for us?

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DIANAWATTS 4/13/2010 11:04AM

    Thanks for the motivation!

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MRDPOLING 4/13/2010 11:00AM

    "Today I will eat within my calorie range, today I will go to the gym, today I will drink enough to assure that I am hydrated and tonight I will get a full nights sleep..."

Yes...no...yes...i hope

How's that?

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CAROLYN1213 4/13/2010 11:00AM

    Awesome job! Isn't it amazing simple once you realize that it is you, your choices that make it happen or don't make it happen. It makes me wonder why I made so many bad choices and didn't realize I could make different choices.

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BECKYISHERE 4/13/2010 10:46AM

    I needed this today!

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Appreciating exercise and an answer to why I love it so.

Monday, April 12, 2010


Moving right along and the start of a new week is upon us, Over all I did very well this weekend with all aspects of this whole better health thang, almost. Saturday was date night with wify and Clash of the Titans was decent, I felt that it didn't stick to the story exactly but a good watch none the less, call me a movie nerd but Bubo needed to be a character in the flick and he wasn't so it was lacking for me. Anyways, I did get to the gym Saturday afternoon and made an awesome BBQ chicken on the grill with a honey pecan sauce that was pretty amazing with some of my rice and beans but I ended up going over on my calories because of the movie treat. Now before you start snapping your fingers and rolling your eyes because you think that I ate popcorn and chocolate know that I bought an apple, a gallon of green tea and a bag of light sour cream rice cakes to have as a movie snack so though I went over it was by about 250 calories because of the rice cakes and I actually woke up Sunday lighter than Friday.

Sunday we went to a flea market and that messed up my eating program as it was hours between breakfast and lunch and I did not bring anything to drink and refused to pay three dollars for a 12oz bottle of water. I did stay under calories for the day but by 3:00pm I was sunburned if only slightly, tired and hungry and we bought some Turkey breast for lunch and headed home to a picnic lunch out on our picnic table. I did get a couple decent scores at the flea market in the way of a new collapsible fishing pole for my back pack and an old school Starr X bottle opener to put out on my porch as someone is always looking for a way to crack a Corona open for the low low price of $11 for both items, $8 for the pole and $3 for the opener. My father came up for a visit so we didn't really do anything that could be called exercise besides the few hours walking around the flea market but I felt good about the day over all and everyone seemed to have a good time.


My rod and opener.


close up of the bottle opener.

I am heading into this week with high hopes that I will have a great weigh in again come Friday and will do everything in my power to make sure that if I don't that it was not for lack of bust assedness. Being so close to that 300 pound mark has gotten me all Ornery and I am planning to bombard my body with exercise this week while staying within my calorie range which should produce a good number come weeks end. Making good choices where food is the subject is a HUGE part of why I have been able to take off 225 pounds and keep it off, even when I slowed way down with the pace I was still not gaining which showed me that I can maintain without too much change in what I was doing and that really is one of the most important things. If I were to lose all of the weight that I need to lose because I was starving myself and doing an unrealistic plan then when the time came to maintain I would be lost. I am confident that I will keep every last pound off once I reach my goal weight and I will continue to get healthier and stronger every day because I truly have changed the way that I see food and exercise.

In five days time we shall find out how much closer to my goal that I am, in five days time will be another "official" for the blog weigh in and every day that I follow my plan I will be stronger than I was the day before. This is just how it is for me, I don't want to know anything else, I don't want to be on the wrong side of health ever again and I am refusing to walk over there again. I get asked often in emails and or comments about my exercise and the way that I feel about it, in fact just this morning I got an email saying " How did you come to love it as you do?" referring to exercise. I suppose the only answer is that when you have seen 500 plus pounds and what that has to offer, being unable to run with your child, or walk with your wife without turning 12 shades of red and getting soaked with sweat, sore back for 3 days after, or just being left out of most of the things that happen daily and go unappreciated by somebody that's never been as good as tied to a couch an appreciation for the movement occurs. I would compare it to caging an animal for years and making it watch the other animals run care free and untethered while it sat in the cage unable to do anything and then one day opening the cage and letting it go, that animal appreciates the freedom more now than it did before the cage and that's the only way that I can explain it. That and the fact that I love the way that I feel after a good solid workout, my wife says to me when she notices that I am in a not so good mood "Go outside and run around for a few minutes or something" and she says that about 30 minutes of hiking/walking that I suddenly get a case of diarrhea of the mouth so there is obviously more going on than just the un-caging but it is how I feel about it.

My day is starting and I have lots to do so this episode of as the fat guy turns has run its course, Thanks for following and thanks for all of the support. Make sure you drink that H2O and the rest is up to you so before you slip that brownie into your mouth think about how its gonna look on your ass and then decide if you want it, I bet ya put it down.

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MOVE-DAILY 4/12/2010 9:34PM

    Great post. The description of enjoying when you move now because you couldnt' before is so nice. emoticon

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PSMITH3841 4/12/2010 8:42PM

    Sounds like a great weekend to me!!! emoticon

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MRDPOLING 4/12/2010 8:11PM

    sounded like an awesome time!

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SUZBERRY 4/12/2010 6:22PM

    You are certainly on the right track. Stay determined! You can reach your immediate goal for Friday and beyond!

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DEREKCSIMMONS 4/12/2010 2:02PM

    Amen to the playing with the kids. I'm so much better on the trails now that there is one less kid (the one I was carrying around my mid-section) with us!

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WENDYSPARKS 4/12/2010 1:43PM

    Sounded like a fun weekend!

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SIMPLE_TAILOR 4/12/2010 1:39PM

    I will ditto the sentiments. I know that I can now do so much more than I used to and enjoy it so much. I overdid it on Sat, but I am ready to get back to it tonight.

You need to share the honey pecan glaze. It sounds fantastic,

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BANDGB 4/12/2010 1:01PM

  I love your writing. You are very descriptive. Next time I get tempted by a brownie, potato chips, etc, I know what to picture in my head.
Congrats! emoticon

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DCROCKETS 4/12/2010 11:44AM

    Brownies look better on a platter than stuck to your butt. I'll just leave it on the platter. Thanks for the perspective. Glad to see your ticker lower this week. I hope mine moves tomorrow. We shall se in the a.m. :) Keep bustin' @$$ this week and you'll break 300 soon.

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HAPPYSOUL91 4/12/2010 11:29AM

    I agree with you that fat keeps us caged up and missing out on life. Can't wait until you break the 300 mark

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WCATAP 4/12/2010 10:59AM

    Your description of being a caged animal watching the other animals was very sad. I guess your exercise answer is that you hit bottom and your only way and hope was up. Thanks for the answer. God Bless you in your continued efforts. emoticon

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JBMT08 4/12/2010 10:58AM

    300 is going to be here sooner than you think!!!! WOOHOO!

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SHANTRA 4/12/2010 10:54AM

    Rooting for you to smash that 300 barrier very soon. I also want to thank you for inspiring me to get on a bike for the first time in 30 years.. I rode twice yesterday and loved it!

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TINYC887 4/12/2010 10:48AM

    love it, wish I could lose like you have been, you are doing awesome, i just cant seem to hit minimum cals which i know is hurting my progress. Keep up the excellent job!

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ABRIDGESRNC 4/12/2010 10:48AM

    Thanks - now I have a visual of a brownie stuck to my rear!

Sounds like you had a great weekend.

Anita

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This is what 1700 calories looks like, lots of pictures!

Saturday, April 10, 2010

The Story you are about to see is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent....This is a day in the life of just your average Joe living and eating with a healthy lifestyle, It was Friday April 9th it was raining in New England and I was assigned to the vice squad working a case, more like a bowl, a bowl of oats to be exact. There was 430 nutrition filled calories in this bowl of goodness and its phallic yellow friend not to mention the splash of Milk,"Vitamin D, calcium, essential for good strong bones and healthy teeth. But that's all Greek to you, isn't it, Mr. Gingivitis?" No not you, I was talking to Streebeck there.


11:30 am, subjects stomach made an odd sound, a rumble if you will so something had to be done, I witnessed a short stroll to the cabinet from my hidden position behind the curtain where the last Cadbury egg was and I got ready to make my move. There was something in his hand, Making out the shape of it was difficult but then I saw the red flesh of the apple in his hand and I relaxed, its only 85 calories and that's good enough for this fella.


A simple enough childs treat of a lunch minus the cut off crusts, not much I could say here, it is what it is I can't fault anyone for a good old fashioned peanut butter and strawberry preserves sandwich, 275 calories and went down as fast as it was built up, not the most satisfying meal but it did the trick and the sounds from the subjects gut had subsided.


An hour later I heard a conversation about some "Red velvet cake" so decided to take a look and since it was only 100 calories it was good to go and hit the spot.


Sesame seed and honey candy from the local health food store, something that no fat kid can ignore, wait did I just say that? I mean its sesame seeds and honey mixed and shaped into a rectangle right? seeds? yes they are indeed delectable and at 25 calories a piece I ate 2 of them on the way out to dinner, and I have come out of the theme I was going with for this post...


When I decided to start taking pictures of everything that I ate Friday for a post I had no clue that Wify was going to say "Hey hon lets go out for dinner tonight, how about Applebees?" so I agreed because of their under 550 calories meals and off we went with Camera in hand. I ordered the Asiago cheese Steak (which I ordered med rare) and veggies to drink? an unsweetened tea! the steak was more medium than rare, I kept the steak as is so that I would not have to wait for a new one to be cooked (it took a long time to come out) and the manager came over and offered us free dessert because of the mistake. I passed on the dessert but we let the kids get sundaes on the house and all in all it was a nice meal that shows that someone on a limited calorie budget CAN go out to dinner and not go over. I counted this meal at the 550 calories that the campaign would lead you to believe that it is but when looking at Applebees nutritional information it claims that the meal is 390 calories but the steak is a 7oz steak so the cals don't exactly add up to me so I just used the 550 calories on my spreadsheet.


Ok back in character for a minute.."My partner and I witnessed that little torchlight picnic you threw last night, we're gonna put you where your kind always ends up - in a seven by seven foot grey-green metal cage in the fifteenth floor of some hundred-year-old penitentiary, with damp, stinking walls and a wooden plank for a bed." Since we know that you're not perfect and it was just a couple fries off of the kids plate you get a pass this time fat boy, but don't let it happen again understand? I have no idea how many calories were in this little grip of fries that I stole off my daughters plate but with a smirk and an insisting voice Wify said that I needed to take a picture of it since its what I was doing so there you have it.


Roughly 9:00 pm I was at 1495 calories (not including the fries) and that's just not acceptable to be that low for me so I needed to make up some calories and a quick table spoon of peanut butter spread over a banana gave me 200 calories bringing me to 1695 for the day.


In addition to all of the tasty goodness that has been presented before you I drank 1 gallon of home brewed green tea, 2 glasses of unsweetened tea and a glass of H20 at Applebees and another 1.25 gallons of straight H2O at home. My calorie total was 1695 for the day and this is pretty typical for me as far as food goes besides the Applebees steak and steak in general as I tend to steer away from red meat usually. There you have it, one random day picked out of plenty of days that look very similar and I think I will do a post like this again as it was interesting, even if the waitress looked at us funny when I was taking pictures of my plate. If you think that this is not a lot of food then you may want to rethink the way that you look at food because honestly I could have stopped at the 1495 pre that banana with peanut butter on it after dinner, its easy when you look at it all spread out like this I think.

1695 calories plus some fries, 8 photos and just the facts ma'am.

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Me

  
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CHEEKYMONKEYS75 5/12/2010 10:44PM

    Love the accountability of pictures!

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CHEEKYMONKEYS75 5/12/2010 10:43PM

    Love the accountability of pictures!

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LOPEYP 5/12/2010 7:12PM

    Interesting approach. Keeps you from forgetting what you've eaten too. emoticon

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LUCI2010 5/5/2010 9:40PM

  fun! thanks!

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JUNETWO68 5/4/2010 8:52AM

    Love it!

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JEWLZ13 5/4/2010 8:30AM

    Fun blog entry! I loved it! :)

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DREAMSBEEDREAMS 5/4/2010 8:26AM

    Love it! And i love the food choices...that PB&J i might have to speak with this afternoon on my lunch break... :)

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FIGHTER79POET 5/4/2010 8:01AM

    Right on...lol! I was laughing at the deyective type way you wrote this....y'know I may try something like this its such a creative and smart idea. Just to sit back and see what "your calories" are in food form....

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GONABFIT 4/18/2010 9:29PM

    Great idea for sticking to the plan!

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LAVENDERPURPLE 4/18/2010 10:26AM

    THANKS SO VERY MUCH THIS HELPS

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NISA-JOE 4/18/2010 2:53AM

    Very interesting... emoticon

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DIVASPARK 4/17/2010 4:30PM

    Thank You emoticon

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CHELSIEAMH 4/17/2010 3:15PM

    Great blog this totally helps me to see what it looks like. Thanks so much for sharing.

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CHERI_F 4/17/2010 2:19PM

    Loved it! Much more fun than simply writing what you eat down. Thanks for sharing.

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GRANDMA888 4/17/2010 12:15PM

  Cool ,very inspiring!

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NEWLY_IMPROVED 4/17/2010 10:19AM

    This was enjoyable. Clever!

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VRADAA 4/17/2010 10:09AM

    Way cool! I didn't hear the siren when you picked up the fries!! LOL!

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CKELLI 4/17/2010 9:09AM

    I really like your post. I haven't been on sparkpages since I started back to school in the fall. Kind of gave up, and now I have more weight to lose this summer than last.

I hope you do another blog like this. (I can't eat many raw fruits, and I'm not a fan of yougurt, so snacks are the hardest for me.) Glad my pbj sandwich is acceptable. Packing lunches for school--that is the easiest.

Keep it up. :)

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JANICEHODGE1 4/17/2010 6:05AM

    Did you really drink 18 pints of fluid!? I'd be all day in the loo!

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CHRISREM 4/17/2010 1:13AM

  thanks for sharing your day... i especially loved the applebee's part... i had an awesome meal there a couple of weeks ago that so fit into my plan... and i had forgotten. emoticon the photo were a great idea, too!

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TGOAD1 4/16/2010 11:53PM

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DICECHICK 4/16/2010 8:53PM

  Wow, great job. I am just starting here so I really have to get the hang of tracking - keeping up with it and no "I will do it later" cuz ya know ya won't!

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P31W247 4/16/2010 3:52PM

    emoticon Blog.

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LINIS_THIN 4/16/2010 3:19PM

    Well done!!!
I was hearing the background music too!! lol

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TRAPPEDUNDER 4/16/2010 1:29PM

    I like the idea of pictures. I should start doing that.

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BAREADER 4/16/2010 12:27PM

    That was great, the younger ones won't get the "Dragnet" theme but it was well done. I need to get a new camera so I can do that, I ate at McAlister's last night and had the chili and still came in under 1500 for the day! Calories are okay but sodium is always way over when I eat out.

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DIVAINGREEN 4/16/2010 8:53AM

    Thanks for for such a fun read!!! :)

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ANNIEBOO123 4/16/2010 7:13AM

    Good job. Your choices looked really good. Nice example for all of us!

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ROSE1951 4/16/2010 6:16AM

  i liked this emoticon

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CRISSYKAY 4/16/2010 12:34AM

    How fun was that? :-)

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KAYOTE 4/15/2010 11:07PM

    Great pictures and commentary! I love the fries photo - what parent doesn't swipe a fry or two from the kid's plate?

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VONNIEAUS 4/15/2010 7:12PM

    What a great idea! Well done! emoticon

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MARKMSU712078 4/15/2010 5:10PM

    We have a writer in the crowd. Time to exercise the fingers....hehehehe

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LITTLELADIE27 4/15/2010 4:42PM

    Love the pictures maybe I will try this one day.

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JENROMER0 4/15/2010 4:01PM

  Love the creative writing!

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KRISLEWIS48 4/15/2010 3:49PM

    Well said, and with a plethora of logic and humor. Fun read--keep 'em coming!

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JUNETTA2002 4/15/2010 3:44PM

    I enjoyed this. It showed me how much stuff you can cram into 1700 calories and still not be hungry

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ERICA_NICOLE83 4/15/2010 3:39PM

    Great blog! Nice to see what others come up with to eat...and your choices were simple!

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TRAINER_T 4/15/2010 2:29PM

    emoticonPOST!
I wish my meals were this adorable

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BECOMINGAPRIL 4/15/2010 2:08PM

    Very creative post!

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TX.PATRICIA 4/15/2010 2:01PM

    Awesome Blog As Usual!

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INTERSTATEVERSE 4/15/2010 12:55PM

    great blog!

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COOKSGIRL1 4/15/2010 12:25PM

    Great way to look at eating 1700 calories. I have the same problem you do, some days I have to eat extra just to make my 1300-1500 calories. That to me is a good feeling!!

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MARILYN1969 4/15/2010 12:16PM

    Wow that was great. I guess I need to change the way I see food. My downfall is sweet tea. ugh emoticon

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BETHIE-22 4/15/2010 11:56AM

    Loved reading this - very well done!!!

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LEIBROWN 4/15/2010 11:12AM

    That was great!

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OLIVIA1222 4/15/2010 9:56AM

  Thanks for sharing! Great sense of humor to compliment the informative message!

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JENNDIGGY 4/15/2010 12:10AM

    I *love* those sesamae seed and honey candies. They are sold in a candy store near here and are one of my favories and have been since I was a child!

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MONKEYCRAZYGOD 4/14/2010 11:55PM

    love it

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KRISSABOO 4/14/2010 10:46PM

    Great blog!!

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