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So ? Is it a success?

Monday, December 19, 2011

I sit here writing my first blog. I am mostly a silent reader and keep reading something or the other whole day. My work rite now is that of a Quality Reviewer and so keep reading specs developed by others. At home I stick to my lappy till I decide to sleep.

Yes -- As I remember myself, I never left my computer even in my college-- gaming whole day. and perhaps that's why I kept gaining my weight utill one day I became 91 KGs. ( BTW my name is kumar gaurav and my friends call me KG :P) . It's not that till this day I never wanted to loose weight ( More precisely FAT ). I tried many times and failed completely. Fully inconsistent - wanting to see result without following a healthy diet.

Now I weigh around 75 KG. I feel much more energetic. Feels good to hear from other - Oh you are becoming thinner. The inner portion of my thigh don't touch each other when I walk. I can climb 2 stairs at a time when around 6 months back I dreaded to climb stairs. Yes there is a sense of achievement that I am finally on my way.

There is the key - ON MY WAY. Still there is long way to go. I can still feel my belly fat. I will be soon within my BMI ( I am 5'10" ) but now I feel BMI is not the best measure. Untill I can get rid of belly fat it cannot be called a complete success. Currently, my progress did slow down. I am trying out something new - Intermittent Fasting - inspired by the book EAT-STOP-EAT and lean gain. I think God guides when someone tries with his full heart and perhaps that's why I discovered this exciting thing. :)

  
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AQUAGIRL08 12/21/2011 12:42PM

    Way to go! Keep up the good work!

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ADRIENALINE 12/19/2011 1:21PM

    So you started from about 200.6 an no you are about 165.3. emoticon That is pretty awesome. Your BMI is kind high normal which puts you way ahead of average and the fact that you can run up those steps is an awesome fact. It is important to track your waist circumference. It is another great measure (in the easy to measure realm) and measure and track any other part of you that annoys you ( for example I suffer from flabby arms and I'm gratified to see that the circumference of my upper arm is getting firmer too.)

The important thing is if you don't feel 100% done, you're not and the most sobering fact is, we can never go back to the bad habits we had in the past.

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