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Friday, July 13, 2007

Well, it's off to my colonoscopy. Survived the day before. The only thing that was bad was the Trilyte -- that stuff tastes AWFUL!! I saw another blogger describe it as "dishwash water", and I think that fits it just fine.

On a positive note, I did drop 2 pounds to 263, and by golly, I'm taking credit for it!

See you on the other side...

  


Revised Diet / Exercise Plan a Success (so far)

Thursday, July 05, 2007

Tuesday, July 3 was a very good day. After a week of curtailing my calories a bit (400 calories) and pushing harder on my cardio / strength training, I have experienced success at breaking the plateau. Went from 270 to 266!!!

Hopefully, this is the start of some repeated successes!

  
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DYMONDY2K 7/6/2007 9:33PM

    great job!! Just what you needed to kickstart things.

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TOSHMAN 7/5/2007 4:08PM

  that's awesome, man.
congratulations. I love that. sometimes I feel like I've gained 10# and it's so refreshing when I step on the scale and it's actually gone down! (doesn't happen often enough, but hey!

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Time for a change

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

I have been "plateaued" at 270 for some weeks (actually months now). Lots of reasons (surgery, vacations, travel, etc), but that is all behind me.

My revised plan:

- Set a lower goal weight for 2007 (217). In order to hit this target, I need to lose 2 lbs/ week
- Changed my eating plan to lower calories to 2400-2700 range (I had been at the 2900-3300 range, and while I enjoyed the amount of food I could eat, I think it may be contributing to the plateau)
- Renewed emphasis on exercise. Much easier to do in the summer, so I am hoping the kick start now will carry into the fall and winter.

Here's to the nexy big push!

  


Knee, challenge, etc.

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

- My knee is healing up very nicely. The only thing I have not tried yet is a workout at the gym. Maybe later this week...

- My 50+ Mens Team is doing a "Projects" challenge -- have seen some interesing and "challenging" challenges -- finish a room, siding on a house, etc. All good things that we can contribute to our families. It has got me thinking about some other ideas for challenges.

- And my wife retired from her company! Good for her, bad for them! I am glad she did it -- the stress was getting high, and no one needs that.

  


Knee Surgery a Success!

Monday, April 16, 2007

I had my knee surgery last Thursday (4/12), and I consider it a success! No more pain on the inside part of my knee! I'm walking around pretty good around the house (althought I'm nor ready to kneel on the knee yet -- give it some time!). Pretty much stayed off of it for the 1st two days, then started to resume some normal stuff, like going out, seeing a play, etc.

Heading for AZ later this week, so it will get the airport test next. Hope to get out for a walk before then (assuming the rain stops!!).

  
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TOSHMAN 4/25/2007 12:39PM

  good for you, man. I've been reading your recent comments on the Over 50 Men's club group, and I really like you're attitude. It is mine, also. I don't like thinking "Diet", so I just try to keep my food healthy and lowfat when possible. steer clear of junk food, but substitute with good tasting options. my wife is very supportive and keeps me in line. She just turned 50 last October, and has been slender always, though I go up and down like a re-usable balloon !! She's the health-nut of the family.

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PRAISEGODIMFIT 4/16/2007 1:34PM

    PL:
I am glad your surgery went well and that you are doing good. I wish you a speedy fully recovery.

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