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Tuesday, June 01, 2010

OK, those of you who have been reading my blogs regularly know that I have said some very strong and daring things. Things that make one think really hard and wrestle with some of the deepest and most existential concepts. Things such as:
* "If you wouldn't beat a friend up for a bad day then don't beat yourself up for one."
* "If you vary your foods a lot you won't be as hungry."
* "Forget Ginger. Baby was by far the best looking Spice Girl."
* "My gosh, this kid is TOTALLY adorable!"

Ahhhhhhh, if God ever has enough of a sense of humor to give me children, SHE will definitely flunk at least one of them in Biology class. She'll get the whole cat/cow thing by then, I'm sure. That WAS a really good horsey, imho.

But here's something even more controversial than all four statements above(*).

Go to the FastBreak portion of the Spark Diet and look at what it tells you.

No, it.

Notice that it tells you to pick one thing from each of 3 sections. One thing. One small thing. Let's say hypothetically you picked the 4 whole grains option. You can meet your fb goal without infinitesimally upping your Fruits and vegetables, giving up all sweets for the rest of your life and eating nothing but lean proteins and skim milk.

Here's the rub.........

The Spark Jedi Council not only understands this. They designed the program that way. It's as if they want us little SparkBunnies to take small steps get some initial victories and make gradual changes to our lifestyle rather than give up every "evil" food in the world and subsist only on celery/carrot sticks (while doing the perfunctory 3 hours a day at the gym, of course).

Tito: So why are you telling us this?

Trent: Ah! I'm glad that you asked, Tito.

I've been reading random blogs from people who are coming back from having "fallen off the wagon" and now they're going to really kick it up a notch to get back on track. Gym 6 days a week and stick right to the calorie range. I never hear anything about a ramp up period.

It saddens me. I did that for almost 10 years. 10 years! Every single time, I failed. It was actually the SP articles and staff published blogs that drove home the "Rome wasn't built in a day" concept.

So it breaks my heart to see people who are given the opportunity to break free of the aforementioned cycle of self imprisonment just keep on doing the same thing which almost invariably doesn't work. More restrictive diet! More intense cardio! The cycle continues....

I hate overused expressions as much as the next martian....but less really is more.

If you've fallen off the wagon. Analyze why. Did you try to do too much too fast. Did you try something too new. Did you give one habit change enough time to sink in. Were you so set on two pounds a week that that 0.5 pound loss psychologically knocked you to the mat?

Figure out how to start again. What was working? What came easily. If you stopped doing cardio, shoot for 10-15 minutes and add a minute or two each week. If your body craves a little more, give it a little more.... a LITTLE more.

To me, trying to instantly go from "off the wagon" for any period of time to the whole kit and caboodle (nutrition/exercise-wise) is like surviving a 100 mph car crash and then getting right into another car and driving 100 mph again. What's going to be different this time?

I love you and I want you to succeed. Pick an option from the 3 areas of the fast break stage and do them and only them for a couple of weeks (unless of course your doctor/nutritionist is telling you otherwise). Take it slowly.

As the funny meowing cat who wants turkey would say....

That's right, funny meowing cat who wants turkey! You said it!!!

191 by 9.11!!

- TD Out.

(*) Except for the Spice Girl choice. I know that I'm going to get cr4p from the Scary Spice fans. 4ll y'4ll r H-8-R's!!!

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AKELAZ 6/4/2010 3:00PM

    Aha!! Just caught this and see where your constructive and TRULY motivating comment on my page came from. Big gratitude coming your way.
You have truly 'got it' - and I am happy that you were therefore in a position to confirm my new thinking. The 'other' thinking has done me no good at all for more years than I care to acknowledge and I am now devoted to trying to change that.
Bad day today for reasons I wouldn't dream of boring you with - 'binged' on Ryvita emoticon. Thrilling huh? OK if it hadn't been for the butter - oodles of it! Thanks to you I am not jumping on the scales to see what damage I did and definitely not doing hours of cardio and self-flagellation. Just limiting my butter intake till that's a new habit.
Thank you Trent - you just never fail to inspire.
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WILDVIOLETS 6/4/2010 10:45AM

    Whoa! I have seen the same thing, and didn't get it. I'm still in early stages, but needed to hear that, since I do want to push to hard, then give up (typically). Thank you!

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    I liked baby spice too! I have to say your blog is food for thought!

I had to join the gym. I do get discouraged when I don't see a loss after feeling like I am doing really well with the food. I seem to have a difficult time losing the smallest amount of weight, even if I add in some walking on the treadmill.

I need to work on building lean muscle mass, increasing my metabolism, and excercising my heart muscle as well. I remember when a Dr. on the Biggest Loser show said that when we have a lot of fat on our bodies, it also collects around our organs.

That is just plain scary to me.

I wonder if you think going to the gym and eating really well ... from eating.. sorta good... half of the time... and being sedentary..most of the time.. is too much of a change?

I believe doing this differently *this time* for me is doing more of an extreme change from sedentary to a low rep workout with cardio.

I don't think I could do it any other way and see myself commited long term. Feeling my body burning the calories works for me. I know I may not always lose, but if I am in that gym putting the time in, I can physically feel like I am doing this. Does this make sense?

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J_MARAMA_T 6/4/2010 6:35AM

    Great blog post, Trent! I'm trying really hard to avoid that whole all-or-nothing mentality and take baby steps. One of the things about Weight Watchers that I'm trying to take on board is the statement 'you didn't gain the weight all at once so don't expect to lose it all at once' - so I'm trying really hard to think of this as an ongoing process, rather than a quick fix.

I guess that most important thing is just to keep on keeping on, continuing even when all you want to do is give up...

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PUCCIOLA08 6/3/2010 10:07PM

    Im more of a Sporty Spice kinda girl. She needs to put out more solo albums :)

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GINGERLY4 6/3/2010 12:57AM

    Great Blog! Kind along the lines of don't do something to lose weight now that you won't be able to do for the rest of your life...I'm one of those people who have fallen off the wagon for various reasons. I'm back now, but with the focus of keeping it simple. Staying within my calorie range, which is generous enough, and getting my exercise in. Those are my two primary focuses for the month of June, I'll evaluate what to do for July when that month comes along...

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DAISYBELL6 6/2/2010 1:01PM

    Good, sane advice!

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MARJIJANE 6/2/2010 12:41PM

    It is so nice when our brains finally understand that our very own "Rome" (our temple, our fat body) was not built in a day... and we will not lose the excess overnight! Losing the weight is a bi-product of doing the "right thing" when we choose to eat. Everything that passes our teeth is a choice... once I accepted that as a fact, the rest of the logic easily followed... even the part that wanted to deny that getting fat was my fault.."somebody made me do it!"

Reality is what it is...and once we truly understand that WE have the control of our body reality...the choices seem to be easier. Log the food going in... do it truthfully for at least 7 days... THAT is harsh reality...then make your changes accordingly...

WE HAVE CONTROL... we blame no one else for our lack of "won't" power" (I have plenty of "willpower"...I WILL eat most everything) I can have (eat) whatever I wish to have (eat) and the benefit or ramification is mine and mine alone to bear... and sometimes it means losing the weight, sometimes gaining... or sometimes plateauing... the cycle is never completely gone, sometimes it just takes a detour!

Glad to see you are hanging on to the wagon with the rest of us! Reality is that WE CAN DO THIS! or should we say...

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VMCSHANNON 6/1/2010 7:21PM

    Why did I fall off the wagon? Cause after ten years and yet another failure at losing weight... After seeing other people pass me up ( I know, I'm not supposed to compare!) who started the same time I did ....
I give up.

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LESSOFJEN 6/1/2010 1:59PM

    you are sooooo right and I see this all the time too and have to bite my tongue and leave the blog because until it "clicks" for them anything we say won't completely matter.
So here's to us who finally GOT it after all those years of NOT getting it and reaching our goals FINALLY!

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AZCUPCAKE 6/1/2010 1:55PM

    I always thought SCARY Spice was the cutest Spice Girl....hmmm. Now I need to re-evaluate! emoticonI can definitely say that Posh Spice is too skinny to even be considered HUMAN. So, at least that eliminates ONE of them from my personal fav list!

You are quite the sense-maker (see: Mentos, the FreshMaker!) !! Just ONE of the many qualities I love about you, Trent!! Okay, so I need to refocus and NOT go to the gym for three hours for a week and eat nothing but Boston Creme Pie yogurt with carrot sticks for that same week and then just - GIVE UP. What a concept! I will definitely give your ideas some thought -- !

Thanks for not giving up on all of us SparkBunnies! You are the real deal walking the walk, and what is better than THAT?! Zip, Zilch, Zero, NADA!

Hang true, TRENT! I am taking notes from you every day in every way! emoticon

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KT-NICHOLS-13 6/1/2010 12:42PM

    Love the blog today. I don't fall onto or off of a wagon - LOL, but I am one of those who moves through life wondering why I make the choices I make in the moment I make them. Self reflection is tough and can often be brutal and today I reflect on why I ate so much Chinese food on Saturday and Sunday. All I know is this, it goes deeper than Chinese food or a silly urge of self indulgence.

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PICKIE98 6/1/2010 7:22AM

    Farm out man, farm out!! Gravy!! Don't really give a rip about the Spice girls thingie, I am sure you are right, but sure do agree about the I-500 diet people. I think they don't get the whole concept, they just want to rush in and fix it, which is a Catch-22.
I did lose a lot at first, But diabetes was my new middle name, so I upped the ante, only because there never WAS a game to begin with,, I am a ramper, fer sure! the ramp is always there, we just need to grab the rail and hang on!! DUH!!! Thanks for the great post... Linda

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Mourning and Celebrating

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Goal: 191 by 9.11.2010

Last Week: 203.8
This Week: 203.2
(-0.6) Yayyy!!!

So today was the original day of completing my "195 by 5.29!" challenge that I unceremoniously (or over ceremoniously) quit on a couple of weeks ago. But still....

I've been noticing that my 38" waist pants have been a bit loose, so today, for the first time in about 8 years, I donned the pair of 36" cargoes that I was planning to wear and wore them for the whole day. They do fit a bit snugly and I may or may not wear them to a cookout on Monday. It is still a victory that they are even an option for wearing.

I'm going to dig out a couple more pairs of 36" khakis and jeans and see how they fit

I am happy to have lost a half of a pound. I've really upped my exercising (both strength and cardio) and I know that I always end up eating more as well as gaining some muscle weight. I think I have one more week before my appetite will regulate. I may or may not lose next week and am not too concerned. The week after though, it's game back on.

I mourn for "195 by 5.29!" but celebrate a "new" pair of cargoes.

191 by 9.11!!

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CMADSTYLE 8/1/2010 10:46PM

    I find it so rewarding when you can fit into smaller sizes...The beginning of summer I was about a 10 in Women's and Now I am a 8 even 6 sometimes...So obviously I gained some weight (7 pounds all summer) but not on my waist :) Good job

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AZCUPCAKE 6/1/2010 1:57PM

    You are getting the job done, TRENT! But you are doing it the RIGHT way this time. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticonHOORAY!

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GINGERLY4 6/1/2010 3:57AM

    What a great attitude.

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MRS-DUTCHER 5/30/2010 6:45AM

    Great job

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ROCKYCPA 5/29/2010 11:33PM

    Congrats on getting in the smaller size. Keep up the great work.

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Care if I celebrate with you??

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GREEKGAL1 5/29/2010 6:35PM

  Great job for getting back on the horse and it sounds like you are making progress. Keep up the good work.

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191 by 9.11!!: The Plan

Monday, May 24, 2010

Goal: To Weigh 191 pounds or less by Saturday, September 11, 2010


The first week of June. I will do 60 minutes worth of cardio (yes, 60 min total for the whole week, not per day). Each week, I will add 10% to that number (66, 73, 80, etc.). I should be up to about 240 minutes per week by Labor day week.

for the month of June, I will eat an average of at least 1 fruit per day. Each month I will add 1 to that until I reach 7 for the month of December. This is a slightly longer term goal, but it applies.

Calorie Flavor Disassociation. I will vary my foods, especially the high calorie meals. Try to eat different foods and at different restaurants. Regarding sweets, I will not eat the same candy bar, cookie or pastry more than once a month. This will mediate hunger and cravings. It's been working really well for the last month for me.

* Build Strength and Muscle.
* Big full body weight workouts to burn more calories while ramping up cardio.
* Don't worry about numbers. Eat when hungry. The body always craves calories when beginning a strength training routine and muscle weighs more.

I hope to maintain. Any loss is good but it's not what I'm striving for at this point.

Target numbers:
7.03: 203
7.10: 202
7.17: 201
7.24: 200
7.31: 199
8.07: 198
8.14: 197
8.21: 196
8.28: 195
9.04: 193
9.11: 191!!!

- TD Out

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RUNJEWELRUN 5/25/2010 10:56PM

    Sounds like a great plan :)

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TSEWARD 5/25/2010 6:21PM

    I agree with the others...great plan! Eating when hungry is suh-weeet. You are a smart man! To skimp on calories while started an exercise program would be a recipe for disaster (if it were me, anyway). Better to eat plenty of healthy stuff, instead of losing self control due to not enough calories and eating junk.

Thank you so much for your encouragement. I really, really, really needed that.

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AZCUPCAKE 5/25/2010 1:00PM

    What I love about you and your plans is this: They are REALISTIC. They are not CRAZY!!! They are DOABLE! You are going to be one happy camper by 9.11, and it will be all because of your plan! I can't wait to follow along with you on your road to success (although you are already a winner, I hope you know!) !!!!! emoticon emoticon

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YOGINI_JACKIE 5/25/2010 7:43AM

    I love the balanced approach you take to all of this. It gives you a lot of wiggle room and allows you NOT to become obsessed with what you are eating or how you are working out. I need to take some signals from you!

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STEELERCRAZY 5/24/2010 10:10PM

    GREAT, GREAT, GREAT! I love a man with a plan and you, my dear friend, have a definite plan!

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Let's be REAL Honest Here.......

Friday, May 21, 2010

Last week I didn't quit.

I finished a process of quitting that I started about three weeks prior.

(The Past: 195 by 5.29!! and previous)

I started making excuses in my head: "I may not make it", "More than two pounds a week is not healthy so I shouldn't strive for it".

It would have been bad enough if I had been making said excuses after it was clear that I was totally done for. But I was making excuses after losing over five pounds in 3 weeks!!!! I was just waiting for the bad weigh-in.

While everyone was cheering me on, while everyone was telling me not to give up, I felt a pressure to not fail, to not lose

I took "control" of the situation, by blogging for three weeks that I might not make it. Letting everyone know that they shouldn't expect anything of me (lest I let them down). One by one, pretty much everyone eventually accepted (or at least verbalized acceptance) that I was doing the right thing.

I think one person actually bought

Sure, the rationalizations made sense.....sort of:
Rationalization 1: "6 pounds in two weeks is too much, it's not healthy"
* So isn't weighing over 250 pounds and that didn't kill me.
Rationalization 2: "I may not make it"
* So what!? Maybe I would have.

GaHHH!! I've done this every time. Not just in weight loss. Everything in life. I start doing something that will make my life better. I get good at it. I get strong. I start to see the finish line. All my friends believe in me.


I feel higher expectations. I feel pressure. I become critical of myself. I fear failure. I create "escape" routes.....


I rationalize.


I choke.


I quit.

The one time in my life I succeeded to my full potential on something. I rationalized my success to be a failure with a face. I "fooled" everyone into thinking that I'm something that I'm not.

** I WAS smart enough to graduate Summa Cum Laude D*rnit!!! I STILL AM!!!**

(The Present 191 by 9.11!!)

I watch the BL at least a week delayed on hulu. There was an episode where one of the contestants gave up on a challenge that they knew deep down that they could win. As I was rationalizing my "pending failure" a person on one of my teams emailed me about the episode, trying to get me to stay on track (not quit).

The night after I wrote the official resignation blog of my 195 by 5.29! goal, I watched that episode and it hit me.....That's what I did. I saw the regret in the contestant's eyes and voice and felt it for what I had done.

Two words: (1)Not (2)Again.

This time will be different. There is a saying on the 24 hour fitness gym on the BL that quotes Bob as saying "Stand up and finish what you started". Atsa what Ima gonna do.

This time WILL be different. I don't care if I have to lose 3 pounds a week for 4 weeks straight. I don't give a care if I have to lose 12 pounds in one week. I will fight to the very last minute with all my strength. I may fall short of the number after all is said and done. But I will not quit! I will NOT QUIT!!! I will fight to the end.

This time WILL be different.

191 by 9.11!!

- TD Out

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LIFEGENESIS 5/23/2010 11:30AM

    Game on warrior boy. Better get your game face on! I'm coming after ya!

260 by 9-11!

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RUNJEWELRUN 5/21/2010 8:08PM

    You know what, this blog may not be that funny but it is real! I think you are a really awesome guy :)
I just saw a girl's youtube video about running her first marathon. She said basically what you said, that the things we tell ourselves(self talk), really does effect us.
So be encouraged! You will do this :)
You have a lot of friends supporting you(and I think I can touch base with you atleast once a day-be warned you might get a little annoyed lol).
You rock :)

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TSEWARD 5/21/2010 3:37PM

    Great Insight! It seems we rail against the saboteurs that are 'out there', only to sabotage ourselves while pretending we aren't. Ain't human nature grand? I am in awe of your determination. I am clapping while my keys are tapping....and looking forward to all of your adventures!


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ROCKINFOX 5/21/2010 2:16PM

    Go for it!! Never quit or give up on your goals!

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STEELERCRAZY 5/21/2010 12:14PM

    And THAT'S what they call perseverance. THAT'S what they call true strength.

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AZCUPCAKE 5/21/2010 11:21AM

    You have all the tools and all the brains - you can get this done! YOU CAN. And you WILL!! I have the utmost faith in you and your capabilities - don't ever sell yourself short. If you met the real TRENTDREAMER your friends know and love, you would be AMAZED at what he has accomplished so far!! emoticon

You are back in the game, and I am proud of you! Have a great weekend, TRENT! emoticon

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CWOMACK138 5/21/2010 10:56AM


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EVILKLOWN 5/21/2010 7:55AM

    Man, that would drive me nuts.

When I first started I set "goals" -- lose X pounds by X date. There was all kinds of pressure. I finally realized I have no control over how fast my body decides to lose weight. I only have control over how many calories I eat.

So I blew off the goal dates and instead I just plan my meals/calories a few days in advance and try to stick with that plan. I don't obsess about the daily numbers as much as I try to keep my weekly average in line. Then ... I wait. I don't let weigh-ins get me too upset or too happy ... I just post the weight and keep going.

Churchill once said "if you're going through hell, keep going!" Although, this isn't really hell. I get plenty to eat. Good luck to you!!

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YOGINI_JACKIE 5/21/2010 7:25AM

    You can, and you WILL do this. Just keep visualizing that finish line as a reality, not an unattainable dream. You definitely have the ability to do it--don't underestimate the mental strength (Summa Cum Laude--smarty pants!)

I'll be there cheering you on the whole way.


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PTCAKES 5/21/2010 6:18AM

    GO FOR IT! And thanks for the quote, "Stand Up and Finish What You Started!"
I will.

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ANNABELLA007 5/21/2010 6:16AM

    You Go!!!! emoticon

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The Diet Itself is Stupid (imho), but.........

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

I have a ritual where I go to the library and pick out 1 or 2 diet books. I joke with the librarian that said diets, "can't POSSIBLY fail". They're all kind of the same(the diet books not the librarians). They tell me that I can eat whatever I want and then give me a rigid program. If I'm lucky, I get a principle that I can apply (South Beach Diet/F Factor). The smart money always involves starting at stage 3, but even that usually doesn't work.

The oddest diet by far was "The Shangri la diet". Not only didn't it spend the perfunctory 60-70 pages telling me why all other diets were horrible, it actually quasi endorsed one and said how I could integrate this diet with any eating plan. It was weirdly written (but mercifully short).

While the diet itself involved drinking 150-400 calories of plain sugar water and light oils (safflower, extra Light Olive, Canola) spaced well between meals, the principles behind it were not so weird. I don't generally sip the sugar or oil, but I do a few other things that are recommended and they have been working. Over the past few months, I've been losing weight and my cravings, especially for sugar, have gone down

I strongly recommend reading the book, but not following the actual diet itself. Understand the principles behind it and focus on his 6 "Extra Credit" (The guy's a college professor) suggestions.

Below is what I've been doing

1) Eating Foods that are slow to digest: Whole grains, lean proteins and healthy fats (nuts and flavored oils)

2) Eating different foods and at different places: I still eat a candy bar or pastry every day but it's a new one or one that I haven't had recently. I usually don't crave any more the one. My lunch is still 600-900 calories, but I try to eat at different cafes/restaurants. When I eat at familiar places I order items that I haven't ever, rarely have or not recently eaten. I always feel full after.

Again, I recommend reading the book (It's a very short book, that's why I took it out), but don't recommend the diet itself. The precepts have been really working for me. My cravings have gone down and I've been losing weight.

191 by 9.11!!

- TD Out

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ROCKINFOX 5/21/2010 2:21PM

    I do #1 and #2 (I'm not talking about those, lol) and it has worked for me. I tried out a different gellato flavor at Greenlife...chocolate chili cinnamon. I may need to check out diet books and see which ones have good principles and which ones I can laugh at.

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AZCUPCAKE 5/20/2010 7:38PM

    The library has the greatest stash of DVD workout videos, too! MY problem is that the workout doesn't work if you just check the DVDs out and leave them sitting on top of the TV until their due date is up! I need to figure out how to fix that little glitch in the system....! emoticon emoticon

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FITGRL124 5/20/2010 2:35PM

    Checking out "diet" books from the libaray is an awesome thing...I believe I may start doing this! emoticon I'm not sure why I didn't think of this before now! emoticon

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CWOMACK138 5/20/2010 9:08AM

    Very interesting Trent, I will look for the book at the library.... thanks for sharing.

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HICALGAL 5/19/2010 7:43PM

    i'm glad you found something that's working for you. improvising, adjusting and a little common sense can go a long way in all things...;) emoticon

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RUNJEWELRUN 5/19/2010 6:34PM

    I thought I was the only person who went to the library and grabbed all the diet books lol. I would never try them but I would read them cover to cover haha.
Hope everything goes well for you.

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TEENY_BIKINI 5/19/2010 6:27PM

    Sugar water sounds weird. But I definitely do #1 and 2 for sure. Umm.. That was weird. I eat whole grains - yadda yadda - it really does make a huge difference.

You sound like you have a realistic doable plan. Can't beat that with a stick. Rock this.


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STLRZGRRL 5/19/2010 6:23PM

    I was gonna have a bonfire of all my diet books... but you make a good point, TD... why limit the joy to myself when I could be spreading the oddball knowledge all around... Imma call up the li-berry... if they want 'em... I'll take the tax deduction.


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KRITKRIT 5/19/2010 5:38PM

    I have a MAJOR sweet tooth and it KILLS me!!!!!! I mean, I am eating an Eileen's cookie right I type this...oops!


I might have to take a look at this...I need to lower my sugar cravings!!!

Thanks TD, you're still the best!

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