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15 to go...

Monday, October 28, 2013

Took some time off and refocused once I hit my 250 goal. It was satisfying. Several months of only a few days of working out and just maintaining my diet without Sparkpeople. First time I have done that in years and could safely. Really did make a life change.

Lately though been feeling a bit stressed and unhappy with my current state. This isn't just due to my 6 lb increase weight recently. Its a combination of stress both normal and abnormal, loneliness, and lack of sleep. Just got off my center. Which means it is time to refocus from my refocus. So I am back!

Decided in about 6 months I can slowly get down at least 15 lbs. Right now I am about 256 and would like to see if I can hit 240 or less. This is highly ambitious since 249 was the lightest I had been since high school but then I was playing sports and more muscle. It should be an interesting.

Either I will a) hit the weight and be leaner and look slightly more muscular but not as "big". I am a big dude by nature and the size of most NFL linebackers. Or b) will happen and I won't lose the weight but my body will become more cut. This is the muscle I see when lifting weights but don't see in my everyday life. If I stay the same or gain weight without muscle tone, I will consult a professional beyond sparkpeople for my body type and eating habits.

So at least 15 to go! LETS DO THIS!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
GOODGETNBETR 10/31/2013 5:30AM

    There's some amazing research being done in areas of fasting (5:2, intermittent, etc) and it looks very promising so far. If you commit I have no doubt you'll drop those 15 pounds and more in the next 6 months. emoticon refocusing and maintaining center.

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