You are right on the baggy clothes .... but if you have been wearing baggy clothes to hide the fact that you are overweight and now are still wearing baggy clothes to conceal the weight loss. The people I see would not know the difference. No I have not worn shorts around a lot them yet either but that time is coming up quickly now so I guess the secret will be out soon.
I am progressing well with the weight loss. I know the fat will burn off where you don't want it to first:-). I was just wondering how much longer I had to conceal my loss results without the legs giving it away as to how I'm accomplishing the loss.
I was wondering when that comment would come into to play LOL I think I'll pass until my legs appear better than the wife's LOL or until I start entering into some races whichever may come first. It looks like I will be waiting until next year to race. My average speed is not up to snuff to really think about races yet.
The biker leg muscles are taking shape as you continue to ride. They'll start to show up as the remaining body fat on your legs goes away. Unfortunately, body fat loss doesn't always happen first in the areas where we are exercising hardest... Your weight loss up to now is probably taking place in other areas... Which is fine - just keep up the good work...!!
well, you probably have to keep riding a little longer. but you should notice your legs getting stronger...climb some hills. i know some bigger guys that have really muscular legs. they may be soft on the upper body, but the legs are rock solid.
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I don't know about biker leg development, but a great adult cartoon movie exaggerates those legs: "The Triplets of Belleville" a French cartoon with little dialogue. It tells the story of a grandmother encouraging her grandson to train for races, parodies bike races, and she saves him from kidnappers. About 45 minute movie.
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