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20 Weeks In!

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Today is end Week 20.

In 20 weeks I have lost 81.6lbs or 19.20% of my original body weight.
My goal for the first 20 weeks was to lose 20%/85lbs, which I fell just short of.
I am still working towards my 100lbs lost goal by my birthday which is June 27th.
However that is another 18.4lbs to go in just 5.5 weeks.
May not be quite doable, but I am going to try my best and if I only reach 95lbs by my birthday thats still 95lbs done.

I have noticed my weight loss is slowing a lot now. but I am hoping to aim for still 2.5lbs/week or more.
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    1545 days ago
  • XLNT89
    3617 days ago
    I cannot tell you how proud we all are of you and how well you've done.


    You'll be back to that sexy picture before you know it.

    3622 days ago
    What you have done in 20 weeks is nothing short of AMAZING!! Keep it up you'll reach your goals!
    3622 days ago
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    3624 days ago
    That's still so amazing. Great job. emoticon
    3624 days ago
    That is awesome! Really mind boggling numbers! I read a blog the other day that had a list of items and their corresponding weights and so far you've lost the equivalent of the World’s Largest Ball of Tape which weighs 80 pounds!
    More than 10 human heads! (8 pounds each)
    All 4 tyres from an automobile! (20 pounds each) Just imagine trying to lift four tyres and think how amazingly well you have done to not have to carry those tyres in body weight anymore!

    And by the time you reach goal you might have nearly lost an entire Arnold Schwarzenegger who apparently weighs around 230 pounds!

    Hooray MR.CHRIS!

    3624 days ago
    Good job! That's so so much weight! I can't wait to lose all of mine!
    3624 days ago
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