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#252 Sep 25 2012 at 8:43 PM Rating: Good
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Just an FYI to anyone else, you can air pop popcorn in the microwave by putting the kernels in a paper bag.
#253 Sep 26 2012 at 12:09 AM Rating: Good
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Just an FYI to anyone else, you can air pop popcorn in the microwave by putting the kernels in a paper bag.

Just in case anyone needs an instructional video.
#254 Sep 26 2012 at 7:07 AM Rating: Excellent
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#255 Sep 26 2012 at 7:15 AM Rating: Good
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Paskil wrote:
The reason I bought the air popper is twofold. First, I don't want to deal with an oily pan (this is the major reason I bought the air popper). Chances are that I want to get back to what I was watching or doing right away. Second, even when using a minimal amount of oil, it is still adding additional fat. The air popper bypasses that and pops via hot air alone. I did read about the yeast thing on another site and will be trying that at some point, I appreciate you bringing it up.

You can also use air poppers to roast coffee beans. Smiley: smile
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Coffee flavoured popcorn....err...yum...
#257 Sep 27 2012 at 3:00 PM Rating: Good
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Ugh, having had a few poorly roasted cups of coffee in my life, I think I'll leave the coffee roasting to the professionals.
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333.8
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Forgot to weigh myself around the middle of last week, but as of Friday, it's a nice 330.8 average.I weigh myself first thing when I get off work in the morning and again first thing when I wake up and take the average.
#259 Oct 01 2012 at 2:33 AM Rating: Excellent
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207.8 lbs, 43.8% body fat.

205.8 lbs, 41.7% body fat and my hydration levels are creeping up.

Joined the gym, I'm going to aim for 3-4 classes a week to start with (in addition to the 2 I do at the moment). There's about 9 that I'm really interested in, but I don't want to overdo it and injure myself.
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Be careful. I mashed up my knee last weekend at the gym and have been out of commission (gym wise, I can still hobble around) for a week now.
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Be careful. I mashed up my knee last weekend at the gym and have been out of commission (gym wise, I can still hobble around) for a week now.


Yeah I had taken a nasty prat fall at work a few weeks back, smooshed my knee, and the urgent care doctor told me absolutely no gym for two weeks. Knee is mostly better now and I went back on the elliptical last week (carefully). I'm hoping for the all clear to resume regularly workouts on my follow up visit tomorrow afternoon.
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#262 Oct 02 2012 at 5:46 PM Rating: Decent
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Another six pounds off. I think I'll be entering stricter diet territory relatively soon. I added four more songs to my workout playlist (12 songs/50 minutes) and went the entire 50 the last two nights keeping my heart in 60-80 territory. I feel like if I rein my diet, especially dinner, I can really hit my stride and feel @#%^ing awesome about my progress come Thanksgiving. I'm sitting at about 30lbs lost since I started weighing 8/15.

Our biggest loser contest is at final weigh in next Tuesday. It's impossible to win at this point since one of the women participating adopted a strict vegan lifestyle with heavily reduced calories and exercise on par with the amount the actual Biggest Loser contestants complete on a daily basis.. The contest placing is done on a percentage scale and she has also lost around 30 lbs. The only problem is she started at or below 200.

Our team is currently in second place out of fifteen teams of two.

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#263 Oct 03 2012 at 1:20 AM Rating: Good
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135. I haven't been eating as much protein and have worked out less, and I think I've netted a loss of muscle mass. Part of it is diet, as I just simply need to eat more protein. A more significant part of it is probably that I find weightlifting painfully boring. My friends, being nerds, are rather lukewarm about any type of sport.

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#264 Oct 05 2012 at 9:14 AM Rating: Good
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Weightligtinf barely takes any time, though. Most of the time is spent in recovery.

Maybe get some home weights, if you don;t have any.
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#265 Oct 08 2012 at 2:36 AM Rating: Excellent
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205.2 lbs, 41.6% body fat

Went to yoga and taekwondo last week, both of which I really enjoyed. Was thinking about going to pilates on Sunday but I really wanted to get level 90 in WoW. I did manage to still eat properly so I'm happy that I managed to make proper meals rather than going for whatever could be grabbed quickest and brought back to eat at my desk.
#266 Oct 09 2012 at 8:07 AM Rating: Good
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Today was our final weigh in. Down 13 for this week. Brings my grand total up to 44 pounds lost since August 15. Basically 1 pound away from losing 10% of my weight in that time period.
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Are you kicking everyone's *** or what? What kind of prizes are there?
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Are you kicking everyone's *** or what? What kind of prizes are there?


Each person paid $10 to participate. The top three teams of two and the biggest loser all get a cash prize. Third place was $20 to split, so breaking even, second was $80, and first is $170. The biggest loser gets $30. The guy I teamed up with lost about 9 pounds and started at 192. The biggest loser was actually a woman that lost a total of about 28 pounds, I think she started closer to 200. Percentage wise, I am not biggest loser (not 100% on this since they're announcing results tomorrow). Our team should get either 2nd or 3rd.
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Regardless, I am sitting around 405-410 right now depending on when and what I am wearing when I weigh myself. I feel ******* amazing though. Since this time around I am not smoking, every day I feel better and better. I want to start running but I am going to wait since I don't want to risk injury with how much I weigh versus what my knees and joints can handle. I am still biking 50 minutes a day and am now keeping my heart BPM closer to the top end 80% my entire workout. I will stick with the low impact aerobic exercise for now.
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Walk on a treadmill for a while at the end of your work out. Gradually build up speed.
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Sort of an inspirational story about the trials and tribulations of weight loss and health ...Instead Of Surgery, Man Pedals Off The Pounds.

This guy, Ernest Gagnon, was 570 pounds. He was starting to have some serious health problems. His doctor threatened gastric by-pass surgery. Instead Ernest opted for bicycling. He hooked up with a professional-amateur biker and got busy. He just recently completed his first race. He was last, but he finished.

I enjoyed skimming his FB page.




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I don't care if the label is real or not, but "professional-amateur" is stupid.
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I felt sick this morning because we decided to celebrate the end of the contest. We had burgers and cheese curds for lunch and then I stopped at Taqueria Guadalajara for some tacos (tie for best in town). I didn't drink enough water yesterday and I was unable to hold down water this morning. I thought I had food poisoning but feel better now. Smiley: laugh

I just checked my email and our team got second place so /hurray for getting paid $30 to lose weight.

Now I want to see how much weight I can lose by Thanksgiving.
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Thanksgiving was on Monday so that'll give you a year.
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Thanksgiving was on Monday so that'll give you a year.


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#276 Oct 15 2012 at 3:52 AM Rating: Excellent
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204.2 lbs, 40.4% body fat.

I'm going to exercise classes 5 nights a week and still cooking healthy food for each meal (which is taking a level of organisation I'm really not used to). I'm trying to get raid ready in WoW at the moment, so I'm quite impressed that I'm still shopping and cooking properly rather than looking for quick meals.
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Forgot to weigh myself around the middle of last week, but as of Friday, it's a nice 330.8 average.I weigh myself first thing when I get off work in the morning and again first thing when I wake up and take the average.
331.6.


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204.2 lbs, 40.4% body fat.

I'm going to exercise classes 5 nights a week and still cooking healthy food for each meal (which is taking a level of organisation I'm really not used to). I'm trying to get raid ready in WoW at the moment, so I'm quite impressed that I'm still shopping and cooking properly rather than looking for quick meals.


I've found crock pot meals are great for raid nights. Toss it in the pot before you go to work, set it on low, and come home to food ready to go. It's a good way to cook a lean cut of almost any meat, and the veggies are so thoroughly cooked as well they are just melt in your mouth awesome.
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Oh yeah, this Smiley: laugh

Well, I proved that I could lose almost 10 lbs in a week. Bottomed out around 198 on my home scale two weeks ago... and since then I totally regressed. My schedule is crazy mixed up for the next week, what with getting a new job and quitting my current one. I'm back at 204 now, so that's no good. Don't see me correcting that this week; I'm off to MA tomorrow through Monday, as a friend is getting married. Expecting a lot of eating... doh! Also some beach time, though (assuming it's still warm enough; we're still hitting the 90s here in FL, but MA can get down into the 60s in September).


Been a month and a half since my last check-in, and as said, life has been crazy. However, I'm finally moved into my new apartment, settled in my new job, and getting into a routine. The routine so far is:

Every day: Breakfast of 2 large eggs (140 calories), 2 pieces of toast (80 calories), a piece of cheese (50 calories), some deli meat (usually about 30-40 calories), and some sriracha for a kick (10 calories). So that's around 300 calories for breakfast. Lunch is some soup; 200-400 calories depending on the type. Dinner varies; Mondays and Fridays I tend to visit my friends, who make a really tasty (and relatively healthy) South Beach dinner; so usually 300-400 calories. If I'm at home, I'll make myself some sandwiches (400 calories for 2) and maybe popcorn (100 calories).

Weekends go a little bit differently, but unless I'm drinking or going out, I tend to keep my calories in line. Sadly, I tend to go out at least once a weekend, so that's 6 good days and 1 bad Smiley: lol

I've also restarted part of the P90X; trying to do "Ab Ripper X" three times a week. The first week KILLED me; the second was a lot easier and I managed all three days. This week, well, I'm sick. So hopefully I'll start on Wednesday Smiley: tongue I also am trying to lift weights a couple nights a week; having pretty good success with that. I've had a lot of success with walking several miles every weekday; it's just under 2 miles into work, and I walk for half an hour during my lunch break. So 5-6 miles each day. That makes me feel awesome, frankly.

So, despite the last month and a half being topsy-turvy, on Saturday I weighed in at 197 on a Publix industrial-grade scale. And that was with all my clothing and other items on. So I think I'm doing all right... not great, but all right. Hoping to settle down for the next month until Turkey Day; my goal is to be sub-190 by then.
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I've also restarted part of the P90X
I'm so sorry.
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We're flying to Hawaii for the wedding on Thanksgiving, so I'll be able to avoid any major feasting at least. Just airline peanuts.
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I've also restarted part of the P90X
I'm so sorry.


Ab Ripper is actually pretty easy... comparatively speaking. It's only like 20 minutes, 3 days a week. Sure, you sweat like crazy, and currently I'm only able to do like 2/3 of the reps (and goodness knows I can't contort myself in the crazy flexible positions they're doing in the videos), but it's a lot less intense than 90-120 minutes per day, every day.
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Still 144.

Well, 145.4 fully dressed (except shoes) with wallet, keys etc. in pocket.
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201 lbs, 41.4% body fat.

I was getting a bit disheartened at not really noticing much change in how I look, but I think I need to bear in mind that I didn't notice the weight going on when it happened either. Weekend before last was a bit of a wreck, too much drinking on Friday and too much eating on Sunday and Monday. It was really nice to get back to eating healthily and I may be speaking too soon, but I think I've managed to change my 'normal' diet. I know how good I feel when I eat properly and I can't see myself going back to how I used to eat on a regular basis.
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I think I've managed to change my 'normal' diet. I know how good I feel when I eat properly and I can't see myself going back to how I used to eat on a regular basis.
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196 as of last night Smiley: frown Was a bit disappointed, as I was 194 last week. After the crazy weekend I had though, I can kinda understand it. Over two days I managed to down an entire large pizza myself... I really need to throw out the local pizza deal coupons Smiley: glare
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Yesterday I found a physician's scale at a job site, so I have no idea how well calibrated it is. Weighed myself at 150.x, fully dressed, shoes, sweatshirt, etc.
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196 as of last night Smiley: frown Was a bit disappointed, as I was 194 last week. After the crazy weekend I had though, I can kinda understand it. Over two days I managed to down an entire large pizza myself... I really need to throw out the local pizza deal coupons Smiley: glare
God.. it's been months since I last had pizza... I could do with some.
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196 as of last night Smiley: frown Was a bit disappointed, as I was 194 last week. After the crazy weekend I had though, I can kinda understand it. Over two days I managed to down an entire large pizza myself... I really need to throw out the local pizza deal coupons Smiley: glare

Gimmie those coupons...a large pizza in a day is nothing for me.
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200 lbs, 42% body fat.
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Define large pizza. Most slices around here are the size of entire pizzas elsewhere.
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My son is the newly appointed ***. manager of a Dominoes in Boston. I don't imagine he's gonna be dropping those extra 50 pounds he's carrying anytime soon.

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Elinda, I read that as *** manager. Asst. is I believe the proper abbreviation.
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Well after Sandy and this Nor'easter, predicted to hit Wednesday, He may have to manage Asses to deliver the pizzas.
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Elinda, I read that as *** manager. Asst. is I believe the proper abbreviation.


If you seen how the managers ride their employee's at Dominoes then you would agree that *** manager is an appropriate title. Smiley: tongue
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He could be Head Pimp for Domino's.

Does his uniform include a purple floppy brimmed, crushed velvet hat with an ostrich plume?
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He could be Head Pimp for Domino's.

Does his uniform include a purple floppy brimmed, crushed velvet hat with an ostrich plume?
I thought it was the Shakespearean actor that wore the plumed velvet purple floppy hat.

I shouldn't talk about my kid like this, but his Dominos costume is really nerdy looking. I'm terribly proud of him. He's working really hard long hours to be able to live in Boston with his girl. The pizza place is less than two-blocks from their apartment. They're both learning to live without a car.

I just wish he'd call home more often!!!!
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Back on the wagon. A month of excessive drinking, partying, being sick so no exercise, and not paying attention to anything I ate only netted me 3 lbs, so it could have been worse.

Today's lunch is leftover pork tenderloin and rice pilaf. Nom.
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Did a lot of drinking while stuck indoors the past week. Haven't been into the city to train, but I'm starting to at least get back in gear at our apartment gym. I'm guessing I'm sitting just under 170 right now. Gotta wind up again.
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Been fluctuating between low to mid 180's. Haven't done any sort of exercising though, which I should, nor have I really started eating better, again I should. I just cut out some of the crap that I was eating. I imagine if I got off my lazy *** I would easily knock a stone off.
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