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20 minutes ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

You didn’t gain 5lbs. A person can easily fluctuate several pounds from one day to the next based on sleep, stress, food they are, water intake, bowel movements and so on. It’s why the vast majority of top nutrition coaches say to weight yourself right after you wake up and use the bathroom and before you consume any food or liquids, then use the weekly average to determine your weight and track that each week. It doesn’t have to be at the exact same time everyday but just that it’s done consistently as soon as you wake up

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It was weird. I weigh myself the same time every day. I get up at about 4.30am M-F, go to the dunny then get on the treadmill for 42 minutes (3.6mph = 2.5 miles) then I weigh myself...like clockwork. Last week, I think Tuesday, 213.6 then Wednesday 218.6...wtf? Took me a week and a half to get back down to the 213.6.

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My only suggestion is one that works for everyone every time. It's not in a book, seen on TV, or the web. Doesn't require any special shopping or meal plan subscriptions. You can eat any food you like

I'm in. I'll avoid shirtless posts, but I assume bottomless are still ok.

Alrighty! These quests always work better when there's a group and there's a little friendly competition involved. I know I don't want to be the guy who actually gains weight during this challenge...

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7 minutes ago, MattF said:

It was weird. I weigh myself the same time every day. I get up at about 4.30am M-F, go to the dunny then get on the treadmill for 42 minutes (3.6mph = 2.5 miles) then I weigh myself...like clockwork. Last week, I think Tuesday, 213.6 then Wednesday 218.6...wtf? Took me a week and a half to get back down to the 213.6.

You should weigh yourself before you get on the treadmill.

Do you have your weekly avg for the last month?
 

 

 

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No I haven't because with my back (degenerative disc) I'd likely do something bad to it.

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16 hours ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

You should weigh yourself before you get on the treadmill.

Do you have your weekly avg for the last month?
 

 

 

Why is that? No I don't. I probably should start keeping a track of that.

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1 hour ago, MattF said:

Why is that? No I don't. I probably should start keeping a track of that.

Tracking weekly avg is going to give you a good idea of what your weight is and if you are making progress towards a goal whether it be maintenance, weight loss or gain. 
 

From my understanding is that doing it after exercising adds in another variable. If you push harder one day than another it’s not weighing yourself under the same conditions each time, you make drink more water during one workout compared to another. Doing it right after going to the bathroom after waking up will be the most consistent way of getting as close to accurate as possible

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Back on the grind looking to drop 15 lbs over the next 2-3 months. Biking, walking, running, and lifting. Waiting on my last expansion set for my PowerBlock’s so they will be up to 90lbs, hitting the TRX bands. Signing up for a half marathon. I’ve run a 10 miler in the last and I think it’s just what I need to motivate me during the winter months when I’m not as active

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18 hours ago, RollingGreens said:

Back on the grind looking to drop 15 lbs over the next 2-3 months. Biking, walking, running, and lifting. Waiting on my last expansion set for my PowerBlock’s so they will be up to 90lbs, hitting the TRX bands. Signing up for a half marathon. I’ve run a 10 miler in the last and I think it’s just what I need to motivate me during the winter months when I’m not as active

Running in the winter is also my main exercise so I can still get out there. Half marathon sounds like a great goal.

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On 1/9/2021 at 9:47 AM, RickyBobby_PR said:

Tracking weekly avg is going to give you a good idea of what your weight is and if you are making progress towards a goal whether it be maintenance, weight loss or gain. 
 

From my understanding is that doing it after exercising adds in another variable. If you push harder one day than another it’s not weighing yourself under the same conditions each time, you make drink more water during one workout compared to another. Doing it right after going to the bathroom after waking up will be the most consistent way of getting as close to accurate as possible

Thank you. I'm nothing if not consistent. Same pace same time every day. But I'll weigh in before I hit the treadmill...I've already made a spreadsheet.

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20 hours ago, RollingGreens said:

Back on the grind looking to drop 15 lbs over the next 2-3 months. Biking, walking, running, and lifting. Waiting on my last expansion set for my PowerBlock’s so they will be up to 90lbs, hitting the TRX bands. Signing up for a half marathon. I’ve run a 10 miler in the last and I think it’s just what I need to motivate me during the winter months when I’m not as active

 

1 hour ago, ejgaudette said:

Running in the winter is also my main exercise so I can still get out there. Half marathon sounds like a great goal.

Wish I could run, I did the couch to 5k twice now and stayed running 3 miles 3 days a week, but my hips decided to throw a red flag.

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5 minutes ago, MattF said:

Thank you. I'm nothing if not consistent. Same pace same time every day. But I'll weigh in before I hit the treadmill...I've already made a spreadsheet.

Cool. Feel free to ask any questions. I’m still learning about the nutrition side of training even though I’ve been tracking macros for the last 4ish years it’s usually been with a coach. 

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Funny how this thread seems to resurrect itself right about this time of year

In all seriousness though

Goal for 2021 is to lose and retain the loss of 30 lbs. For me the weight loss isn't the major obstacle so much as keeping off the weight.

Last year I was on the Keto for about half the year. It was working ok. Weight loss was great but the side effects weren't the best. It could have been that I was over exaggerating the eating of meat though. My body's acidity was just way too high. I was having horrible muscle cramps all the time.

Additionally, I was diagnosed with painful diverticulitis about half way through the year and a big contributing factor is excessive eating of both red meat and cheese.. guilty and guilty.

Unfortunately for me, my mouth is a T-Rex, meat obliterating carnivore.. but my body is veggie loving turtle.

I wouldn't say that I'm doing any specific diet. No Keto, no veggie, no paleo, no carnivore. I'm simply cutting out refined sugars, reducing sugar in general by not over eating fruit and being smart about the fruit I do eat. I'll be eating about 75% veggies. Of those veggies, about half greens and the other half high fiber, lower carb like spaghetti or butternut squash, cauliflower, etc. My meat will unfortunately have to mostly eliminate the red stuff. That said I love me some seasoned grilled chicken, lean pork loin, and turkey.

I will be doing intermittent fasting.. if you even want to call it that. When I lived in Brazil, my body just got used to eating 1 large meal per day as it was just cultural. We had little to nothing in between large meals, just lots of water and natural fruit juice. I've just kind of always liked that idea. Eat when your body says so and if it says eat once or twice a day within a 6 hr window then that should be fine.

Healthy fats from avocados, coconut oil, avocado oil, olives, ghee butter, etc will be important. And to keep my mental state in check and to help

In addition to cutting out bad sugars and carbs, I'll be greatly reducing my soda intake and pushing myself to drink about a gallon of water/day.

Exercise

So as of last Monday, I was weighing in at 246. I'm almost 6' 3" and 41 yrs old so that's not horrendous.. but definitely needs to be better. Not the most I've weighed but definitely not my optimal weight for how I like to feel and move. That is however including a good holiday 15 that I got for Christmas. 1 week later I'm down to 235. It's amazing what just 1 week of clean eating can do.

Starting Monday, after spending the week eating clean and purging the holiday 15 (+/-), I'll be starting Tapout XT. Laugh if you want but it's actually a really good body weight, circuit training anaerobic program that I've had great results with in the past. It takes up about an hour each day and I can do at home. Looking past the hype of the Tapout brand name, it's just a series of classic movements that change up each week to keep the body guessing for 90 days. It's something that I can do in my living room after the kids go to bed.

So that's my plan. 30 lbs over the next 90 days with just clean sensible eating, anaerobic circuit training 5 days/week, golf course walking, and the occasional walk or run. The weight loss is only the beginning and probably the easiest part. Ultimately it's going to be about regaining muscle, flexibility, and keeping the muscle on and weight off through the year.

Sorry for the thread barf.. writing down goals helps with accountability and this is my confession and accountability record.

Now it's just time to get to work!

the more I practice, the luckier I seem to get..

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7 hours ago, MattF said:

 

Wish I could run, I did the couch to 5k twice now and stayed running 3 miles 3 days a week, but my hips decided to throw a red flag.

Yea and with your back I wouldn’t recommend it. Sounds like you have a great plan going already!

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Still alive here! Kidding but kinda not. Spent the beginning of the week in the hospital for diabetic ketoacidosis. What fun, needless to say I needed to find this thread to remind myself what I have accomplished in the past. 
I did get a peloton bike so that will be my main form of exercise until it’s safe to return to the gym then I hope to be back at my 4-5 times a week working out and eating right. I wanna be off these meds come next Christmas

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14 hours ago, RollingGreens said:

Yea and with your back I wouldn’t recommend it. Sounds like you have a great plan going already!

Thanks Doc!

9 hours ago, Mr_Theoo said:

Still alive here! Kidding but kinda not. Spent the beginning of the week in the hospital for diabetic ketoacidosis. What fun, needless to say I needed to find this thread to remind myself what I have accomplished in the past. 
I did get a peloton bike so that will be my main form of exercise until it’s safe to return to the gym then I hope to be back at my 4-5 times a week working out and eating right. I wanna be off these meds come next Christmas

I bet the new little one has kept you busy too.

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I've always shied away from exercises that put strain on my knees, under doctor's orders. So things like squats and deadlifts have been things I've avoided, I know they're some of the best compound exercises out there but I'm always worried about blowing out my right knee again.

I started doing a dumbbell routine last month that started with low weights and I'm gradually increasing the reps before I up the weights. I have squats and deadlifts as part of the routine and so far, so good. Gradually easing in has been the way to go (and I make sure my knee brace is on as well).

So this weekend while watching my wife do one of her on demand workouts, I realized I've been doing deadlifts wrong. I watched some vids and practiced at home with tiny little weights before going to the gym. Let me tell you, holy COW my thighs are feeling it!!! I keep getting up to walk around and keep limber while I'm working LOL

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I've been pretty OK at maintaining weight for the past eight years since my wife and I switched to keto, but being at home during everything since last March was a little rough on the scale. I gained about 25 pounds from Dec. 2019 to Nov. 2020, some muscle from the power rack I got in the basement for Christmas 2019, but realistically probably 15 pounds of fat from just crappy eating and drinking. 

I decided to take my weight more seriously around Thanksgiving, drinking a lot fewer calories to start, and now actually calorie counting again for at least a little while. Happy to wake up this morning at 173.2, which is about 10 pounds down from where I started. Goal is to be in the 160-165 range, hopefully by the time courses open in April.

Love reading all of the comments in this thread!

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Elsewhere on this fine forum, I've done some intermittent reviewing of Amazon's new fitness band. I'm still using it, and for me, it's made a huge difference in my daily fitness, especially in the winter (where I'm desk-bound and don't walk nearly as much as I do during golf season).

It's the little inducement of always having new "points" goals for more activity. The Halo awards points based on 1) heart rate and 2) active minutes: the more minutes you spend at a higher heart rate, the more points you get. For some of you, that might not work at all. But it's been just what I needed. I got my band in mid-November. My average numbers so far:

November: 9,862 steps per day; 276 points per week
December: 12,207 steps per day; 425 points per week
January: 14,000+ steps per day; ~670 points per week

I'm back to hitting my stationary bike 5 days a week and lifting 3 days a week. I'm not really looking to lose weight (I'm 5'10" and about 165lbs), but the weight I have is getting moved around in good ways.

Again, it's not for everyone, but I'd say especially if you're the type who feels compelled to finish one more level in a video game, getting some kind of fitness band might be a help.

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17 hours ago, silver & black said:

I'm thinking since CV19 has taken over, there needs to be a weight gain thread. 😉

For real ! ..... I didn't wieght this much when I played rugby and was trying to be a bit chunkier. Ooooffff  !  Golf does not require extra padding unfortunetely LOL 

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