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Post by BirdWatcher on Wed Feb 26, 2020 2:14 pm

Dipped down an even 20 pounds off in January, then went on our All-Inclusive week in Punta Cana. Even though we got up at 5:30 am every morning for exercise, that drinking all day stuff put back 5-6 pounds. I've lost most of that since I came back last week.

So, been running most days (2 miles?) and lifting every other. Signed up for the Bourbon County Burn bike ride in October and am buying a new road bike next week. Shooting for 178 pounds by the end of April.

This Intermittent Fasting stuff is pretty easy for me.... I can eat whatever I want between noon and six, but when it comes time to eat, I really don't feel like being terrible.... a peanut butter sandwich at noon, maybe some cereal at dinner.....

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Post by Horsefeather on Thu Feb 27, 2020 4:18 pm

I'm down 25 as of my weigh in this past Sunday. Trying to be consistant.

I too have found that fasting isn't terrible, but my portion control & choices have been much better too.
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Post by Head Idiot on Thu Feb 27, 2020 4:43 pm

I'm down 5 from last Thursday. I started messing with the idea of IF, but only 12 hours at a time. Idk that I could do 18 hours since I work at least 2 16 hour shifts a week it seems. On days I don't work over I usually eat last at 245am, work until 7 and sleep until 230-3. Then I'll usually eat a protein bar before I lift/run. Double days, I just try to keep amounts down.

It's been an adventure trying to line up my schedule with any attempt at dieting. I think now that my shift/ days off are sort of set I need to finally develop a plan.
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Post by wolverine55 on Mon Mar 09, 2020 1:28 pm

I've made it down to 280. Concentrating on weight lifting more than I used to but still jogging twice a week.
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Post by Horsefeather on Wed Mar 25, 2020 11:42 am

I'm down 31 as of my last weigh in. Progress has been a little slower, but I haven't eaten as well either... I find myself cheating a bit more. But I'll take it.

Original goal was to be down 42 by April 2 (4/2)... won't quite make it, but will keep pecking away.
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Post by wolverine55 on Wed Mar 25, 2020 12:02 pm

I did weigh in at 279 last Thursday, the last day we had a teacher work day before the shut down. I don't have a scale at home which may be a good thing...highly doubt I'm still under 280 due to some boredom snacking this week...
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