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Old 01-01-2013, 04:20 PM  
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Old 05-28-2013, 10:06 AM   #376
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I think she said something like she can get it for $13/month or something ridiculously cheap.
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Old 05-28-2013, 11:30 AM   #377
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I still eat the occasional sweet, but only if my calories allow it. Last night, I was able to get a small strawberry cheesecake Blizzard, which is 510 calories, and I was still under my calories for the day!
Skip the real ice cream and get these instead.

http://www.breyers.com/product/categ...3546/carbsmart

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Old 05-28-2013, 11:44 AM   #378
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Skip the real ice cream and get these instead.

http://www.breyers.com/product/categ...3546/carbsmart

This has 80 less calories (although twice the carbs). Mmmmm....

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Old 05-28-2013, 11:53 AM   #379
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I didn't get in on this thread from the start because I wasn't sure if, or when I would get started on my regimine, but I've successfully lost 17 lbs in about a 1.5 months.

We bought a hi-tech Nordic Trac treadmill. Been doing 3-4 miles per day on that and reducing caloric intake. Haven't had any beef in about 3 weeks. Mostly chicken, fish and some pork.

While I don't enjoy exercise, it makes the dieting easier because I don't have to starve myself. I really haven't been eating that much less than I was, so I'm not going nuts with hunger.

I cut out pasta, sugar, potatos and those types of carbs. But still eat a little rice and bread (not too much though). I won't ever do Atkins (low carb) again. It's too restrictive.
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Old 05-28-2013, 11:54 AM   #380
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I recently bought a bike, BTW, and have added about 50 miles of biking a week to my routine. It's fantastic. I far prefer it over any kind of running or jogging. And I feel obligated to do it to justify the cost of the bike.
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Old 05-28-2013, 11:55 AM   #381
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When I go out for Mexican with friends, I order fajitas, instead of the big combo meals I used to get.

When we go to a burger or sandwich joint, I order a side salad in lieu of the big plate of french fries.
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Old 05-28-2013, 11:56 AM   #382
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I recently bought a bike, BTW, and have added about 50 miles of biking a week to my routine. It's fantastic. I far prefer it over any kind of running or jogging. And I feel obligated to do it to justify the cost of the bike.
My bro bikes. He's got a Cannondale.

He needs to get a helmet though.

I watched Prometheus while using the treadmill yesterday. I like to watch movies or TV to pass the time while treadmilling.
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Old 05-28-2013, 11:59 AM   #383
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I hate treadmills, too. Going outside is a good way to get a tan, also. Win win.
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Old 05-28-2013, 12:04 PM   #384
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I hate treadmills, too. Going outside is a good way to get a tan, also. Win win.
I, too, hate treadmills. I hate gyms. I much prefer being outside. I don't care if I look funny walking, jogging, riding a bike, or outdoor skating. 1. Maybe it's a reminder to people that everyone starts somewhere, and 2. they only have to look at me for a few seconds.
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Old 05-28-2013, 12:06 PM   #385
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I recently bought a bike, BTW, and have added about 50 miles of biking a week to my routine. It's fantastic. I far prefer it over any kind of running or jogging. And I feel obligated to do it to justify the cost of the bike.
Good for you. Road or mountain?
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Old 05-28-2013, 12:09 PM   #386
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Old 05-28-2013, 12:16 PM   #387
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Old 05-28-2013, 12:18 PM   #388
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Old 05-28-2013, 01:11 PM   #389
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Cycling is great. I just finished 25 miles. So much easier on my knees than running (which I finally gave up for good this year).

A few words of advice: ride VERY defensively. Always assume that nobody gives a shit about you. Always assume that nobody is paying attention to where they are or what they're doing. Always assume that nobody has any idea what's going on around them. So take it upon yourself to protect yourself. Learn your trail/street/wherever you're riding. Slow down on blind curves. Yes it's annoying, but losing 10 seconds of speed is better than losing 2 months of mobility because you went spinning over your handlebars. And watch out for strollers. Because they're the worst. Especially strollers with dogs on long leashes.
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Old 05-28-2013, 01:16 PM   #390
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I, too, hate treadmills. I hate gyms. I much prefer being outside. I don't care if I look funny walking, jogging, riding a bike, or outdoor skating. 1. Maybe it's a reminder to people that everyone starts somewhere, and 2. they only have to look at me for a few seconds.
Don't worry about how you look. When I'm running/training and see a heavy person doing the same, it makes me respect them because I'm sure it's hard physically AND mentally to get started.

I read a discussion on another site recently about this, and an in-shape poster mentioned that he/she always tries to encourage the obvious newbies. The response by a fatty was that doing this just made him more self-conscious because he knew that he was getting encouraged mainly because of his weight.

I understand it, but that kind of thinking is counter-productive and creates a self-perpetuating cycle. Go work out, and be proud that you're out there kicking ass.

When I first started to get serious about working out, I used to run with a girl (woman) from across the street. It would be hot as hell, and we'd sometimes see super in-shape women wearing next to nothing or buff guys running with no shirts on. The girl I was running with made a comment about it one time, and I told her that if we looked like that, we wouldn't be wearing shirts when it was that hot, either. Now, I don't wear a shirt when I run if it's hot out.

I'm not ripped or anything, but I look pretty damned good if I can say so. It's WAY more comfortable to run without a big sweaty t-shirt on. I went for a run yesterday wearing a white t-shirt because it was cool out. A few miles in, the clouds broke, and it got hot and humid. I was sweating my ass off and soaked right through the shirt. I remember thinking, "now I remember why I hated wearing shirts when running". It sucks.

Rambling aside, my point is that it's important to have goals...not just, "lose X pounds" goals, but little triggers along the way. Things like, "I want to run a mile in under 10 minutes", "I want to run a 5k", "I want to run at under a 9 minute pace", or even, "I want to be able to run in weather appropriate (small) clothing and not feel self-conscious about my looks when doing it" are all great motivators. I'm using running as an example, but the same mindset can be used for anything. Sometimes it's hard to notice your own progress until you create these milestones for yourself. That way, you can look back and think, "I remember when I threw up after running a mile because I sprinted at the end trying to break 11 minutes, but today I ran a 5k in under 30 minutes". Success feeds on itself.
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