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I wish you well PG. I think you can get back to 220, but cracking 200 will be a challenge without the intense amount of walking in the jungle heat you did in Asia. As the winter months come to Canada, how will you keep the intensity of the exercise up and avoid the poor food choices available at the poker room?
I have a free gym membership through my parents businesses and I also have an elliptical machine in my house. Also my friend who will be on my ass is a very large guy who lifts a lot therefore he can inflict pain lol. Jk but he hopefully will keep on me to work out.
Not eating in the poker room is easy, the food sucks. Iíll just make food and bring it with me.
Just scarf down an avocado and sardines for lunch and a box of anchovies for dinner.
For dinner? Yuk. No. Eat 1600 calories a
day and the weight will come off. No
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You can do it!
Just stay out of the parent's popcorn!
I have heard that chasing a variety of German girls around Asian youth hostels can lead to weight loss.
Flea should trademark this weight loss program. He could call it "NutriStieren".
While not overweight, Axel and his boyz certainly weren't shy about pointing out that I wasn't in the "best" shape at the superbowl party. Mostly due to injuries and traveling full time for AP now, I had to readjust my life to make a healthier life a possibility again...
In the past 2 months, to the day, I'm down 30lbs, from 199, to 169... which means I'm probably down about 35 lbs of fat but gained about 5 lbs of muscle. I did a fair amount of research and found my "sweet spot," where my body wouldn't think I'm starving but I cut calories along with working out. Basically I take in 1450 calories per day, and if I workout and burn 300 calories, I eat another 300 calories. My goal per day is to take in a "gross" 1450 calories. By doing this and simply working out intensively 2-3 days per week, I've dropped aforementioned 30 lbs in 2 months. I think I'll probably do another 10 lbs because I'll finally be in "really" good shape, and then I'll move to a maintain plan. So basically in 6 months, with having the weight to lose, I think you could easily lose 50 lbs... probably closer to 60 in fat, and picking up 5 lbs of muscle.
Basically control the calories in, and when you DO workout, even if it's just 2-3 days a week and not every day, KILL IT. Like anything else in life you get out of it what you put in. There's a MASSIVE difference in walking for 10 miles and running for 10 miles. The amount of effort you put in will dictate how your body responds in a big way. Good luck and if you want any motivation or ideas for new workouts/meals, you've got my number =).