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Weight-loss in Seattle

Tuesday, July 21, 2009 at 4:16 PM filed under Weight Loss postings
I did it again when I stepped on my scale and called it a liar, as I thought to myself the glass plate beneath me will certainly break! But as you probably already deduced, I am the liar, I've been lying to myself for years!  A typical workaholic, bad food choices coupled with a high calorie intake and a lack of exercise pushed my scale to the breaking point.

I've been the odd one out with my wife for the past two years.  She had weight loss surgery and lost over a hundred pounds, but the journey had not been easy for either of us, as she had complications post-op.  Therefore I have decided for what had worked for me in the past, intake less calories and export more energy.  I am taking the approach that my life-style will come first, improving the quality and the bi-product will be weight-loss.  

I started my journey last week when I literally dusted/vacuumed off the dust balls on my treadmill.  I set a plan into motion by taking a ramp-up approach to minimize potential injuries.  I am pace-walking/light jogging for 2.5 miles for 45 minutes each session.  My goal is to exercise every day until I see the desired results and will taper back to five days.  My goal is to lose 100 pounds before I turn 40 next year, and I have eleven months to go.

I have already started to feel the benefits of more energy, and my hunger has tapered some, but I really could take down a medium pizza, okay who am I kidding I could super-size this dude to a large easily.  But I am keeping my eye on the goal this week.....


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