You go Cheery ! I put myself seriously on a diet, helped by my blood analysis. Since june (so basically 7 months) I lost 26 US pounds, 12 kgms or 1,9 stones. It would be desirable to lose an additional stone, or 5 kgms, or 11 pounds. How did I do this ? I reduced the quantity I eat, I change my habbits by not eating the same stuff anymore, eating more at breakfast, and no more 'féculents' at supper time (like patatoes, rice etc). Chocolate belongs to the past, as does sugar. Wine has been reduced too, to my greatest displeasure. And I went back to the gym. Which I rediscovered pleased me and I developed some kind of addiction : I want (need ?) to go to the gym ! I feel compelled to go at least 3 times a week for a 45 min run on some machine (like this one : www.zabble.com.au/cardio-equipment
i am still hovering a few kg above the weight i set myself as my goal, and i must admit i am lately a bit tired of watching what i eat. i usually allow myself to eat what i want during travel, so i did during my recent skiing trip - i thought the exercise would even it out, but i still gained maybe two kg during the one week ... hopefully in a week or two i will be back to right above the goal weight.
have had over 6 weeks of recurring colds, discovered last week I had lost about 13 lbs. But yesterday had gained 2 lbs, so am well on the road to recovery. i tell myself i am too old to worry about weight, good excuse for lack of will power
Man is not lost, only temporarily uncertain of his position
I am currently at the absolute limit weight wise largely due to the level of inactivity during the frigid winter we had here. Too much "comfort food" and sloth. I refuse to go out and purchase any clothing a size greater than what is in my wardrobe. Time to get thee back on the bicycle.