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« on: 21 September 2009, 09:48:PM »

As of this second, I shall lose weight.  I will have a flat stomach by Christmas.

Who is with me!?
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« Reply #1 on: 21 September 2009, 09:50:PM »

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« Reply #2 on: 21 September 2009, 09:53:PM »

if your big goal for Xmas is having a flat stomach, it may be time for you to get some perspective and realize there are more important things in life than fitting into skinny jeans...
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« Reply #3 on: 21 September 2009, 09:58:PM »

So wanting to look good, feel good, be healthier, have more energy and have more self confidence are things I should just ignore as well?

It is A goal for Christmas, but hey, thanks for pissing on it.
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« Reply #4 on: 21 September 2009, 09:59:PM »

Try the AB King, it is GOD. (helped me lose the "tubbiness" I had throughout my high school years) and of course running for 30-40 mins 3-4x a week. Do it for two months, I guarantee you will see some results by December!!


 All the best!  Wink
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« Reply #5 on: 21 September 2009, 10:00:PM »

Your stomach looks fine but those are some meaty thighs (going by your portrait at least)

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« Reply #6 on: 21 September 2009, 09:57:PM »

Heh yeah I think the running might have been a tad more important in shifting the weight than the sit ups Smile
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« Reply #7 on: 21 September 2009, 10:02:PM »

Heh yeah I think the running might have been a tad more important in shifting the weight than the sit ups Smile

Unfortunately, I too have meaty thighs... Sad But I'm putting it down to genes and being "big boned" so to speak... Embarrassed
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« Reply #8 on: 21 September 2009, 10:03:PM »

food intake and exercise need to be reviewed, but if you choose one food intake has been proved by numerous studies to be more important to focus on
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« Reply #9 on: 21 September 2009, 10:05:PM »

Trying to loose weight. It's a battle no one ever wins
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« Reply #10 on: 21 September 2009, 10:08:PM »

Fradley - Except for all the people that succesfully lose weight.

Nzdar - I plan on doing both.  No use hoping for a quick, easy fix.
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« Reply #11 on: 21 September 2009, 10:12:PM »

Fradley - Except for all the people that succesfully lose weight.

Really. Have they stopped fighting the battle against putting on weight once they've reached their goal? or is it a never ending war that goes on no matter your weight?
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« Reply #12 on: 21 September 2009, 10:11:PM »

Persistance pays off.

I have huge respect to those who start the weightloss mission and keep on it!!! You *can* do it.. so dont try, just do. All cardio helps. Balance of that and Diet (and not starvational diet, just eat healthy, smaller meals more often, kick that metabolosim back into gear)

So good on ya Prospero.. *hi 5*

Really. Have they stopped fighting the battle against putting on weight once they've reached their goal? or is it a never ending war that goes on no matter your weight?

if you want to lose it, and keep it off, you keep at it and it becomes part of your life. Nothing is easy, and losing weight is FAR from easy.
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« Reply #13 on: 21 September 2009, 10:12:PM »

Doing as I do now, I am hovering around the same weight and have been for a couple of years.  So lose weight, introduce new habits, but ultimately when at a goal weight you don't have to be quite so strict and keep the same sort of body.  

Thanks xXx, its all about quality of food and portion size eh?
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« Reply #14 on: 21 September 2009, 10:18:PM »

Really. Have they stopped fighting the battle against putting on weight once they've reached their goal? or is it a never ending war that goes on no matter your weight?

Its easy I think. Since losing a whopping 18 kgs 3 years back (yes I was quite tubby back in the day!) I am still on track today and try to be AS healthy and maintain an active lifestyle as much as possible so that I do not go back to being that person I was before. I usually eat as healthy as I can during the week, trying to incorporate lots of veggies and fruits and save good old junk food and other "naughty naughty/comfort foods" for the weekends and it has not failed me YET.  
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