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Old 05-21-2013, 09:54 PM   #91
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Quick post before some well deserved sleep (I'm running on about 3 hours of sleep in the last 48). Did a 22 mile bike ride on my mid shift last night, came home and headed to the pool for a mile swim. More crawl this time, but still feel slow. Got some shopping done for the fiancé's birthday, and headed back to the gym for a leg/core strength session. Topped that off with a 30 min cool down ride and now I'm in bed. Ugh.

The rest of the week will slowly taper down, I'm planning a swim us 3 mike run tomorrow, then only swim/bike workouts the rest of the week.

Diet is still going good. Scale doesn't reflect my insane workouts or diet. Still no movement. Double ugh.
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Old 05-22-2013, 10:01 PM   #92
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Well I'm ready to insert my head into a door jam and slam the door over and over again.

Its been more than a week and still no movement on the scale. My double ugh is turning out to be a real PITA. My triple work out yesterday resulted in nothing. The only thing it did was destroy my legs, I can barely walk up stairs today. Woke up this morning 270.2. Had three strips of bacon, cup of coffee today and off to the pool I went.

Frustration is setting in, and while I'm not letting up on my workouts eating has suffered a bit today. Had an americano today with HC (id guess the barista used about a half a cup), had BWW's for lunch with a MGD 64, 5oz chicken/mayo for dinner, and about 4 diet sodas. I even polished off 5 of my emergency LC sugar free candies and a handful of macadamia nuts.

Swimming again in the morning, maybe a gym/bike session tomorrow night. No running the rest of the week as my next 5K is Saturday and last time my 'warm up run' a day before hosed my in the race. Hopefully the scale will show something. My wedding goal is slowly slipping away. (insert frowny face here as I cant use a smiley.)
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CTI - While you are not losing pounds, is it possible that you are losing fat? I know when I work out a lot, I don't tend to lose pounds as fast, but can tell that I'm doing good by the way my clothes fit. Don't get frustrated. You know know the pounds will eventually catch up. BTW - what is your wedding goal?
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No change.

Weight seems to be settling in around 190 (fluctuating between ~188 and 192) as I stabilize my calorie and carb intake for next Saturday's Tough Mudder. I'm not going to consciously try to lose any more weight before the race, but will keep my eating under control until about 48 hours before the race, when I will start everything-loading.

Had a great workout and hill interval session yesterday. Highlights included a set of 17 dips with BW + 60 lbs added (felt good for 20 but left pec felt a little dicey, so left well enough alone) and twenty 45-second hill intervals with 3 min. rest between runs (1:4 work/rest ratio).
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Old 05-23-2013, 02:19 PM   #95
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CTI - While you are not losing pounds, is it possible that you are losing fat? I know when I work out a lot, I don't tend to lose pounds as fast, but can tell that I'm doing good by the way my clothes fit. Don't get frustrated. You know know the pounds will eventually catch up. BTW - what is your wedding goal?
Its possible. I feel like im swimming in my clothes now. Im on my last belt hole. I have some new shorts coming in the mail today or tomorrow that are 42's and 40's so I'll know in the near future where I'm at.

I had hoped to be under 220 for the wedding. I set that goal back in November, which put me about 12 pounds a month of weight loss. A steep goal for sure, but I thought doable. I'm averaging .3 pounds a day, at that rate that only puts me down to 248. No where near where I want to be.

My little app here tells me that I need to average .7 pounds a day to make my goal. I'm pretty sure that isnt going to happen, and at this point in time (even with twice a day workouts) is unrealistic. Door jam here I come.
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Finished biking 17 miles along the Gulf of Mexico this morning - was a beautiful day but the last mile almost did me in - didn't eat dinner last night or breakfast this morning and almost didn't have the strength to finish. Learned a lesson!
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Old 05-25-2013, 06:02 PM   #97
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Quick check in before heading back to work.

4th 5K today, cut almost 3 min off my fastest time. Feeling good, scale is slowly moving. Full recap is in the blog.

Nite guys.
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Old 05-27-2013, 02:47 AM   #98
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First weigh-in since starting 10 days ago

Start Thursday 05/16/2013: 244
Monday 5/27/2013: 230.5

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Bought ribeye steaks - brats - burgers for the grill today. Happy Memorial Day guys!
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ate a bit too much over the weekend. trying to get the diet cleaned up today.

glenn, looks like you are off to a great start.
cti, way to go on the exercise.
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Lincoln Hawk - I think we all ate too much over the weekend but getting back on track isn't an option for any of us.

CTI - great job staying with the exercise and keeping your short term goal in sight.

I did get another 10 mile bike ride in last night after work.
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Old 05-29-2013, 10:35 AM   #101
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Picked up a new toy yesterday.....



2005 Giant TCR 2. Got a stellar deal on it, and boy is it fast. Cant wait to get it out and do some riding.

In other news, weight loss as stopped. Once again I'm stuck in this 3 pound range. This repeating cycle is starting to get real frustrating. On another thread I was reading that exercising to much can basically keep you from losing weight as your body is dumping glucose into your blood stream to keep up with the physical activity. I'm wondering if that is what is happening to me, and if I need to pull back on my exercise to keep the scale moving. Ugh.

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nice addition to the fitness arsenal cti.
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Took the new toy to the trail today. 20.48 miles; avg speed 16.8, max 26.7. Nice.

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Happy June 1 people.

Kinda a s^&# month for me. Basically no weight weight loss, been stagnated the whole month. Birthday curse I think. My wedding goal is basically out the window now.

On a brighter note, here are my stats for the month of May:
Cycling: 119.2 miles
Running: 24.56 miles
Swimming: 8.39 miles

The one 5K race I ran, I cut almost 3 min of my time, and ran a 34:04.

I'm already on my way to blowing that cycling number outta the water with a 21 mile ride this morning. This month is gonna suck too. One trip outta state for a buddies wedding, and boat season is here in Seattle.

Still stalled, no movement on the weight. This is starting to get real frustrating....
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+2 for June. Pretty much just been bouncing around that number all month.

CTI- I gotta imagine positive changes must be happening with all that exercise. I know it's super frustrating when you don't see the changes on the scale though.
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Eating all the right things - must be eating too much of the right thing.
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late weigh in for the 1st

April 1st - 181
April 29th - 169.5
Jun 1 - 171.5 +2lbs

will check in later to read posts,
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CTI - that does look like a sweet ride.

The good news: my weight regain seems to have leveled off over the past month. I've been at 182 +/- 3 pounds since the end of April.

The bad news: I haven't been this heavy since October 2011. Since December, I've gained back 40 of the 90 pounds I lost since March 2011.

Tomorrow, I will keep my paws off the vending machine at work.
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Ok, so I'm kidnapped by my mother-in-law and taken to the ER last night, because she was so worried about me drinking so much lately she was just sure I was going to go into a diabetic coma that she had to drive 10 miles to come see me and intervene.

I mostly have been drinking diet sodas and water, but I was drinking regular sodas as well. I've been having some diabetic symptoms and I have been convinced for awhile that something was wrong - eye buggyness, fatigue, drinking more and more often, etc. I haven't been to a doctor in years and years - I don't get sick often and I'm careful. (and I don't have insurance)

So anyways it was clear if I didn't go to the ER with her (even though I felt totally fine at the time) she would be planted in my living room indefinitely begging me to go. So we went.

My BG is "crazy high" on their meter (official diagnosis, cuz a doctor said it.) ~400 or so. We did have lunch at Pizza Hut a couple hours before where I did have a 44oz mountain dew, but still "crazy high." They poked, prodded, listened to my lungs, got blood and urine samples, and made me wait 3 hours on an uncomfortable bed.

Anywho, they got the labs back and said "I see no evidence of an acute emergency at this moment in time." They didn't feel the need to give me anything while I was there, but they officially pronounced me a diabetic and prescribed some metformin and referred me to see one of their family practice doctors "sometime in the next couple weeks" for follow up. I have an appointment on like the 19th.

So I'm hogtied to the bandwagon again! Hi! At least this should keep me from jumping off again... I'm less than 10 carbs for the day - ribeye breakfast, Carl's Jr Low carb burger and coke zero for lunch and a couple plain hot dogs for dinner.

I bought a meter and at 9:30pm it says I'm 313. Beats me how it can be so high with no carbs going in, and taking the pills, but it's only day 1. I'm hoping induction level carbs for awhile will help get it down sooner.

The doctor told me "if you lost weight, you will probably get to a point where you don't need the meds..." Thanks, doc... I've lost like 60 lbs in the last 8 months.
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Ok, so I'm kidnapped by my mother-in-law and taken to the ER last night, because she was so worried about me drinking so much lately she was just sure I was going to go into a diabetic coma that she had to drive 10 miles to come see me and intervene.

I mostly have been drinking diet sodas and water, but I was drinking regular sodas as well. I've been having some diabetic symptoms and I have been convinced for awhile that something was wrong - eye buggyness, fatigue, drinking more and more often, etc. I haven't been to a doctor in years and years - I don't get sick often and I'm careful. (and I don't have insurance)

So anyways it was clear if I didn't go to the ER with her (even though I felt totally fine at the time) she would be planted in my living room indefinitely begging me to go. So we went.

My BG is "crazy high" on their meter (official diagnosis, cuz a doctor said it.) ~400 or so. We did have lunch at Pizza Hut a couple hours before where I did have a 44oz mountain dew, but still "crazy high." They poked, prodded, listened to my lungs, got blood and urine samples, and made me wait 3 hours on an uncomfortable bed.

Anywho, they got the labs back and said "I see no evidence of an acute emergency at this moment in time." They didn't feel the need to give me anything while I was there, but they officially pronounced me a diabetic and prescribed some metformin and referred me to see one of their family practice doctors "sometime in the next couple weeks" for follow up. I have an appointment on like the 19th.

So I'm hogtied to the bandwagon again! Hi! At least this should keep me from jumping off again... I'm less than 10 carbs for the day - ribeye breakfast, Carl's Jr Low carb burger and coke zero for lunch and a couple plain hot dogs for dinner.

I bought a meter and at 9:30pm it says I'm 313. Beats me how it can be so high with no carbs going in, and taking the pills, but it's only day 1. I'm hoping induction level carbs for awhile will help get it down sooner.

The doctor told me "if you lost weight, you will probably get to a point where you don't need the meds..." Thanks, doc... I've lost like 60 lbs in the last 8 months.
I dont know a while lot about diabetic stuff, but that doesn't sound to good to me. Take care of yourself and be careful.

As for me, I took two days off working out, completely. Well almost. I did do a 5 mile bike ride with the fiance Sunday, but that was at a leisurely pace and didnt strain me at all.

The scale responded. Not sure if it was the two days no working out, or the cleaner foods, or the stoppage of the multivitamin, but its moving again.

Bad news, we leave Thursday for my buddies wedding, and I'm pretty sure that there wont be anyway for me to stick to plan. Ugh.
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That's a 3.5 lb. loss and I even ate at Zea Rotisserie last night. Good to stay on plan and lose
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Doing pretty well here. Eats have been ok. Nothing too great, but nothing really bad either. Got some walking and biking in, along with some projects keeping me busy.

glennjones - nice job.
cti-it never gets easy. always seems like there is something on the horizon to get in the way of clean eating.
berighteous - i don't know much about diabetic stuff either, but LC seems to be great for it. hopefully you start seeing some results in getting that under control.
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ok, I'm down 2 pounds since my ER visit last week. Today's workout was a couple miles of walking running errands (I don't drive, so I walk half a mile to the bus stop, ride a bus and walk several miles to and from my various destinations, everything's a 2 hour trip) in 90 degree weather. I must have pinched a nerve in my middle finger carrying walmart bags home. I still can't feel the fingertip an hour later. sheesh.
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berighteous a loss is a loss - great job!
Lincoln Hawk keeping busy is important - I know for a fact
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Hope all is well with you guys. Sorry I haven't checked in sooner to report on Tough Mudder. I ran it on Sunday, June 2nd (was supposed to do Saturday but they offered free transfers to Sunday because of the excessive heat on Saturday - I didn't care about the heat, but figured it would be less crowded and crazy on day 2 and I was right).

There is no official timing, but the clock at the start read 10:39 when we took off and when I asked a spectator the time after finishing, getting my headband, shirt and beer, she said it was 1:42, so I was right around 3 hours on the dot for 10 miles of hills and 22 obstacles. I think the average time was around 3:30-3:40, so not too bad.

The Mudder was fun, but I think I like Spartan Race better. Spartan is more of an individual challenge with very hard obstacles that a strong, fit person can do themselves, whereas several Mudder obstacles are designed to force people to work as a team. Some of the Mudder obstacles are more "I dare you to" discomfort-oriented like the ice bath (Arctic Enema) and the electrocution obstacles (Electric Eel and Electroshock Therapy) as opposed to more physically challenging military-type obstacles at Spartan such as the rope climb, rock wall traverse, etc.

Took it easy last week and started another weight loss phase yesterday, weighing in at 196. I'm scheduled to do the PA Spartan Sprint (3-5m) on July 13, but they recently added a Philly Spartan Sprint on September 28 at the Phillies stadium (Citizens Bank Park), which will be more spectator-friendly for the boys as opposed to standing out in July heat hoping to catch a glimpse of daddy climbing the rope, so I'm probably going to transfer to that one.

If I transfer, the next race will be Warrior Dash on August 3, so that gives me a nice chunk of time to drop some more fat and still ramp up my training as it gets closer to race day.

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Took a quick weekend trip out to MN for my buddies wedding. Had planned on being good, or at least trying to. That didn't happen. I'm paying for it now, with a couple poor workouts, and also a jump on the scales. I'm giving it 72 hours before posting what the final damage done is. You know where you can find more info, there is a couple longer posts on my blog about the trip etc.

Congrats Stack on the race. I want to do one, I think finding a team for me is going to be the hard part. I have two weeks till my dirty dash!
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It's been a while. I've been stuck in neutral for the last couple of months. I can't seem to get in to the groove. I'll have a good week going and then ease up on the weekend. I've had a nagging groin pull fro about 6 weeks and it's made exercise virtually non-existent. It will start feeling better, but the first time I jog more than a mile, it flares right back up.

Stack - those races sound cool. Way too much for me, though.

CTI - One weekend is no big deal, as long as you don't let it turn into a month or two, like I seem to always do.

Berighteous - sorry to hear about your health issues. Hopefully sticking to low carb will help you get through it.

Glenn - It looks like you are off to a good start. Keep it up.
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I'm down another 2 pounds today, and my blood sugar is 211 2 hrs after breakfast (no carb breakfast bacon and eggs) Lowest it's been in awhile. Way better than 415 it was in the hospital. I guess LC and the meds are working.
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I just bought a 40oz package of microwave pork rinds. You put the pellets on a paper plate a nuke them for three minutes. Two and a half pounds is like 90 servings. lol. That should set me up for a month at least. lol.
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Congrats Stack on the race. I want to do one, I think finding a team for me is going to be the hard part. I have two weeks till my dirty dash!
Thanks buddy. I checked out the Dirty Dash webpage, and I assume you're doing the South Sound one? I was curious where it was and when I googled McCleary, WA, the map brought back fond memories of having my CBR 600 Hurricane wide open on Route 12 to Ocean Shores when I was stationed in Silverdale many moons ago. Never got a ticket on the CBR, but of course I got one in Aberdeen driving my girlfriend's VW Rabbit like 7 mph over the speed limit.
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