Pages

Weight Loss Ticker

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Week 45 Weigh-In

Busy, busy, bee is me. Just a quick post to update.

Last Week's Weight: 270.2 lbs.
Today's Weight: 267.6 lbs. (-2.6)
Total Lost: 112.4 lbs.

Fat Ratio: 26.9% (-0.0)
Lean Mass: 195.6 lbs. (-1.9)
Fat Mass: 72 lbs. (-0.2)
Waist: 50.5 inches (-0.0)

The race was cold but went well except, my wife accidentally packed my lawn mowing shoes instead of my running shoes, lol. I finished the 8k race with a pace 10:36 which is 39 seconds faster than the last race so I was quite happy with that. My daughter finished the 5k race and did well. She was excited that she finished ahead of two 10 year old girls, a 9 year old boy, and seven adults. She was the youngest at 8 years old. In addition, they had about 20 massage tables set up and were giving free massages. Woohoo. That was nice. Our next race will be in April.

Since I reached the 10 lb. mark, here are my pictures.



"The fact is, that to do anything in the world worth doing, we must not stand back shivering and thinking of the cold and danger, but jump in and scramble through as well as we can." -- Robert Cushing

Living Fit Is My #1 Job!

7 comments:

Fat Lazy Guy said...

Congrats to you and your daughter on your races! And nice job on the loss!

TB--Milwaukee said...

You're doing great! I know I could never do a race like that1

cmae said...

Way to go!!

Kim Ayres said...

Great job - both on the running and the weight loss!

Nona said...

This is just great! You are such an inspiration. When you left your comment for me the other day. It stopped my whining and got me onto the elliptical trainer immediately.Thanks for that. I really needed it.

You are giving your daughter a gift that will last a lifetime. When exercise is a part of a child's life, chances are it'll be part of their adult life as well.

Congrats on the loss. Very impressive!!!

meredith said...

wow!
That is awesome... this is my first time stopping by your little piece of the cyber-world, but I will definitely be returning.

thenextinstallment.blogspot.com

St. Patrick said...

Once you keep up the running you cannot go wrong, wonderful stuff.