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Monday, December 17, 2007

Week 46 Weigh-In

Last Week's Weight: 267.6 lbs.
Today's Weight: 269.6 lbs. (+2)
Total Lost: 110.4 lbs.

Fat Ratio: 26.6% (-0.3)
Lean Mass: 197.9 lbs. (+2.3)
Fat Mass: 71.7 lbs. (-0.3)
Waist: 50.5 inches (-0.0)

If I were certain about my fat ratio, I could say that my gain was water weight or something. Since I can't, I won't. It doesn't matter. I ate healthy. I exercised regularly. It's just a temporary dip. No reason to go crazy. But it still sucks!!!!

Saturday, I went cross country skiing. So, I achieved another one of my fitness goals. Woohoo! I hope to get back out again this week.

Note: Those aren't my toes. It's a stock photo. I wouldn't be caught dead with purple polish. I always use red! ;-)

"It is not work that kills men, it is worry. Work is healthy; you can hardly put more on a man than he can bear. But worry is rust upon the blade. It is not movement that destroys the machinery, but friction." -- Henry Ward Beecher

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Kim Ayres said...

It is not work that kills men, it is worry

In my bigger days, I used to say that stress was the number 1 killer, and the stress of not having the chocolate bar would do me more damage than the actual chocolate.

It always got a laugh, but didn't help with the weight loss...

Fat Lazy Guy said...

Congratulations on going cross country skiing! Man, that must have been really hard.

Sorry about the small gain. But as you said, it's the lifestyle that matters, not the weight.

Sayre said...

Well, if you're continuing your healthy lifestyle, I suppose that gain could be muscle as well. My husband works out a lot and has in the last couple of weeks been gaining weight. He suddenly has an upperbody that wasn't there before, but he had to work a long, long time for it to finally show up!

Christine said...

December is tough for all - glad to see you are only human. :)) Thanks for your kind comments on my blog.

Ironside said...

Great quote! I believe there are statistics that prove that worry is a major killer. I also read somewhere that unemployment and financial difficulties take their toll on health too. All you can say is WHAT? ME WORRY??

CactusFreek said...

You've had such an enormous amount of progress! A gain had to happen sooner or later!
Don't worry, you are still healthier :o)

St. Patrick said...

I would not worry about that little weight gain, it is ups and downs, but as long as it is mostly going down how bad.