Monday, January 7, 2008
Weeks 48 & 49 Weigh-Ins
Week 48-December 31, 2007
Weight: 271.2 lbs.(+2.6)
Total Lost: 108.8 lbs.
Week 49 - January 7, 2008
Weight: 267.8 lbs. (-3.4)
Total Lost: 112.2 lbs.
Fat Ratio: 26.4%
Lean Mass: 197.1 lbs.
Fat Mass: 70.7 lbs.
Waist: 50.25 inches
Sorry, I missed posting last week, but time was not on my side. I would like to thank everyone who comments on my blog. I do read them all and they are helpful to me. I have always intended to reply to all the comments and make comments on their blogs. I will try to do better. Some of the comments are so nice and thoughtful. Some sound like they are talking about someone much better than me. I appreciate all that everyone says.
The last month was up and down concerning weight. I broke even which isn't too bad. Part of the issue was the interuptions to my eating habits. That was a good thing because it's just life, and I need to learn to deal with those things in a healthy way. I didn't do great, but I didn't do terrible either. I kept up with my exercising for the most part, at least as far as running and cross country skiing. The weight training did get a little messed up when we went to my in-laws.
Originally, I intended to post on my blog 2-3 times a week. I intended to journal about more than just my stats, but lately that seem like all that I have time for. Too bad I can't blog while I am exercising. That seems to be when I get all my blogging ideas. By the time, I get to the computer, I don't have the time to flesh out my thoughts.
Here are my two New Year's Resolutions (and I usually avoid making these resolutions at all costs):
1) To be more responsive to those who comment on my blog.
2) To blog 2-3 times a week.
Some topics I would like to address are:
I have been here before and failed, body image, my emotional state, those annoying comments, what is an athlete?, I am NOT Super-weight-loss-man, nature's Alli.
I hope everyone is having a fantastic New Year.
“Many of life's failures are men who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” Thomas Edison
Living Fit Is My #1 Job!