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The New Me.

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5 years later...

 

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Today I found a picture of me from back in October 7th, 2008. weighing in at 213 lbs. The day after Xmas I saw some picture that were taken of me. I thought I looked nasty. So I made a V line to walmart and bought an exercise bike. Parked it in front of my TV and have been using it 20 mins a day ever since. Today i'm weighing in at 186 lbs. Went from a Size 38 / 40 down to 34 (as of 9/1/2010)

So this is a before and after picture of what I looked like then and what I look like now. (on a side note the after picture was taken with my new refurbished Logitech Quickcam 9000 HD webcam)

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From my driver license

July 2008

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Taken 2/1/2010
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Taken 2/22/2010
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The story of my weight loss success.

I was the kind of person that would have 2 hot dogs for breakfast, 2 for dinner and then a jack

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Impressive. :)

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Lookin good :) What's your goal, or have you met it? Keep it up!

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Good job on the weight loss! I think I am gaining weight.

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this should be moved to milestones...good work!

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Great job warwagon :) Would you like this thread moved to the 'milestones' forum, as Clueless Fox suggests, or would you rather it be kept here?

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Awesome Job Adam! :)

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[quote name='Calum' post='591622032' date='Sep 25 2009, 05:32']Great job warwagon :) Would you like this thread moved to the 'milestones' forum, as Clueless Fox suggests, or would you rather it be kept here?[/quote]

Lets wait until this thread dies on this forum, then we can move it to give it new life :)

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Very cool dude, always good to see someone thinking about their health.

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dude
awesome transformation! congrats!

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Looking good! Well done!

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u sexy thing u...jk...seriously its a good look for ya

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[quote name='bAsKeT cAsE' post='591622082' date='Sep 25 2009, 05:51']wow your hair didn't grow at all! :-O[/quote]

That's my regular #2 clipper attachment haircut.

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gd job, keep it up :)

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Congrat's man!

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Wow! Well done you! Keep up the hard work!

I just started back at the gym after finding out that I've managed to lose 7cm in height in the last 20 years. :( All thanks to being very overweight and it compressing my spine.

I can take being overweight, but SHORT!? Screw that!

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Very impressive! Well done for having the motivation to do that.

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Looking good mate, i always have respect for people who want to lost weight, You even look younger when you are fitter :D nice one mate, keep on doing it!

I went down from 248 Pounds ( 17stone 10pounds) then in 8months i went down to 175 pounds (12.7pounds)

Then got started into body building and put on 2 stone of muscle :D loving every momment of it!

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maybe try increasing it to 30 mins now? unless u want to stay the same size, but either way good job, now if only I could put on weight :( tried everything and failed.

[quote name='FloatingFatMan' post='591622334' date='Sep 25 2009, 09:39']Wow! Well done you! Keep up the hard work!

I just started back at the gym after finding out that I've managed to lose 7cm in height in the last 20 years. :( All thanks to being very overweight and it compressing my spine.

I can take being overweight, but SHORT!? Screw that![/quote]
do something about it then

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Well done bro! Keep up the good work. (Y)

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[quote name='Soldiers33' post='591622364' date='Sep 25 2009, 09:50']maybe try increasing it to 30 mins now? unless u want to stay the same size, but either way good job, now if only I could put on weight :( tried everything and failed.[/quote]

McDonalds will do it. :p


[quote name='Soldiers33' post='591622364' date='Sep 25 2009, 09:50']do something about it then[/quote]

Read my post again. I just started back at the gym, so I *am* doing something about it. It's gonna be a long haul, but I *will* get back to a sensible weight. I'll be damned if I'm going to let myself get any shorter! For some reason, I find it WAY more unacceptable than being fat. Go figure! :/ But let's not digress from the OP's thread. ;)

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congrats, one day i'll be there too :)

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(Y) I am sure that you feel much better!

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Well done warwagon! Keep up the good work (Y)

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Great progress mate. It takes some will power to get that type of results in just less than a year. Now try complementing the bike exercise with some weights, abdominals and pushups.

Oh and...: [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LASIK"]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LASIK[/url]
Extreme make over. :D

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