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  • Trey - Swollen Thumb Feb 18, 2009

    Hey that's good though. As long as you're moving in the right direction, it's a good thing. You can't expect your results to be as big as the people on The Biggest Loser.

    Man, if I was 12 pounds lighten than I was in November, I'd feel pretty good about myself. Kudos to you!

  • Dot Feb 19, 2009

    Yay, Mike! Slow and steady is best. Only FOUR times?? I'm thrilled if I go once.

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  • Jannie Funster Feb 20, 2009

    Hey, hope this posts. Couldn't get your comment box to behave yesterday, maybe it's just my computer tho. Firefox is so naughty sometimes.

    Hey, a pound gone is a pound gone.

    Funny, your 4 times to the gym for you in a week was a sub-par amount but for me, my 4 times to exercise in a week is a real coup, as I'd been averaging only 3 times lately. So relative, eh?

    And what the heck you doing catching cold?!

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  • Jannie Funster Feb 20, 2009

    Yay! It posted! 🙂

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  • Mike Feb 21, 2009

    Trey – Thanks! I do feel pretty good about.

    Dot – Thanks! Slow and steady weight loss is also great because it gives my skin time to contract with the weight loss — or at least it did when I lost about 75 lbs. in the early to mid 90s.

  • Mike Feb 21, 2009

    Jannie – thanks, It's all in what you have time to do, physically can do, and have the motivation for. I'd just like to be able to get to the gym every day, which I have yet to accomplish.

  • Cath Lawson Feb 23, 2009

    Hi Mike – Good for you even managing to stick to a weight loss plan when you have a cold. 1lb doesn't sound a lot, but if we could physically see that amount of fat, it would be quite a bit.

  • Mike Feb 24, 2009

    Cath – Thanks. I've been doing this so long that it seems like I've always been doing it.

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