Weight Loss Championship (Results Recording Only)

Lee Lifeson-Peart


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Start 28th April - 14st 5lb 92.5kg

Target 13st 7lb - 86kg

Date 13th June

Weight 14st 0lb = 89.1kg

Loss this week = 0.0kg:mad:

Cum loss = 3.4kg

Cum % loss = 3.6%
 

JDET


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112KG

now

110KGs:bday:

Total lost to date 5KG
 

JDET


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Started from 115kg
 

Toby Warren


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Date: 20 June
Start: 102.1kg (11 April)
Last weigh in (13 June) 98
Current: 98kg
Loss/Gain: N/A
Loss % to date: 4.1kg (4% or 18% from Jan 2011 at my heaviest at 114!)

Another week no change.

Any tips to move this forward working bloody hard just to standstill - body shape is moving a little.
 

Lee Lifeson-Peart


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Start 28th April - 14st 5lb 92.5kg

Target 13st 7lb - 86kg

Date 20th June

Weight 13st 13lb = 88.6kg

Loss this week = 0.5kg

Cum loss = 3.9kg

Cum % loss = 4.21%
 

Lee Lifeson-Peart


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Start 28th April - 14st 5lb 92.5kg

Target 13st 7lb - 86kg

Date 27th June

Weight 13st 12lb = 88.1kg

Loss this week = 0.5kg

Cum loss = 4.4kg

Cum % loss = 4.76%

Is there only me and TW still doing this? :biggrin:
 

FlipFlop


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Re: Weight Loss Championship

Sadly - had 2 weeks without gym (physio orders), followed by 2 weeks on an all-inclusive holiday in the Bahamas, with a gym that was broken (yes I tried to use it, but.....). And the best food was the buffet, and lots of booze.

So the results are bad!


Starting weight: 114.0kg
Goal: 95 or 105 (depending on operation)

This week: 115.7 kg
Weekly Loss: -1.7kg
Total Loss: -1.7kg (#.##% original body weight)
Total Loss v Targets: #.#%/#.#% of target weight loss


At least I am back in the gym, everyday, doing lots of cardio, and lots of physio exercises...
 

RugbyGeek


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Date: 20 June
Start: 102.1kg (11 April)
Last weigh in (13 June) 98
Current: 98kg
Loss/Gain: N/A
Loss % to date: 4.1kg (4% or 18% from Jan 2011 at my heaviest at 114!)

Another week no change.

Any tips to move this forward working bloody hard just to standstill - body shape is moving a little.

Hi Toby,

Don't be disheartened - there are a number of factors to consider- not least of which is that muscle weighs more than fat, and lean mass is desirable...

Happy to talk you through this if you want - just let me know...
 

Toby Warren


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Date: 28 June
Start: 102.1kg (11 April)
Last weigh in (28 June) 98
Current: 98kg
Loss/Gain: N/A
Loss % to date: 4.1kg (4% or 18% from Jan 2011 at my heaviest at 114!)

Another week no change!
 

Toby Warren


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Hi Toby,

Don't be disheartened - there are a number of factors to consider- not least of which is that muscle weighs more than fat, and lean mass is desirable...

Happy to talk you through this if you want - just let me know...

All ears to tips, what info do you need from me in order to give some pointers.

Some generic background:

Exercise 5-6 times a week (mainly by cycling during the week long swim at W/ends) I will make this shorter and sharper as the season approaches.

In terms of diet, just try to eat sensibly reducing calories esp. from bad foods (ie booze and sweets etc).

Aim is to be c92-95kg but just fitter and lighter generally.

I'm never (best to be honest) going to be able or want to give up life's nicer things and actually going for a few beers / nice meal is important in return I accept that progress will slow a little.

Tips / suggestions gratefully received
 

RugbyGeek


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All ears to tips, what info do you need from me in order to give some pointers.

Some generic background:

Exercise 5-6 times a week (mainly by cycling during the week long swim at W/ends) I will make this shorter and sharper as the season approaches.

In terms of diet, just try to eat sensibly reducing calories esp. from bad foods (ie booze and sweets etc).

Aim is to be c92-95kg but just fitter and lighter generally.

I'm never (best to be honest) going to be able or want to give up life's nicer things and actually going for a few beers / nice meal is important in return I accept that progress will slow a little.

Tips / suggestions gratefully received

Hi Toby,

So - couple of questions...

Height, age, position you played (when you played), excercise regimen, diet (break it down per meal and frequency), body type (if you know it...ecto, endo or meso)...that should do for a starter ;-)

Stephe
 

The Fat


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Date: 2 July
Start: 111.7kg (11 April)
Last weigh in (6 June) 106.9kg
Current: 104.8kg
Loss/Gain this week (3 weeks actually): 2.1kg
kg loss to date: 6.9
Loss % to date: 6.18%

The golf swing is coming back!!!
 

Mickman


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Start weight: 111kg (11.4.2011)

Current Weight: 102.8kg (1.7.2011)

Target weight: 85kg
 
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