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Old 03-31-2012, 11:27 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by Kuytrider View Post
I'd consider Intermittent Fasting if that's the case. Like everything else in the world, it's a matter of personal taste. IF works for some but not for others.
I've been doing it for about 4-5 weeks and have dropped 5-6 pounds. Not earth shattering and I am merely testing it because it is convenient for me. However, I have broken a number of PRs over this short time frame. If I get below 200 (I'm 206 now) and lift 1100 by the end of the year, I can safely say it was a good choice

Sounds like you've made some good adjustments. Dropping 10 pounds is a damn fine start. You've been in the army (think you mentioned this in a few posts) so you know all about discipline. Again, best of luck.
I'm probably just going to try activity increases and see how much weight I can lose from there. It's summer so it's good to go outside and do some yard work, jogging, hiking, even wading the rivers and swimming for activity. Like I said, I'm laid off, living with my parents, and I have a baby that will be here in about 35 days. My diet is the least of my worries.
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