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Postby halfofme » Tue Nov 30, 2010 11:08 pm

Hi guys was just wanting to chat to others who have had massive weight loss and on how they are coping etc. I have lost 100kgs
Shoot me a line would love to chat to someone.. x
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Re: Lost 100kgs

Postby brendan » Wed Dec 01, 2010 10:07 am

G'day and welcome halfofme

When did you lose the weight - I think I might have found it :lol:

Love to hear more as to how you achieved it - I don't have so large an amount to lose, only another 61kg having lost 17kg in two months. I seem to be doing fine so far, but no doubt there will be kinks in the plan along the way.

cheers
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Re: Lost 100kgs

Postby saharalily » Wed Dec 01, 2010 10:21 am

WOW - 100kgs, well done!
I have only just started on my journey and have nowhere near as much of that to loose, but hearing this gives me the confidance knowing it can be done. Congratulations. Sorry I can't offer any advice, but I can offer support :)
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Re: Lost 100kgs

Postby 2bhealthy » Wed Dec 01, 2010 11:34 am

saharalily wrote:WOW - 100kgs, well done!
I have only just started on my journey and have nowhere near as much of that to loose, but hearing this gives me the confidance knowing it can be done. Congratulations. Sorry I can't offer any advice, but I can offer support :)


DITTO!! Well done, :D Very much an inspiration to me
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Re: Lost 100kgs

Postby halfofme » Fri Dec 03, 2010 6:34 pm

Thanks guys and girls has taken me 16 months of very hard work but so worth it just gotta get my head around it now it needs to catch up to my body I think.. Trust me if I can do it you can also xxxx
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Re: Lost 100kgs

Postby halfofme » Fri Dec 03, 2010 6:38 pm

saharalily wrote:WOW - 100kgs, well done!
I have only just started on my journey and have nowhere near as much of that to loose, but hearing this gives me the confidance knowing it can be done. Congratulations. Sorry I can't offer any advice, but I can offer support :)


Thank you mate :) good luck with it any weight loss is a bonus and well deserved xx wish you luck also.
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Re: Lost 100kgs

Postby halfofme » Fri Dec 03, 2010 6:40 pm

brendan wrote:G'day and welcome halfofme

When did you lose the weight - I think I might have found it :lol:

Love to hear more as to how you achieved it - I don't have so large an amount to lose, only another 61kg having lost 17kg in two months. I seem to be doing fine so far, but no doubt there will be kinks in the plan along the way.

cheers
Bren


Has taken me 16 months Bren and a lot of hard work. No surgery just had to train my head and the rest just happened.. its all in the head I have decided. I would be happy to chat to you more for sure xx good luck my friend
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Re: Lost 100kgs

Postby JP1 » Sun Dec 05, 2010 7:21 pm

halfofme wrote:its all in the head I have decided.

it's what I've always said*.. I like to think of it as getting into 'the zone', I've done it twice now and it really is a mental state and takes you at least a month/6 weeks of seriously hard work to get there.. setting yourself attainable targets and pushing them out gradually certainly helps..

*of course there are medical exceptions I'm sure..
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Re: Lost 100kgs

Postby kim37 » Fri Dec 31, 2010 2:00 pm

:shock: Wow what a great job! I just started and your acomplishment has inspired me!that pack of cheese balls in the pantry that i have stared at about 4 times today will stay there! :D
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Re: Lost 100kgs

Postby yummymummy » Fri Dec 31, 2010 3:02 pm

WOW! thats a great result you must be very proud of your achievment
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Re: Lost 100kgs

Postby 2dayzmyDay » Mon Jan 03, 2011 1:47 am

Congratulations! I have about the same to loose, and have just started my journey! You are such an inspiration :)
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Re: Lost 100kgs

Postby court » Mon Jan 03, 2011 9:30 am

Wow what a great job! I just started and your acomplishment has inspired me!that pack of cheese balls in the pantry that i have stared at about 4 times today will stay there!


I just threw out everything from my cupboards that I would be tempted to eat including a big tub of blue ribbon ice cream, a packet of potato wedges and a box of ferreros that snuck in over xmas!! just a thought for you too it can be realllllly liberating!! 8)

Congrats halfofme that is an awesome achievment
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