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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby Blitz » Sun Dec 16, 2012 8:04 pm

Good work Kevin.

Use your holidays to the hilt and you'll be even more successful! :D

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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby KevinC » Wed Dec 19, 2012 9:19 pm

98.5 kg i weighed this morning,
went bodybuilding yesterday, my muscles hurt much now!! but it felt soo good, i'm going to do it 3x a week :)
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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby KevinC » Mon Dec 24, 2012 9:11 pm

Starting weight: 104,5 KG
Current weight: 94,1 KG (sloppy progress with sometimes wrong eating (french fries etc) :S but i say NO now :) )
Goal weight: 75 KG
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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby Blitz » Tue Dec 25, 2012 4:20 am

Kevin

It's easy to lose focus at this time of the year. Don't let it happen to you.

Everytime you eat something that isn't helping you means that it will take longer to reach your goals. Your worked too hard just to throw it all away. Next time work on ways to avoid French fries. If you don't buy them then you can't eat them.

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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby KevinC » Tue Dec 25, 2012 9:20 pm

Thanks Kim!
I am going strict now, strict mode ON =)
yesterday christmas, i ate some, except all the fatty unhealthy food, i only ate a bit
i lost 500 grams of weight :) i'm happy,
today weigh-in: 93.4 kg
good progress since beginning, i'm so happy and feeling better!
ive been a little bit sick too lately but good care made me better :D
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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby KevinC » Mon Jan 07, 2013 5:26 am

I'm considering buying Insanity, this fitness program, my dad will follow it along with me, has anyone done that program? I see many amazing results on youtube :D
thanks!
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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby Blitz » Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:42 pm

I think that the name says it all. The trouble with programs like this is that it's a one size fits all approach.

You can get the same results just by applying yourself to some regular exercise of your own design. Save your money and use it to buy something useful like a good pair of runners. There are no shortcuts to weight loss.

What youtube clips don't show in those amazing results is the extra hours these people put in...and worse - they never show all those people who bought it, found the level too hard and then quit forever! :(

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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby CronicBadger » Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:25 pm

Some people do better with a strict regime and timetable. If you feel something like that might assist then just do some research and develop one yourself.

Make it work for you. Tune it as you go. Make it your own.

Aside from saving the money, it will help you develop a sense of positive personal growth and achievement - kind of like cooking a meal for yourself from basic materials instead of visiting a restaurant.
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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby KevinC » Tue Jan 08, 2013 5:17 am

Mmhm yeah, maybe you guys are right, but my dad wanted to buy it, but i'm going to try and follow it too, i know i'll stick with it, i can't do cheat days or anything, i want to see results as fast as possible , because i'm stuck at 92,5 kg and it won't go up or down anymore i don't get it :o
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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby CronicBadger » Tue Jan 08, 2013 10:09 am

It sounds as if you've hit your first "plateau".

Weight-losers often reach a point where, for several weeks, nothing they do will move their weight. It's a normal occurrence, but seems to be a major factor in people just giving up.

It will sort itself out in a couple of weeks, but you might be able to help it along by changing your exercise regime, trying different foods than you usually do, getting more sleep, etc. Anything that knocks your body from its regular practices may help.

You may also need to adjust your food intake - you weigh less now, and so your body needs less food energy to maintain mass.

There is a good article on the website this forum is part of:
http://www.weightloss.com.au/articles/w ... ateau.html
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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby Blitz » Tue Jan 08, 2013 4:47 pm

Yeah Kevin

CronicBadger is right on the money here. Listen to the sound advice. I know it is frustrating but it is part and parcel of the weight loss experience. Keep the basics going and it will fall off eventually. The good news is that when it does shift you will see very good results.

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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby Michelle-leeC1989 » Sat Jan 12, 2013 11:37 pm

KevinC wrote:95.9 kg's this morning
15 to go and i am a lot skinnier :3



GO KEVIN!!!! =)
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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby KevinC » Sun Jan 20, 2013 9:16 pm

92,2 today
had sloppy progress, i got stuck, but i seem to be losing it all again :D
thanks for support, more support=always welcome :D i visit this every day
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Re: 16 years old-Kevin

Postby admin » Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:38 am

92.2 is fantastic seeming your weight last month 98.5....you've done well especially over the Christmas Period.
Did you end up buying the insanity program and if so how did it go?
Keep up the good work.
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