It is currently Fri Sep 30, 2016 12:31 pm
JP1 wrote:70 days til I am away for a few weeks on Fri Sept 19th so I am laying down a tough challenge on myself.. Wait for it *drum roll* 79.9 Kgs in ten weeks that's 11.2 Kgs for me and I'm determined to be in the 80s by next Friday at the latest..
So there it is in black and white, I don't expect anyone else to take this up but in the back of my mind is a little girls power* vs JP comp and I reckon being in the 70s by then will blow dem girls away and leave JP king of the hill..
Blitz wrote:Well it can be done JP but it is going to take some very hard work.
But I reckon that you are the guy up for the challenge, take it on and win through!
I checked my numbers to see and gauge how hard the task you have set for yourself.
The closest weigh in number I had was 91.3kg. 70 days from that number got me for the first time in the 70's (79.7kg).
It was a tough period for me. I had a week long trip to Sydney during that time and a monster of a tough fatigue period which I've described as "hitting the wall"...it was just a time where I felt really worn out (it did past eventually).
Hopefully you won't have such a tough time of it and sail into the 70's with ease...
after all you are far better at getting those good numbers than I ever was.
Go for it!
JP1 wrote:*yeah right
Blitz wrote:JP1 wrote:*yeah right
Nearly missed your fine print JP...very sneaky.
Great to see your table of figures. To the outside world it looks like nonsense but to those of us that have lived them they are fascinating. You can see how when you get to the 80's things slow down...much the same story with my figures. This is when the battle gets really serious! Without the Christmas holiday period in your way I'm sure that you will be able to do it. At the very least you won't die wondering!
JP1 wrote: Need to hit the 89s by Friday, that's the only target on my mind right now..
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