Who knew 2000 calories a day and planty of cardio

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    Dec 19, 2009 7:33 PM GMT
    was all it takes to feel human?

    Down 35 pounds as of this mornings weigh-in!
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    Dec 19, 2009 10:18 PM GMT
    OntheWaytoMe said


    Who knew 2000 calories a day and planty of cardio


    Every single one of the 200 Rj members that told you exactly that, the last 10 times you came trolling along with you threads of. I'm going to eat six carrot sticks and run for 12 hours a day and lose 60lbs by the end of the month just you weight and see...
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    Dec 19, 2009 10:23 PM GMT
    OntheWaytoMe saidDown 35 pounds as of this mornings weigh-in!


    Congratulations! So good to hear you finally did it.

    Hope you continue and see even more progress. Just do it gradually so your body / skin has time to adapt.
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    Dec 19, 2009 10:26 PM GMT
    Many, many congratulations !!!!!!!!

    That is fantastic

    See, I knew you could do it

    Keep it up !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! icon_biggrin.gif
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    Dec 19, 2009 10:27 PM GMT
    Ugh!!!....I'm waiting for Chucky stud to chime in here!!....Same 'ol shit with these threads he starts...LOL
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    Dec 19, 2009 11:28 PM GMT
    MsclDrew said

    Every single one of the 200 Rj members that told you exactly that, the last 10 times you came trolling along with you threads of. I'm going to eat six carrot sticks and run for 12 hours a day and lose 60lbs by the end of the month just you weight and see...


    Seriously? Do you really like beating on a guy when he's feeling half good or does evil just run in The Family?

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    OntheWaytoMe saidwas all it takes to feel human?

    Down 35 pounds as of this mornings weigh-in!

    Congratulations! Fantastic news. Thanks for sharing. ...; icon_biggrin.gif
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    Dec 20, 2009 12:50 AM GMT
    Perhaps if you DO beat a dead horse enough times it learns. Time will tell.

    Fuel the furnace and get busy. Golly, gosh. While some folks were busy being enablers, some others folks had a consistent message. Golly, gosh, who might that have been?

    In reality, as you get back to being a regular person (there's no reason that shouldn't happen), you'll almost certainly need to bring the calories up, particularly if you gain any muscle and increase your base metabolic rate.

    Good to hear, that even though it has taken nearly three years for the message to hit home, that, perhaps, it has.
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    Dec 20, 2009 12:57 AM GMT
    chuckystud saidPerhaps if you DO beat a dead horse enough times it learns. Time will tell..
    A dead horse will most certainly lose weight icon_lol.gif
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    Dec 20, 2009 1:00 AM GMT
    LOL. I reckon, especially DEAD, FAT ASS, HORSES. They die before their time.
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    Dec 20, 2009 1:01 AM GMT
    OntheWaytoMe saidwas all it takes to feel human?

    Down 35 pounds as of this mornings weigh-in!
    Having been very underweight in the past, I can tell you, you will lose weight if you stop eating so much. Don't under value the power of exercise though - an active lifestyle is just that .. a lifestyle. You will feel better all around if you stay active and don't give up.

    Remember, only you can do it, no one else can do it for you icon_smile.gif
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    Dec 20, 2009 1:05 AM GMT
    OntheWaytoMe,

    Congratulations. Just make sure those 2,000 calories consist of a balanced diet. But don't forget that you were always human, even 35 pounds ago.
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    Dec 20, 2009 1:13 AM GMT
    That's awesome man! Keep up the good work!
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    Dec 20, 2009 1:15 AM GMT
    Kinda' balanced...because he want to burn fat, he'll need to be moderate to low on carbs, and low on fats, with adequate protein and plenty of water; perhaps not technical as balanced as someone who didn't need to lose a bunch of weight.

    Managing the insulin response is key. That's done by small meals often, and low glycemic index carbs.
  • Sparkycat

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    Dec 20, 2009 2:13 AM GMT
    Why don't you just shut the fuck up already. Haven't you noticed that most people on this site think you're an obnoxious prick? The O.P. has shared a tremendous accomplishment with us. I'm very impressed and wish him continued success. Can't you just be happy for him, and put the pretentious pontification on hold?


    chuckystud saidKinda' balanced...because he won't to burn fat, he'll next to be moderate to low on carbs, and low on fats, with adequate protein and plenty of water; perhaps not technical as balanced as someone who didn't need to lose a bunch of weight.

    Managing the insulin response is key. That's done by small meals often, and low glycemic index carbs.
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    Dec 20, 2009 2:16 AM GMT
    Well, good work. Keep it up and let us know how it goes.
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    Dec 20, 2009 2:24 AM GMT
    I don't think chuckystud's latest post was mean-spirited. I think it was a comment on my response. I said to make sure the meals are well-balanced, and chucky's reply expanded on that, specifying what the diet should consist of.
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    creature saidI don't think chuckystud's latest post was mean-spirited. I think it was a comment on my response. I said to make sure the meals are well-balanced, and chucky's reply expanded on that, specifying what the diet should consist of.


    What is IT, CHASER PRIZE! WHAT THE F*, IS IT! EVERY TIME YOU GET ON THE F'N TREADMILL, YOU GIVE ME TWENTY F'N SECONDS!!. WHAT IS IT!! WHAT THE F* IS IT!!! icon_lol.gif

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    Dec 20, 2009 3:37 AM GMT
    Sparkycat saidWhy don't you just shut the fuck up already. Haven't you noticed that most people on this site think you're an obnoxious prick? The O.P. has shared a tremendous accomplishment with us. I'm very impressed and wish him continued success. Can't you just be happy for him, and put the pretentious pontification on hold?


    chuckystud saidKinda' balanced...because he won't to burn fat, he'll next to be moderate to low on carbs, and low on fats, with adequate protein and plenty of water; perhaps not technical as balanced as someone who didn't need to lose a bunch of weight.

    Managing the insulin response is key. That's done by small meals often, and low glycemic index carbs.


    Spare the drama. My point is that he needs not a balanced diet, but, in fact, a diet low to moderate in carbs; low in fats, and moderate to high in protein, so as to burn off the fats, and insulin management is important. That's how he got to be a mess to be begin with: by not managing his relationship with food appropriately.

    Stop with your incessant enabling and whining.
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    Dec 20, 2009 3:38 AM GMT
    creature saidI don't think chuckystud's latest post was mean-spirited. I think it was a comment on my response. I said to make sure the meals are well-balanced, and chucky's reply expanded on that, specifying what the diet should consist of.


    That's how it was intended. (There's bound to be a few naughty queens lurking.)

    Worse than a bunch of 10 year old boys, I swear.
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    Dec 20, 2009 3:43 AM GMT
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    creature saidI don't think chuckystud's latest post was mean-spirited. I think it was a comment on my response. I said to make sure the meals are well-balanced, and chucky's reply expanded on that, specifying what the diet should consist of.


    What is IT, CHASER PRIZE! WHAT THE F*, IS IT! EVERY TIME YOU GET ON THE F'N TREADMILL, YOU GIVE ME TWENTY F'N SECONDS!!. WHAT IS IT!! WHAT THE F* IS IT!!! icon_lol.gif

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    Chaser's Prize has certainly provided fodder for online entertainment on more than one occasion.

    If he finally follows some solid guidance, which he's been getting for three years now, what a wonderful transition.

    Time will tell.
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    Dec 20, 2009 3:50 AM GMT
    Sparkycat saidWhy don't you just shut the fuck up already. Haven't you noticed that most people on this site think you're an obnoxious prick? The O.P. has shared a tremendous accomplishment with us. I'm very impressed and wish him continued success. Can't you just be happy for him, and put the pretentious pontification on hold?


    chuckystud saidKinda' balanced...because he won't to burn fat, he'll next to be moderate to low on carbs, and low on fats, with adequate protein and plenty of water; perhaps not technical as balanced as someone who didn't need to lose a bunch of weight.

    Managing the insulin response is key. That's done by small meals often, and low glycemic index carbs.


    Actually, 35 pounds isn't really a tremendous accomplishment. It's noteworthy. I know lots of folks who will drop 40 pounds in 12 weeks as part of their contest training. Happens all the time. I go slower, taking about 20 to 24 weeks to do it. I go from around 220 down to 176. I've done it more than a couple of times. It's all about discipline, patience, and persistence.

    About 1.5 pounds a week, on average, is a good pace. You can bounce 5 to 10 pounds of water, easy, on any given week, so, it's all about averages, and not day to day, or, even week to week.

    Virtually anyone can drop 10 pounds in a week by carb deloading and peeing. It's easy.
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    Dec 20, 2009 3:55 AM GMT
    well i am glad you found a routine that works well for you. best of luck.
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    MsclDrew said

    Every single one of the 200 Rj members that told you exactly that, the last 10 times you came trolling along with you threads of. I'm going to eat six carrot sticks and run for 12 hours a day and lose 60lbs by the end of the month just you weight and see...


    Seriously? Do you really like beating on a guy when he's feeling half good or does evil just run in The Family?

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    Dec 20, 2009 4:50 AM GMT
    Good luck Chaser. Come back in two weeks and let us know if your progress has continued in a positive way. Let's say nine pounds by 15 January.