Panos Tabasco
Joined May 2010
Weight History

Start Weight
238.1 lb
Lost so far: 18.1 lb

Current Weight
220.0 lb
Performance: losing 10.4 lb a week

Goal Weight
198.4 lb
Still to go: 21.6 lb

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  40lb drop during this summer boot camp!
status: Completed
ended: 14 Aug 10
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last weighin: losing 7.0 lb a week Down
last weighin: gaining 0.2 lb a week Up
last weighin: steady Steady
last weighin: losing 0.5 lb a week Down

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grrr my thing is set to buddies only and I didn't change any settings : /
I have no words to discribe how important your openess is to all of us. The thoughts you shared were also my initial motive when I had decided to be very open about everything with my effort from day 1. I am very impressed not only by your diet results (which ARE truly impressive) but also from the progress you chose to unfold to all of us as a person.
posted 01 Jul 2010, 03:32
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Hello! Don't think of quitting.
Are you sure all this exercise you do is "aerobic" exercise? By the term, I do not mean the 'aerobics' we sometimes do with a trainer at a gym and which usually is very strenuous but the type of exercise with which we burn relatively more fat than sugar (roughly speaking, these are the two fuels we burn). If your exercise is too strenuous, your body burns more sugars than fat. In order to reverse this analogy, when we exercise, we should exercise with light or moderate intensity (for an hour or more as you already very well do). A good rule of the thumb is that the intensity of our exercise must bring our heart rate only a little more than our heart rate when we are calm. For example, my heart rate when I am relaxed is 75-78 pulses per min, but when I exercise in order to burn fat, I make sure that I do not get more than 110-115 pulses/min. That helps me burn 70% fat and 30% sugar and not the opposite. I hope this helped a little but I also suggest you ask a professional too, like a trainer or an expert on diets. Make sure he answers to this particular issue of yours and not give you abstract advice and that his advice is not influenced by the particular form of training he is more acquainted with (I had that experience). Again, though, the worst option you have is to quit! All the best, Panos
posted 25 May 2010, 03:49
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Back from mini vacation. Didn't do that bad. Hello to all!

01 July 2010

Note: I had done very well in the last two days diet-wise, except that glass of beer of the day before yesterday. No beer yesterday of course. And there ...

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