TryinginTexas
Joined February 2012
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Weight History

Start Weight
220.0 lb
Lost so far: 0 lb

Current Weight
220.0 lb
Performance: gaining 0.1 lb a week

Goal Weight
200.0 lb
Still to go: 20.0 lb

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TryinginTexas's Latest Member Challenges

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  30/6/3 Walk 30 Mins 6 Days a Week For 3 Weeks
status: Completed
ended: 25 Mar 13
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  MORE THAN PHYSICAL HEALTH
status: Completed
ended: 17 Jun 12
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TryinginTexas's Cookbook

cals: 198kcal | fat: 15.11g | carbs: 16.40g | prot: 3.59g
Cucumber Avocado Salad
Salad with cucumbers, avocados and tomatoes.
cals: 233kcal | fat: 9.66g | carbs: 30.26g | prot: 8.25g
Mango Black Bean Salsa
A quick and easy salsa, a great accompaniment grilled chicken.
cals: 186kcal | fat: 8.24g | carbs: 4.87g | prot: 23.67g
Baked Salmon with Tomatoes, Spinach and Mushrooms
Salmon fillets with complementary vegetables and a simple, tasty dressing.
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Need Suggestions for Low Impact Activities
I agree water exercises or recumbent bike. Remember, their is a weight capacity for fitness equipment. You should look into a active cyle. The person can sit somewhere they know will maintain their weight and pedal on the active cycle like they would a bike. Ellipticals or treadmills would not be a good place to start. Also, he needs to be certain to drink a lot of water and inorder to get his metabolism going he has to stick to eating his 5 - 6 meals a day. This takes much effort and a lot of preparation if you're going to eat right and stay on schedule. Breakfast, snack (optional), lunch, snack, dinner, snack. No food after 8pm to get started. If he is diabetic as well, he will need to eat something before he goes to sleep if not his blood sugar can get too low and cause some serious problems. He needs to start slow and build his stamina, definitely get with a physician before he starts. Lifting weights and strength training are great for diabetics because muscles absorb the sugars in your body and use as energy.
posted 11 Jun 2012, 12:55
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07 February 2017

starting over

05 August 2014

Ooh to be in my 20s again....As soon as I turned 30 things began to change. Now at 36 not only do I have to focus on losing weight but also need to take ...

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