Phil.tx
Joined September 2016
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Start Weight
450.0 lb
Lost so far: 241.9 lb

Current Weight
208.1 lb
Performance: gaining 2.0 lb a week

Goal Weight
280.0 lb
Still to go: 71.9 lb
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Humor, logic, guitar, satire, exercise, discipline, empathy.

College Graduate with a concentration in Psychology & Philosophy, Business & Biology

Farmer of Fowl, Rancher of Roses

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What is your basic work-out routine?
Phil wrote:
Dynamic Tension. Free weights are great until you sustain an injury. You will sustain an injury eventually. I got severe tendonitis in my elbow after going too heavy doing barbell rows, looking back, really stupid thing to do. It took years for the pain to completely subside.


I forgot to add martial arts; I do a lot of stretching and semi-aerobic karate kata, or as us 'Muricans like to call them, "forms", free sparring (which is a workout all it's own), heavy bag training, shadow boxing, yard work, gardening, and chicken farming!
posted 03 Apr 2019, 12:08
What is your basic work-out routine?
Dynamic Tension. Free weights are great until you sustain an injury. You will sustain an injury eventually. I got severe tendonitis in my elbow after going too heavy doing barbell rows, looking back, really stupid thing to do. It took years for the pain to completely subside.
posted 01 Apr 2018, 00:58
What would you tell your 16 year old self?
I'd tell myself that there's an obvious reason diabetics have high blood sugar and that it's no coincidence that obesity is often co-morbid. On an unrelated note I would tell myself to forget getting serious with any romantic relationship and to focus on myself and family.
posted 19 Aug 2017, 15:22
Any recipes or Groups on here for people following LCHF Diets?
I don't know, they just disappeared. Mahjohn, Fred, and Knuckles, to name a few. I stopped logging in for months. Kind of hard to feel inspired or want to inspire others when you've got naysayers and detractors criticizing your methods and making personal attacks.
posted 15 Aug 2017, 07:18
Any recipes or Groups on here for people following LCHF Diets?
Yes, it's only you. These aren't the droids you're looking for.

Joking, of course. There's been some measure of hostility to the keto diet and as a result some of the most successful and active keto members just stopped. Sad, but true!
posted 14 Aug 2017, 20:19
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