Joined March 2019
Weight History

Start Weight
212.0 lb
Lost so far: 27.6 lb

Current Weight
184.4 lb
Performance: losing 11.2 lb a week

Goal Weight
180.0 lb
Still to go: 4.4 lb
I was born in 1963. I'm a father of two, stepfather of two and grandfather of three. My wife, Terri and I have been married since 2007. We live in beautiful Poway, California with our two dogs,Victoria and Stella Blue.

I'm a seasoned Learning and Development professional specializing in effective and efficient Instructional Design and Training Delivery. I have dedicated more than 20 years to working with executives to prioritize, plan and execute essential learning programs.
Portfolio site: https://portfolio.dbgurevich.com

I'm also a songwriter and performing artist with several albums available on Apple, Google, Spotify, Deezer and anywhere you get music. I've had some of my songs covered and recorded by other artists too.
Music site: www.davehowardmusic.com

davehoward63's Weight History


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davehoward63's Latest Posts

Mobile app vs. Website
I'm not sure if anyone will agree but I think the mobile app is really lacking a lot of functionality that I use on the website. Perhaps the mobile app is just for logging food or exercise on the go but I find I would most often rather wait until I get in front of my laptop.

From a technical standpoint I know the website is ASP.NET and the app is HTML5 but come on. It's 2020.

That is all.
posted 26 Jul 2020, 21:11
Sleeping aids when mind just can't stop working
If you haven't tried melatonin, Emergen-C makes a vitamin/melatonin powder you can mix with tea, water, juice, etc.
Really works. I also listen to a podcast or audiobook as I'm trying to fall asleep. Works like a charm. I put my phone under my pillow and use the app's sleep timer to automatically turn it off after 30 minutes. ZZzz. Good luck.
posted 24 Jul 2020, 20:52
Cheat day
If you increase calories IN; once a week, once a day, once a month, you have to increase calories OUT to balance. You have to burn more calories than you eat to lose weight. Simple.
posted 24 Jul 2020, 20:42
How Often Do you weigh yourself?
I weigh myself once a week, especially if I have a couple of days of constipation. When I'm not constipated I can weigh myself daily; usually first thing in the AM. I was told we're "lightest" in the morning. Not sure if that's factual.
posted 12 Jul 2020, 21:37
weight-loss plateau
Keep doing what you're doing. Celebrate the little victories and in time you will see more change.
posted 12 Jul 2020, 21:33
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