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Hometown AG win.
Great job, spark!
I can relate to feeling stuck, slap. I started around 210 and have now been around the low 180s for what seems like forever. Want to eventually hit 175.
I bet running longer distances will help.
On the road back
To be honest, I didn't actually change too much of my eating habits. I just ran more and more and worked up to 50-60 mile weeks. From running more I felt healthier and want to eat healthier as a result. I used no secret diet techniques and it took me 2 years to lose the weight... just lots of running in between!
But I did hit many plateaus. 172, 161 seemed to be the levels that were hard to breach. It seemed that I lost ~20lbs every year, for every long distance race I did. I don't think its a coincidence.
You guys can do it! Run lots (safely) and eat healthy!
...oh yeah... and post pics
Blaine Moore (MM#2867)
I've been waiting a few months till my most recent race to post these!
My first race ever - Half Marathon in Victoria.
Taken: October 2006
Weight: 174 lbs (heaviest ever was 187lbs but I don't have photo's)
Finishing Time: 1:38:00
Royal Victoria Marathon
Taken: October 12, 2008
Weight: 152 lbs.
Finishing Time: 3:06:00
Run to Win23 Marathons, 10 Ultras, 16 States (Full List)
First or last...it's the same finish line
HF #4362 - no really :)
Yoda the 4-eared cat
At my heaviest I was 228 lbs I now weigh around 172 lbs.
You still into r/c aircraft?
Rick "The will to win means nothing without the will to prepare." - Juma Ikangaa "I wanna go fast." Ricky Bobbyrunningforcassy.blogspot.com
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