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Kiss My Ass FriDAILIES (Read 255 times)

FlippyNoodle


Not a dude

    Thanks everyone!  Down 87lbs in a year, I'll take it!  I was looking at pictures from last Christmas, and I don't even recognize myself lol. Wife and I need to do a before/after shot, found a pic of us from last Dec, it's unreal.  She's down 123lbs. Smile  

     

    WOW!!! That is awesome!!!!!!!


    Bad Ass

      Hmm, so far we've got a funny ass, a hairy ass, a hard ass, a hot ass and a pretty ass....oh, and a Bad Ass.

       

      Sheeit, we're gettin' more ass than a toilet seat! 

       

      Big grin

       

      You rang?

      Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner

      Blog

      "The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."


      Mmmmm...beer

        WOW!!! That is awesome!!!!!!!

         

        Thanks!  It's definitely been a great year for both of us, can't wait to see what next year brings!

        -Dave

        My running blog

        2014 Goals | sub-19 5k done! | sub-40 10k done! | BQ done! | sub-3 M

        Nightcrawler-


        You may be right

          Hmm, so far we've got a funny ass, a hairy ass, a hard ass, a hot ass and a pretty ass....oh, and a Bad Ass.

           

          Sheeit, we're gettin' more ass than a toilet seat! 

           

          Big grin

           

          Now all we need is that guy to post a picture of his nice bare ass that I ran across the other day in a thread then this thread would be complete. I don't remember the thread or the guys name (sorry I'm new here..I'm bad with names). If I remembered his name I'd PM him for him to contribute to this thread. . :-)

           

          Don't believe everything you think. 


          Will run for scenery.

            Thanks everyone!  Down 87lbs in a year, I'll take it!  I was looking at pictures from last Christmas, and I don't even recognize myself lol. Wife and I need to do a before/after shot, found a pic of us from last Dec, it's unreal.  She's down 123lbs. Smile  

             

            That is amazing !  Especially hitting it at this time of year.  I was looking through the race photo thread yesterday and saw your pics and thought : "Wasn't that the dude who lost a bunch of weight ? Nah, couldn't be..."

             

            I lost around 40 and was about 2 pounds shy of my "normal" (1980's) weight over the summer, but injury, darkness, work, laziness, and the eating season did some damage.  I'm on the way back down now, so I guess I get to hit my goal again.

            Stupid feet!

            Stupid elbow!


            @runjerseygirl

              Now all we need is that guy to post a picture of his nice bare ass that I ran across the other day in a thread then this thread would be complete. I don't remember the thread or the guys name (sorry I'm new here..I'm bad with names). If I remembered his name I'd PM him for him to contribute to this thread. . :-)

               

              That was Matt.  And mucknort sent a few of us a sexy ass pic.  :whistle:

              Do you even run?

              RunTomRun


              Wickedly Average

                D2T2, congrats on the weight!

                 

                6 miles, easy pace, very windy out. Slower than usual, but that's OK. 9:44 pace including about 7:35 for the last 0.1 mile. The wind was really standing me up at times.

                Tom (formerly known as PhotogTom)

                5K - 25:16, 10K - 55:31,  15K - 1:20:55,   HM - 1:54:54

                LRB


                Dreamer

                  You forgot about my boobies....

                  Asses, cakeballs, and boobies.  S*S would pull her hair out!  Wink

                  MRT: This too shall pass I made it!


                  @runjerseygirl

                    Asses, cakeballs, and boobies.  S*S would pull her hair out!  Wink

                     

                    There wouldn't be a BF left once she got done with us, LOL!  

                    Do you even run?


                    Bad Ass

                      Asses, cakeballs, and boobies.  S*S would pull her hair out!  Wink

                       

                      Too bad she is not moderating this place.  Wait....Joking

                      Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner

                      Blog

                      "The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."

                      LRB


                      Dreamer

                        Got my results back.  My cholesterol is now seven points higher than it was in 2010 when I ate meat and wasn't running.

                         

                         

                        I'm gonna go order the biggest, fattest, thickest steak I can find and die happy!

                        MRT: This too shall pass I made it!


                        Bad Ass

                          Got my results back.  My cholesterol is now seven points higher than it was in 2010 when I ate meat and wasn't running.

                           

                           

                          I'm gonna go order the biggest, fattest, thickest steak I can find and die happy!

                           

                          Bah.

                          Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner

                          Blog

                          "The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."

                          Just B.S.


                            Thanks everyone!  Down 87lbs in a year, I'll take it!  I was looking at pictures from last Christmas, and I don't even recognize myself lol. Wife and I need to do a before/after shot, found a pic of us from last Dec, it's unreal.  She's down 123lbs. Smile  

                             Wow! Huge congrats to you both!!! That is so awesome!

                             

                            Hubby and I both lost almost 50 lbs when we started running (13 years for me and 10 for him).

                            I cringe now when I look at old photos but I also like to remind myself of what our old life was

                            like and how much better our 40's were than our 30's when we were overweight and less

                            active.

                             

                            If we hadn't done something then I hate to think where we would be now. I read the dailies but

                            but an a very unregular poster here but I wanted to pop in and say a big huge Way To Go!!!

                              Wtf LRB? Are you on the same diet as my co-worker? He calls himself vegetarian, but he doesn't actually eat vegetables. Just cookies and chips. I'm sorry to hear that. I hope you can get those numbers down ... Otherwise just order that steak.


                              Will run for scenery.

                                Got my results back.  My cholesterol is now seven points higher than it was in 2010 when I ate meat and wasn't running.

                                 

                                 

                                I'm gonna go order the biggest, fattest, thickest steak I can find and die happy!

                                 

                                In my couch potato days (up until year and a half ago) my doc kept nagging me about my numbers and then came the label 'pre-diabetic'.  That plus a minor chest pain after a 1 mile walk played a big role in me deciding to get into shape.

                                 

                                Diet-wise, I went low carb; not extreme carbo-phobia, just counted my calories and found the easiest ones for me to eliminate and not feel deprived were the carbs.  Zero soda, almost no bread, rice, or pasta.  And dessert was for special occassions, in moderation.  Really, the dessert part was the only tough part.

                                 

                                But one thing I did NOT give up was fat.  If anything, my intake of eggs, bacon, and butter went up, and I only made a tiny downward adjustment in the portion size of my fave : the grilled ribeye steak.  I cook more meals outdoors than in.

                                 

                                Six months of this made for some serious weight loss, and a moderate improvement in my blood tests.  But when I got into running, the numbers went crazy.  Good crazy.  My doc shook his head, and kept muttering "this is amazing".  He said it's what it looks like when the lab mixes up the samples.  (Boy, that makes you feel confident, don't it ?).  Several of my numbers were still highlighted, and I asked why.  He said they were still outside of the ordinary range.  On the good side.

                                 

                                Anyway, there's lots of pushy advice to be had on diet, so I don't want to come off as that guy.  But you might want to look into a lower carb and higher fat diet.  High fat sounds totally crazy and wrong, but the science condemning fat is pretty shabby.  Its mostly just a policy that has been repeated often enough to sound familiar and therefore must be true.  

                                Stupid feet!

                                Stupid elbow!