Low HR Training

Losing the Blubber...cooling the core... (Read 2310 times)

     Although you have to wonder if he is already running at that weight and he turned it into muscle instead of trying to lost weight if his running would be better overall.

     

    for running any extra weight beyond necessary muscles for running is dead weight in general (with a few exceptions e.g. increased blood volume does perhaps weigh a tiny bit extra but very useful..)

      date lbs. waist %BodyFat

      Fat

      lbs.

      lean

      lbs.

      4/21/10  184  42.00"  31.0%  57  127
       6/21/10  176  38.88"  25.8%  45  131
       7/5/10  173  38.50"  25.3%  44  130
       7/21/10  166  37.50"  23.7%  39  127
      8/3/10   162  36.25  21.6%  35  127
       12/21/10  174  39.00"  26.1%  45  129
      4/21/11 181 41.00" 29.2% 53 128
      5/23/11 177 39.75" 27.3% 48 129
       6/30/11  174  38.75"  25.7%  45  129
       7/22/11  164  36.88"  22.6%  37  127
       7/29/11  164  36.50"  22.0%  36  128
      8/5/11 166 36.38" 21.8% 36 130
      8/11/11 165 36.00" 21.1% 35 130
      8/19/11 164 35.88" 20.9% 34 130

       Running out to get my new pair of 35.88" briefs today.

      --Jimmy

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      Race Less Train More

        date lbs. waist %BodyFat

        Fat

        lbs.

        lean

        lbs.

                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
        8/19/11 164 35.88" 20.9% 34 130

         Running out to get my new pair of 35.88" briefs today.

        --Jimmy

         20 lbs in 16 months WTG>

        Run until the trail runs out.

        2013***1500 miles

        50 miler

         

         

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        gregw


          Congrats, Jimmy.  That's awesome!  We're the same weight now.  I got down to 154 last summer, but am back up to 164, following the "run less, eat more" program.

            Congrats, Jimmy.  That's awesome!  We're the same weight now.  I got down to 154 last summer, but am back up to 164, following the "run less, eat more" program.

             

            Thanks Ron and Greg,

             

            I'm back to slow weight loss, which is what I want. Not a big fan of the "stress diet." Cool

            Now that I'm the same weight as you, Greg, are you finally going to start returning my calls?

            I heard the 164 club was a friendly place. It was lonely at 165+.

             

            Keep going guys!

            --jimmy

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            Shondek


              date lbs. waist %BodyFat

              Fat

              lbs.

              lean

              lbs.

              4/21/10  184  42.00"  31.0%  57  127
               6/21/10  176  38.88"  25.8%  45  131
               7/5/10  173  38.50"  25.3%  44  130
               7/21/10  166  37.50"  23.7%  39  127
              8/3/10   162  36.25  21.6%  35  127
               12/21/10  174  39.00"  26.1%  45  129
              4/21/11 181 41.00" 29.2% 53 128
              5/23/11 177 39.75" 27.3% 48 129
               6/30/11  174  38.75"  25.7%  45  129
               7/22/11  164  36.88"  22.6%  37  127
               7/29/11  164  36.50"  22.0%  36  128
              8/5/11 166 36.38" 21.8% 36 130
              8/11/11 165 36.00" 21.1% 35 130
              8/19/11 164 35.88" 20.9% 34 130

               Running out to get my new pair of 35.88" briefs today.

              --Jimmy

               Hey Jimmy how's the regime going and what's your hip waist ratio?

                 Hey Jimmy how's the regime going and what's your hip waist ratio?

                 

                My weight hasn't changed much since 8/19. Same weight 164/165-ish. Waist is about the same, though I haven't measured since then. I just went through a very abnormally stressful time, as I did in July, but made sure to eat enough this time around, and maintained weight. In July I lost ten pounds in 3 weeks. Now that I'm back home and to my routine, I plan to get back on the weight loss track and see if I can get another ten off. Though that won't start for another week or so. I'm giving myself a little time to decompress with little restrictions on things like food, TV,  and wailing at the moon at midnight.

                 

                I don't measure my hips---not part of the male %fat formula---plus, they're so jiggy that they would be very hard to pin down for a measuring.  Cool

                 

                -Jimmy

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