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Old 02-22-2005, 07:42 PM
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I'm hitting the gym everyday. Also, doing some workouts at home. String bikini here I come! Sorry no pics!
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Eat right.............exercise...................die anyway

I'm the correct weight..........wrong height
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Dono, How big a boy are ya?

Well actually im not that big. 6'1" 215. Im still in pretty good shape. My waist used to be 33 now its 35 pushin 36. I notice when my uniform pants get smaller.
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i run regularly but only in the winter months. been doing it for years, 3.5 to 4 miles every other night. work out on the off days. funny thing is i only feel comfortable running in the winter at night, dont know why. just always done it that way. in the summer i keep very active and dont have to run as much. im 38 now and am a solid 200lbs most of the time (about 5'10") . when i was younger i went a mushey 240 lbs and it sucked. as i got older i changed my eating habbits and stayed active. feel much better now. actually one of the things i did was stoped drinking milk. by doing that i didnt want the junk food like cookies an stuff, worked pretty good.
It's interesting that you mentioned you stopped drinking milk. I drink a lot of milk, it's a must with anything sweet, especially chocolate. I just don't know if I could part with my milk. How'd you do it?
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Yes mabe it`s time to start working out again give me a minute
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It's interesting that you mentioned you stopped drinking milk. I drink a lot of milk, it's a must with anything sweet, especially chocolate. I just don't know if I could part with my milk. How'd you do it?
its funny i have Polish grandparents so as a kid THEY werent happy unless us kids had a fist full of candy an junk food after i got my first house at 18 those habbits still stuck with me. in my early 20's i really started packin on the LBS especially after i turned drinkin age . one day i looked in the cupboard (cheese cake, cookies,capn crunch) looked at my waist line (pushin 40 inches) an decided i needed to change some things, i was really starting to feel out of shape. it was kind of a fluke thing actually, i just stoped buying milk and i really didnt want the junk food without it. and besides you get better calcium and vitimins from other sources anyway. through the years it just kind of stuck with me and i have been able to keep the weight pretty much down. its also about moderation as well. during the week i eat pretty well, dont use condiments like salt, butter,mayonaise or anything like that. usually eat grilled plain chicken breast, brown rice, steamed veggies stuff like that. but on the weekend i toss that out the window and eat whatever the he!! i want seems to pan out OK.
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I jog around the block every morning. Then I kick it back under the bed.
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Been doing 12 ounce curls every night all winter....
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