10 weeks, 10 pounds

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Now truly a fat bastard at 177... would say not sure what the fuck happened but truth is I overeat. Feel guilty as fuck about it yet continue to. Posting as gonna try hold self accountable by posting weekly if been greedy / lazy bastard or not.
 
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I started the year off at around 120kgs, now I'm down to 105kgs.
I only eat between 12pm and 8pm.
I run every night, 10 laps of a football field.
I eat meat, fruit and veg.

What diet or routine are you on matey?
 
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Seriously good for you. Go gym two, three times a week sometimes which is something I guess - but nothing killer. No control on diet. Better today but in real fuck it phase which trying kick.
 
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Seriously good for you. Go gym two, three times a week sometimes which is something I guess - but nothing killer. No control on diet. Better today but in real fuck it phase which trying kick.
just got to get your mind in gear, stick to a routine and cut any shit out. you cant out train a bad diet.

what are you trying to do?
lose weight? build muscle?
 
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just got to get your mind in gear, stick to a routine and cut any shit out. you cant out train a bad diet.

what are you trying to do?
lose weight? build muscle?
Yeah agree on diet. Just I used to have set work pattern, nowadays work so variable really hard have any sort of regime.

Lose the on setting belly is main concern.
 

DB Cooper

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I started the year off at around 120kgs, now I'm down to 105kgs.
I only eat between 12pm and 8pm.
I run every night, 10 laps of a football field.
I eat meat, fruit and veg.

What diet or routine are you on matey?
Well done on losing all that weight. No mean feat, particularly in what is a fairly short period of time.
 
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Well done on losing all that weight. No mean feat, particularly in what is a fairly short period of time.
its been boring and a little soul destroying but ive stuck to it and its fallen off.

12pm - 2 pork steaks with fried eggs on top and fruit
2.30pm - 2 pieces of chicken and fruit
5pm - Dinner (meat and veg)
7pm - Run (10 laps of a football field)
8pm - 2 soft boiled eggs and fruit
10pm - Sleep

I've been sticking to that, 7 days a week, since the 1st of Jan and its working for me...
 

DB Cooper

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its been boring and a little soul destroying but ive stuck to it and its fallen off.

12pm - 2 pork steaks with fried eggs on top and fruit
2.30pm - 2 pieces of chicken and fruit
5pm - Dinner (meat and veg)
7pm - Run (10 laps of a football field)
8pm - 2 soft boiled eggs and fruit
10pm - Sleep

I've been sticking to that, 7 days a week, since the 1st of Jan and its working for me...
Unless you really like running, you could vary the exercise a bit. It may keep you more interested / less bored, and if you get a leg injury - and it is highly probable at some point you will - it would be handy to have a plan B to fall back on.
 
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Unless you really like running, you could vary the exercise a bit. It may keep you more interested / less bored, and if you get a leg injury - and it is highly probable at some point you will - it would be handy to have a plan B to fall back on.
Yep, the weight loss will plateau at some point and I will need to mix it up once that comes.
Used to train jiu jitsu for years but tore my pec and never got back into it...
 

DB Cooper

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Yep, the weight loss will plateau at some point and I will need to mix it up once that comes.
Used to train jiu jitsu for years but tore my pec and never got back into it...
Not only does weight loss eventually plateau when doing the same thing all the time, so does body strength and endurance.

I had done almost the exact same stuff for years and it kept me in better-than-average shape. But eventually you realize that if you don't keep challenging your body it won't continue to improve.