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I AM going to get on the bike Friday and ride 20 or more miles
70 pounds and 15" off my waist. Yeah, I admit it, I'm kinda' proud of my results so far. And, Shane, I just told him to GET IN MAH BELL-UH!
Holy Balls Chuck good job. I wish I had gotten as far as you in a year.
Maybe I would have had if I hadn't let drama get me off track.
Step one - Inside you, deep inside, make the decision that you're going to actually do this, and achieve it. Without that commitment, you're not going to succeed. Ultimately it must come from within. Step two - start. I don't care how small the first step is, it is the most difficult. I "played exercise" for two years before I actually came to the realization that I needed to be serious. It sounds like you're at that stage, right now. Step three, address your diet. Now that you've begun moving, even just a bit, you're going to want to fix your diet. I don't mean something transformative...just make a small change. Add more vegetables. Only take 1 scoop of ice cream instead of two. Exchange baked chicken for fried chicken. And repeat...Little changes add up. And those incremental successes are a wonderful motivator. It's taken me just over a year, but I've seen some results doing exactly this.
Doc says I'm borderline diabetic. Should lose about a hundred pounds. Join the gym again and spin on the bike. Bad joints.
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