The weighting game

As with millions of other people, I made a resolution this year to lose weight. I’m getting older and the pounds just seem to accumulate. My clothes fir poorly. And I’m convinced that if I can lose 25 lbs, it will put me in a “dateable range”.

So I set goals at the beginning of the year. 

Not just some nebulous goals, but definite lbs and timelines.  I want to be under 220 by my trip to Kansas City in late March.  And hopefully hitting 210 around June. 

So far it’s been… frustrating. 

While I’ve managed to lose 11 lbs to date– I’m sort of stuck now. No matter what I do, I can’t seem to budge the needle, at least not easily.  I’ve modified my diet and eating schedule, and I’ve amped up cardio with some running. I am also lifting more weights. 

But still I’m stuck.  And disappointed. 

And my clothes don’t feel any more loose. 

I’m almost to the point of trying “diet pills” to help me “magically burn fat”.  

Regardless, I have got to get to 200 lbs, or below. My future health (and dating potential) is at stake!

About cb

Nickname: Munt Measurements: 45 B, 34, 38(?) Ambition: to be the best human ever! Turn ons: long walks on the beach, romantic dinners, porn, rainbows, cock Turn offs: bad smell face, men who are full of themselves, dead puppies, popcorn, sadness
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7 Responses to The weighting game

  1. Tony says:

    Obviously I am no fitness expert, but if you are lifting, you probably are adding some pounds of muscle. And muscle is heavier than fat. So you can’t just go by the numbers.

  2. Damien says:

    Walk. Seriously. I have dropped 4 inches off my waist simply by walking. Walk with hills though. Combo flat and hills is what I do.

  3. Martin says:

    Flexibility. As Tony says muscles bring weight, walking, running eventually will begin to wear on your knees. I have done yoga since I was 20. That was a long time ago. I weigh a bit more and my knees have been injured, but I am still as flexible as all get out. Sexually, CB, you want to easily get your legs up comfortably and turned in sensual positions. Flexibility! good luck, mwg

  4. Partick says:

    How do you feel about tooth loss? If ok with it, I hear that meth addiction does wonders toward shedding pounds (not to mention teeth, friends, family, money, careers, general stability, etc)! In all seriousness, I vote for walking. The oldest and fittest people I know have a daily walking routine. It’s not a quick fix, but a long term plan.

  5. truthspew says:

    Try to cut back on your use of sugar. Seriously – sugar is fairly toxic when you come right down to it. And the average person in the U.S. consumes 75lbs of it per year.

    I limit the amount of sugar in coffee, don’t drink anything with sugar added, and make my own salad dressings and I don’t use sugar.

  6. Chip says:

    Weight Watchers for Men. It works and is nutritionally sound.

  7. MiGuy says:

    Just find you a chubby chaser and forget the rest šŸ™‚

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