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    Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Hi there everyone.
    I decided to start this new thread to mainly invite anyone who needs to lose weight, but do not feel motivated or have enough dedication to do it alone.

    I do not know if this type of thread had been posted before or if there is a current thread that is doing what I am about to propose.

    Anyone who want to lose weight can come here everyday, or whenever to connect, motivate, share, encourage one another.

    I find it is very hard to exercise alone. On another website, I found a forum similar to this. Everyday the people on that website will go on to tell each other what they have done. By reading that, I found it was very encouraging for me to exercise. Now, I wanted to try to do it with you guys.

    The rules are very simple:
    1. Be honest.
    2. Be nice.
    3. Tell us your goals, how much weight you are planning to lose.
    4. Tell us how you are planning to do it? What type of exercise.
    5. If someone need motivation or questions, be open and nice enough to share your own secrets and ideas.
    6. Stick to your plans, tell us what you have accomplished so far. Even if you didn't exercise at all, tell us why and we will help encourage you.

    You guys can come into here everyday to update on what have you done: Jog, Run, Walk, Sport, Weight lifting, etc. etc.. We can start a group together and share the sweat together, share the problems together, and share the accomplishments together.

    Who would like to join me?
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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Let me start first. I want to lose about 20 lbs atleast.

    I have recently lost 30 lbs by playing tennis and dieting, but my weight loss had came to a halt. No matter how much I am trying, I am not losing weight and is constantly staying the same on the scale.

    I decided now to mix in all this with running and jogging several miles a night.

    I have just started running recently, therefore I cannot run too fast or run too far.

    Tonight I was finally motivated enough, after a hard day of working, to run 3 miles. I had done this in 20 minutes and it feels great. Very tiring, very hard, but right now I am smiling with satisfaction.

    I know tomorrow when I wake up my legs will aches like crazy..but oh well..

    I am also planning to try and put swimming into my exercise schedules but for the moment I do not want to over work my muscles.

    How about you guys?

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    I started because I was diagnosed as being diabetic. I have lost 67 pounds(from 287 to to around 225) but like you I have hit a wall. I did it by folowing a low carb diet and using a tread mill and exercise bike for a half hour each day. Now that good weather is here I've started golfing, which the way I play involves a lot of walking. Hopefully I can lose around another 25-30 pounds. If I can get below 200 lbs it will be the first time I have weighed that little since the 7th grade(almost 40 year ago.)

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Hi, Eternaldarkness!
    I think that your idea is good, but I guess that i couldn't do that cause I'm so lazy and I don't have a strong personality however I'd like to lose weith too, 9 lbs, therefore I'm with you and I animate you when You need it. Go for It!

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Thanks mate,
    This is just what I need. Its' so hard to lose weight without support and motivation.
    Since hitting my forties I've piled on the weight and found it really hard to lose, I've tried diets ( in my opinion they don'y work) but if you eat well and don't deny yourself a treat from time to time then you shouldn't have to go on a diet. The hardest thing for me is excersing, I've been to 3 gyms now and all I've lost is the money I paid for in membership fees.
    I ideally like to lose at least 3 -4 stone ( sorry don't know what that is in kilos ).
    I'm looking forward to reading peoples views and getting support.
    Thanks once again and I can be of support to someone as well.

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Everyone can call me Shaun.

    I am glad I am getting response.

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    Jft245, you are amazing! To lose 67 pounds is something very hard to do and you have accomplished that. I believe that if you continue to try, like you are trying now, you will lose all that weight in a not a very long time. I do agree with you that playing golf will help you to reach your goal. Most of the time, walking and being under the sun will help you sweat more. To be honest with you, I started gaining weight in highschool and never could lose it. It was until after 4 years of highschool that was when I realized I had gained too much, but I couldn't do anything about it. I was too, giving up, until recently I told myself if all others can do it and you can read their success stories here and there, WE CAN TOO!
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    switchboyad!!! Do not say that. I know my first rule is honesty but do not say that. You are not lazy and you know it. You have only that much to lose and you shouldn't give up anytime soon. Nobody is born with a strong personality. You must believe in yourself and give yourself the confident to build a strong personality. I am here, infact, we are all here to motivate you. Everyone is lazy, I have to admit, but you can change that instantly. How about tomorrow, just take a short moderate-pace walk for 15 minutes around your home and neighborhood areas. Start out small, you don't have to do anything much. Just tell yourself this is your first guiding step to success. TRUST ME, when you come back tomorrow you will realize that the drops of sweats that you have let out during your walk is proof you are on the right path. You will feel better! Why don't you do just that tomorrow, I am only suggesting so you don't need to do it at all if you do not feel like it. Everyone came here to get to their goal, and if you stick to yours, I am pretty sure you will be the first or among the firsts to lose all that weight!
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    Kontiki59 you have truly understand what I mean. I cannot lose weight by myself, never. For the first several months that I started exercising and dieting, it was so hard. None of my friends wanted to join me. I was left alone to had no one to play tennis with. How could I start losing weight when none of my friends wanted to help me? Easy, I pull my mom, sister, little cousins who are only 8 and 10 years old to play. I know it sounds ridiculous but I really needed the exercise. Guess what? I had fun. The tennis was boring but running around to pick up all the balls that they hit outside really helped keep my motivation up!
    Diet in my opinion is not some type of food that you can eat or cannot eat. Diet to me is to restrain from overeating, and I did that all the time (over-eating!!). I began to tell myself : small portions! As my teacher in HS taught, when you are very hungry, a small anything will make you full, but you have to wait about 10 to 15 minutes. Therefore, eat a small little bit and then ignore the food. Pretty soon in 15 minutes, you will forget you are even hungry at all.
    Exercising is alway very hard. I do not join any gyms because that was a huge mistake. Without motivations and support from a friend, I find it totally boring and unexciting to go to the gym alone. Instead of running on a treadmill, try running around the neighborhood. To help myself to do that, I went and bought myself new running shoes that are comfortable, new running sport socks, a small gadget to calculate miles and a very cheap radio (or ipods if you prefer) to listen too and use during my running. Believe it or not, with the music you will feel less tiring. Do not waste your money at the gym no longer. Later on when you have the motivation then you can go there, but as for now...you should know that I am somewhere..possibly on the other side of the earth motivating, exercising, (perhaps even) jogging/running with you!

    Keep up everyone!

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Hi guys,

    I'm not so worried about the weight, I'm worried about the fat. If I were to just loose my chubbiness I think I would like to loose 20 kgs. I'm 110 now I'd really like to be below 100. I'd really like to fit my 92 cm pants instead of the 102cm ones I'm wearing now.

    I've started walking to work. The goal tomorrow is to join the gym at work. I have a friend who want to go, so that should help, we can motivate each other - although I have to admit, I have a lot more work to do than him.

    My motivation is that I'm 25 and chubby - always have been, I'd like to get in shape, before It all goes down hill. I'd like to have an attractive body, that I'm not ashamed of.

    Can I make a suggestion for this thread. I think we should all take photos of our bodies, and post them, we could show our progress - would help us stay motivated I think.

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    here is some motivation for you



    that photo on the left is just scary

    The Cake is a LIE!!!

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    joshbloggs, that is the attitude that I really wanted to hear. Not only did your motivation will help you but reading what you just wrote above really made me want to try even harder.

    That idea isn't bad either. Whenever we feel lazy we can alway check back to this thread to see other's success stories. I really hope you and your friend can get you guy's goal soon and I would love to see you wear those size 92cm pants.

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    AJ you are the bravest person I have met here so far. Not only was you the first person to post up the pictures but you posted it up with tenacity and courage!!!

    The photo on the left showed a person who was very unhappy about his image, the eyes of sorrow and regrets... that person is no longer.

    The person on the right is strong and brave. Through your eyes, I can see new beginnings and hopes.
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    May everyone who saw these images will feel very motivated to make new changes and shed away those images of undesire.

    C'mon people! Tell us about yourself or what you have done today and how do you feel after doing it!

    Right now its almost 3 in the morning, so I have to go to bed now. I will wake up tomorrow and go exercising again. You will read my post tomorrow then.

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    EternalDarkness,

    There are many causes for hitting a plateau of weight-loss.

    Last year, I happened upon a cool site for men who want to lose weight and make friends at the same time.

    Check out http://www.realjock.com/

    They have a lot of fitness information, advice, and motivators for not only losing weight, but for forging a fitness lifestyle.

    Remember that the best motivation for being fit is quality of life. There is something about being fit that makes your mind/body feel a sense of wellbeing.

    Good luck. Maybe when you've become a ripped athlete, you'll post us a couple of pix so we can share your triumph!

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    CONGRATS to all who have decided to lose some weight! Totally awesome! I have lost 20 lbs and 4 inches off my waist! already and have like 10-12 more to lose until I am going to be comfortable with myself completely. I don't need washboard stomach, but a flat stomach would be nice. my biggest goal was getting rid of my dickie doo and I got that accomplished. I follow the ABS diet, from the editor of Men's Health magazine. works phenomenally. no hunger, variety of foods, and easy to follow exercise routines. I strength train 3 times a week, circuit style. I have to step up the cardio though, those last 10 lbs are a real bitch! lol.

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Oky doky... Here's my stats...

    Current weight, BMI and Body Fat Percentage: ~180 lbs., 23.6, ~19% (for Body Fat Percentage, I used this http://www.he.net/~zone/prothd2.html)

    Goal: Well, I want to lose fat, but gain lean muscle mass at the same time... Basically, I want to have a somewhat athletic body, you know the one, with the nice abs, pecs, etc... My goal for weight is uncertain, but for Body fat percentage, I eventually want it to be less than 15%, and some day, less than 10%.

    Diet: Well, currently, I try to eat as healthy as possible. For breakfast, I usually eat cereal, or, if I have time, make eggs and pancakes. For lunch... Well, depends on what I want. I sometimes have a sub, but lunch for me is usually a salad, with a roll, fruit, and soup. And dinner, well, whatever my mom makes for dinner (still live with parents, and going to be with them till maybe end of freshman year or halfway through sophomore year). I try to control my portions, but I cave into pressure from my mom to eat more...

    Exercise: I try to exercise, but like others, I don't have the motivation or drive. Once in a great while, I will be inspired to go out and jog for an hour. I have started lifting weights, 3x a week, each day with a certain muscle group (Monday - Upper body, Wed.- Total Body, Fri- Lower Body), and again, I try to jog, but for some reason, it doesn't feel right whenever I run. Maybe it's my shoes, or the music on my iPod... Any suggestions there will be most appreciated.

    Also, I want to add that since summer is coming up, I am going to try and swim more, but I am trying to save up for my first car, and other stuff, and will be getting a second job for those purposes, so my life will be busy this summer.

    Plans: For my diet, I plan on eating more but smaller, healthier meals, maybe eating every two hours (somewhere I read that if you eat frequently, your metabolism stays "on" and continually burns the calories?). For exercise, I plan to jog more, maybe do some swimming, and since I have DDR:Max (Dance Dance Revolution: Max) for PS2, I might just do that more often... Just have to learn. And lastly, I think that I will try to get more sleep, as I am writing this at 12:25 AM, and I have to wake up in about 5.5 hours...

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Wow, what a great idea SexyGuy!! I'll make it a sticky and see if it holds on... that way it will always be at the top. If you prefer otherwise, let me know and I can unstick it.

    Losing weight is difficult, no doubt. I have not yet had that problem but I do stick to a fairly regular exercise routine. The key imo is doing something that you enjoy that is active. If it is something you don't really like, it is going to be hard to stick to it. For instance, I hate running. I've tried a few times b/c I know that it is good for you in general, but I don't like the thought of it, I don't like doing it, and I don't feel all that great after it. So I switched and went to swimming, which I love. So make sure you like what you're doing. Sometimes you have to try it for a while before you give up on it though. Like weight lifting... if I haven't done it for a while, it sucks and I'm unhappy. But I know that if I push through I get to a point where it is enjoyable on a regular basis.

    Good luck to all and keep us posted. SexyGuy, I'll let you run with this since it was your idea. Let me know if there is anything you want help with along the way... excellent idea!!

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    Wow, this is just what I needed....and the timing's just perfect. Thanks for making this Shaun!

    My goal is to lose around 30lbs, at least.

    I don't like stating my current weight cos it's not something I'm proud of, but since you asked to be honest: last time I checked the scale last week I weighed in at 201lbs.

    A little background on my weight dealings:
    At this time last year I weighed 239-240 lbs and I was always pretty big growing up. I decided enough was enough after being sick of the way I looked so I drowned myself in health books - got the Abs Diet book along w/a ton others. I learned what was the right way to eat in order to lose weight, which was NOT to starve myself. Anyhoo, I started late June of 2006 and by early September I dropped to 205lbs. I cut off soda, junk food, and almost all fast food from my diet. It slowed down a bit after that but I still lost 15lbs....my the start of this year I weighed 190lbs but I hit a wall after, now matter how much more I tried I didn't lose anymore.

    I got fed up w/ working my butt off and not losing any more weight so I eased up a bit on food restrictions and exercising, this was about two months ago. When I weighed myself last week, after not doing so during that time, I found out I gained back 10lbs which sucks because I sent down the drain all my work during winter.

    I'm not big but I know if I don't control it again, it'll keep going. Plus, I want to look good for you know what

    I recently started doing exercises at home. I have a swiss ball I never used before so I started doing crunches and other things on there. The main thing I want to focus on is my cardio, I'd really like to go out and do my night jogs like I used to but I can't summon myself up enough to start again. Mainly a mixture of embarrassment, not being able to run for too long w/out breaking, and some laziness. If I had a running partner that would greatly help and I'd definitely go jogging but I don't know anyone so that's out of the question.

    For the moment I'll continue doing my at-home exercises. I do have a pair of those Bowflex Select dumbbells that I also never used so I'll try and incorporate those.

    Sorry for the long post lol, didn't think I'd turn out as lengthy.

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Quote Originally Posted by jockboy01 View Post
    Wow, what a great idea SexyGuy!! I'll make it a sticky and see if it holds on... that way it will always be at the top. If you prefer otherwise, let me know and I can unstick it.

    ...

    Good luck to all and keep us posted. SexyGuy, I'll let you run with this since it was your idea. Let me know if there is anything you want help with along the way... excellent idea!!
    Uhm... just wanna correct you. I didn't think about making this thread a sticky. Eternaldarkness and joshbloggs are the ones who should get the credit for this thread, and the idea of making this a sticky, respectively...

    Oh, and before I go to sleep, here's my post:

    Today I didn't feel like exercising. I felt depressed, tired, and there's more, just too much to list. Though, I should say that I now feel happy. Had my first gay kiss (yup. I'm a virgin... lol) and it was from a guy that I have wanted to be with... Details later.

    Back to exercise. I finally did go exercising, but it wasn't really anything. I rode my bike to and from the tanning salon, and then had a Cookies & Cream Frappe Freeze and a cookie. So all the calories I burned was for naught. Oh well... Time for bed.

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Thank you Scottyz, that was a really great website to look at. I will definately post some pictures when I lose all the weight and get the ripped athletic body I am thriving for!

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    StormofSwords921, congratulation on your success so far. The Abs diet from the men's magazine must be really great. The last 10lbs are a real bitch to lose, yes, but do not give up. Eat right, exercise moderately and pretty soon, the next time you step on that scale, the weights might be off already without you knowing it!! My goal was to get a flat stomach and be comfortable with myself too, but now since I have almost reached my goal, I decided to push on even further and I think you need to do that too! If you can lose the last 10 lbs and keep up with your motivation, you'll lose 10 more and then some more and those abs will definately start to show up! Keep up the good work my friend!

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    SexyGuy!! Wow, DDR is also something I love to do too! I am still using it whenever I am bored and tired of running. Talking about running, the shoes is a must but the music is also very important. I try to get music that has a steady beat to it, something I can count to, so when I jog i'll jog along with the beat. I tend to start out with a slow beat..then the next song a faster beat, the next song really hiphoppidy fast and then go back to the slower beats. It gets so much better that way. I do not like to chose music that I know I will definately sing too! Music from the Black Eye Peas are great to listen to when you jog. Music that you can sing with, will make you run out of air even faster. Another thing that is quite important is drink alot of water before you run, and when I say a lot, I mean A LOT! It helps fill you up with energy that you will burn off with sweat and feel so much better. One last thing is a small gadget you can buy at the store for cheap, something that will tell you how many miles you have jogged. Make a goal for the first night. In half an hour jog 1 mile. Then the next time, in half an hour jog 2. Don't do too much because you will feel too sore after and lose the motivation to jog again.

    Eating smaller portions is best and I do that! Stop drinking sodas and before you pick something up from the stores from drinks to food, look at the calories. If you know you must exercise a long time to burn that junk food, you will train yourself to stop eating it.

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    Jockboy01 thank you for making this thread into a sticky and I love it! It is so much easier to find and I do not need to search for it. Perhaps by doing it that way, more people will become attracted and we will all help each other to lose weight together!

    I totally agree on what you have said above. The key is to chose an exercise you enjoy and like! Some people likes running, some people like playing sports, some like swimming. I like all three therefore I mixed them all up. I do not like lifting weights but I know that is a must after I lose all my fats.

    Hehehe, do not worry about the mistakening of Sexy guy and I, we have similar avatars so that must be the reason why. Even though it was my idea and I started this thread, but I really do not care anyone running this thread.

    We all came here to get motivation and we should all work together and share the credits. Without all of you guys participation, this thread wouldn't be a great idea at all! Thank you all!

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    SoccerFck, do not say that. I know you are not proud of your weight but you should be proud of yourself. Being able to open up and be honest to me and all others on here, that is already a very big leap that you have taken toward success.

    I totally understand what you are saying about hitting a wall too, as I do feel that way. Recently I've been trying even harder. On sunday I was suppose to jog 3 miles in the morning but I pushed it even further and went to the beach to play football, soccer, and swimming. It was fun and very enjoyable. You just could never give up. You have seen the outcome when you did. For some other people, gaining weight is hard, but for us...gaining 5 to 10 lbs can be a matter of a week or two. *sigh*

    Long post!!!?? My posts are wayy even longer. Honesty is the first rule in here. Being honest just doesn't come up in a few words, even if your post takes half the page here, I will read it all! The key to jogging is to not do too much. Start small. Each time try a little longer a little longer. You do not need a partner!! You're jogging for yourself because you need to stand up for yourself to lose those weight! Exercising is boring, but will become something you will enjoy once you've gotten use too. I am addicted already. If I stay home one night and do nothing, I will start to hate myself. When you are really lazy, and we all do MOST of the time, just go take a 15 minute walk. At least we are doing something besides sitting home to gain more weight!

    Too bad we are like an ocean apart, or else I would love to be your jogging buddy! But, that is why you came here. We all need motivation to exercise. I will try my best to give advice and do that.

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    on my days that i feel really lazy, I will work on my abs with a machine call ABSLIDE. If you can get it right and in the correct position, you will see tightening of your abs in less than a week. It also works out my shoulder, chest and biceps.

    I really recommend anyone to try this. I will gladly help out if you need help on the correct position. It is very easy, but it doesn't come with a thorough instruction on how to use correctly. Ofcourse, there are others exercise machines you can buy, so I am just only suggesting what I am using.

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    SexyGuy, gladly your evening turned out great. Congratulation on your first kiss. I am so glad it was with the person that you wanted.

    You did exercise today. Who say it isn't enough?! As long as you felt great and you feel it was your best for the day, riding your bike is a great thing to lose weight. You should feel proud and do that more often.

    I do that, I'll reward myself with something when I feel great about myself. I do not blame you. Don't do that too much though. hehehe.

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    Well i' come back, cause you animated me, and im gonna try to lose that weight...! thank you!

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Eternaldarkness and joshbloggs are the ones who should get the credit for this thread, and the idea of making this a sticky
    Sexy guy and I, we have similar avatars so that must be the reason why.
    Bingo, that's exactly what happened. I should have directed my earlier post toward you eternaldarkness. But as you said, I just was looking at the avatars (haha, I'm a visual person) and they are similar enough that I didn't pay attention... and the writing styles aren't dramatically different either. I could go back and edit but now I'd have to edit several posts.... so I'll just leave this and please accept my apologies for not being more attentive haha.

    Eternaldarkness, as to lifting weights... I don't like it either at first. And I didn't like it for a long time when I first started, but now, it's actually fun. Each person is different and I know a LOT of guys like to do it with a partner and they make it into a social hour. I like to just go alone with my headphones and get lost in the music while I do it. So it is just important to find out what you like in this way as well.

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Thanks Shaun for starting this thread,

    I've lost 12lbs in the last two months, but I need to lose 100lbs more, I was at 318lbs when I start at the beginning of march, now at 305lbs. Its will be hard to reach my goal, but with all the help and encouragement here, I will do my best to reach it. Thanks guys, and don't give up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harry1 View Post
    Thanks Shaun for starting this thread,

    I've lost 12lbs in the last two months, but I need to lose 100lbs more, I was at 318lbs when I start at the beginning of march, now at 305lbs. Its will be hard to reach my goal, but with all the help and encouragement here, I will do my best to reach it. Thanks guys, and don't give up.
    one thing i have to say is dont rush it

    what i did first was just change What i was eating to healthier stuff but eating as much as i wanted

    trust me salads take longer to eat and that is good for making you more full while eating less

    the biggest thing for me was not to be on a diet but just trying to eat better to be more healthy and not worrying about losing weight so get rid of the scales and just be healthier

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    I guess I've found the motivation to lose some weight: some guys from my OWN town that make NUDE STRENCH!!!!!!!!!!!!! Imagine it, cute boys doing exercise NACKED, and you watching all!!!

    And the best is I can go with them, but i don't have to dressd off myself....


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    Hey guys,

    Great thread to start.

    I also am in pursuit of a long-term weight loss strategy. At my heaviest 1 year ago, I weighed 315 pounds. I am now down to between 295-300, but am working on getting motivated to keep going. I have a plan to get down to about 205 in the next year or two.

    I tend to do well at eating and exercising for a day or two, but as soon as I start to stumble, I end up totally getting off track again for several weeks.

    My main goals right now are to start exercising more and eating better. Nothing super drastic, but changes that I can make for now and the future

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    Wow Shaun lol....you can be quite THE motivator

    For those of you who jog on a constant basis,....or even every now and then, do you deal with stoplights or are your runs pretty much nonstop? I don't live in a rural area so I have to stop almost every other block to wait for traffic....be it a red light or just cars that don't wait for peds. That used to tire me out a lot sooner so I'm curious as to how others' jogs are.

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    switch boy add!! Wonderful!! That's the attitude that we all needed in here. Yes you ARE going to lose that weight. Then you'll be the first to tell us about your sucess and how you do it, so we can all learn from you.

    hahaha, naked guys doing exercise. What a dream come true. who cares if they are straight, and who knows!? Seriously if their are naked guys that does exercise in my location, I think I'll never gain weight again. hahaha, I'll be with them exercising every day thats why!

    tell us about your adventure the next time you drop by!
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    Jockboy01, lifting weight is always my weakness. Thinking about it only, makes me ughhh..in unexcitement. The music always does a great deed when you need to NOT focus on what you are doing. Basically, if you are too focus on running, or lifting weights, or swimming... you will feel tired easily. When you listen to music and you have lost your focus, you will do more than you can expected without feeling tiring at all. Just for what you told me above on how you used to hate it but really enjoyed it now, I will start lifting weights again after the next few weeks of my now hectic schedules.
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    Harry1: Congratulation!!!! Twelve Pounds is a lot of weight to shed off the shoulders! Don't you feel much lighter now?(the other lightness..) Since you have lost that weight, don't you feel much more energetic? Don't you feel like you can take on the world? If you don't, you should start now. hahaha. This is a big war we are all fighting. In this war, we will all learn to get back our old self, the self we always have imagined to be. We will learn confidence, we will learn self acceptance, and we will learn the true meaning of success.

    100 lbs is never too hard to lose. The hard part is to keep on going, but I am pretty sure you can do that. When you are tired and need the strength to go on, you can always come back here to meet with all of us. We will give you the strength and motivation to continue on.

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    I totally agree with AJ. We are suppose to worry about losing weight, but we should always do it in a healthy way. Remember, do not try to starve yourself. It will not help. Your body actually stores more fat when you starve yourself. The body had done enough of storing fat, so we should all make sure to eat healthy.

    Eat fruits! Fruits is a great thing to snack on. My personal favorite is Grannysmith's green apples. Sour!! Yummm! I snack on that and oranges. Who said we can't snack when we are on a diet?

    Take the sodas out of your life. Drink more water. Eat more fruits. hehehe, its kinda like flushing out your system. I feel great doing this because I can see the weightloss on my scale.

    Put the scale to one side and promise to only weighs yourself once every week or 2 weeks. Don't let the weights bother you.

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    Tiger28, you can do it! Nothing super drastic is the right thinking. That is the perfect thinking for your long-term weight loss strategy. Eat less, smaller portions but more healthier food. Exercise frequent. Do not over exercise. Do it for fun, do it for enjoyment. I know, I know, exercise is never fun and not enjoyable but.. You can make it fun and enjoyable. There is nothing we cannot do, as long as we have the mind for it!

    To be very honest with you, the last time I exercise was last sunday on the 13th, until now, I haven't done any exercising at all and have gain like 3 lbs already through eating. I am doing very bad and I need a spanking~! Its been 4 days of eating and being really lazy!

    I get off track all the time but just remember, come back here to read other's stories and see other's progress.

    For some reason, I am very lazy right now and do not want to do anything but.. I came here tonight and read replies from others, I realize that I too need to work on my exercising if I want to motivate others! Therefore tomorrow I will wake up a tad bit earlier and do a fast pace walking around my neighborhood for 15 minutes! It will make me feel much better and it will be very easy! Just walk a little faster than normal, burn all those sweats, then come back for a shower and go to work!

    Like I told others, you do not need to run, start out doing some walking. Pretty soon those walking will turn to jogging and then turn to actually running.

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    Soccerfck, I live in a neighborhood filled up with streetlights and stoplights. I find it much easier if you stop and take a rest. Don't stop and sit down while you wait for the lights. Do something like stretching. Don't stop moving your feet at these lights, keep them moving. I actually likes these lights, because I can take a break for a bit.

    If you run nonstop, you feel less tiring but you will feel terrible once you're all done. Do not try to rush yourself. Like I said above, stop for some stretching, or just jog standing at the same spot. If you really hate these lights then you can consider making a right turn. I do that, since I know my neighboorhood's streets already and if there is a street that I have to wait alot I will make a right turn and go for 2 blocks, and then take a break and wait for the light.

    And do not worry about what other people are thinking of you standing there stretching or jogging and waiting for the light. I am pretty sure when I say this, most of them are just jeolous because you have the courage and the will to exercise while all of them do not. Whenever I drive and I see someone jogging on the streets, I find that as a motivation and something to scold myself for being lazy.

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    Wow. I haven't posted in a while. Anyways. I need some new exercises. I have biked for the past couple of days, but I would like to try something new. I have jogged before, but it's an on-off thing. Same with weight training... Any tips Eternaldarkness or anyone else?

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    swimming. its easy, fun, and refreshing. I like to swim in a swimming pool and hates the beach. The beach has salt water and I find myself irrating and dehydrating from it, thus I get too tired so easily when you have to swim against or along the currents.

    you can try to play tennis. I just did tonight, we had played single and I am still sweating! Phew... so tiring but it feels good. It is so amazing how I am back to the weight I was at the week before and had lost the weight I had gain last weekend. (mother's day and eating and laziness...blah)

    ever thought about rollerblading? Damn, this activity burns hella alot of sweat.

    If you could find a partner, there will be so much more to do. If you're alone, then there is only so much you can do.

    My best advice is swimming if you are alone.

    Wait!! Almost forgot! You have DDR, you can do that. Get your skills better. DDR is fun. Leave a jug of water nearby though! Sleeping is beneficial too when you are too tiring to exercise. We need motivation to lose weight, but if you do not have the strength, it will be nearly impossible. So sleep better, not too much sleeping, but get better sleep. Eat less and eat well. Drink lots of water. You won't gain weight that way.

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    AJ you are the bravest person I have met here so far. Not only was you the first person to post up the pictures but you posted it up with tenacity and courage!!!
    I agree! what a fine young man he is

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    Just for what you told me above on how you used to hate it but really enjoyed it now, I will start lifting weights again after the next few weeks of my now hectic schedules.
    Like I said, it takes a while. I've gotten out of habit... in maintainance right now of once a week and it is so hard to get the motivation to go. The only reason I'm making it once a week now is b/c I know that if I don't, it's gonna hurt bad the next time I go. That, and the fact that I'm paying a monthly due whether I go or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jockboy01 View Post
    Like I said, it takes a while. I've gotten out of habit... in maintainance right now of once a week and it is so hard to get the motivation to go. The only reason I'm making it once a week now is b/c I know that if I don't, it's gonna hurt bad the next time I go. That, and the fact that I'm paying a monthly due whether I go or not.
    that is so true. I didn't realize it until now. If you become lazy and stop, then it will hurt more. Duh! hahahaha.


    What happened to everyone? Was this thread so boring enough that you guys have lost all your motivation?

    Lets start updating on our current weights and progress! It has been several weeks, everyone should have done better.

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    Let me start first then...

    For myself, I have been easilly tired lately. I'm working all day long from 9 in the morning to 8 at night. I still try my best to exercise and play tennis but without my friends, I cannot go as often as I wish too. I am so tired that I haven't run or jog at all!

    I am now 155 lbs. I am back to the weight I was stuck at before. For the past 2 weeks my family and friends had lots of birthday parties and barbecues and I had gain quite amont of weight. After trying, I have finally lost the 5 lbs I gained.

    I am so tired lately I haven't run or jog at all. I feel so ashamed.

    If I do not try harder, I will never get the body that I want to get. Therefore I have decided to upgrade my exercising even more.

    Instead of running 2 times a week and play tennis, I will run 6 days a week and no tennis, since my friends all have other things to do. I'll do that for 1 week and see how that goes. Hopefully I can start tomorrow night.

    I have never tried to run so much before so I really need the motivation!! If I can do this, I will feel so much better! It will be a mission impossible accomplishment thing.

    C'mon everyone, Summer is here..if we don't start creating a good habit, you'll regret it when winter comes and the weight will then add up even more!

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    This threat is such a great idea, and so I'am gonna jump on this band wagon.

    AJ - all I gotta say is, good job bro! That is an impressive achievement and I hope everything is working out for you man.

    heres a pic of me...its my first before and after shot.



    I still have about thirty to forty more pounds I want to lose, but I know I can do it, getting started is the hard part, I took the last month off cause I moved and school finals, and I've put on about 5 pounds.

    Anyway, I guess like everyone else here I'll post my progress this summer as I go. This such an inspiration ya'll! I wish you all the best of luck!!!!

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    Thanks for this thread. I've been in losing mode since last summer, but I too have hit the proverbial brick wall. I lost a total of 73# (from 310 down to 237) then stopped losing. Then when my mother started going down hill and then died (about which I wrote elsewhere), I got out of whack with my exercise and diet and gained about 14 pounds back.

    Cardio and diet weren't doing it alone any more, so I started lifting last Saturday and have done so 6 of the last 8 days (I alternate: upper body and abs one day and lower body the next). I'm already noticing some differences; my "man boobs" are noticeably smaller, my gut is slightly less flabby, and my ass has toned a bit. That's the type of encouragement I need!

    I've read that when you start lifting to stop paying so much attention to weight, since muscle weighs more than fat. I have lost a few pounds, but the other results above are what's going to motivate me to continue!

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    muscle weighs more than fat.
    Good point that I forgot to mention. If you lift... you may not lose as much weight b/c the muscle does in fact weigh more than fat (that's to say it is denser). So don't be discouraged. I used to lose weight when I stopped going to the gym for a month or two... I was losing muscle, not fat.

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    Well, I'm definitely not in the best shape that I could be. I was wondering if anyone has any ideas for work-outs. I usually have issues working out usually because most of the workouts I've tried are really boring. I just haven't been able to stick with them. My main issue is that I hive more on my belly then I'd want. I'm trying to shoot for just a little bit of a six-pack. Are there any fun ways of doing this? As in a way that isn't really dull and boring?

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    check out www.realjock.com for some great workouts...and inspiration

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    Go to your local gym and ask for advice there, they should be able to help you out.

    I actually discovered I had a six-pack today, I was in shock!

    Try to do excersizes that work the whole body, there's no point just targeting the abs.

    Good luck.

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    I've a 45 day plan written by a former US Navy SEAL. It spells out what to eat and how to work out.

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    Yes, try to exercise the whole buddy and not target any specific areas. It worked soo much faster and easier!

    I did so much crunches before, but the result were only minimum.

    Now that I am eating healthier and avoiding high calories food, I am also exercising frequently to burn calories, I got so much more result.

    I don't have a six pack yet, but I'm on my way to get there! Hopefully I'll get there..ahhahaa.

    working out can be boring if you go alone. I don't really know how to make working out more fun. Mine is pretty boring.

    As for me, I jog around. I just move to this place not to long ago, so right now instead of driving around the neighborhood, I jog around the neighborhood. The same time I am exercising, I am exploring all sorts of places and stores and forest...and cemeteries..hahaha. sort of like a sight-seeing thing.

    I find it is much much easier to work out when you are surrounded by men who have excellent body. You'll get more inspired and motivated just from looking at them. hahaha.

    For those who have hit a hard wall and cannot lose more, try something different. Change your exercising.

    I still need to lose about 20 lbs. I am dying to lose it. I want to look great in clothing and look great out of them too!

    I'm thinking about buying a bike. The place I live in now, its mostly surrounded by forest and trees and hiking roads. I think a bike would be fun to go around exploring. I mean, jogging is cool, but I run at night afterwork. I swear, one day someone is going to kidnap me. hahahaha.

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    I haven't been on in a long while, but here it goes:

    Truthfully, I haven't been exercising, because, well, had no time. For example, this past weekend I went on a trip to Cleveland and Cedar Point. I have two things to say: Cleveland/Cedar Point has a LOT of hotties there, and my motivation to get fit has increased by tenfold; second, I did some exercise while on my trip, but I think it was for naught. Had too many sodas, fried foods, etc. So bleh.

    Today, I have nothing to do, and I am currently torn between doing schoolwork, or going for a jog... But I have to go to work at 5... Oh, what the hell. I'll go for a jog.

    And here are my stats:

    Weight: 178 lbs.
    BMI: 23.5
    Body fat %: 18%

    So, I lost some weight, but I think it is water weight. Time to go for my jog! See ya later!

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    Ok... Since I can't edit my above post...

    Just came back from my jog. I walked/jogged/sprinted 2.28 miles in about 24 minutes... I am still sweating! Now, I am going to eat cottage cheese and a salad... Ciao!

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    good for all of you that attempt weight loss im starting to now so your posts are good to read. askmen.com has some good workouts and diet tips and fasion basically everything. I recommend the couch potato workouts im not 1 but there fun to read and great to do after exercise a warmdown or focus differnt muscle groups

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    Pics of me, need to start working out!

    I took a few pics today, as my "before pics," and now I've started my journey to a much improved body, and to slim down my huge bubble butt lol! I have quite a bit of knowledge when it comes to health and physiology, so I know I have the knowledge to get in shape and stay in shape. I don't starve myself and I exercise reasonably. I have never had a six pack, (maybe when I was 11 or 12), so I really want to see if I can do it. I only have a 5'6 frame, so I may never have the long lean body I want, who knows?

    I consider myself to have a mesomorphic body, and believe it has potential to look MUCH better than it does. I have a way to go as for building muscle. Like I said, I'm out of shape, so it's going to be a lot of work. If and when I get to my desired level of fitness (and that six pack by getting rid of that stubborn fat),
    I will post the "after" pics. Any personal tips, or stories/pics are welcomed too!!








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    You look better than me people say i look like i came from the Holocaust and some people ask me if i am anarexic!

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    the reason I didn't post this in the Pictures section is because this is more of a health thing, but if it needs to be moves that's alright too

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    Don't have any suggestions for you but I want to wish you the best of luck on your journey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SexyGuy View Post
    Ok... Since I can't edit my above post...

    Just came back from my jog. I walked/jogged/sprinted 2.28 miles in about 24 minutes... I am still sweating! Now, I am going to eat cottage cheese and a salad... Ciao!
    SexyGuy!!!! You are awesome!
    I did almost the same thing. 2.5 miles in about 25 minutes. I actually try to do that everynight. Doesn't it feel great!

    Yes, we need to look at other hot guys more often! If they can do it, why not us?!
    I mean, ofcourse we need more time and spend more effort but hey... life is still long, we still have lots and lots of time to do it.

    That, though, doesn't mean we can forget about trying now. Start now!!

    SexyGuy, I am looking forward to see your next posting. I am pretty sure by then the weight have definately gone down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patryk22 View Post
    I took a few pics today, as my "before pics," and now I've started my journey to a much improved body, and to slim down my huge bubble butt lol! I have quite a bit of knowledge when it comes to health and physiology, so I know I have the knowledge to get in shape and stay in shape. I don't starve myself and I exercise reasonably. I have never had a six pack, (maybe when I was 11 or 12), so I really want to see if I can do it. I only have a 5'6 frame, so I may never have the long lean body I want, who knows?

    I consider myself to have a mesomorphic body, and believe it has potential to look MUCH better than it does. I have a way to go as for building muscle. Like I said, I'm out of shape, so it's going to be a lot of work. If and when I get to my desired level of fitness (and that six pack by getting rid of that stubborn fat),
    I will post the "after" pics. Any personal tips, or stories/pics are welcomed too!!







    Don't you worry. I do not not have the perfect body frame as desired too. So what!? If we can lose the weight, then we can get that long lean body too.

    These pictures are great! I want to post mine up too, but unfortunately I haven't taken any pictures of myself before. Right now I am in the "during" process, but I'll take some now.

    When you exercise and burn the fat, your body will automatically show the muscles. You can build the muscles but don't neccessary needs to.

    For myself, right now I am focusing on losing the fat by running and jogging and playing tennis for my exercise. I've began to notice that I have a more defined body than before.

    My goal is to lose all this fat first, then start building more muscles after (for example: chest, biceps, killer abs.)

    Focus on whole body exercise instead of just the stomach area. The body is funny, when you lose weight, everything seem to get smaller at the same time.

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    okay, so I decided to use the body fat estimator found at:
    http://www.he.net/~zone/prothd2.html

    This is my results so far. 156 lbs, 25.1 BMI, and 14% Body fat.

    When I first started to exercise which was in November of last year, I was 185 lbs. By just eating lesser meals and exercising frequently, I have lost over 30 lbs in 6 months.

    I know I can exercise more but I am just very lazy. There is so much more that I can do to lose even more.

    That is why, if you try, you will succeed. I am still very lazy and I have almost to no free time. Yet, I am sure a lot of you guys here can do better...and ofcourse, will have even more greater results!

    Trust yourself! That is one key to losing weight.

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    Re: Need Motivation To Lose Weight?!

    Quote Originally Posted by jft245 View Post
    I started because I was diagnosed as being diabetic. I have lost 67 pounds(from 287 to to around 225) but like you I have hit a wall. I did it by folowing a low carb diet and using a tread mill and exercise bike for a half hour each day. Now that good weather is here I've started golfing, which the way I play involves a lot of walking. Hopefully I can lose around another 25-30 pounds. If I can get below 200 lbs it will be the first time I have weighed that little since the 7th grade(almost 40 year ago.)
    WOW That is great. Good job and keep it up.

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