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Posted November 27 by John Birmingham

Dropped 2.3 kgs in six days.

Still drank some beer and ate a lot of barbecue.

Body feels like I've been beaten with extension cords.

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insomniac ducks in to say...

Posted November 27
Getting regular beatings from disgruntled Harvey Norman employees appears to be a rather extreme way to lose weight. On the other hand it does appear to work.

Dave W swirls their brandy and claims...

Posted November 28
I think you'll find that Harvey Norman has sales drones, not employees.

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Dirk is gonna tell you...

Posted November 27
Drinking water helps (1.5-2 litres a day), as does swimming. And a trip to the sauna to tie it all up.

John Birmingham puts forth...

Posted November 28
My local gym has a lap pool which I normally dive into after a work out. I used to live in an apartment with a sauna. It was awesome. But that's a thousand miles and thirty years away now.

Rob is gonna tell you...

Posted November 29
when I lived in Northern suburbs of Brisbane, some of the car parks outside supermarkets felt like a sauna in January . These were simpler times.

Dirk ducks in to say...

Posted November 30
ah the pleasures of youth :)

But if you have some room to spare between the 20-car garage, the helipad and the hovercraft harbour ... http://www.ukkosaunas.com.au/c2014.html

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Bondiboy66 puts forth...

Posted November 28
Beer and bbq - proper nutrition and hydration is important!

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jl would have you know...

Posted November 28
Nothing like a post-beating hangover. Good times.

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Leftarc ducks in to say...

Posted November 29
2nd week in a row played a full game of oztag without subbing off. Because we had no subs.
Have progressed from crawling to shuffling on a Wednesday.

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Murphy_of_Missouri would have you know...

Posted November 29
I swam a thousand yards today, which is double what I normally swim. Building towards one mile and beyond.

No weight loss yet, drank anyway.

jl reckons...

Posted November 29
Hey Murph. Swimming is the best. Shame I live rural, the nearest pool is some half hour away. Been running instead for the past couple of months. At first I used my old shoes from overseas, they still had moon dust in the crevices. Finally threw them away and bought new pair. Slight weight loss, definite build-up of endurance.

Murphy_of_Missouri puts forth...

Posted December 2
Never been much of a runner. The foot doctor this past week found a bone spur on one of my heels and told me I had high arches. He said that explained the chronic shin splints I had in the Army.

So if I want land based cardio it generally means breaking out the bicycle.

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Thalesian has opinions thus...

Posted November 29
Feeling inspired now.
I like the idea of increased exercise and decreased caloric intake...
Let's see how it goes.

John Birmingham asserts...

Posted November 29
Haha. Yeah. A friend asked me how I was doing it. I said, "Eating less than I want, and exercising more than I feel like."

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Thalesian puts forth...

Posted December 1
I've started taking the dog for a walk/run in the morning with a pack with 5kg in it... I'll build the weight and distance up over the next few weeks.

My dog used to be really keen to go for a walk with me, as I'd usually let him off the leash for a while. Now I'm running and making him stay with me, he is less thrilled.

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jason is gonna tell you...

Posted December 1
You guys are making me feel very bad about my sedentary lifestyle. I plan top put the Gin bottle further away in future and crush all limes by hand. That should do it.

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Brother PorkChop puts forth...

Posted December 4
My fitness regime, pisspoor as it was, has now gone completely out the window. Shingles. What a bastard of a virus!! But it didn't stop me eating so its a lose-lose scenario. So much for getting shirts off on Fraser in January, and the doctor is not happy as his instructions were to lose 10, not put on 2.

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Vovchara has opinions thus...

Posted December 16
115 kg to 80 in 6 months due to better energy management. Thermodynamics rulez *lol* You know major issue I have? I have to replace all my clothes, nothing fits anymore ;(

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