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  • #46
    that's right, you know how we do
    beautiful
    yeah you are

    Baby if you time travel back far enough you can avoid that work because the dust won't be there. You're too pretty to be working that hard.
    lol

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    • #47
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      • #48
        Originally posted by sbhikes View Post
        I'm curious if those people, once they practiced what they preached, did they reach normal?

        I exercise nearly every day. I bicycle commute, take walks, run sprints, do core fitness exercises, hike strenuously, backpack on my vacations. I eat as close to perfection on the Primal Blueprint as I can. I eat small portions, stay away from snacks, never eat after dinner. Lately I don't drink wine or eat cheese or chocolate regularly like I used to. And yet if you saw me you would not see a normal athletic female body shape. I wonder what it takes because just letting the results take care of themselves doesn't do it for me.

        I really am curious if your obese clients really achieved a normal body that looked like it never had known a weight problem. How long did it take? I've been doing the PB for a year now.
        The key is not to compare yourself physically with others, but look at your personal journey and strive to be the best you can be. Assessing how you feel is equally important, how are your energy levels, do you approach your workouts with dread or with enthusiasm, do you have fun and have a great attitude. Every client I had, that was able to change to a healthier lifestyle was unique and obtained great results over varying amounts of time. I still believe you need to ensure your net daily calories are below your daily requirement and that you keep your carbs under 100 gms per day to ensure fat loss (with dips into VLC and using IF from time to time). You should be congratulated on your commitment, keep experimenting to determine what works for you an have faith in the process.
        Last edited by canuck416; 08-20-2012, 09:29 AM.
        Recent Blog: http://www.peakperformanceradio.net/...y-john-saville

        https://www.facebook.com/PaleoJourne...?ref=bookmarks

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        • #49
          Originally posted by sbhikes View Post
          I'm curious if those people, once they practiced what they preached, did they reach normal?
          Originally posted by canuck416 View Post
          The key is not to compare yourself physically with others, but look at your personal journey and strive to be the best you can be. Assessing how you feel is equally important, how are your energy levels, do you approach your workouts with dread or with enthusiasm, do you have fun and have a great attitude. Every client I had, that was able to change to a healthier lifestyle was unique and obtained great results over varying amounts of time. I still believe you need to ensure your net daily calories are below your daily requirement and that you keep your carbs under 100 gms per day to ensure fat loss (with dips into VLC and using IF from time to time). You should be congratulated on your commitment, keep experimenting to determine what works for you an have faith in the process.
          So the answer is no.
          Female, 5'3", 50, Max squat: 202.5lbs. Max deadlift: 225 x 3.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by canuck416 View Post
            The key is not to compare yourself physically with others, but look at your personal journey and strive to be the best you can be.
            Dude. Didn't you start this thread so that you could compare people physically to each other? Or did I mis-read the OP?
            http://cattaillady.com/ My blog exploring the beginning stages of learning how to homestead. With the occasional rant.

            Originally Posted by TheFastCat: Less is more more or less

            And now I have an Etsy store: CattailsandCalendula

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            • #51
              Originally posted by drssgchic View Post
              Dude. Didn't you start this thread so that you could compare people physically to each other? Or did I mis-read the OP?
              Dude, you mis-read the Op. I believe I explained my intent in several additional posts.
              Recent Blog: http://www.peakperformanceradio.net/...y-john-saville

              https://www.facebook.com/PaleoJourne...?ref=bookmarks

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              • #52
                So the answer is no.
                In my personal experience it took about 2 years to start seeing fitness. However, after 3 years I have never looked like someone who have never had weight problems.
                My Journal: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread57916.html
                When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by sbhikes View Post
                  So the answer is no.
                  Not sure what your idea of normal is. They were able to reach or get close to "their" optimal healthy weight. I understand you have a picture of yourself in your minds eye of what you ideally would like to look like, all you can do is eat healthy, train correctly and the have faith that your body will adapt to these conditions.
                  Recent Blog: http://www.peakperformanceradio.net/...y-john-saville

                  https://www.facebook.com/PaleoJourne...?ref=bookmarks

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                  • #54
                    Here are some pictures of me. I may look like the picture of ideal female beauty to some people, but I may look overweight to others. Have I adapted adequately? Have I met the criteria to dispense advise? Do I work out hard enough? Does anybody aspire to be like me or to love a woman like me? Maybe some do, maybe some don't.
                    Female, 5'3", 50, Max squat: 202.5lbs. Max deadlift: 225 x 3.

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by canuck416 View Post
                      There are quite a few very regular posters on this Forum dispensing information, insight and advice. It is my rule of thumb that I base some of my opinion on their expertise by studying a a picture of these nutritional and health experts, who you would think follow their own advice, to see the results of their healthy lifestyles. Some like Paleobird have posted amazing pictures and even had their success story printed, others like Grizz and the more recent mega poster JamesS have never (to my knowledge) posted pictures of themselves. I challenge all frequent forum contributors to post a photo and show us that you practice what you preach.
                      My bad for reading the words as written.
                      http://cattaillady.com/ My blog exploring the beginning stages of learning how to homestead. With the occasional rant.

                      Originally Posted by TheFastCat: Less is more more or less

                      And now I have an Etsy store: CattailsandCalendula

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by sbhikes View Post
                        Here are some pictures of me. I may look like the picture of ideal female beauty to some people, but I may look overweight to others. Have I adapted adequately? Have I met the criteria to dispense advise? Do I work out hard enough? Does anybody aspire to be like me or to love a woman like me? Maybe some do, maybe some don't.
                        dunno about your questions, but I aspire to hike like you

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by drssgchic View Post
                          My bad for reading the words as written.
                          Showing you practice what you preach is showing you have improved from when you started, it's not important to me how you compare to others.
                          Recent Blog: http://www.peakperformanceradio.net/...y-john-saville

                          https://www.facebook.com/PaleoJourne...?ref=bookmarks

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by sbhikes View Post
                            Here are some pictures of me. I may look like the picture of ideal female beauty to some people, but I may look overweight to others. Have I adapted adequately? Have I met the criteria to dispense advise? Do I work out hard enough? Does anybody aspire to be like me or to love a woman like me? Maybe some do, maybe some don't.
                            You look great! Wonderful that you are getting out there and experiencing life. Why worry about how you compare to others, what's most important is the improvements you have made - you are on a journey to be the best you can be. Congratulations!
                            Recent Blog: http://www.peakperformanceradio.net/...y-john-saville

                            https://www.facebook.com/PaleoJourne...?ref=bookmarks

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                            • #59
                              I'm only a mega-poster in my own mind/journal.
                              Depression Lies

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                              • #60
                                All I really did was get back to where I was before I did so much hiking. The hiking actually ruined me. Hiking from Mexico to Canada. I do hope that I've found a better way to survive such an ordeal, you know, for the next time I do it. And it would be a nice bonus if I could look good on Hike Naked Day.
                                Female, 5'3", 50, Max squat: 202.5lbs. Max deadlift: 225 x 3.

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