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Got Pretty "Primaled Out" Before Our Trip To Hawaii

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  • Got Pretty "Primaled Out" Before Our Trip To Hawaii

    Hey everyone!

    We've been pretty primal for a couple years now.

    We planned a trip to Hawaii a few months ago.

    A couple months before we went, we cracked down on the "Primalness" a bit more than normal.

    The result is in the pics here:
    Sean.L.Bissell's Photostream

    I took some progress pics before the trip along the way here: Log In | Facebook


  • #2
    wow, you really look great! Jealous that you get to live this as a couple.
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    • #3
      Not gonna lie, went for the primal, stayed for the bosom. Looks like you two had a great time, color me jealous.


      • #4
        Wow... looks like you guys had an awesome time. What exactly did you guys look like pre-primal? Was your wife always that muscular? (I mean that in a good way b/c her figure is incredible)


        • #5
          Thanks everyone

          Yea, my opinion = my wife pretty much rocks

          She has been pretty muscular for most of her adult life. She used to wrestle and do Judo at a fairly high competitive level.

          If yer bored/interested/have-time, here's a link to a video version of the trip

          We did some pretty "primal" workoutish stuff while we were there.

          And we did the *hardest* hike I've ever done in my life by far. It's called the "Kalalau Trail" and is really awesome, and *way* harder than I thought it'd be. Took us about 11 hours to hike 12 miles. Rocky, muddy, slippery, hot, wet, windy, hundreds-of-feet-down sharp drop-offs everywhere, etc. That part is about 27 mins into the video

          Here it is: ‪Kauai Adventures Caught On Camera Including The Kalalau Trail‬‏ - YouTube

          Happy Friday!


          • #6
            I think having three small kids have made me cynical. The first thing I thought was "they must not have kids" :-) Looks like you had a great time. I always loved Hawaii. That was before the 4, 3, and 1 year old of course.
            Went Primal January 24, 2011
            Lost 105 pounds in 5 months
            Currently 130 fat pounds down which is 120 pounds on the scale while putting on 10 pounds of muscle
            According to my kids I am looking more and more like the Hulk every day


            • #7
              Thanks for sharing.

              I have heard Hawaii is beautiful..but wow, it is now on the list.

              What camera were you using especially the water, close to water shots?
              Life. Be in it.


              • #8

                Yea, we don't have kids yet, planning on it in the future, so we're doing our best to have fun in the "no kids" stage. Hopefully we can find ways to have a ton of fun in the "kids stage" too


                I was using a Sony NEX-5 with a DicaPac (basically a tricked out zip-lock bag) around it for the water stuff.

                I'm a big fan of the NEX-5 so far


                • #9
                  pictures are awesome! we're going to Hilo in a few weeks.... we've been doing Primal for about almost 8 months. my hubs hit his goal weight- but working on toning and stuff. think your pics have inspired him to get that six pack!!! I on the other hand have about 15lbs to go... had a baby last year she'll be 14months when we go- we're so excited

                  thanks again for sharing... i'm beginning to think that our family need to plan ANOTHER trip for hawaii for when i lose those 15lbs!!!


                  • #10
                    Originally posted by SeanBissell View Post
                    Yea, my opinion = my wife pretty much rocks
                    It would seem so, yes. She is very beautiful as well.

                    What type/model camera were those taken with?

                    You guys sure like to jump a lot. What's up with that? LOL.

                    The picture of you pointing back over the wave is hella cool. Not sure why, just seems very poetic (for lack of a better word).
                    People too weak to follow their own dreams will always try to discourage others.