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    Newbie at 50

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    Alllll righty fellow Groks, here I go! Just had the 50,000 mile check up (50 yrs old) and, fortunately, things are good. I've got some work to do but I knew that already. I'm looking to drop 15-20lbs and improve my fitness level as well as my life. Similar to many of you, my motivation is my family! I want to be around to see my two kids become who they're meant to become. Maybe even see some grandchildren? I also want to "drop dead" when my time is up, and not slowly waste away. What a great concept! I know this will be tough but I'm ready for the change. My diet has sucked for many years until recently and there is still room for a lot of improvement. I'm an "empty calorie" junky so I know the road ahead of me is steep, but that's cool, I can do some sprints on the way up! Eventually!
    Peace! And, Thanks Mark!

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    Hi every one,

    Just thought I would introduce myself. I am very glad to be a part of this forum.
    My name is Randallpavon. I'm not sure what I can do to help anyone but I will certainly check the forums and see if there's anything I can advise people on...
    Finally I have to say a massive thank you to everyone involved on this website as already it looks to be an invaluable source of tools and advise.
    Have a great day everyone...

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