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    Congratulations! That's so awesome!


    Keep up the great work.


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    Roger,


    Congrats on your weight loss man! My Dad lost 100lbs. on weight watchers but it took him a full year and he had the discipline of a Buddhist Monk. I would suggest starting some type of weight training routine at least once or twice / week. I think you'll reach your weight loss goal, but there are so many health benefits associated with strength training. If you don't want to go to a gym, there are a lot of bodyweight routines out there that you could try.


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    Great Job!! Awesome!! Keep it up!!


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    Man, that is fantastic! Just more evidence that PB works.


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    Conan, yeah I do pushups 2-3 times a week but that's about all besides my walking and the sprints. I definitely need to improve my discipline with doing more workouts.


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    Roger,

    Congratulations on your accomplishment thus far!!! Weight loss and maintenance are difficult at best and life sucking at worst. I know. I've lost myself w/WW same as Conan's dad and it takes a lot to get there and even more to stay there.


    I've found that on the very short time I've adopted primal that I eat more, have even lost a little (although I'm not trying) and am so much happier now that I'm not policing every morsal of food that goes in my mouth.


    I needed a good at-home workout motivator and started w/a little 25-day challenge. Simply make a calendar of 25-days and every day do the workout. The obvious challenge is to complete all 25 days. I started w/1 set of 25 reps: sit-ups, push-ups, pull-ups, squats. At the completion of the 25-days I bought myself a present as a reward and made a new calendar to start over with! The best to you in your journey.


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    That is a great idea! I still can't do pullups though. haha


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    Start with "jumping pull-ups" From Crossfit:

    http://www.crossfit.com/cf-info/excercise.html


    w/f/s site. Scroll down until you find the excercise you're looking for. The demos open in media player.


    If you decide to start your own challenge don't forget to post it so we can all cheer you on! :-)


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    pullups takes some work to get to.


    congrats, tho!


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    Thats amazing! keep it up


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