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Your new year's resolution

LoudLon [moderator]
Posts: 1840
Burn off all the weight I put on when I quit smoking for New Year's 2017. I've got my work cut out for me. I didn't just put on a few pounds, my ass got f-a-t fat!
Stopped smoking in 2005. Still gaining weight.
LoudLon [moderator]
Posts: 1840
If I gain any more weight, I'll have to change my Social Security Number to a zip code.
LP
Posts: 262
lol
Do what I do to burn calories. I walk my bass every day.
Time to go to bed. Sheeesh. Tired. Glad New Years cheer is only once a year. No walking my bass tomorrow.
LoudLon [moderator]
Posts: 1840
In keeping with my New Year resolution, the first thing I did this morning was put on my sneakers, track pants and hoodie and set out on a three mile hike I plotted for myself, the first half of which is all uphill (I live in the Appallachians, so “uphill” is actually “upmountain” ).

I made it about half a mile before I was sucking wind like a vacuum cleaner and my heart was throbbing in my ears. So, reality check time: While mentally I may still feel young and vibrant, physically I'm definitely not 21 anymore (hell, I'm twice that and then some!) so I'm going to have to pace myself instead of just throwing myself back into this whole fitness thing.
Marko1960
Posts: 3139
Eat less and exercise more, that doesn't mean 300 squat thrusts before breakfast, just walk to the kebab shop instead of taking the car. And as for eating less just reduce the size of the portions you eat, all these crazy diets just make things worse and are impossible to stick to
mr zee
Posts: 566
One step at a time, I grill nearly all the foods that can be fried apart from the obvious like eggs and mushrooms.







Instead of 20 pins of beer I have 40 half pints







Use real butter instead of that low fat spread its more filling







and finally why run when you can cover more miles walking
Marko1960
Posts: 3139
The butter must play havoc with your cholesterol

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