Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Week 57

1lb loss!

Although frankly I'm a bit surprised at that.

We did go out for a meal on Friday night and got well stuffed and there have been one or two other wee treats. I was expecting, hoping, for an even weight, so was quite surprised to find myself with a loss. But I'm not going to complain!

Statistical Significance:
This puts me at exactly 14 stone

Starting Weight: 19st 9lb – 275lbs
Current Weight: 14st 0lb – 196lbs
Total Weight Loss: 79lbs
Weight Lost since joining the Knights of the Round Bottoms: 14lb


Don Q. said...

You're as regular as freakin' gravity. Well done!

Kim Ayres said...

Thank you Sir Chubalot

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SafeTinspector said...

Sam makes sense. He obviously knows more about this weight loss thing than you do.

I once went from 230lbs down to 180.
Took me over a year to do it.
In the three years since, I've gone back to 220. Wish I could get it back off again.

fatmammycat said...

Well done Kim, when was the last time wyou weighed this much?

ArleneWKW said...

Congrats on getting rid of another pound. Is a "hundredweight" 100 pounds? If so, you're 79% of the way there. That is something about which to feel very very proud.

Kim Ayres said...

Sam - I normally delete spam like this straight away, but I've left a comment on your permanent-weightloss.blogspot.com site and wait to see if you will respond. If not, I'll delete this.

SafeTinspector - I'm not sure why you think Sam knows more about it than I do. I'm extremely sceptical of anyone offering guaranteed weight loss that doesn't actually deal with the reasons why people over eat in the first place.

Fatmammycat - I'm not totally sure to be honest, but my best guess is around the end of my stay in Canada, so we're looking at 1993

Lady Lean - It depends whether you're using the British or US weight system. A hundredweight in the US is 100lbs, but in the UK it's 112.

Strictly speaking, if I lost the British 112lbs then that would put me down into the "ideal weight" region according to the height-weight charts. However, if I reach 100lbs off I'll be more than happy. I'm not going to kill myself for the sake of a few pounds. Having been 275 pounds, I'm not going to quibble over the difference between 163 and 175.

To be honest, if I never lost another pound I wouldn't be too worried, so long as I didn't start piling them back on again.

But the focus is all about eating healthily and the weight loss is a side effect of that so I should eventually settle at a natural weight, which I guess will probably be somewhere between the 2 figures

SafeTinspector said...

My endorsement of the Sam fellow was intended to be ironic.

I'll have to introduce you to my flimsy sarcasm paste someday. Its a bit like vegamite, but its American and tastes better.

Kim Ayres said...

Always the problem that the written word doesn't always convey the irony. You're right, I should have noticed.

Sancho Pawnza said...

Excellent Kim!