Monday, June 25, 2007

Week 123

Even.

The evidence is mounting up that I've probably settled where I'm going to for a while now, around the 175lb mark, give or take a couple of pounds.

I'll continue to post my stats so I get warning if I take my eye off the ball too much, but that's pretty much it.

However, if you have any questions you'd like to ask about my 100lb weight loss - thoughts, techiniques, challenges or anything else that springs to mind, please leave a question in the comments and I'll answer as best I can in the weekly post.


Starting Weight: 19st 9lb - 275lbs
Current Weight: 12st 6.8lb - 174.8lbs
Body fat: 22.4%
Total Weight Loss: 100.2lbs

8 comments:

Sayre said...

175 seems like a fine weight for you. You look fit and healthy in your pictures. You have come such a long way - your body probably needs a rest to do some catching up before it will agree to more losing. Way to go, Kim!

Kim Ayres said...

As I've mentioned before I'm not going to obsess over the last 15lbs.

If I lose more, Sayre, it will happen naturally jsut because I carry on eating the healthy way I eat these days

Don Q. said...

Are you ready to be declared Lord Man Boobs?

Kim Ayres said...

Hmmm, it's a thought.

I may not have reached a British Hundredweight (112lbs), but I have reached a US one (100lbs) and if I don't lose any more then I wouldn't complain.

I've certainly lost more weight than I ever believed possible when I started out, so maybe... Maybe I should take on the title "Lord Man Boobs"

Anyone who thinks I should can change the link in their title bar to reflect my new rank :)

Half Man said...

Good job. You have nothing to be ashamed of. If you are comfortable with your weight and are satisfied with your accomplishment then take on the new title. I picked my goal knowing that as I got closer to it, my goal may change.

Kim Ayres said...

I think I will

Kanoff said...

O Casamento do Sol

Dizem que em certo tempo desejou o Sol de se casar, e todas as gentes, agravadas disso, se foram queixar a Júpiter, dizendo: - Que no Estio trabalhosamente sofriam um Sol, que com seus raios os abrasava, donde inferiam e provavam, que se o Sol casasse e viesse a ter filhos, queimaria o mundo todo; porque um Sol faria Verão calmoso na Índia, outro em Grécia, outro na Noruega e terras setentrionais; pelo que sendo todas as três zonas tórridas, não teriam as gentes onde viver. Visto isto por Júpiter, mandou que não casasse.

(Esopo, Fábulas, vertidas do grego por Manuel Mendes)

Kim Ayres said...

I don't speak Portuguese, and even Google Translate doesn't make your entry any easier to understand.

I have no idea what you were hoping to achieve with that comment