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Old 03-24-2009, 08:13 PM   #1
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Northside Fitness Group Weigh-in

Where: Jason's Deli in Humble. Address: 19755 HWY 59, Humble 77338 Phone: 281-540-2551 (next door to the HAK Starbucks). They have a pretty decent salad bar, and some healthy wrap thingies on the menu.
When: Monday, March 30th @ 7:30pm.

Anyone who wants to come support us and and hang out is welcome.

*I will be bringing a scale and measuring tape. While my scale seems accurate, it has not been tested. So... If you would prefer to bring your own, than do so. Especially if you have one of those really cool new digital ones with all the bells and whistles!

The 2 week weigh-ins will be scattered about the northside area, and the days will alternate. Hopefully, this will make it more convenient for everyone. I will try not to schedule our meet ups on the same day as the Southside group. Also, if you have an idea for a catchy name for the northside group let's hear it.
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Old 03-24-2009, 08:18 PM   #2
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Can't make the Monday Meets... :-(

Will post my weight in a little bit - Will use the super accurate scales here at work.
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So I have a few days to starve myself and compress this fat... kewl...

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drinking tonight, are you?
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No ma'am. I dont anymore.
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No ma'am. I dont anymore.
me either! Well, ok maybe every once in a great, great while.
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Nothing wrong w that. You can even go low calorie like red wine or liquor w cranberry juice.

There are always options; I just feel another long drawn out sobriety coming. Tired of alot of the drama from friends, reading/hearing stuff on the tv etc. Although I'll still go to hang out with them while they're doing it, Im not gonna be apart of it.
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LOL!!! Good one Matt.

***LINK*** http://www.halls.md/ideal-weight/body.htm

So. At home on the very private bathroom scale - Nekkid - I weight 142lbs.

At work, on the very sensitive "I hate that thing" scale, wearing scrubs, undershirt, underthings, and socks... I weight 66.0kg. That's 145.5lbs with a BMI of 24.24.

According to the above posted link, At 5'5" my ideal medically recommended weight range is 114lbs to 150lbs. (WOOT WOOT! DOES THIS MEAN I'M DONE?)

My IDEAL - according to this calculator - weight is 131lbs. I am hoping to drop back down into the 122lb to 128lb range.

For me the only way to get results is - No Secrets - No Fear - NO PUSSIN OUT!!!

Did we need measurements too?
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Nothing wrong w that. You can even go low calorie like red wine or liquor w cranberry juice.

There are always options; I just feel another long drawn out sobriety coming. Tired of alot of the drama from friends, reading/hearing stuff on the tv etc. Although I'll still go to hang out with them while they're doing it, Im not gonna be apart of it.

Sounds like a good plan!
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Our work did a study. When I was in shape last year, eating alot of healthy calories and 17" bicepts etc I was ranked as a health risk and obese... stupid health questionaires.

They had a health person go out and I attended her class. I was the only one in there w a 32 inch waist. lol.


I am suppose to be 178 on average.... according to that. Not gonna happen. I dont type on a key board all day long. I need my muscles for work and self esteem lol
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LOL!!! Good one Matt.

***LINK*** http://www.halls.md/ideal-weight/body.htm

So. At home on the very private bathroom scale - Nekkid - I weight 142lbs.

At work, on the very sensitive "I hate that thing" scale, wearing scrubs, undershirt, underthings, and socks... I weight 66.0kg. That's 145.5lbs with a BMI of 24.24.

According to the above posted link, At 5'5" my ideal medically recommended weight range is 114lbs to 150lbs. (WOOT WOOT! DOES THIS MEAN I'M DONE?)

My IDEAL - according to this calculator - weight is 131lbs. I am hoping to drop back down into the 122lb to 128lb range.

For me the only way to get results is - No Secrets - No Fear - NO PUSSIN OUT!!!

Did we need measurements too?
Measurements were indeed mentioned on the previous weight loss threads.
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LOL!!! Good one Matt.

***LINK*** http://www.halls.md/ideal-weight/body.htm

So. At home on the very private bathroom scale - Nekkid - I weight 142lbs.

At work, on the very sensitive "I hate that thing" scale, wearing scrubs, undershirt, underthings, and socks... I weight 66.0kg. That's 145.5lbs with a BMI of 24.24.

According to the above posted link, At 5'5" my ideal medically recommended weight range is 114lbs to 150lbs. (WOOT WOOT! DOES THIS MEAN I'M DONE?)

My IDEAL - according to this calculator - weight is 131lbs. I am hoping to drop back down into the 122lb to 128lb range.

For me the only way to get results is - No Secrets - No Fear - NO PUSSIN OUT!!!

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Measurements were indeed mentioned on the previous weight loss threads.


Okay. Bust 39, Waist 31, Hips 40

Add my info to the official weigh in list and I'll come to the meetings when I can!
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Okay. Bust 39, Waist 31, Hips 40

Add my info to the official weigh in list and I'll come to the meetings when I can!
Duly noted. Congrats on being the first brave soul to participate.
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Duly noted. Congrats on being the first brave soul to participate.

Somebody had to bust that cherry! And, even though everyone else may or may not want their weight and measurements posted, there will be people at the M&G and those numbers have to be logged somewhere otherwise progress can't be tracked.

Weight is just a number, most of us know that the PEOPLE we love are in there no matter what size the outside packaging.
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