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On a side note, you are getting fucking old, you're married, and you have a baby on the way. You're life is motherfucking over. Stop Whining about your extra chin, and start whining about you existence as a walking wallet and shit-cleaner-upper. Cheers!
- 2 hours of exercise (walking or biking) 6 days a week. Make it a priority over everything. Walk during your lunches and commute to work.
- 700 calories a meal (for men, 550-650 for women.) If you eat out, roughly attempt to eat what would fit entirely in your two hands. 2100 calories a day was a goal for me. If I went over I just "reset" and aimed for 2100 calories the next day, I never attempted to "undershoot" and eat less than 2100 to make up for it.
I used a website that allows you to count and track calories and energy expenditure, not going to spam them, there are at least 20+ of them + apps though.
I gained it all back moving to Portland but that has more to do with some crazy meds I've been on that I just finally kicked.
Anyway...OVERSHARE'D JUST FOR YOU.
So, you can get the Pine Street biscuit, just take it easy on the biscuit.
Random things, since we're oversharing:
1) Try to make every restaurant meal two meals. Added benefit of saving money.
2) I've been weighing myself daily for about a decade now. Making it a ritual keeps it on your mind.
3) Biking to work as often as possible, 30 min brisk walk with dog daily.
4) While I'm not expecting you (or anyone else) to switch, I was never able to truly discipline myself effectively around food (or beer) until I went veg. Again, that's just me: now it's ridiculously easy to do so, and I'm kicking myself for not doing it earlier.
5) Rice cakes + peanut or almond butter.
This week, I weigh less than I have at any point since starting high school, and I have plenty of energy. CONCLUSION: ME RULE.
I can help you, PAC! This is my fleld. Message me. I have suggestions and can help with your knee, too.