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#4420727 - 05/14/18 03:41 PM Re: The SimHQ Diet and Training Thread - everyone feel free to join [Re: RSColonel_131st]  
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It's almost a month after NYC and we've been killing it! My previous nagging torso aches and pains are still gone (can workout with more intensity now, especially with crunches/sit-ups) as is my temptation with food. I've only binged once with the nuts and dates (last Sat. night), and eating cleaner than I ever have and enjoying it.

I made some observations on that long road trip...

Wife and I mostly share food preferences and opinions. Having grown up lower middle-class, as kids we cleaned our plates and never wasted. Same mentality today, we'll do 'doggy bags' or more recently (last 10 years), spilt a plate. This bothered me at first, I kind of felt like we were being cheap (which we are at our core, I guess). But then I was watching a television program on obesity where a manager of Chili's (IIRC) said that if you think portion sizes are too big, just take it home or share a plate. If restaurants can have that mentality, so will I . smile But it's a moot point now as we seldom eat out.

Anyway, what I noticed is that we usually split plates down the middle, occasionally 55/45%, up to 60/40% if it's something really big and heavy. She usually matches my meals, but what she doesn't do is snack as often. Even on a trip, I'm always ready to break out a Ziploc trail mix bag, or whatever snacks we have. At home it's usually cashews, dates, prunes and oranges. It's the constant snacking that's been hurting my progress (not that I didn't know this, especially when I'm disciplined enough to count calories) but this time I refrained almost every time I wanted a snack and she didn't, until she was ready. Then I matched her (she normally doesn't eat the entire bag at once), although sometimes it felt like I was rationing (always wanting one more dip in the bag). So I'm trying to develop better snacking habits, a problem I've documented throughout this thread.

What's also helping is that, all day long I'm guzzling as much water as I can tolerate (after my NYC incident, I fear not getting enough water) and I think the water with crushed ice is helping to keep my snacking demons at bay.

I believe that by the end of this month I'll match my 2009 size/weight, then once again I'll be targeting my wedding day size (I think HS is out of the question at this point, for both of us, maybe not such a bad thing at 50). wink






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As anyone ever dealt with misalignment of the rib cage (Rib out) resulting in pain in the chest similar to heart attack symptoms? I'm 61, not sure that's what I have but it started 6 years ago, the day after a heavy chest workout, I was driving to LA when all of sudden got this sharp pain in the chest, thought I was having a heart attack, went to my doctor, pass some test, x-ray, blood work but they couldn't find anything . So I took a break from training and resume a couple weeks later and everything was fine until 3 months ago the pain came back, can't do any pushing movement like mowing the lawn , riding a bike or else I will feel it shortly after. Sleeping in different bed like lately when I went on a 4 day cruise also triggers it, that pain does not last very long but it's stressing me out when it happens

I want to get back into training

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Could be a torn muscle? When I tore my bicep I thought it was tendonitis for almost a year until I saw an orthopaedic specialist.


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#4420941 - 05/15/18 06:55 PM Re: The SimHQ Diet and Training Thread - everyone feel free to join [Re: Raw Kryptonite]  
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Originally Posted by Raw Kryptonite
Could be a torn muscle? When I tore my bicep I thought it was tendonitis for almost a year until I saw an orthopaedic specialist.


I think I found what the condition is called, Costochondritis. At lest I can now search for a remedy

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#4423980 - 06/01/18 04:29 PM Re: The SimHQ Diet and Training Thread - everyone feel free to join [Re: MarkG]  
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Originally Posted by MarkG
I believe that by the end of this month I'll match my 2009 size/weight.


Pffft, wishful thinking. I've put back on what I lost in NYC, back to wearing the clothes I wore at beginning of trip. It's not like I've been splurging or doing much cheat snacking, but my cardio (treadmill and outdoors) has gone to pot, I need another mega-walking incentive to get my head back into it (maybe New Orleans this August for a concert, make a mini-vacation out of walking the Quarter and downtown).

Despite all the walking in NYC, my wife gained from all the eating, especially the last few days when I had little appetite and she ate most of my share (she owes me several half-cupcakes and 1/4 of a Katz's Pastrami)! But like my ectomorphic brother, once she goes back to eating normally (mainly eating at home), any extra weight falls off quickly. Right now I feel like *I'm* the one who's menopausal! biggrin

Oh well, the comfortable 34 inchers felt good while it lasted, but at least I'm getting progressively stronger and harder (mainly arms and chest). I don't think situps and crunches or any abs work or yoga makes much of a difference if your BF% is still too high, except that you feel stronger at your core. Maybe I'm developing a six-pack under the flab, lol. My Mrs. isn't into 'skinny' like I am so I have that going for me I guess, I just don't want to start having foot problems again (after doing so well in NYC).

We've noticed the Molly Ringwalds are playing small towns throughout Louisiana lately, thinking about making weekend road trips (shorter drives, wouldn't require a rental) and exploring some of these towns on foot while we're there (similar to OK/MO). That would be kinda cool, and not so expensive.



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The sun is in the east
Even though the day is done
Two suns in the sunset, hmph
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Sounds like an excuse to plan another trip!

I think the ab work I've done has made a huge difference. Waiting to just lose fat to get the waist size down would take a lot longer than getting toned up at the same time. There's a psychological benefit to that too.
I haven't lost much on the scale lately, but I have seen a lot of progress on the weight training, so I'm assuming I'm still losing fat while having good results training.
We're moving from the Y to a big hospital managed gym this month. Really nice place, tons of equipment, new, several zones to workout in and a few amenities the Y didn't have. It's oddly stressful, I kind of hate to leave the Y where I've made so much happen over the last year. The new place is cheaper by $20 and covers the whole family and is certainly nicer. Further to drive by 3 mi., but I think it will be ok. I'm just wary of messing with the formula that's worked, I don't want to do anything that changes my mindset.


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So, I've reached my first goal for the year - clocking below 100kgs.

Down 20kg from january. Yay!

Eating less and exercising is the simple method I've used - no diet or anything.

Since summer season is here I'm on my hiking binge period - hit a new best today:

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Never done 1000 meters of ascent on a hike smile
The distance is more normal for me for a weekend day hike - I've clock in a 33km hike along the seaside of Oslo a couple of weeks ago.

Next goal - 95kg biggrin

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Originally Posted by EAF331 MadDog
Eating less and exercising is the simple method I've used - no diet or anything.


Good job! thumbsup

Yeah, that's really the bottom line, and time. It just takes...time.

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Clothes container check today, probably our second to last, but our closets and dressers will be lighter by this evening (more bags for Goodwill). The final containers contain not just our smallest but also our nicest clothes, including things that aren't really...us. Should be interesting. smile



The rusty wire that holds the cork that keeps the anger in
Gives way and suddenly it’s day again
The sun is in the east
Even though the day is done
Two suns in the sunset, hmph
Could be the human race is run
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First thing in the morning while making coffee and breakfast, I usually watch a couple of inspirational YouTube videos on men's health and fitness. But this morning I watched a female's perspective (who seems to be fit but doesn't appear to be a gym rat type). I thought this woman made a fantastic 11 min. speech, hitting on touchy subjects such as body image and unhealthy weight loss (male and female), but without resorting to Fat Acceptance or Fat Logic, or trying to promote HAES. Just one of the better and well balanced videos on the subject of weight and the importance of fitness, IMO...



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SLP1BF7KBQ


But this is still one of my favorites...



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K60xHx836T0


Also this one (by General Mark Hertling)...



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWN13pKVp9s



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Gives way and suddenly it’s day again
The sun is in the east
Even though the day is done
Two suns in the sunset, hmph
Could be the human race is run
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Congrats Maddog!

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So, seems I'm going to buy a Pushbike.

They are shutting down the intra-city railline in front of my apartment for July and August. Instead of a 25min commute it would become a 55min commute with the replacement bus service, or using the overcrowded, noisy and stinky subway it would be 35mins. Terrible minutes..

With a bike, Google says it's 30mins. Much of it on dedicated bike paths.

I've long wondered if it might be a worthy idea, but now it seems a good workaround for an otherwise crappy summer. The fact that my company decided to pay out our overtime accounts this month just makes it an even easier decision.

Looking for a ~500EUR model, something that I won't be sleepless over if I have to park it outside. I do have space in the apartment for it.

Meaning, that's 2x30min a day cardio workout, free. With the additional bonus that I can't eat my daily morning muffin while riding. Let's see if I can bring up the motivation, but it might really be a good way to get in some exercise. Also on the weekends - I'm on the city edge, and there's some beautiful countryside within an hour.

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What do you call a fat person in NYC?
A tourist.


It was amazing to me to see the difference from what I'm use to, especially considering the concentration of eating places in NYC, not to mention street vendors. A real eye-opener, to see the effects of a community relying so much on foot travel. Even if you take the subway, you still have to walk to and from the stations while going up and down stairs.

Since NYC, I've made a daily effort to walk as much as possible, often taking the least efficient and sometimes most time consuming path getting from point A to B.



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The sun is in the east
Even though the day is done
Two suns in the sunset, hmph
Could be the human race is run
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Not worth giving up cars, I’ll stick to the gym! LOL
It’s nice to live where car insurance is cheap and the parking is easy.


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I can't even walk my road, a mile long dead end of loose gravel, too hard on the ankles. But at least there's nice places to walk which are close enough to drive to in the evenings; otherwise, I have a treadmill.

What I *hate* are large parking lots with entrances only near the doors. I sometimes have to wait behind cars looking for the closest spaces, while I end up driving to the back of the lot and walk. Fortunately, it's only a couple places I know of that's like this which consistently give me trouble.

I'm nursing a sore left leg right now, feels like muscles around the knee (overextended?) so my pace isn't as brisk as usual, but distance is no problem.



The rusty wire that holds the cork that keeps the anger in
Gives way and suddenly it’s day again
The sun is in the east
Even though the day is done
Two suns in the sunset, hmph
Could be the human race is run
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Yeah, maybe overextended or twisted. When I started wearing Vans, which are known for the sticky soles, being skateboard shoes, my knees got inflamed from my feet sticking so much when walking and turning, twisting my legs at the knees. Weird problem, but it went away over time.

We started our new gym at the first of the month and I’m loving it! The place is huge! There’s so much space and multiple areas that most of my workouts are by myself in a room. Far more weight and cable machines. I’ve gone from working out for 1 hour and 15-30 mins to 2 hrs to 2hrs 15 minutes. It’s like getting 2 or 3 extra days a week. Schedule is 4 days on, 1 day off, then 4 days on, 2 days off. Seems the best for recovery without losing too many days.


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Small update:

Picked up my bicycle yesterday and I'm loving it. Met a friend today for a small tour, and we started near where I work so got to try out that route. A lot of it are dedicated bike paths so my contact with rush hour car traffic will be minimal.

https://www.cube.eu/2018/bikes/road/road-cyclocross/nuroad/cube-nuroad-blacknred-2018/

Last Bike I owned years ago was my Dad's former 16+ kilograms Iron Hulk. That one would be 15 or 20 years old now. This new one is so light and runs so well that it's a pure pleasure to ride. Really amazing how much better they are today.

I suppose 2x 30mins a day will not be a bad cardio workout.

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Nice looking bike! Keep that heart rate up and it will be a good workout.


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I miss bicycle riding. I need to find a place around here that rents them for a day (like Callaway Gardens, GA).

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I self-diagnosed my injury as a pulled hamstring, happened while during leg curls on my bench. I was using the same weight (55 lbs. [25 kg]) but doing the exercise *really* slowly. Why? Showing off. eek You'd think I'd outgrown that.

Then I reinjured it last week, stepping up onto a 2' (61 cm) chair to change a light bulb on a 9' (274 cm) ceiling. I couldn't put weight on it for a couple of hours, wife helped me to the sofa and I kept it on ice for 20 min. intervals for the rest of the evening. I could eventually walk that evening with a cane, and without the cane the next morning, but with a limp. It healed quickly though, enough to walk comfortably again three days later. I'm not doing any leg workouts until it feels completely healed.



The rusty wire that holds the cork that keeps the anger in
Gives way and suddenly it’s day again
The sun is in the east
Even though the day is done
Two suns in the sunset, hmph
Could be the human race is run
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Slow is good, but injuries are not! I recently watched something about how the most popular leg machines just aren’t safe because of how they lock you into position and can cause all kinds of issues. Among other machines too. If it lingers for a week or two, do yourself a favor and get looked at by an orthopedic doc to get diagnosed and a PT referral. A little physical therapy can go far.


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I miss bicycle riding. I need to find a place around here that rents them for a day (like Callaway Gardens, GA).

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I self-diagnosed my injury as a pulled hamstring, happened while during leg curls on my bench. I was using the same weight (55 lbs. [25 kg]) but doing the exercise *really* slowly. Why? Showing off. eek You'd think I'd outgrown that.

Then I reinjured it last week, stepping up onto a 2' (61 cm) chair to change a light bulb on a 9' (274 cm) ceiling. I couldn't put weight on it for a couple of hours, wife helped me to the sofa and I kept it on ice for 20 min. intervals for the rest of the evening. I could eventually walk that evening with a cane, and without the cane the next morning, but with a limp. It healed quickly though, enough to walk comfortably again three days later. I'm not doing any leg workouts until it feels completely healed.



I suggest you drop the leg curls, as I did years ago. Always felt the movement was unnatural and dangerous, besides it's an isolation exercise with very limited value.
Deadlifts OTOH are a good compund exercise and also target the hamstrings (biceps femoris), plus a bunch of other stuff. Much greater bang for the buck, less potential for injury. If handling too much weight is an issue, a great exercise is the single leg romanian deadlift. Great for improving balance and you will definitely feel it in your hamstrings and gluteus. But first of course let your hamstring heal properlly.

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