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HenryJ

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Bogue Falaya River

is STILL dark and cold.
Jan 3rd, 2018 06:48 AM        

Did you make any?<br /> <br /> I have two:<br /> <br /> Walk on the treadmill 30 minutes a day. My wife and I need to go walking, but it is unbearably cold outdoors. So my wife dusted off the treadmill and for two days in a row and we have both gone at least 30 minutes per day. <br /> <br /> The second: Start more FDP threads. I'm more of a poster than a tread-starter. But here goes.



jhawkr

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It's all gravy from here on...
Jan 3rd, 2018 06:54 AM        

No resolutions. I don't want to set myself up for abject failure. The only resolution I ever was successful with was a resolution to not make a resolution the next year. :o(<br />



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Jan 3rd, 2018 07:03 AM        

Continue hiking the mountains here in 2018 until my knees give out.



RAGPICKER

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I'm playing it in a different key
Jan 4th, 2018 06:35 PM        

I quit smoking November 15th. New Years resolution is to not screw it up.



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Jan 4th, 2018 08:51 PM        

From the perspective of, *every day is the first day of the rest of my life* ...<br /> <br /> I simply make my choices moment by moment as they approach.<br /> <br /> There are many of the larger values judgments or core principles I live by that could be seen as choices made in advance or resolutions of a sort, but what day it is on the calendar has nothing to do with them.<br /> <br /> When I recognize something I need to change about myself ... I simply do it on the first day of the rest of my life.



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older,better
Jan 4th, 2018 09:58 PM        

Don't speak unless spoken to.<br /> <br /> Or in other words: <br /> <br /> Most people will just talk to me,rarely will they actually want a response to what they say.<br /> <br /> So don't try to have a conversation.<br /> <br /> If they want an opinion they will ask.<br /> <br /> I'll see how it goes<br /> <br /> (may or may not apply to internet fora) <br /> :)



HenryJ

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Jan 5th, 2018 05:05 AM        

Blondestrat: "When I recognize something I need to change about myself ... I simply do it on the first day of the rest of my life."<br /> <br /> That's the best way to improve oneself. With us and the treadmill, we recognized with all the busyness around Christmas and New Year's, we had not taken the opportunity to go out and take a long walk. But when the time came, it was unbearably cold, as most Americans have experienced. So my wife dusted off treadmill and got it working again. Just happened to be on New Year's Day.<br /> <br /> Four for four so far. I'll get on it again shortly.<br />



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Jan 10th, 2018 12:06 PM        

Here's my list.<br /> <br /> It's the same every year, because it helps me keep things in perspective.



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Jan 10th, 2018 02:48 PM        

I don't really make New Year's resolutions, but the weight losing goal is always there and I plan on working hard on that. <br /> <br /> 5 pounds down since the 3rd.



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Tried vegetarian:

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Jan 10th, 2018 03:23 PM        

Don't expect to keep that up, Mike. One pound per day is not good for you.<br /> <br /> A pound of flesh is equivalent to approximately 3500 calories, so if you reduce your caloric intake by 500—1000 calories per day, you'll lose approx 1 to 2 pounds per week, which is considered a healthy rate of weight loss. If you exceed that, it can take a toll on certain organs; they are forced to work too hard.<br /> <br /> Stick with it, brother!



Chris Greene

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Nine mile skid on a ten mile ride
Jan 10th, 2018 05:46 PM        

I don't make new year's resolutions. Heck, I don't make Yom Kippor resolutions either.



mfitz804

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Jan 10th, 2018 06:56 PM        

“Don't expect to keep that up, Mike. One pound per day is not good for you.“<br /> <br /> I don’t, but it seems to me there’s an initial level of fat assery that you drop quickly just by changing your eating habits. The first couple of weeks, you lose pretty easily. It’s after that it becomes harder. At least that’s been my experience. <br /> <br /> Not quite as scientific as your analysis, I know, but equally true. <br /> <br /> I know what I need to do, now I just need to do it.



Jake

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Wait, what?
Jan 11th, 2018 06:54 AM        

I offer resolutions for others.



hushnel

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Jan 11th, 2018 11:05 AM        

Maybe I’ll get an eye exam my resolution is getting a bit fuzzy.



HenryJ

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Bogue Falaya River

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Jan 11th, 2018 01:01 PM        

As far as losing weight, a few years ago Dr. Oz made a statement that makes sense.<br /> <br /> He said that with a given metabolism, a given caloric intake, and a given activity level, there is a given weight.<br /> <br /> If you weight 250 lbs. and begin to eat and exercise for a 180-pounder, you will lose weight for sure. But you will get down to 180 pounds and quit losing weight. If you are like most people, you will wonder why you are not losing weight.<br /> <br /> Also, according to another source (I think Men's Health magazine) you should not lose more than 2 pounds per week. If you do, you are losing bone and muscle.<br />



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