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What'sinaname Libra



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PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2021 8:34 pm
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Congrats Saba.

Sort of funny that your first grandchild will be a NSW citizen. Razz


If it's a girl....they can call her Gladys
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Got my letter from work, extending contract for 12 months and a pay rise. Very Happy


Great stuff, good to have some certainty.

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Keto week 2. Lost 2-3 kg. Tuesday starts week 3. Spin class this morning and hopefully ride to Frankston tomorrow. I’ve been doing spin classes on the weekend.

With respect to the high fat low carbs regular protein I take food to work & heat it up there. The supermarkets sell cauliflower and cauliflower/broccoli frozen “rice” which is very handy. My goal is to lose 10 -15 kg. I’d lost 13.5 the first time I did it but added about 7-8 in about 15 months.

Now that the youngest has shifted out there is no bread, no home made cakes etc and if it’s not in the house I won’t go out and buy it.

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What'sinaname wrote:
stui magpie wrote:
Congrats Saba.

Sort of funny that your first grandchild will be a NSW citizen. Razz


If it's a girl....they can call her Gladys


😂😉😜

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Keto week 2. Lost 2-3 kg. Tuesday starts week 3. Spin class this morning and hopefully ride to Frankston tomorrow. I’ve been doing spin classes on the weekend.

With respect to the high fat low carbs regular protein I take food to work & heat it up there. The supermarkets sell cauliflower and cauliflower/broccoli frozen “rice” which is very handy. My goal is to lose 10 -15 kg. I’d lost 13.5 the first time I did it but added about 7-8 in about 15 months.

Now that the youngest has shifted out there is no bread, no home made cakes etc and if it’s not in the house I won’t go out and buy it.


I've managed to keep the weight at about 90kg for the past 9 months. I buy bread and biscuits/cakes for the old girl, I just don't eat them. Or at least only rarely.

I've discovered that you can eat the bad stuff, provided it's the exception

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Now that the youngest has shifted out there is no bread, no home made cakes etc and if it’s not in the house I won’t go out and buy it.[/quote]


The advantage of being a tightarse! Wink

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Laughing Laughing
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Now that the youngest has shifted out there is no bread, no home made cakes etc and if it’s not in the house I won’t go out and buy it.



The advantage of being a tightarse! Wink[/quote]

I want a tight arse 😉

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watt price tully wrote:
Keto week 2. Lost 2-3 kg. Tuesday starts week 3. Spin class this morning and hopefully ride to Frankston tomorrow. I’ve been doing spin classes on the weekend.

With respect to the high fat low carbs regular protein I take food to work & heat it up there. The supermarkets sell cauliflower and cauliflower/broccoli frozen “rice” which is very handy. My goal is to lose 10 -15 kg. I’d lost 13.5 the first time I did it but added about 7-8 in about 15 months.

Now that the youngest has shifted out there is no bread, no home made cakes etc and if it’s not in the house I won’t go out and buy it.


I've managed to keep the weight at about 90kg for the past 9 months. I buy bread and biscuits/cakes for the old girl, I just don't eat them. Or at least only rarely.

I've discovered that you can eat the bad stuff, provided it's the exception


That’s brilliant. I did well for a long time then slowly but surely .....however I’ve still been cycling / walking and kept relatively fit. If it’s still on I’m doing the 210 km “Around the Bay in a day” in October and the Great Vic bike ride in November/December so I’ve sort of got a goal too.

What was that insulin resistance book u referred to a while ago?

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stui magpie Gemini

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No book, just google it. There's lots of detail about the glycemic index which is all about sugar, google the Insulin Index which takes it to a different level. Stuff that is OK according to the GI is actually not according to the II.

Again, it's about portion size and what you eat.

Once you lose weight, exercise is easier and causes less stress to joints which is really just basic physics so it becomes easier to maintain a healthy weight.

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stui magpie wrote:
No book, just google it. There's lots of detail about the glycemic index which is all about sugar, google the Insulin Index which takes it to a different level. Stuff that is OK according to the GI is actually not according to the II.

Again, it's about portion size and what you eat.

Once you lose weight, exercise is easier and causes less stress to joints which is really just basic physics so it becomes easier to maintain a healthy weight.


That’s what I do. Keto is a bit of a generic term but it’s the insulin resistance my GP is in to. I changed GP’s to do this some time ago “LCHF Doctors Down under”. I’m working towards the portion control bit. Last night I had a organic bbq porterhouse ( I used to have 2). I cooked up their home made (low carb) Italian snags to have today but ate ‘em last night Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes with steamed veg and salad.

Week 3 on Tuesday I’ll start going harder in terms of portion.

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80 Km this morning to Frankston and back. Rode with 2 women who are getting better ( they walked up Olivers Hill).

We stopped for coffee in Frankston & I had a long black with cream. Then left them as I had to get back for work at 14:00 hours.

Love Olivers Hill (going down hill) that is. Got to 62 km’s per hour. Shame it’s over as fast as teenage sex😉

Cold and beautiful morning, the bay was like a grey glass

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Needed a new pair of running shoes. The ones I bought last year still have plenty of sole but I've worn the grip pattern off. Gone A over T once just on damp grass and almost a couple of other times on a bit of slick clay. I never did learn to ice skate.

Depending on the right track, I can jog more now. 5.2km walk this morning in 43 minutes which included a 1.2km jog

Called into the Nike factory outlet at Uni Hill this morning, grabbed a pair of Nike Zoom Pegasus 36. $160 down to $110 and a further 40% off this weekend, got them for $66.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 13, 2021 10:04 am
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Certainly not a fan of Italy but England losing the Euro final certainly made me smile.
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^

Yeah, being beaten by the Italian Diving team did bring a slight grin to me as well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ukFUEI5qz8

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