Week 72 – Skin to Win

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This is the first weigh-in of the rest of my life.

Today: 255.6 lbs. Last Month: 257 lbs. Difference: -1.4 lbs. Total Loss Since Starting this Blog: 79 lbs.

So I am 72 Weeks into this fitness and weight loss journey. Health wise I feel great.
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Fitbloggin FTW

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I want to talk about my weekend at the Fitbloggin conference. I really don’t even know where to start.

I COULD start with gushing over all the incredible people that I met. So I will.

I think that even if there had not
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Week 71 – Fitbloggin Week

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So last week I was a day late in posting my normal weekly update.

This week I am a day early. Who knows what will happen next week.

So I will be travelling in the morning hours to the City of Brotherly Wind,
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Week 70 – My Memory is Slipping

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Wow.

It is Friday. I am supposed to post my weekly updates on Thursday.

My excuse?

I totally forgot.

Yeah yeah I know. I shouldn’t make excuses. But seriously. I literally posted a Facebook status update yesterday saying that “Busyness will be the end of
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Fitbloggin Is Drawing Nigh

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Fitbloggin is drawing nigh. And I am drawing something as well. Here is another preview from my slide presentation…

Want to know why weight loss is like a horse with no rider in the desert with a saddlebag full of lettuce and chipmunk pelts?


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Week 69 – Anchors Away

Hey folks. I am going to write a very very short post tonight.

In two weeks I will be presenting an Ignite Fitness keynote at the Fitbloggin Conference in Baltimore. Basically I will have 5 minutes to present 20 slides on my topic. Tonight
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Active Parents Equal Active Children

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I am categorizing this post as Weight Loss Motivation because if you have children, then providing them with a better life should be the ultimate motivation for you to lose weight.

One of the first posts that I ever wrote on this blog was about how
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