Week 39 – Little Loss, Lose Mind

Week of 01-27 through 02-02 in the year of our Lord 2012
This is the first weigh-in of the rest of my life. Here are the results for week 39:

 249.6 lbs.
Last Week: 250.2 lbs.
Week Difference: -0.6 lbs.
Total Loss: 85 lbs.
Body Fat: 19.6 % 
Lean Mass: 41.5%  
Waist: 44 inches
Neck: 18 inches
BMI: 31.2 (-0.1 )



Here comes the video.  I am still learning how to edit videos. Please don’t make fun of me. I am fragile and I might just break…

Hopefully you can hear this video better than the last weigh in video.  One thing that I DID NOT EVEN THINK ABOUT when I was filming is that I broke under 250! I should have made a bigger deal out of it.  I did not however because I am not happy with the crappy little losses that I seem to be pulling for the past several weeks.

So whattya think?

Here is a picture of my 44 inch waist.  I was well well over 50 inches when I started. (Don’t forget that pant size and ACTUAL waist measurements are NOT necessarily the same…)


Tomorrow (at some point) I will be announcing the winner of the Polar FT40 Giveaway.  Are you excited? You better be.

Peace, love, recycle.

Beast Face out…

4 comments to Week 39 – Little Loss, Lose Mind

  • Deetz

    you are so silly.

  • Jan

    I’m really liking the video touch, Hank. I’m impressed! I’m even more impressed by your 39 weeks of keeping this up. If you were preggers, you’d be ready to push any day now.

  • Alana
    Twitter: alanagruss

    Great job on getting below 250! Yah! You officially weigh less than me. Dang that sucks. I will catch up though! Love the video!

    Not sure how many calories you eat a day right now but you might consider upping your calories a bit to break your plateau. I was eating about 1200 calories a day and when I increased it to 1600 – 1800 I started dropping weight again. It seems kinda counter intuitive… but I have lost 1.4 and 1.2 lbs in the last two weeks versus .2 or no loss for the previous two months.

  • Jeremy Logsdon
    Twitter: stellarpath

    Dude, I’m in the slow loss club with you, but a slow loss is better than a slow gain, right?

    Still, below 250! Woo hoo! That’s freaking huge!

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