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Post by Guest on Thu 12 Feb 2015, 5:53 pm

well so what--people comment all the time so its about time I started trimming up for the season ahead..

First thing is that I'll have to get a set of scales and slowly climb on board

about 115kgs I'm guessing if I'm under then I have lost weight and stuff the diet..

But I have been drinking this stuff the mrs got me from the health shop and it taste like --well i'll be polite--shitte.

at least I can still bend over to put my shoes on but definitely need to get down to about 90kgs...u never know I might get lucky..

i'll give it 12 weeks that should do it

so if anyone has got a good diet to get back into trim befor the gold season starts up then I'm all ears..

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Post by Bignuggs on Thu 12 Feb 2015, 6:10 pm

Yep, I got a diet for ya and it will fit in with your motto "bugger exercise"  Razz
It's called the soup and wine diet
All you can eat is soup and you whine about it  
It's also called the liquid diet but I know you don't drink much  

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Post by K town swinger on Thu 12 Feb 2015, 6:38 pm

Get out and start swingin in this heat mate and the fat will drip off ya. Wink
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Post by Wedgetail on Thu 12 Feb 2015, 7:49 pm

Ray,

I tried the "5 and 2" diet that all the books are on about these days,,,,,,,,,,,,"5 beers one and 2 beers" the next!!

But serious, it did work for me when I was on it last year. I was losing weight easy but I let it slip with all this "office" stuff that I been doing lately.

Google it. I hate diets but this was the best one I ever tried.

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Post by Flouro on Thu 12 Feb 2015, 7:50 pm

Hi Oneday,

Protien diet, meat eggs , six meals a day @ 100 to 150gr per meal...no beer

5kg/wk

Ron

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Post by Guest on Thu 12 Feb 2015, 8:08 pm

u'll turn me into a drunk like cliff if I go on a beer diet--bloody hell I can just see meself in the lounge with a car fridge next to me--what the hell r u up 2-- its only a diet love don't worry--Uncle Cliff is on it and that's what he does.. lol!

Ron shes feeding me that protein powder in a jar now and bloody hell it tastes foul..changed from chocolate to strawberry--might have to throw a dob of icecream in it when shes not looking..even eaten just about all the beef jerky I made as well.

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Post by Alan WA on Thu 12 Feb 2015, 8:23 pm

Check out the blood group diet.
Not a diet as such, just tells you what to eat or not to eat for your blood type.

Works for me.
I'm in my 60's, can see my toes and still catch a wave.

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Post by Banjo on Thu 12 Feb 2015, 8:32 pm

Ray, if you don't mind eating the same crap all the time you can't go wrong with

* poached chicken
* brown rice
* broccoli
* tuna
* oats

still have your protein shakes, 2-3 a day

if you love chicken get your lovely wife to poach it in chicken stock, i didn't have any stock tonight so 6 cups of water, bit of soy sauce, bit of worcestershire, some mixed herbs, a stock cube, just go with the flow.
Boil up some brown rice, lightly steam/boil some broccoli.

In a nice big shallow bowl, throw in some rice, layer in some sliced chicken breast and add the broccoli and add the broth, add some garnish like fine sliced chilli, shallot onions and some sesame seeds.

With the left over chicken knock up some chicken salad wraps for lunch.

It really is just a matter of steering clear of sugar, it's nasty stuff and even in my coffee i am slowly weaning myself off it.

good luck with it, there are endless idea's out there, just a matter of sticking to it, i'm as boring as they come when it comes to food and can eat the same thing day in day out so it doesn't bother me

Ron nailed it above, 6 smaller meals across the day keeps the metabolism ticking over, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, you need to get food into your stomach to get the metabolism going, also i know i will get abused on here for this but drink as much WATER as you can throughout the day.

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Post by boobook on Fri 13 Feb 2015, 7:28 am

Ron called in the "protein diet", I think is the one my s/son is on he calls the "low carb" diet.
Bacon, sausages and eggs for breakfast, chicken (grilled or fried) for lunch, steak and small amount of vege's for dinner.
Frightens me, but he has gone from ~120kg. to 90kg in nearly 5 months.
Mind you, his work is pretty sedentary in IT so not much weekday exercise.
Mike
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Post by Nightjar on Fri 13 Feb 2015, 10:04 am

Alan WA wrote:I'm in my 60's, can see my toes and still catch a wave.

Very Happy


Hey Alan, The only wave you could catch now is when we drive past your patch, or is it the finger sign? kwdf lol!

Seriously, exercise, exercise exercise and everything in moderation.





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Post by aumate on Sun 15 Feb 2015, 7:22 am

Hi,

Just try cutting your meal size down and exercise.

Plus NO .. biscuits, cake or ice creams...ect all the good foods.

Cheers Laurie and Roz


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Post by Nanjim on Sun 15 Feb 2015, 8:51 am

Living in a construction camp....
It is very easy to over eat ...
I just have small portions ...


Cheers Nanjim

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