cpnknight wrote: »
I am still a fat boy but progress is steady in the downwards direction, that however is a scales thing.
My NSV is not too spectacular but is significant for me.
Due to my size my cargo trousers were always a bit too tight. I never needed a belt, in fact, I stopped wearing them for quite a while because they were too tight!
This morning I had to wear something more suitable than trackie bottoms so dug out the trousers....Not only were they not tight but I had to find something to use as a belt to keep them from slipping down!
robynmac5819 wrote: »
You look amazing and HAPPY! Be in every picture you can with your loved ones!
jrh_this_better_work wrote: »
It's a scalar NSV
But my NSV is not that the scale moved. It's that I stuck with it when it wasn't moving. I believed in the science of weight loss and kept doing the appropriate food- and exercise-based things, even though the scale didn't change. That feels really important to my journey!
stevehenderson776 wrote: »
After losing 56lbs I no longer snore! No more getting elbowed in the ribs at night for this guy.
JAC581 wrote: »
I broke out this toning/stretching book that I had bought well over a decade ago (but never cracked open), and took the time to try all of the core exercises and stretches last night. I could feel it in my abs afterward!
Usually my only exercise is walking, but with the cold, rainy weather we've been having, I'm glad I was able to find something else to keep me active!
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