Need to Lose 100 LBS -Robins Thread !

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  • JNettie73
    JNettie73 Posts: 1,103 Member
    @nsk1951
    I love what you posted about learning to be okay with not everyone knowing your side of the story. It resonates with me.

    @MelodiousMermaid
    I recently got a Ninja too. My husband bought it when Amazon was having their Prime Day. He got me the Mega Kitchen System then also bought me some accessories for it. I absolutely love it and have been using it quite often. This morning I made a watermelon smoothie. I have not heard about the one you have. Yours sounds interesting!

    @skinnyjeanzbound
    Glad to hear you had fun on your trip!

    Does everyone use the website or the app to log? I use both. Ever since the update I have been having issues with the app. I am finding when I open it and click the tabs it is extremely slow to respond, painfully slow. It is getting to the point that I am starting not to want to use it anymore. MFP has been such a blessing for me and so incredibly helpful. It bothers me that I am having so many issues with the app. Anyhow, that turned out to be more of a vent than anything else. I was curious if anyone else is having problems as well?

    I've been doing well. I've been making healthier choices but have not been logging food much because of the issues above. I am starting to see the scale move again. This morning I weighed in at 213, still 5 lbs higher than my lowest. However last week I weighed in at 219 so I consider it a win. I believe I've mentioned this before, but I have been losing and gaining the same 5-6 lbs over and over again. I know I am the cause of that with not weighing and logging my foods. Seeing the scale under 215 this morning was very motivating. I am hoping I can get things moving again and stick with it.

    Last night I made grilled butternut squash with a maple lime glaze. The recipe said to steam the squash for 10 minutes then put on the grill. I didn't do that. Well, I learned the hard way why they said to steam it. I ended up having to put it in the microwave for 4 minutes to soften it up so we can eat it. Anyhow it was really delicious. It was a bit hit with my husband and daughter. I brought some over to my neighbor and she really liked it too! The glaze was so simple, mix some maple syrup with fresh squeezed lime and a tiny bit of cinnamon.

    Hope everyone has a fantastic August!
  • mnwalkingqueen
    mnwalkingqueen Posts: 1,270 Member
    Hi Everybody!
    sorry it has been a while my life has been a chaotic mess and extremely stressful the last couple weeks. I’m not surprised I gained almost 2 pounds in the last two weeks just because of all the eating out I’ve been doing to comfort myself. Some comfort it is right!
    Let’s see we’ll start with the fact that someone in the UK got a hold of my routing and checking account number and stole the money out of my checking account. Lucky for me the bank gave me all my money back. Then I had some work stresses and then Riley decided to eat all of his three month supply of multivitamins in five minutes when I turn my back to run upstairs for emergency bathroom break. however through all of this I have still been doing my walks in the morning with Riley and my evening walks weather permitting.
    so I apologize in advance that all my responses are pretty long but I found something to respond to in all of your posts.

    @MelodiousMermaid- That is so cool how you projected your end goal. Great job on no binge urges. Hoping your movement is getting better. It’s good to acknowledge and be aware of those mental health battles and knowing you’re OK with how things are going for the moment. I was just talking to my sister about the ninja ice cream maker. Me and my sister both have KitchenAid mixers but my sister uses the ice cream attachment. I was thinking about buying that attachment so I could use my mixer more than just at holiday time because I love ice cream. I’ve been really good at not buying it when at the grocery store but culvers custard is my weakness. I will say that your post about being OK with people not knowing your side of the story. That has been my biggest struggle in putting in place over the last 2 yrs. my mother has a way of twisting every story to make the other person look like the villain. I used to worry all the time what she was saying to people and how I was being portrayed. Since Covid came I got to the point where I just don’t care you can make me look as ugly as you want to I know the truth. I love your idea about frozen yogurt I can see you’re using your ninja gadget.

    @nsk1951-Summer eating is hard for me too. I love going out on the patio’s at my favorite restaurants and food trucks too. I agree with your statement about getting comfortable with setbacks. Needing breaks is why I don’t change to strict plans or not having certain foods. For myself when I was taking those brakes I would end up eating more than I should and not getting back on track until it was way too late. I am glad that you are back on track and that you know your trigger foods so well and good job of keeping them at bay. I understand your struggle with your weight I think I’ve been on this webpage quite a long time too I know it’s been over 7 years.

    @JNettie73- That is so cool that you get to work with past students and see their improvements. Swimming is a good way to get exercise and tire your body out so you can sleep good. Oh I appreciate the thought of inviting me to a gathering if I was closer. I only use the app I don’t have a home computer. I do notice on my Apple phone every time they do an upgrade to the app I have problems with it for sometimes two weeks to a month. When I read what you had for butternut squash oh my gosh I got so hungry. I wish I was better at cooking healthy stuff for one person. I’ve been really weird my whole life about leftovers. I will eat them I just don’t really always know how to reheat them properly to taste good.

    @karen- I am glad that your trip to Spain was so much fun. I understand totally the struggle to get him back to where you want to be after a vacation. Because when I go on vacation I tend to eat out all the time things I would never do at home like coffee every morning, snacks every day in between meals. However like you there’s also lots of walking involved because when I go on vacation somewhere I pretend like I live there meaning I take city transportation like buses or trains or trolleys or just plain old walking. What a great goal to have while you are dog sitting in California. I love sitting small goals like that or it could be big depending on the hike you’re doing. But it’s so like full of gratitude when like you actually do it. Thanks for asking my ankle has healed 100% and we no longer venture off the cemented Trail anymore just because of the whole bug thing honestly
  • JNettie73
    JNettie73 Posts: 1,103 Member
    Just to update. I decided to delete the MFP app yesterday and reinstall it. I am now happily issue free! If only I had reinstalled it months ago. :#

    I changed up my workouts again this week. I've been doing my bosu in addition to my bike. During bosu I've been focusing on my upper body. After dinner we have been going on family walks. Anyhow for kicks I jumped on the scale again this morning. I am down another lb. 4 more lbs until I reach my lowest!!!

    @mnwalkingqueen
    I can relate. Sadly, my mother was the same way with twisting stories among other things. Interestingly enough it was during Covid that I also came to this realization and also decided to stop letting it get to me. Covid and then her passing made me realize she was the main source of all the stress I had in my life. It is hard because a lot of family/friends reach out to me and telling me how hard it is to lose a parent. I feel family and friends expect me to be a certain way after her passing. They don't know the dynamics of our relationship, nor do I care to rehash things with people it does not involve. Honestly, I have been able to find peace and move on with my life. My dad's passing hit me hard. It's been 4 years and I still get moments of sadness.

    When it comes to reheating things, I prefer to reheat in the toaster oven or oven. Very rarely I heat things up in the microwave. One thing we like to do is make a big batch of pancakes, more than we can eat in one sitting. We wrap them up and put in the fridge. All week long my daughter has a pancake that we reheat in the toaster oven. They come out delicious!
  • nsk1951
    nsk1951 Posts: 530 Member
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  • nsk1951
    nsk1951 Posts: 530 Member
    Saturday weigh-in Results ...
    8/6/2022 ... Not good. I don't even want to reveal the number ... it's 'for me eyes only' ... Ha! .. heck no
    I weighed in with yet another gain ... now the scale reads 225.6 ... and the doctor said ... 'I doubt you have actually gained any weight; I think it is all coming from the edema throughout your body ... here's a referral to a cardiologist. Let's get to the bottom of it before I start changing your medication." ...
    Well .. what else can I expect? Not much different. EXCEPT .. I still think it's what i am eating or how much I am eating instead of how puffy I am. Yes .. I cannot get my shoes onto my feet. Yes; my bra feels like it's strangling me. No, my pants are not tighter around the waist. Yes, I am fatigued and breathless. ... Time will tell. I called the doctor from the referral and have to wait until the middle of September before there is an opening in his schedule.

    in the meantime ... I need to tighten up my own actions. On something I call 'the better path' ... What's the better path ... more active, more structured, more committed.  More discetionary about my choices.   

    Have a good week everyone.

    @JNettie73 ... My computer and cell phone are both also acting really slow ... and the research I have done on it said that the processors slow down over time; especially when apps are updated and old systems try to deal with the newest versions. ... It's all a business plan ... change things so that the old needs to be replaced with new models. Yes? Maybe.

    @mnwalkingqueen ... I cannot image the panic you felt when someone got your bank account! Glad you were able to work it out with the bank.


  • nsk1951
    nsk1951 Posts: 530 Member
    Saturday Weigh-In Results. I had a 1 pound loss this week. That's very encouraging, especially since one day this week was way over my daily calorie allowance ... I went to a birthday party and ate was was served.

    No one posted this past week ... Sadness, I feel lonely.

    I hope everyone has had a good week and continues to have another good one this coming week.
  • mnwalkingqueen
    mnwalkingqueen Posts: 1,270 Member
    hey everyone just doing a quick stop in… I am not doing any way in this week because I’ve been sick with Covid so any weight loss is due to living off of chicken noodle soup for five days. However I’m starting to feel a little bit better went for a mile walk this morning but now I’m super exhausted and need to rest again.
    however I’ve had a thought going on in my head all morning… Last week I weighed in at 235 which I haven’t weighed that in 22 years. But for the same 22 years I’ve been wearing the same size clothes in 18/20 bottom and 22/24 top. My thought was how much spandex are in our women’s clothes that you can wear the same clothes at 235 pounds and 283 pounds. I just bought some new pants at the same size 18/20 and they fit like a glove.
    Anyway I think it’s time for a nap I haven’t been up for very long but I guess it’s part of recovery. Hope everybody has a wonderful weekend.
  • JNettie73
    JNettie73 Posts: 1,103 Member
    @mnwalkingqueen
    I hope you are starting to feel better. I came down with Covid on the 11th. I am feeling better than I have been feeling but I am finding that I am getting very tired very quickly. I did get up and go outside in the backyard for a bit yesterday and again this morning but that exhausted me. I've been spending the past few days hiding out in my bedroom watching movies. But I do feel very lazy laying in bed all the time. Thankfully so far my husband and daughter have been fine and tested negative. One perk of Covid is I'm down 5 lbs. I know that will come right back once I start eating regular meals again. I'm just trying to find a positive in this. LOL
  • mnwalkingqueen
    mnwalkingqueen Posts: 1,270 Member
    @JNettie73- Hope you are feeling better. I am back to normal except for exercise but did walk 3 miles today.

  • JNettie73
    JNettie73 Posts: 1,103 Member
    @mnwalkingqueen
    I'm feeling much better now. My appetite isn't fully back though. My husband ended up getting sick on Monday. He is experiencing everything I had except his Covid tests came back negative. He didn't want to bother going for a PCR, he is assuming he has it too.

    I am going to try to start working out again today. I hope that goes well. I miss my workouts.
  • packersfan0103
    packersfan0103 Posts: 240 Member
    Truth is I need stop being consistently inconsistent.
    😔
  • nsk1951
    nsk1951 Posts: 530 Member
    Truth is I need stop being consistently inconsistent.
    😔

    That's my truth as well ... keep at it, one little bit at a time and the amount of consistency will improve ... however, I fear it will always be a 'struggle' ...
  • MelodiousMermaid
    MelodiousMermaid Posts: 370 Member
    Odd... I was sure I posted on the 6th, but I'm not seeing anything. Oh well, must have been a glitch.

    So I could totally mega-dump, as this last week has been very challenging and I had a binge day, but I'll do my best to keep it short and more positive. The trip went really well regarding intake - had a mix of basic, controlled meals to offset planned indulgences, and the balance worked out favorably (I should see a drop in the scale at some point showing that I dropped more fat). The heat and humidity were pretty trying, and my feet and bad ankle were extremely sore from the extra walking, but all told the experiences we had were good enough to make it worth it. The kiddo had a blast, and she was the main reason for the trip, so it was a win. Regardless of the multiple challenges I've fought with since coming back, I was able to get a mild deficit for the net result of my weekdays, so that was another win. The biggest win is probably the fact that I was able to stop my binge day by going to bed early and I didn't continue it on Tuesday. I grabbed on to the proverbial wagon by my fingernails and have been riding out the week to the best of my ability. I'm hoping to get intake ironed out to a solid deficit again this coming week, and I'm allowing exercise to take a back seat as needed to get me there, so I'm not trying to focus on too much at once. Phew.

    My latest adventures in frozen dessert making have been protein strawberry cheesecake (a fail due to the bitterness of the sweetener of the protein powder after freezing), chocolate (needs a Skinny Syrup add-in, which I have on order), and Orange Dream sorbet (close to great, have a tweak in mind to try next batch). I currently have a batch of my great grandma's homemade vanilla ice cream (made to recipe, so full calories) freezing to process tomorrow. I'm really anticipating this special treat -- won't make it too often though, as the prep took way too long for my liking, and it's relatively expensive. That and the calorie hit is a hard one unless the serving size is super small. Had to try it though, as it is always in my memory as setting the bar for any other vanilla ice cream I've had.

    @JNettie73 That butternut squash sounds delectable... I'm going to have to try that sometime! Hope your residual symptoms from COVID have either gone away or lessened so you're able to get back to the things you like!

    @mnwalkingqueen Oh no! You got COVID as well! So good to hear you're on the mend other than being tired after your walks... Hopefully that's getting better now too?

    @nsk1951 So sorry to have you feel alone that week! I am so certain that I did post, but oh well, I guess that's technology for ya... I hope they're making progress on figuring out your medical situation. Congrats on the loss you recorded last week!

    5'1"F
    Midwest USA
    HW: 261.0
    UGW: 132.0
    Dropped weight so far: 12.6

    07/02/2022: 260.5
    08/06/2022: 247.9
    08/13/2022: 250.4
    08/20/2022: 248.4
  • nsk1951
    nsk1951 Posts: 530 Member
    @MelodiousMermaid ,,, you posted on the 4th. Glad you are doing so well. keep it going!

    AFM .. Saturday Weigh-in .. I have dropped .8 pounds this week ... i'll Take IT! ...

    This past week I really tried hard to use up all the produce I got from the farm share ... but now I have a lot of cooked vegetable stuff sitting around in the fridge! ... I made a beet/cabbage vegetable soup called Borscht, I also made a casserole that used eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash and a tomato based sauce. It's kind of like a lasagna in the way you cut it up to serve it. I decided to make it more of a lasagna type dish by topping it with broken, cooked lasagna noodles and a sprinkling of shredded cheese to give it a crunchy crust. The dish made 6 servings and I put 2 of them into the freezer.

    Today was pickup day and my bag contained a head of field grown green lettuce .. could be a young romaine or just a green leaf lettuce of some sort. Also got 4 tiny Asian pears. A pint each of tomatillos, ground cherries, tomato berries (cherry tomatoes). .... I could do without those tomatillos and ground cherries! ... I also got just 1 each of a slicing cucumber, zucchini, and yellow squash ... so that is more manageable to fit in ... HA ... this week I had decided if I got a lot of squash I was going to back Zucchini bread loafs ... guess not! ... I also got two small melons .. a watermelon and a cantaloupe. And, 1 lonely partly ripened tomato that I am unfamiliar with of the type because it's a shape i'm not familiar with ... oh well .. that's how these things go. Will i get another farm share next year? hmmm, probably not.

    Have a great week everyone ... those with kids have already had them return to school or will within the next week or two ... So I'd like to remind all of us that when that starts we will see school buses on the road and to be mindful of stopping for them as called for.

    Next week!
  • MelodiousMermaid
    MelodiousMermaid Posts: 370 Member
    Hello, everyone. Hope the late summer days are treating you all well.

    It's been a better week this week for intake. Hormone shifts are such a pain... but at least I'm back in the "better" part of the shifts, so I was able to find my footing and have a not-perfect-but-quite-acceptable week. Got rid of the cycle weight and the remaining excess food weight, and got a bit of fat loss in there too. I don't recall which day it was, but sometime in this last week, I had to re-tie my shorts to be a bit trimmer to feel they were safely set, and I also had to adjust the car's seat by a bit (forward) so I could properly fully reach the pedals. So the indicators are there in both numbers and NSVs.

    This week's frozen dessert adventure was making my Great-Grandma's Homemade Vanilla recipe. It was more in line with a gelato. Either way, it was tasty and the texture was amazing. Too tasty really, as I ended up going off the rails on Sunday, finishing most of the batch. I've resolved not to make this true to recipe very often, perhaps only for special occasions with company. If anyone's interested, I posted the unaltered recipe in my ice cream recipes thread.

    Based on this (mis-)adventure, I decided to try one or two spin-offs to see if I can have an outcome that's easier to fit in the grocery budget and the intake planning budget. The first attempt is in the freezer waiting to be processed tonight. I'm hopeful for a good turnout.

    @nsk1951 : It seems like those produce baskets are a bit hit or miss. Were you able to come up with a use for the tomatillos and ground cherries? I have to admit those probably wouldn't find a use in my kitchen. Hopefully the new basket will prove to be a better fit for you.

    5'1"F
    Midwest USA
    HW: 261.0
    UGW: 132.0
    Dropped weight so far: 16.5

    07/02/2022: 260.5
    08/06/2022: 247.9
    08/13/2022: 250.4
    08/20/2022: 248.4
    08/27/2022: 244.5
  • nsk1951
    nsk1951 Posts: 530 Member
    edited August 28
    Saturday Update on Sunday ... I was in such a hurry to get to the farm yesterday morning that I forgot to weigh myself. Did so this morning and stayed exactly the same from last week. ... Maintenance instead of weight-loss deficit ... seems to be the way this year is shaping up as I haven't been able to get down into the next 10 pounds or even 5 pounds down for the past half year. ... Oh well .. It will come, I just have to keep working on it.

    We had an interesting thing happen this past week that is making my apartment feel unsafe. The elevator broke down and it'll be 7-10 days, or more before it's able to be repaired according to the elevator company. The hospital that shares the building with the apartment complex has assisted in letting tenants use the hospital back elevator to get down stairs, but then we have to walk through half the hospital to get to an outdoor access point; and those doors are locked during off-business hours. They were able to provide just 11 badges to swipe to get into the building during those hours ... and there are 37 apartments here. We have been asked to sign out badges and return them within 8 hours .. but you know how some people can be ... they just don't sign it out and just take one, or they sign it out and sign it back in right away ... Edit .. Sign it in and then back out right away.
    That's not my main concern however, as I can work around going outdoors or on errands within the hospital's open hours ... what scares me is that I am on the top floor and cannot climb stairs ... or what if one of us has to call for an ambulance ... how are they going to get to us without access through the hospital (I cannot image them climbing all those flights of stairs to get to the top floor with a gurney!) The top floor is #6 .. but the ground floor is 7 stories down. Also ... what if there was a fire ... the fire men would have to climb those stairs also ... and a lot of us are dependent on walkers, some even on wheel chairs ... scary. Makes me wonder if this was the right place to move to. Hopefully the elevator will be functional sooner than expected.

    You are right @MelodiousMermaid; the produce farm share bags have not been a super hit for me. I ended up having to discard the tomatillos (I just don't like the taste of them). The ground cherries, unfortunately were picked under-ripe, and I've not used them until they ripen as I read green ones are toxic. However, the ones that have counter ripened don't have much flavor to them because they were picked before they developed enough. The skins on them are brown and dry (but not splitting open), but the berry inside is not yellow or orange but green, so they should have stayed on the plants at least another week. I intend to try making a jam out of them .. just to see what I can do with them.

    Well ... August ends this week. What is everyone planning to do the same/different/new for their healthy weight plans for the coming month, as we transition into a new season?

    AFM .. I am hoping to join a seniors exercise class at the Sr Center, and to get into a habit of using some of the equipment in the apartment complex gym on a regular basis. ... That's a big change for me if I can manage to pull it off.

    Have a great week everyone. Later.

  • nsk1951
    nsk1951 Posts: 530 Member
    Turned something negative into a positive
    I had all these vegetables from the farm share that needed to be used up .. a zucchini, a yellow squash, baby leeks, slicing tomato, plus, I had purchased eggplant and garlic, and had carrots that needed to be used up ... SO, thinking I was clever, I cut them all up and layered them into a 9x13-inch pyrex casserole dish and roasted them ... They turned out 'meh' ... Still, being a frugal homemaker, I batched them up into refrigerator storage containers and put them away. Then I woke up with an idea ...
    ... I had made spaghetti yesterday and had saved the cooking water as per a recommendation on the Pasta Grammar YouTube channel in one of the video's I'd watched ... and I thought ... SOUP! I had a couple of pieces of chicken already defrosted in the fridge to cook with today and so I turned some of those roasted vegetables, the pasta water, and the chicken into the most flavorful soup! ... Ta-DA ...
    Feeling Proud.
  • nsk1951
    nsk1951 Posts: 530 Member
    September 1 monthly weight loss results:
    Just 1.4 pounds down from what I was on August 1 ... yep, definitely hanging out in the maintenance rather than reduction zone. That's still better than staying 'the same' over all these years I have been working on losing weight while still living me extreme sedentary living .. after all, I must take pride in having trimmed over 55 pounds to date from my high. I still need to lose another 55 to get to the goal I had set for myself when I first joined this group under a different profile name. ...

    Which reminds me of the woman who had started this thread so many years ago. Robin's actual name was Ellen. .. I've lost touch with her on a personal level since she moved to a different city from where she lived during her years of leading this thread; which was actually a few years after she herself stopped coming here. I am thinking of her today and hoping she is well and happy .. like many of us, she had her own unique health issues that made achieving weight loss goals a hard sell. Thank you RobinsEgg ... you helped me get to where I am today ... because I firmly believe that had I not stumbled upon your thread and was thus encouraged to be brave enough to look my obesity in the face instead of shutting my eyes to it that I would still be almost 280 instead of 222.8.

    What is everyone planning for the coming month? The coming season? Anything different? What worked? What didn't? What do you want to Stop, Start, Continue on your journey losing excess weight?

    AFM ...
    I want to STOP sitting through TV commercials and START moving something, anything, from my body. Every commercial .. every time I sit in front of a TV to watch any show. Arm Pumps, Leg movements, Walking back and forth through the apartment .. anything I can imagine to try and then do for that commercial period. This will help me be more active and perhaps help me at least reduce the edema in my lower half of the body.

    I want to CONTINUE with my long stretches between meals as well as continue on my heavy produce meal plans. I also want to CONTINUE enjoying my home made unsweetened grain chocolate pudding one time a week.

    Here's at ya!

  • nsk1951
    nsk1951 Posts: 530 Member
    Yesterday I had my lesson on how to use some of the exercise equipment in the gym a couple of flours down from mine in this apartment building. A tenant who is really 'Buff' at the age of 74 (former Marine who's stayed in shape ever since boot camp back in 1969) lives right across the hall from the exercise room (gym) and has become like the mentor for anyone using that equipment. Some of the tenants don't like his 'take charge' attitude about that room but I find it most helpful to have someone willing to show me the ropes on equipment I've not used before.

    By the time I finished learning the machines and satisfied "Buff" that I would be safe on my own in that room, and did all the extra walking needed right now to get to another floor, exit and enter the building what with the elevator still out, I was 'done' for the day. I puttered around my apartment doing KP and housekeeping chores in the afternoon. ... So .. September is off to a good start on implementing my Stop-Start-Continue focus .. now to keep it going.
  • MelodiousMermaid
    MelodiousMermaid Posts: 370 Member
    So, a bit of a frustrating week, scale-wise for me. I'm certain that this week's weigh-in had extra water and waste weight in it, making progress. However, progress did slow down a bit this last week too. Two of my three low cal days ended up being higher cal days, though I did have a solid estimated deficit those days still, so it's just a matter of waiting out whatever it is that my body is deciding to do.

    Regarding kitchen adventures, the batch that I made last weekend was ok, but more crystal-y than creamy, and lacked in flavor a bit. It was a good sundae ice cream. I made the other, higher-cal, but still reduced cal recipe (reduced in comparison to my Great-Grandma's recipe). It turned out really well. It's still a bit of a calorie hit though, at 386 calories for a cup-ish serving (237 grams). This week I think I'll go back to making frozen yogurt. I'll have a new experience, though, in that it'll be made with homemade Skyr. I'll be processing my first batch of Skyr today. Once I find the ambition to get my tail off this chair anyway.

    I don't plan to change anything up for the fall except that I'll probably start to experiment with some baked goods to see if I can come up with more macro-friendly options so I can keep things close to on point for the holiday season. Well, that and probably a few more cooked/baked things on the menu once the temps start to drop.

    @nsk1951 The fact that you've maintained/had a slow loss instead of going backwards is a big win. Thank you for sharing your tribute to RobinsEgg. I wasn't on the thread when she was around, but appreciate that the thread was established and that people have hung around to check in here and there. And kudos to you for getting in to the gym in your building. It sounds like you've got a great resource in "Buff".

    5'1"F
    Midwest USA
    HW: 261.0
    UGW: 132.0
    Dropped weight so far: 16.5

    07/02/2022: 260.5
    08/06/2022: 247.9
    08/13/2022: 250.4
    08/20/2022: 248.4
    08/27/2022: 244.5
    09/03/2022: 244.6