times60 wrote: »
Hi I am 61 and still trying to loose weight. My only solution to eating properly will be gastic bypass. I have been doing alot of reading about it and my doctor feels this will be a good route. A little nervous and my family would rather I eat less but it is not easy.
blessedeverymorning wrote: »
Hi, I'm Pat and just turned 71 in September.... would like to support a few friends in this journey as well as get support. Feel free to add me as a friend. As of today I weigh 295.4 boy, do I hate to admit that number. I have an exercise bike that has an eliptical with it. Would like to be able to work up to using more than the bike, but need to get balance and strength to stand for more than a fe minutes at a time. hope to hear from a few of you all. I live in Northwest corner of Ohio, Pioneer to be exact.
dejavuohlala wrote: »
Why don't all of us over a 'certain' age Join up as friends maybe we can give each other some tips that are more suitable for senior years when we can't pack a punch on the exercise front. Good luck all.
Kathryn41057 wrote: »
I'm in the same boat, as I've been battling weight most of my life. I turned 61 in October. I know that I need to get my act together, but I get so damned tired of it all. I have been dieting since I was 25....
ThisMagicMoment wrote: »
I'm 62, and lost 42 pounds when my husband died two years ago. I regained nearly 20 pounds due to boredom and emotional eating, but the pounds are starting to come off again. I have a lot more to lose. It's not about how I look, or how thin I might get now. It's about keeping my mobility and saving my knees, since I have nobody to pick up the slack now if I can't do something.
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