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    Constant dribbling I'd imagine

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    Yay I'm no longer obese

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    The 5-2 diet can seem appealing. What are the long term health repercussions of constantly binging and purging?
    But it's not binging and purging. From what I know, you still need to eat quite healthily on the 5 days of *normal* food, it's not a license to stuff your fat head with burgers at will for 5 days of the week. You can have *some* cheat food and a few beers each week though which is why I imagine it's a popular diet plan, a guy would go fucking spare living on lettuce cups, steamed broccoli, and still water .

    And a motivational pic for Dill, just to remind him NOT to go to Steak and Co for a wagyu burger till he's shed a few ton:
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    ^^That calculator is clearly broken!

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    Its fukkin falling off me



    I havent even had a poo yet

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    Good man Dill.

    You still smoke free?

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    Yep, i hardly even think of cigarettes anymore LT. Get past a month and its easy. Getting to a month without killing isnt though

    Cut my drinking right down, now to sort my metabolism out.

    I may start yoga and meditating with Jeff next

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Steak and Co
    Havent been there yet.

    Thats the first place I'm gonna properly eat next week

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    That calculator is clearly broken!
    You kidding? Whats up with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    I may start yoga and meditating with Jeff next


    Hit the weights and by about August you might be able to lift his amulets.

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    ^^Yep just kidding, all good presuming you plugged the correct numbers in... just can’t miss a chance to call you a fat bastard.

    You fat bastard!

    Well done on the quitting smoking thing by the way. I’d forgotten you were doing that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post

    Cut my drinking right down, now to sort my metabolism out.

    I may start yoga and meditating with Jeff next
    No need to go that drastic.


    Add in some healthy outdoor exercise.

    If you drive your kid to school, go straight from the school to the park and do a few laps. Home to the pool for a few laps then breakfast and root the mrs before a lie down on the sofa.

    The yummy mummies in their lycra getting all sweaty in the park will keep you interested.

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    Nothing is going to happen without exercise. Get a fitbit or some other kind of step measure and get at least 10,000 steps a day in. I jog/walked over 70 kilos during the Songkran break. That enabled me to eat like a pig while I cooked or barbecued each night.

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    ^ good idea. How many steps does the average slob average per day?

    Would be interested for myself.

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    If I dont exercise and just do a normal routine. 7-8000 a day. But if I get in 4 laps at Suan Somdet Yah I have 10,000 by 8am , then add the normal to that. AIA have a program called Vitality where you have to average 10,000 a day to receive a 15% discount on your health insurance. Check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    I may start yoga and meditating with Jeff next
    If he says part of the training is laying under a glass coffee table blindfolded, GTFO as quick as you legs can carry you

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    AIA have a program called Vitality where you have to average 10,000 a day to receive a 15% discount on your health insurance.
    ...I get a 10% discount from BUPA (now Aetna) just for staying alive...

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    ^ upto 100% after you die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    If I dont exercise and just do a normal routine. 7-8000 a day. But if I get in 4 laps at Suan Somdet Yah I have 10,000 by 8am , then add the normal to that. AIA have a program called Vitality where you have to average 10,000 a day to receive a 15% discount on your health insurance. Check it out.
    4 laps will do me, no need to buy a step counter now.

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    for me its good, heart rate, BP, steps, kilos, minutes of exercise, and amount of sleep. Its all good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Get a fitbit
    I've seen his missus...She's not bad!

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    Is there a thrustbit?

    Aim for 10,000 thrusts per day?




    Though not sure my fleshlight could handle it.

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    Lunch. Crabmeat and celery
    Not sure whats in the chili dip, couldnt find cottage cheese


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    Pudding


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ...couldnt find cottage cheese
    Yeah, 'cause it's on the health food section of every supermarket in Thailand .

    Seriously though, it's in the yoghurt and dairy section of everywhere.

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