FAT BASTARD ROLL CALL



  • OK lads, who is still fat busting from day one?  And if you're not, give us your reason why.  And if you are, new goals etc.

    Sooo, me still FBing at full noise, weighed in at 95.8 the other morning, down from 118 two years ago.  Rowing, rowing, rowing and the odd weights session thrown in for shits n giggles...

    [color=red][size=7][b]TOTAL WEIGHT LOSS:  22.2 kg[/b][/size][/color]



  • I'm in but only started 3 weeks ago. Doing Wesley Weight Loss, basically a medically controlled program of weight loss (replacement shakes starters, then reintroducing foods through an education program).  Currently walking every day for about 45 mins at a brisk pace (huff and puff a bit, but can still talk).

    Just weighed in at 109.6 starting at 118 three weeks ago, so have lost 8.4 kgs.



  • Somebody called?

    Had a cross training elliptical thingy delivered this morning ... the bike they had trouble putting together so they will return later with one that can be put together ...

    I start tomorrow or tonight if the wife gets the whip out ...

    I am a pear shaped 86ish kgs and wanting to be mid to high 70's.



  • Still going, and still on a mission.

    My starting weight on here says 108kgs but those scales must have been out by a mile. I know when I started newjob that I was around the 120kgs mark.

    Weigh in yesterday morning at 105kgs

    [b][color=red]Total Weight Loss Of 15kgs[/color][/b]



  • started ages ago, and at the time I devised a sprint training routine that also doubled as an effective way of getting in shape for my weekly touch footy game, and was devastatingly effective at deleting my rather stubborn beer gut. When I first started, I was 100 kgs, and after some months (can't remember exactly how many), was down to a trim 93 kgs. Unfortunately, the running-intensive regime was also devastatingly hard on my knees, and I had to take a break.

    As a result, I ballooned back out to 100kg, though I've reigned this weight back now to 98kg in the last couple of weeks just by trying to avoid eating too much fatty stuff. I am still playing Monday night footy (duration 1 hr), and Wednesday night tennis (duration 1 hr 30 min), which is better than nothing. However, I need to get back into some form of (almost) daily activity, that doesn't rely so heavily on running. Feel free to throw suggestions at me.

    Bartman, well done on your continuing success.  👏 Your dedication to the cause is an inspiration to all fatbusters.Â



  • Started on 1st January, at present just eating better and upping the exercise,

    starting wieght - 99kg
    current - 96kg

    target 90kg

    Have in the past few weeks started some high intensity anaerobic stuff, 20-30 mins of non-stop exercise, inc short sprints, lunges, push ups, step ups, sit ups etc, and where possible, holding a pair of 3kg dumbells.

    Plus I play Twilight Hockey each week, 2 games of 30 mins pretty hard out stuff.



  • [quote name='Red Bull']
    started ages ago, and at the time I devised a sprint training routine that also doubled as an effective way of getting in shape for my weekly touch footy game, and was devastatingly effective at deleting my rather stubborn beer gut. When I first started, I was 100 kgs, and after some months (can't remember exactly how many), was down to a trim 93 kgs. Unfortunately, the running-intensive regime was also devastatingly hard on my knees, and I had to take a break.

    As a result, I ballooned back out to 100kg, though I've reigned this weight back now to 98kg in the last couple of weeks just by trying to avoid eating too much fatty stuff. I am still playing Monday night footy (duration 1 hr), and Wednesday night tennis (duration 1 hr 30 min), which is better than nothing. However, I need to get back into some form of (almost) daily activity, that doesn't rely so heavily on running. Feel free to throw suggestions at me.

    Bartman, well done on your continuing success.  👏 Your dedication to the cause is an inspiration to all fatbusters. 
    [/quote]

    Very early days for me Red Bull but the exercycle is easy on the joints...

    Ill 2nd that,great work Bart  👏



  • Starting weight 115

    Current weight 121

    Goal:  100



  • I find it quite intriguing that the person largely responsible for starting this whole fatbusters thingy has seemingly slinked off into the night to fondle his beloved Teddy to death, and hasn't been seen around these parts for months :nta

    Emma....anyone seen EmmaVeeJay?



  • Hmmmm... Well, I suppose I never wrote up here but have been fatbusting like crazy last couple of months.

    Starting weight.. 89kg
    End weigh... 86.6 kg

    Fat busted... FUCK ALL.

    pretty tough this losing weight gig.  Run 3-4 times a week,  been completely sans booze & eating health (ier) food.

    Rather demotivating.  But I shall continuer after blowing off some steam this after Sunday's half marathong.  Aim is sub 80kg.    Target completion is 30th in September.



  • On a long term mission to 78kgs. Started at around 85-86kgs a year ago, now around 81-82 and slowly working my way down.



  • [quote name='Donsteppa']
    On a long term mission to 78kgs. Started at around 85-86kgs a year ago, now around 81-82 and slowly working my way down.
    [/quote]

    You often hear your supposed to lose the weight at the same rate you put it on,which for me would be about 2 kg's a year....fark that!



  • [quote name='Donsteppa']
    On a long term mission to 78kgs. Started at around 85-86kgs a year ago, now around 81-82 and slowly working my way down.
    [/quote]

    What scares me about that, is you play in the front rowÂ

    Or have you given up rugby?



  • [quote name='team rebel']
    [quote name='Donsteppa']
    On a long term mission to 78kgs. Started at around 85-86kgs a year ago, now around 81-82 and slowly working my way down.
    [/quote]

    What scares me about that, is you play in the front rowÂ

    Or have you given up rugby?
    [/quote]

    I'm currently retired, although that could always change in future years!



  • Am still going.  Have lost 20kegs overall, but am looking for another 10.

    Too many distractions in the last 3 months to make downward progress but the spirit is still willing.



  • that's a bloody super effort Mark. 👏 Keep up the great work.



  • 2kg for me.



  • Well, at my peak the scales reported somewhere near 130kg 😕 That was about two years ago

    When I decided to make a genuine effort with bike and eating, I was 125kg :shifty:

    When I got on the scales this morning, they pointed at 112kg

    The goal is 100kg

    You could look at it as 13kg in total I suppose... But overall, it feels good to say 18kg :happy:



  • I started on Jan 1 so have been going 9 weeks

    Was 105.3 at the start and am now 92.8 a loss of 12.5 so far. Want to get off about 18 more



  • I have a different agenda - i.e. putting on weight for rugby.

    Start weight about 86-7kgs,

    Weight now is about 91.5kgs

    Aim is to get to about 94kgs for the beginning of next season.

    [b][color=red]4-5 kgs gain.[/color][/b]


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