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    #82/100 - one big dragon

    Nov. 13, 2010 Toobin' @ 235lbs.

    That's some belly. Ridiculous.
    Photo courtesy of my friend Elizabeth Kreutz ( elizabethkreutz.com )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toobin' Tobin View Post
    Nov. 13, 2010 Toobin' @ 235lbs.

    That's some belly. Ridiculous.
    Photo courtesy of my friend Elizabeth Kreutz ( elizabethkreutz.com )
    Agreed - I don't think I'm ever getting to your goal but I'm down to 215 right now...

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    Tobin, whatever your goal weight is you can do it.

    I weighed in at a high of 230 in January and I'm sitting around 207-210 range now. I'm striving for below 200 initially, then I'll try for my "Iraq weight" of 175ish.

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    Don't make me slap you around Tobin... I'm the fat guy around here... got it?

    March 2010 I hit the scales @ a mind numbing 201#'s
    March 2011 I'm sitting @ 186#'s

    My goal is 150#'s... feels like I'll never get there, but I just have to stay the course.

    Tobin, what are your goals?

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    at least you can see it. Other mojos are in the land of de nile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fat bob View Post
    Tobin, what are your goals?
    To be at a point where I do not breath much oxygen for less than 12 hours straight.

    ArmySlowRider, Hammer, Charlie & Zee thanks for the encouragement.

    Nov. 19, 2010 – Jen & I both came to a crossroad (of sorts) where we both made a decision to start doing things to challenge ourselves & try to seek out different experiences in our lives. We both thought we had become somewhat complacent both individually and as a couple and while not tremendously unhappy, felt compelled to change & be different. New adventures, experiences and CHANGE are always good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Z View Post
    at least you can see it. Other mojos are in the land of de nile.
    I don't deny it, I like beer way too much... Cheesecake also. While I never do both at the same time they do make it extremely difficult to lose weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toobin' Tobin View Post
    To be at a point where I do not breath much oxygen for less than 12 hours straight.

    ArmySlowRider, Hammer, Charlie & Zee thanks for the encouragement.

    Nov. 19, 2010 – Jen & I both came to a crossroad (of sorts) where we both made a decision to start doing things to challenge ourselves & try to seek out different experiences in our lives. We both thought we had become somewhat complacent both individually and as a couple and while not tremendously unhappy, felt compelled to change & be different. New adventures, experiences and CHANGE are always good.
    You guys rock, I see great changes in both of you physically. How cool is that to do it as a couple.
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    Nov. 24 – I had put my name in the hat for the LV 100 for the past two years and decided to do it again. I was 235 lbs. , the heaviest I had ever been in my life and needed a big goal to help me start unloading some weight. For the past 10 years, I’ve drifted away from racing and instead working events and for lack of better term had “let myself go”. I was fat and unhealthy as well, unhappy with my riding. I was not riding my bicycle enough and when I did, was usually bummed out that I did not have all of the fitness that I once had and coupled with that was not able to be as good of a technical rider as I would like to be.

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    congrats hommie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toobin' Tobin View Post
    Nov. 24 – I had put my name in the hat for the LV 100 for the past two years and decided to do it again. I was 235 lbs. , the heaviest I had ever been in my life and needed a big goal to help me start unloading some weight. For the past 10 years, I’ve drifted away from racing and instead working events and for lack of better term had “let myself go”. I was fat and unhealthy as well, unhappy with my riding. I was not riding my bicycle enough and when I did, was usually bummed out that I did not have all of the fitness that I once had and coupled with that was not able to be as good of a technical rider as I would like to be.
    I think I see where this is going.... and wow, that is awesomeness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toobin' Tobin View Post
    Nov. 24 – I had put my name in the hat for the LV 100 for the past two years and decided to do it again. I was 235 lbs. , the heaviest I had ever been in my life and needed a big goal to help me start unloading some weight. For the past 10 years, I’ve drifted away from racing and instead working events and for lack of better term had “let myself go”. I was fat and unhealthy as well, unhappy with my riding. I was not riding my bicycle enough and when I did, was usually bummed out that I did not have all of the fitness that I once had and coupled with that was not able to be as good of a technical rider as I would like to be.
    I'm there at this point. 198 and flirting with 200; and in a funk since XMas in terms of riding.

    So I'm in for either Wilderness 101 or SM100 later this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPS View Post
    So I'm in for either Wilderness 101 or SM100 later this year.

    Done them both.

    Love them both!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob View Post
    I don't deny it, I like beer way too much... Cheesecake also. While I never do both at the same time they do make it extremely difficult to lose weight.
    They are awesome together. Specially if it is a dark beer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BernieH View Post
    They are awesome together. Specially if it is a dark beer.


    "What is up with your Rock and Roll attitude?"
    I'm pretty sure burratti could conjure up a cheesecake with beer in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toobin' Tobin View Post
    To be at a point where I do not breath much oxygen for less than 12 hours straight.

    ArmySlowRider, Hammer, Charlie & Zee thanks for the encouragement.

    Nov. 19, 2010 – Jen & I both came to a crossroad (of sorts) where we both made a decision to start doing things to challenge ourselves & try to seek out different experiences in our lives. We both thought we had become somewhat complacent both individually and as a couple and while not tremendously unhappy, felt compelled to change & be different. New adventures, experiences and CHANGE are always good.
    You know I have to say it....your daily allowance of meat should be AT MOST the size of a deck of cards TOTAL (not for breakfast!). Any more than that and your body just can't process the protien, but good lord it can sure absorb the fat and nasty steroids and antibiotics they feed the cows and pigs. So pass the plate size steak, eat the meat (if you must) with an even larger portion of veggies, and switch a few more meals to chicken fish and tofu. Instead of a burger- a turkey sandwich....etc. Cut down or eliminate your fattiest meals.

    You once gave up the tortillas (salt, white flour and lard, a useless combo) did you give up on that?

    that salmon you made at Flat Rock was great!

    Don't be one of these people who just accept getting fatter and fatter every year....you can do it!
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    Poultry is the most vilely deranged and modified animal on the planet.
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    being male, middle class and white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Z View Post
    You know I have to say it....your daily allowance of meat should be AT MOST the size of a deck of cards TOTAL (not for breakfast!). Any more than that and your body just can't process the protien, but good lord it can sure absorb the fat and nasty steroids and antibiotics they feed the cows and pigs. So pass the plate size steak, eat the meat (if you must) with an even larger portion of veggies, and switch a few more meals to chicken fish and tofu. Instead of a burger- a turkey sandwich....etc. Cut down or eliminate your fattiest meals.

    You once gave up the tortillas (salt, white flour and lard, a useless combo) did you give up on that?

    that salmon you made at Flat Rock was great!

    Don't be one of these people who just accept getting fatter and fatter every year....you can do it!
    The corn tortillas are much healthier, go find a place that cooks them fresh, not the HEB week old stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Toninator View Post
    Poultry is the most vilely deranged and modified animal on the planet.
    hens are ok...but cocks do the strangest things.
    "It's all fun and games 'til someone gets a penis in the eye"
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    Ligustrum must die.

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