Friday, February 12, 2010

80 is a good number

This February focus on weight/body composition seems to be working for me. I finally broke through the 80lb lost barrier (from my measured high) now with a total weight loss of 81.2 pounds. I had to chase away the poltergeist in the scale (the mere threat of an exorcism seemed to work). It has been a while but progress is, after all, progress.

I'm not done. I need to keep remembering that while 80 is a good number, 100 will be a better one. There are more than a few numbers in between though.

Back to work.

18 comments:

Jamoosh said...

Holy smokes - keep it up!

Lisa said...

yes, 80 is a VERY GOOD number!

Manderz said...

You got this!

Julie said...

That is aswesome!! You really are a rock star:) That scale poltergeist has nothing on you!! Good job and keep it up:)

Tri Mommy said...

Go you! That is awesome! Keep up the good work!

Mike said...

Well done, dude.
M

Vickie said...

You are making great progress! It is so hard sometimes to keep at it when progress, while it is progress, moves slowly at times. I'm betting the journey to 100 will be tough at times, but think of the rewards!

Tricia said...

great job!

GeorgiaSnail said...

That is so awesome, great job!

Amanda said...

Damn dude, that's awesome. seriously.

Big Clyde said...

Rock, this is awesome news. Thanks for the inspiration.

Al's CL Reviews said...

Awesome!

Alisa said...

Wow what an accomplishment! 80 is a fantastic number.

Runner Leana said...

80!!! That's awesome!!

Mark said...

Go hombre! I think as long as you always remember that you are not a man on a diet, but in fact, a man who has decided to make a lifestyle change, you will continue to lose the weight. Great work!

Carolina John said...

congrats joe! 80 lbs is serious progress. kelley only lost 85 lbs and people think that's amazing. so you keep rocking on. you'll keep turning heads along the way.

Missy said...

Wow, you rock, that's AMAZING. Truly. Shows ya what hard work and determination can do!

Philippe said...

Congrats! That's hard... been there...