Ryan Duncan

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  1. This has happened with almost no work, when I was younger my metabolism was amazing, but then I got lazy I suppose. Just knocking out the fast food and soft drinks is mostly where the weight loss is coming from. I'm fairly active day to day, so I was kinda "maintaining."
  2. Sounds good. I'm amazed at how fast the weight is dropping though. Down to 203 as of this morning.
  3. I'll start going with the fake sugars, or trying to substitute that 2nd and 3rd cups of coffee with milk, water, or juice of some sort. I'm truly ignorant when it comes to what's good for you and what's not. For breakfast, I'd prefer to just have some buttered toast, but I'm sure the butter is bad for me as well.
  4. Alright Ki46, see what you can help me with: I gave up fast food and soft drinks for Lent, and have dropped from 216 lbs to 205 lbs since then. I've since decided to start exercising as well. I've NEVER been one to run, and probably haven't run a mile in close to 10 years. So yesterday I jogged/walked/ran 3 miles in 41:10(just under 14 minutes per). Not good, but moving. Today I jogged/walked/ran 2 miles in 25:45(just under 13 minutes per). I'm also doing crunches, and starting to do pushups. I don't have any weights at the house, and I don't have the time to get a gym membership. This isn't nearly enough time to see results, but where should I go from here? As far as my diet goes, like I said, no fast food, no softdrinks, I mostly drink coffee(milk and sugar), water, and occasionally tea. I'll eat 1-2 meals a day, either sandwiches at lunch, or no lunch at all, and then I'll have supper. I know the diet needs to be fixed as well, but on the exercise aspect, what else can I mix in? When the weather warms up a bit, I'll be able to laps in the pool, but this is about all I have to my use right now.