It's a slow recovery. Standing, walking, breathing comfortably all take effort. My meds have been off and my BP is consistently low, which makes me lethargic. But I should get to be better than before, over time.
You're comparing Koop to Hugh Jackman?
Fasting like you're doing seems like it makes it much easier to bring the pounds back quickly when you eat again.
I'm only doing 2.5 - 3 miles on the treadmill and still can't get into the habit of getting on it more than once a week.
I hadn't quite pictured it as an actual comparison, but now that you mention it, it's a pretty funny image.You're comparing Koop to Hugh Jackman?
The older you get, the harder it is to keep things from getting out of control.Yea, right? How dare he compare me to some Australian criminal.
(Cause all Australians are British criminals.)
I'm not really fasting anymore. I haven't been for a long time now. I eat twice a day around 2 and 7. In the morning I drink a lot of water and coffee that fills me up and I try not to snack at all but if I do I go for a clementine or something healthy, but I never have any food after my night walk. It still feels like cheating cause if I don't eat from the start of my night walk, when I get back from the morning walk I am as light as I can possibly be before I weigh myself for the day.
And some good news, I bought my first XL shirt yesterday and it fits well! Down from 4X when I started. I also got a pair of basketball shorts in L. I first got And1 shorts and L was too big. I exchanged them for a Reebok L and they fit perfectly.
Dude, you're 6'4, 200. That's great. You don't need to be going crazy with walks like me.
Did 3.25 miles on the treadmill.