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If they're as new as they appear, I think you did pretty well.
A 12-inch drop? That's gotta be three sigmas, no? Hard to believe that there's anywhere close to enough money that far out on the tails.
Bah. In a state of undress because that method unquestionably removes one source of variability from the process of tracking my weight.
I wear Calvin Kleins. I have an 8-inch drop and they are a bit loose on the bottom. I find them exceedingly comfortable. Anyway they aren't $70. I buy them in three-packs.
Sorry. I was sloppy. I will correct the post.
Out with the old, in with the, erm, recession. Though the brands are humble, all shirts are genuine. I was the only owner, and each is stain-free and shows little or no wear-- having lain on my shoulders about ten times each. The shirts have always been professionally laundered (by a good cleaner), never starched, and spend their off hours in a smoke free home. They will be shipped to you clean but I suck at packing so they may get wrinkled in the mail. I will provide...
Quote: Originally Posted by Prada_Ferragamo Eating less is not the solution. Eat smaller portions but more times/day will keep your metabolism high. Is there any evidence for this in anything remotely resembling a peer-reviewed journal?
Sold. Oh, bugger, sorry. If someone wants to tell me how to edit the first post so "Sold" is in the title, well, that would be nice.
Thanks for the measured response. 1. I'm 34, and probably a bit below 20%-- no access to fancy measurement equipment. 2. I've been lifting 2x/week pretty regularly for about 3 years (with a few intermissions). Workouts are not fancy--largely some combination of squat/bench/dead/military/chins/dips/pullups. 3. I'm at or just short of intermediate level on all exercises here. 4. In terms of quality, my diet isn't bad to begin with (Well, maybe it is-- it's just a softcore...
Quote: Originally Posted by JoeWoah About a year. Slow, gradual... but healthy and not too painful. Think lifestyle change rather than diet. It shouldn't feel like a sacrifice... it will at first, but as time goes on you realize you never needed all the crap you were eating before and can be quite happy without it. So, if you just don't buy snacks and junk food at all, you won't miss it much. That's 5 oz/week, or a deficit of 150 kcal/d--...
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