That's great to hear although I don't understand this bit in your 1st sentence.
That's point I was making in the start of my post.
Basically people should just concentrate on a balanced diet, avoiding the negative things & exercising.
No so called 'diet' just good living.
About 90% of people who go of 'diets' pretty much put all the weight back on that they lost within 6 months!
nicholasjohn, thanks for your post. I read Protein Power years ago but will look for Body by Science.
Don't get me wrong, I mentioned I think you have done well.I was just explaining a way to drop weight ,not giving a life style, I to plan to keep myself in better shape after looking the extra pounds, I'm 69 and would still like to use 30 some years of sheep points here in colorado. Sorry if you didn't get the drift of the statement, take care.
Eating properly is the most important ingredient,as the saying goes you can’t out exercise a bad dieat.With that said read the ingredient labels and pick snacks without high fructose corn syrup & refined sugars. Many of the things we think maybe loaded with these ingredients. Add the exercise and you will be good to go. Have a great trip,Those of you who are serious about exercise and fitness help me out here. I need a reason to change my diet and preparing for a high country elk hunt seems like a good reason.
I’m about 25 lbs over weight and I’m getting close to 40. I’m planning on hunting elk in western WY this year, pending a tag, I hate waiting on the draw results... Anyway I suppose it would be a good idea to start getting in shape and preparing physically for the hunt. I started last week rowing and walking on the stair climber with a 30lb pack. It’s not the same as rucking in the mountains but it’s as close as I can get during lunch break, so It will have to do for now. When it warms up I’ll go outside and climb the hills near my house.
I have never been good at eating healthy. I have always compensated for my over eating by exercising more. However at this point in my life o don’t have time for that and it takes hours to work off what it takes seconds to eat.
What do those of you who eat healthy do to stay on track when no one else around you eats right?