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  1. Hey guys, After running my first marathon a couple of years ago (and feeling amazing), I have to admit that whilst I kept the running up last year I got lazy with pushing myself. 2012 is all about getting back to a point when I can race competitively. I'm upping the ante with my running sessions, but I don't want to end up over-training so need to mix it up with some other sports / activities... which is something this girl has never been good at actually doing. So inspire me Reddit.... what do you do to mix things up with your training?https://100001.onl/ https://1921681254.mx/ htt
  2. Today I'm officially down 50 lbs! About a year ago I started a Keto diet and walking. Starting at 275 the weight came off pretty fast fast at first and I found it was pretty easy. I just cut out carbs, at mostly meat, and didn't worry about tracking much other than how much I was walking. Then I stalled around 5 months in when Covid hit. I was stuck at 237. Because of the initial Covid fear, I started using weights instead of walking, and my scale didn't move at all for those few months. Then I injured my back doing deadlifts incorrectly and was out ANOTHER few months. But then 3 1/2 mont
  3. After yo-yo-ing back and fourth between a very restrictive diet and just binging, I realized that weight loss should be a lifestyle. I’m pretty sure some people already know this, but I just wanted to share just in case. Instead of going on a diet, it’s better to change your current diet and maintain it rather than doing big changes for short term results. If you want to stay at your GW, you can’t go back to your original lifestyle. My advice: Start by changing one of two things. limiting portion size. This way you can still eat the foods
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