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Old 12-24-2012, 06:01 AM   #21706
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Mini rant: why the hell is it so hard to loose fat and it is so easy to gain it back? Our bodies need a redesign, I say it's high time for Human 2.0.

Ah well...
Just so long as Microsoft doesn't design it... It would need an upgrade every year... But then, if Mac designed it, we'd have to PAY for the upgrade every year...

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Old 12-24-2012, 07:03 AM   #21707
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Dinner tonight will be a Chinese vegetable soup with tofu, and nothing special planned for Christmas Day foods. We'll probably just stop by for some sushi on one of our walks.
A nice dinner of sushi would suit me far better than turkey with trimmings, but I'd never get that past the YTEP*.

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Oh man, I've suspended the IF two Fridays ago (when we had our office Xmas lunch, I felt it was my social duty to join in the overeating and the tequila) and I've put on about 1.5 kg already.
So, by the 7th January, when I plan to have my next fast day, I expect 2-3 kg more.

Mini rant: why the hell is it so hard to loose fat and it is so easy to gain it back? Our bodies need a redesign, I say it's high time for Human 2.0.

Ah well...
It is depressing how quick the weight goes back on, I agree. I think I'm going to have abandon my two fast days this week, even so. There's so much food about the place, I feel I'm going to have to do my duty and help demolish at least some of it . I will be unhappy if I put as much as 3 kg back on tho'.

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Old 12-24-2012, 07:26 AM   #21708
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It is depressing how quick the weight goes back on, I agree. I think I'm going to have abandon my two fast days this week, even so. There's so much food about the place, I feel I'm going to have to do my duty and help demolish at least some of it . I will be unhappy if I put as much as 3 kg back on tho'.
Eat! Eat! Eat! Don't worry! I'll be taking off weight for both of you!
We took two long fast hill-climbing walks today, ran the stairs a few times, and did our in-house PT. We'll do the same tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow.... I have 2kg to lose in the next six days.... I realize that I'm not going to make it, but that's no reason not to try. I've never believed in giving up.


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Old 12-24-2012, 07:28 AM   #21709
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Eat! Eat! Eat! Don't worry! I'll be taking off weight for both of you!
We took two long fast hill-climbing walks today, ran the stairs a few times, and did our in-house PT. We'll do the same tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow.... I have 2kg to lose in the next six days.... I realize that I'm not going to make it, but that's no reason not to try. I've never believed in giving up.


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Whew! I lost 2 pounds just reading that.
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Old 12-24-2012, 09:12 AM   #21710
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Eat! Eat! Eat! Don't worry! I'll be taking off weight for both of you!
We took two long fast hill-climbing walks today, ran the stairs a few times, and did our in-house PT. We'll do the same tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow.... I have 2kg to lose in the next six days.... I realize that I'm not going to make it, but that's no reason not to try. I've never believed in giving up.


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Is the target for something specific, like the paragliding, or just, like Everest, because it's there?
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Old 12-24-2012, 09:28 AM   #21711
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Old 12-24-2012, 09:30 AM   #21712
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Old 12-24-2012, 09:53 AM   #21713
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Is the target for something specific, like the paragliding, or just, like Everest, because it's there?
It's what I weighed when I was teaching Fencing, Kung-fu, and Cross country skiing. Early 30's, no fat, strong muscle tone. Not a body builder body... more a swimmer's body. I could see my ribs and had definition in my abs. I could run an 18k ski race, fence in compitition for 12 hours straight (fencing is an endurance sport...) with just 5-10 minutes between bouts. I was in shape. So after reaching the 90kg goal that I had set for the paragliding school, and enjoying the fact that I was getting back into condition, I just picked the weight that I was at for many years when in my prime. That's why I'm not just dieting. I'm putting on muscle again, especially on my legs, and toning up my upper body as well.

Hopefully I'll continue to exercise after I reach my goal. Unfortunately there is no fencing going on here, and Kung-fu is too painful. But I will resume Tai Chi (which I taught for many years too) when we get back to Thailand. I don't care for the Tai Chi styles I see being practiced here. And there I can do a lot of jungle trekking as well. Hiking in Japan is 'different.' (Vending machines along the trails?)

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Old 12-24-2012, 10:24 AM   #21714
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Haha. Japan was a very different place when I visited. I remember seeing a vending machine that had the slogan on it "Nice day, nice smoking."

Coming from a country that puts pictures of lung cancer victims and diseased tissues on cigarette packages it was weird.
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It's what I weighed when I was teaching Fencing, Kung-fu, and Cross country skiing. Early 30's, no fat, strong muscle tone. Not a body builder body... more a swimmer's body. I could see my ribs and had definition in my abs. I could run an 18k ski race, fence in compitition for 12 hours straight (fencing is an endurance sport...) with just 5-10 minutes between bouts. I was in shape. So after reaching the 90kg goal that I had set for the paragliding school, and enjoying the fact that I was getting back into condition, I just picked the weight that I was at for many years when in my prime. That's why I'm not just dieting. I'm putting on muscle again, especially on my legs, and toning up my upper body as well.

Hopefully I'll continue to exercise after I reach my goal. Unfortunately there is no fencing going on here, and Kung-fu is too painful. But I will resume Tai Chi (which I taught for many years too) when we get back to Thailand. I don't care for the Tai Chi styles I see being practiced here. And there I can do a lot of jungle trekking as well. Hiking in Japan is 'different.' (Vending machines along the trails?)

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Old 12-24-2012, 05:31 PM   #21716
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Fear gets a bad rap, just because it's uncomfortable. Fear is good, it’s what keeps me from stepping in front of a speeding bus; I’m afraid it might hurt.
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Haha. Japan was a very different place when I visited. I remember seeing a vending machine that had the slogan on it "Nice day, nice smoking." Coming from a country that puts pictures of lung cancer victims and diseased tissues on cigarette packages it was weird.
Japan is the strangest culture I have ever experienced. I've been all over the world, in places few have ever seen, in cultures that still practiced animal sacrifices, ate bat brains, and sold their children, but I've never experienced one as weird as Japan. A vending machine that had the slogan on it "Nice day, nice smoking," might seem a bit odd, just as big signs you see outside Thai restaurants that say 'Clean Food,' but vending machines that sell dirty schoolgirl underwear (signed by the wearer...) street-corner vending machines that sell beer and whiskey, company workers who will only take 3 of their approved 5 days off because they feel they have to 'help' support their company, supermarket employees who turn and bow to the market when they are exiting the floor going into the stockroom, a special day of the year for disposing of sewing needles, the list goes on and on...

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The best piece in all the dune books.
Hurbert said he based the idea for the Bene-Gesserit mental powers on the 'Silva Method of Mental Development.' As a Silva graduate and ex-lecturer, while he did 'expand' quite a bit, you'd be amazed at the similarities...

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Eggnog. There is just something about the name that.. that... I don't know?
But all kidding aside, the only thing I haven't tried is being black. I remember reading the book 'Black Like Me' when it came out. A non-fiction account of the writer's experience with medically darkening his skin, then moving to some Southern states to experience life from the Negro point of view in the early 60's. I always wondered what that would be like... until I came to Japan 25 years ago and began life as a looked-down-upon minority. People would move away from a Westerner on a train in those days.. which was actually sort of nice 'cuz I got to sit down more. Sometimes small children would come over to touch the hair on my arms in amazement. But often being completely ignored by sales staff in stores, not permitted into public baths (signs outside saying "No Foreigners Permitted,") gave me enough of an idea so I lost my desire to do the medical treatments. Fortunately, things changed in Japan for Westerners faster than they did for the Negro in America, and today I see very little of it remaining, although some stranger will want to touch my beard at least once a month...

Thanks to the lessons I learned in that Silva Method series, I've been able to go just about everywhere, and do just about every thing that ever came into my mind. You could say that the 'Bene-Gesserit' training gave me the tools to grow from un-educated biker trash in a rural New England town into a world-traveling university professor/turned photo-journalist experiencing everything life has to offer. I was fortunate. I still am.


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