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Old 11-30-2011, 11:04 AM   #47
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A nice idea

I've been trying to get myself back into shape as well. Let myself go a bit during the summer and fall and weighed 87 kg. I've always been a bit heavy for my height, I'm 180cm. In my army days everybody marvelled at how thin I was and my weight was actually 78 kg . Never been that thin in my adult life though. 87 kg is a bit too much however, so I'm now losing some. I'm down to just under 84 kg in a few weeks . My goal is to reach around 81-82 kg.

I've also stepped up and started to hit the gym again. A year or so back I was in the best muscular shape of my life but then I injured my wrist and stopped doing sports for a while. Now I'm back training again and slowly reaching top form again .

I hit the gym 3-4 times a week and play tennis 1-3 times during the week. I occasionally play badminton as well. I hate running long distance, so jogging is not for me. Thinking about starting to play basketball in a students' group, I used to play when I was younger.
Fun to read this at the moment.

I did drop the weight around 82, then summer came . Gained some of it back, then made a bet with a friend about weight training.

Now, after working out at the gym 5 times a week for two months and eating buffet lunches at work during my internship period, I've reached a healthy 88 kg . Gym results are going up very nicely as well, have been able to add weights 10-20kg depending on the exercise .
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