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Old Mon, Sep-03-18, 10:46
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Plan: Keto
Stats: 232.8/190/165 Male 5' 9"
Progress: 63%
Location: Florida
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This is a very motivational book. The doctor explains in laymen terms why your body requires daily exercise, and not the guidelines put out by the government. I am 71 and walking 5 miles a day at a 3 mph pace. I will get that up to 4 mph probably when I lose another 20 lbs. I will add biking, Yoga, Tai Chi and strength training as time goes by. I am retired now and have the time to do what I said I would do when I retired after 52 straight years of working.
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Old Mon, Sep-03-18, 14:12
Blue Ruby Blue Ruby is offline
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Stats: 200/170/160 Female 5'7"
Progress: 75%
Location: BC

Sounds like a great plan!
I agree that it is easier to take care of yourself, especially in terms of exercise, when not working.
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