Showing posts from June, 2010

My 6 Day Detox Drop Results

Hey Everyone, I am sorry it has taken me so long to post the before and after results.

My Before and After Measurements from my 6 Day Detox Drop.

Date: 6/21 After: 6/27

Neck: 17.5 inches/ After: 17.5 inches

Chest: 44 inches/ After: 42 inches

Biceps: 14 inches/ After: 14 inches

Forearms: 12 inches/ After: 10.5 inches

Wrist: 7.25 inches/ After: 7 inches

Waist: 44 inches/ After: 41 inches

Hips: 48 inches/ After: 44 inches

Thighs: 23.5 inches/ After: 23 inches

Calves: 16 inches/ After: 16 inches

Body Weight: 244 pounds/ After: 233 pounds

Now the even weirder thing is I have gained back 3 pounds since then, but I have lost 2 more inches from my waist. Go figure. I am wearing a pair of pants from when Damary and I were dating.

I am so glad I did the detox. I am using it as a metabolism jump start in a program I started right on this past Monday. The nicest part of the detox was I lost inches from the things I wanted to, but obviously I didn't lose the muscle I have been working on building for marath…

My hiatus from Blogging has ended.

OK so it has been a while since I have done a blog. Mostly, with the advent of Marathon Training, I haven’t had too much on my mind that hasn’t been pounded in the pavement with each step. That is probably the nicest side effect (yes even over the weight loss) of Marathon Training/Running on a regular basis. I usually listen to music during my runs during the week. But Saturdays are my endurance runs, and I don’t have any music, I just try and find my “compass north” mentally and focus on the world around me. Running at the crack of dawn, when there are few people, makes the world almost seem like it belongs to you, to conquer. Plus there is the less cars means less of a chance of me getting hit  I also enjoy the instant camaraderie of bicyclist and other runners out at that early time. Everyone waves, says Hi, in between breaths, and smiles. It’s like joining an instant Club, that seems to be exclusive, but all it takes is an alarm clock and some determination to join.

This p…