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    Gay male in Australia, working on getting healthier
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  1. three79

    Hello Gay Sleevers

    Hi guys, I am two years out from surgery. Now down to 224lbs (I am 6'2) but finding that I am still 25% body fat. I've been working out for the last 8 weeks at the gym but I am now wanting to get more serious with training and tracking results. If anyone is in a similar position I would love to find some one to help keep each other accountable. Cheers!
  2. three79

    Hello Gay Sleevers

    Mr.Sean - Good luck for your surgery, I am sure it will go fine.
  3. three79

    Hello Gay Sleevers

    Well done Phillip, you won't regret it!
  4. three79

    Any other gay sleevers out there?

    Well done Rory, you wont look back!
  5. three79

    Any other gay sleevers out there?

    Well done Duane on being almost a week post op! The first couple of months were the hardest (in my opinion) because your body and your brain is adjusting to the new normal... but it’s all worth it :)
  6. I had no idea vegan jerky was a thing.... I've just hit up a few websites and may have slightly over-ordered. If anyone wants me I'll be outside sitting by the mailbox.
  7. three79

    Any other gay sleevers out there?

    Hey Scott, well done on your progress so far! As far as your question, I think the timing is right when you feel ready. I don't know if there is value in waiting - I was tempted to write some contrived comment about the right person seeing past whatever stage your journey is at.... but... yeah. I think when YOU feel ready, the time is right. Get out there and sleep your way to the top! (or you know, find someone to "go steady" with... whatever floats your boat) haha
  8. three79


    That's amazing ProfessorSlim, well done!
  9. three79

    How fast did weight start coming off?

    I guess it happens at different rates for different people - it’s not always easy to see others losing weight faster but I found that taking measurements helps (not all progress is shown on the scale). One thing I noticed is that I lose faster if I DONT work out! I know that doesn’t make sense, but it’s true... when I focus on walking long distances every day or going to the gym my weight loss slows to a snail pace, but when I avoid exercise but keep up my protein intake I seem to have the biggest loss weeks. Note: I’m using a digital scale to measure my body fat % and it seems the loss is mostly fat loss, so I don’t feel it’s (too much) muscle being lost. Though I’m starting with a personal trainer next week so I can focus on strength building from this point onwards. Good luck!
  10. three79


    Hi October Sleevers! I'm almost 4.5 months in, and so far so good! I am down around 110lbs and it's been smooth sailing so far. I've been eating a variety of food and doing a "reasonable" job at keeping up my fluids. A few days ago everything seemed to change... All of a sudden I have zero appetite, and when I do try and eat something (because I am keeping in mind that I need to fuel my body) it just sits VERY heavy and I get stomach cramps for the next couple of hours. This means for the last 3 days I have literally only eaten a few spoonfuls of food - after that I get stomach cramps for 2 hours then I feel fine again. I am not hungry and don't have any other complaints... But I am worried that suddenly I am not eating anything, and my attempts to eat are not going well. Has anyone experienced this? I searched the forums and the only other posts I could find about loss of appetite were from people immediately pre or post surgery. Or some others had it 3 months in but it was related to integestion and stomach acid issues... I don't believe that's what I am experiencing as I feel fine, just not hungry at all. Previous to the last few days I had a good appetite and was eating (and enjoying) three meals per day. Added: I am still able to drink fluids without any problems, so I am keeping my fluids up - I wish I could eat something though just so ensure I am getting some nutrients in. Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
  11. three79


    Well done! We have very similar starting stats so I am keen to see your progress
  12. three79


    Rainbow_Warrior that's amazing, well done! It sounds like your surgeon offers great support post surgery I hit a stall about 4 days ago, every day I wake up and hope to see some good news on the scale but so far no luck... I just hope it doesnt last for a month or more! I'll just keep on doing what I am doing and making sure I hit all my numbers (protein, water, exercise, etc)
  13. three79

    10k steps per day.... Join me?

    Well done on getting back on the wagon Tink, your numbers so far look amazing!
  14. three79


    I lost 30lbs in Nov, that's the most I have lost in one month. December was just under 20lbs. I am hoping for 15-20lbs in January. I have started using an app called Argus to track my daily steps (hitting 10,000 per day) and also tracking my food and water. I have never been one to track things like this before so it's taking some getting used to, but I am happy to see that I am hitting my numbers daily. My protein is about 100g per day.
  15. three79

    Anyone from Geelong?

    woo, more Aussies! I've been lurking around this forum for a few months now, it's an amazing source of information