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    Quote Originally Posted by octarinedragon View Post
    OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT BMI TARGETS

    "Obese" becomes "Overweight" at 209 pounds.

    "Overweight" becomes "Normal" at 174 pounds.
    Guess I'm mildly overweight by those targets. LOL If you're planning on adding muscle mass, BMI goes out the window.
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    True, BMI does suck somewhat. Which is why I want to track measurements. Which is why I'm stopping by the hardware store today to get a good flexible tape measure.

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    Lunch meeting at a buffet. Late breakfast is a fruit bowl (apple and banana) so I'll be sensible, not starving. "Getting your money's worth" at a buffet is usually a bad idea.

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    Found pico at the buffet so that goes on chicken and broccoli pasta. Green beans with onions. Zucchini.

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    Kept myself to one salad plate at the buffet. Success! But the tape measure I want isn't at the hardware store. The Internet says Walmart or a fabric store. Off to find it.

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    Found the tape measures at Walmart by the fabric. They're made by Prym and measure 60 inches but they had a 120 inch one too. The small retractable one comes in a red case but it's VERY LOUD when it unspools. The regular quiet one should do a fine job. Measurements soon.

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    Into the oven goes an 1800 calorie pizza. DiGiorno Ultimate Supreme (Italian sausage, pepperoni, mushrooms, red onion, green & red peppers), added jalapenos, basil, oregano, and black pepper.

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    So the cardboard was still on the bottom. Oops. The good news is that I didn't burn the house down. The bad news is that the crust isn't cooked. Or is that a good thing? I spooned the toppings into a bowl and they taste great, so that's my meal. The crust is pretty thick too. Not sure how many calories I saved.

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    A little over half an hour of aerobic step watching my Mavericks. Gotta get some more paper pushing done before I crash. Waist at its biggest point and just after I eat is now 48 inches. More measurements later.

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    Great game last night! The scale says 224.8 pounds and 31.5% body fat.

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