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Thread: That little extra weight

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    Question That little extra weight

    This may be an odd thread, but I am curious.

    I just got back into the scene after a few years break. During that time, as I approached middle age, I put on some extra pounds, where I developed that special curve around the middle of my body (among other places).

    Has anyone ever found that to be a problem with the ladies they have met in the escort scene. I know that we are all paying for a service and the fantasy that a woman will like you no matter what, but we are only human.

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    CF: You have to remember too that during your 30's, your metablosim slows down quite a bit, and even similar levels of eating as you did 10 years ago will result in additional pounds. You can only keep your youthful figure by either cutting down on calories or by adding exercise to use up the extra you are putting on.

    25 pounds is about 90,000 extra calories, from what I remember. Take the time it took you to put it on, and you will know what you need to do. If it took 2 years, you need to remove 90,000/365/2 calories from your daily diet (about 125 calories) to stay stable, and need to remove that many more to catch it back at the same speed.

    Realistically, if you work out for 30 minutes a day, burning off 200 or so calories, and decrease your intake by about the same, you should catch most of this up within a year - and you will see quite an improvement in the first 90 days.

    Good luck - don't let it get away from ya... :-)

    Your mileage may vary... mine did!

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    Re: Waist size

    Originally posted by chercherfemmes
    I was always a 32" waist until about 2 years ago when my job got a lot more intense. Since then I've added 25 lbs and 2 inches (not down there, around my waist). On the positive side, my salary has doubled over that time. However, I can't let things remain as they are - extra weight around the mid-section puts men at much higher levels of risk for heart disease and other nasty problems. Since I'm in my 30s, I have to worry about this too. Also the extra weight inhibits my ability to go flying down a mountain and off small cliffs on my snowboard with my hair on fire...
    I sympatize, same thing occured to me. I used to work out and do lots of exercize, then my job got more intense and so did the rewards but the exercize time dropped. I lost 10 pounds and gained 3 inches...Since then my job has been like a yoyo up and down so has my exercise time and waist/weight. I am getting really tired of this. I am not and never was anywhere near fat, but i don't like the extra fat around the middle.
    If it makes you can't be that bad.

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