Week 37: Weigh-in Results

33 Responses

  1. Big Dave says:

    While I know it my feel slow to you to lose a pound a week it really is a remarkable thing to consistently lose weight like this. Don’t get discouraged and keep going forward!

    We’re all watching you!

  2. Tyler says:

    That’s a little creepy, Dave. But I get it. I’m not discouraged at all. Thanks for the comment!

  3. Leah says:

    Way to keep a level head. You started on this journey for your health and your family – I’m glad that goal still holds true. 🙂 Keep up the great work. Plus, your daughter gets to see how amazing it is to work towards a goal. What a great dad.

  4. Matt says:

    Hey Tyler,

    When we gonna get an update on all the non-numeric benefits of the healthy lifestyle? You posted something like it after my request before, but I want an update.

    How are you sleeping. Has your work been affected positively? Do you feel your attitude has changed? etc etc etc

  5. I did the same thing you’re doing Tyler when my daughter was born, going from 310lbs to a 230lb powerlifter in a year. Every time I check in on you I get a warm fuzzy. Good job! 🙂

  6. bossymommy says:

    Another fantabulous week, T. You look maaahvelous, dahling. Can you believe that you’re down to 28 pounds to go? How fanflippintastic is THAT?

  7. Don says:

    In my own little mind/world, I am racing you. First one to lose 28 pounds wins!

  8. will says:

    Wow! Sincere thanks for mention this week (I hope my servers can handle the traffic you’ll generate!). You’ve also inspired me to get working on a new post, lol – I’m not as diligent as you.

    Your gaining on me! I’m sitting at 218.2 AGAIN this week. We’ve upped my calories to see if the increased running is causing me to store fat. Time will tell. You really are living proof that you can do it just as well (better?) as those of use who have the luxury of a trainer, and follow a regulated diet. I think the common denominator people who succeed share is the absolute commitment. I think we’d all agree a lot of this game plays out in our heads – thoughts and attitude have to be kept in check all the time to keep moving forward.

    Any week you lose is a good one, man! Can’t wait to see where you turn up next . . . (my advice? take the book deal when it comes!)

  9. Danielle says:

    Awesome work! I wish I could say I was doing as well… I’ve gotten out of the groove and I’m starting to fall behind. How do you keep yourself motivated when the junk food and lazy days come calling?

  10. Juncti says:

    After my weigh in yesterday didn’t go as expected, compounded with some other things I posted about this morning on my blog, I wound up “cheating” for lack of a better word last night for dinner.

    Then I woke up almost 1/2lb lighter today.

    So I think there’s something to be said for fitting in the occasional unhealthy meal to mix it up and keep your body guessing.

    You can’t argue with the results we see here weekly, and yet in the food posts you’ll see meals you wouldn’t normally expect someone on a diet to eat.

    Just shows there are many paths to take as we all try and lose weight, and Tyler found the one that has worked best for him. Now a lot of us are trying to follow.

  11. Tyler says:

    I can’t wait until my daughter is old enough and I can tell her about all of this.

  12. Tyler says:

    That’s definitely a good idea for a new blog post — I’ll start working on one today!

  13. Tyler says:

    I can’t believe it. Not one bit.

  14. Tyler says:

    Honestly, I don’t think a whole lot of people click on the links I put in my posts. I might be wrong, but don’t expect thousands of people 🙂

    I wish I were 218.2 pounds! I don’t think I’ll catch you, but we’ll see. We’re on a different game plan — I’ve been upping my calories for weeks and it’s time to lower them. My diet has been extremely clean this week, you’ll be proud.

    We’ll see about the book deal. You flatter too much.

  15. Tyler says:

    Let’s race. I’m game!

  16. Tyler says:

    That’s amazing. Any pictures up?

  17. Joe says:

    I feel like a broken record, but great job!

    I truly admire your dedication and focus. You really are an inspiration.

  18. kate says:

    The first thing you should do when you reach your goal is get a well-made, fitted suit. Or maybe that’s just my innter clotheswhore way of saying you rule.

  19. That’s great! I’m glad your message is getting out there because its a pretty rad message. 🙂

  20. Don says:

    Hey, I’ll weigh in and send you a pic then.

  21. Tyler says:

    Flattering, Joe, really.

  22. Tyler says:

    I had to buy a sports jacket for a couple of interviews — it fits a little tight now, but I’m sure it’ll be loose by the time I lose another 28 pounds.

    I’ll definitely be going clothes shopping.

  23. Tyler says:

    Thanks! I still read your blog almost daily, I just don’t get a whole lot of time these days to comment unfortunately 🙁 It’s sad how fast things are moving these days, but just know I am reading.

    Thanks for commenting again 🙂

  24. Tyler says:

    Thanks for cheering me on, Lisa! Nice blog.

  25. Holly says:

    Thank you for being the only sane contributor to the obesity post at casual kitchen!

  26. Jessie says:

    I have 28 pounds left to lose too, I am totally going to race you.

  27. Tyler says:

    Let’s do it.

  28. Tyler says:

    I like and respect all of the other contributors, but I just simply don’t agree with most of their viewpoints.

  29. Cassi says:

    I love reading your posts – they keep me motivated. I am at one of those points right now where I just want to EAT and I know I can’t let myself get crazy because I have already come so far. The whole guessing game tho drives me nuts… up your calories – you are not eating enough for how active you are.. oops maybe you upped them a little too much – or were you as active this week? AARRGGHHH!! I really really really want a BodyBugg…

    Keep truckin Tyler – you are doing so awesome!!
    Cassi

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