Week 47: Weigh-in Results

21 Responses

  1. Elle says:

    Just wondering where you go to find out the calories. I have no idea, and mostly eat homemade food…can you help me out?

  2. Steve says:

    Wow…thats amazing, especially at this point in the game. Congrats!

  3. Matt says:

    Tyler has a few here: https://344pounds.com/2009/03/restaurant-nutritional-data/

    Otherwise, you can usually find it at the restaurants home page.

  4. Jerilyn says:

    One-derland is a dream. I’m aiming for 190 by my birthday- June 11th. That would put me down 160 pounds in 17 months.

  5. bossymommy says:

    O-needer-land? Ohhhh. ONE-der-land. I get it. 🙂 (If you never saw “That Thing You Do,” that little joke holds no meaning for you. Nevermind.

    You had such a great week! I guess I know now why I’m missing your harassing emails…you’ve been busy losing poundage. You’re fan-flippin-tastic, T.

  6. Craig says:

    Congrats on the great loss Tyler, especially around the holidays! Good luck making it through dreaded Christmas week! 🙂

  7. Dan says:

    the easiest way to track calories if you have NEVER done it before is to check out http://www.fitday.com. initially it may take time to set up 1 portion of a certain recipe, but if you want to be really on the ball w/ caloric intake you can track it daily on that site for free. it will break down your daily protein/fat/carb intake as well as cals, as long as you are entering things reasonably accurately. i think most people who are true to the numbers they enter there find they are eating more than they think.

  8. kate says:

    Definitely back on track man!

  9. beej says:

    That’s so great! Awesome progress. Here’s to a 199 scale on Week 51!

  10. Tyler says:

    I search Google to find information on calories. I also typically only buy food that lists detailed nutritional information, including calories.

  11. Tyler says:

    It’s a pretty rare surge 130 pounds into it, you’re right!

  12. Tyler says:

    More than achievable — good luck!

  13. Tyler says:

    Yeah, you get it? I had to bold the one for you, I’m sure at first you were thinking “oh, he spelled wonderland wrong…” I just wanted to make sure people didn’t think I was stupid.

    After reading this blog though, that might be hard.

  14. Tyler says:

    I fear New Years more than I fear Christmas. New Years has too many parties, while Christmas just has a few family gatherings.

  15. Tyler says:

    For sure! I don’t expect to keep losing 3 pounds a week, but it’s certainly nice to see those kind of numbers again. I will be happy to keep losing 1.5+ pounds a week for the duration of the journey. That’s the goal.

  16. Tyler says:

    That’s just greedy. I’d have to keep losing 3+ pounds a week to hit that, which I don’t think is going to happen.

    Realistically, by February I should be at 199.

  17. Cory says:

    Nice, congrats!! I am finally back to running after my cancer treatments. I’m ready for more pounds to fall off…. I am woman hear me roar 😀
    I too let loose a little on the weekends, watch the calories a bit less. It works for me… very slowly, but it still comes off eventually.

  18. Charity says:

    My Weight Watchers leaders refers to them as “extended eating experiences.” We can come back though!

  19. Charity says:

    Oddly enough I usually make it through Thanksgiving and Christmas just fine. It’s once we get to January, there’s nothing fun to look forward to, and it’s just 3 long dark winter months ahead that I’ve historically petered out. But not this year, man.

  20. sean burkett says:

    One mile in under 10 minutes – 12/18. I am actually going to run tomorrow this way it will fit into my normal workout schedule. I am also hoping for the winter onederland, sitting at 207 right now.

  21. will says:

    Awesome progress, Tyler! It won’t be long until your 200’s are just a memory. I’m resigned to staying in my 220’s until my race is over, but come mid-January I’ll start a new program refocused on the weight loss. I can’t complain – Saturday I completed my longest run yet – 18 miles. You running on the streets yet?

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