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  1. KellieD says:

    Find Motivation to lose weight
    Beating a Weight Loss Plateau
    Guide to losing pounds

  2. Kristi says:

    Thanks for posting these. I found you late in the game (about a month ago) so some of them were new to me.

  3. Jerry says:

    Becoming a Different Person
    Beating a Weight Loss Plateau
    Find Motivation to Lose Weight

    Those three are key man. I would make sure those are up top because as a big person, those were what people need to see. I hit my first plateau shortly after starting to read your blog – nd that was over 75lbs. ago. I could find tons of info on the net, but it was all from people who were 100lb. bean poles. People need to see you before and after, and you give good info.

  4. Tahra says:

    I think the weeks that you gained back weight and how you dealt with the gain are important.I enjoy the workout lists and pledge posts too.

  5. Casey says:

    Dude this is the internet, if they can’t find it in under 5 seconds they will email you. Maybe you should create a FAQ right next to “* Home * About * Progress Chart * Pictures * Contact”

  6. Frank Dobner says:

    Hey Tyler,

    I think the one thing that people would like to see is what is Tyler’s silver bullet . What is the single thing that has made your weight loss work for you.

  7. Tina says:

    Guide to loosing Pounds
    Becoming A Different Person
    Week 1 Weigh In results

    I’m a Daddy 🙂 awwww

    I have been reading your blog for a couple months, and a lot of these were new to me. They are all good, but these are the ones that really stood out to me, and other new readers would definitely want to see.
    You’re awesome, and so is your blog!

  8. nuqotw says:

    Tyler,

    Actually, there is a category that I think is notably absent – maintaining a stable weight. Right now, you are still losing, but it seems that your progress towards 194 is somewhat hampered by a “clean” vs. “cheat” mentality. Also, it’s not clear what’s going to happen once you do hit 194. You can’t stay in weight loss mode, but you’ve been there for so long, how will you know when you are in stable weight mode?

    As you said when you started this blog, it’s not about eating rabbit food to the exclusion of everything else – it’s about a healthy lifestyle. How do you envision maintaining a stable, healthy weight? Have you talked to anyone who has maintained a stable, healthy weight after a substantial loss? What kind of workout / eating / lifestyle habits does that person have? I would love to see a post about a plan for staying healthy after you hit your goal weight. (Of course, your little girl must be getting to the stage where she can climb everything – that’ll keep you busy.)

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