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Old 11-30-2011, 11:25 PM
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Did anybody else catch the Webinar this afternoon?

I thought everybody did a great job. I love the time Matt spent explaining "The Switch"...

My old, fat butt is actually thinking about ordering this.
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Old 11-30-2011, 11:50 PM
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Did anybody else catch the Webinar this afternoon?

I thought everybody did a great job. I love the time Matt spent explaining "The Switch"...

My old, fat butt is actually thinking about ordering this.
I did. Wish I had the 200 bucks than my fat butt would join you.
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Old 12-01-2011, 12:58 AM
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Did anybody else catch the Webinar this afternoon?

I thought everybody did a great job. I love the time Matt spent explaining "The Switch"...

My old, fat butt is actually thinking about ordering this.
Lynsey and I ordered this a couple of months ago. It's an incredible workout. I don't think you will be disappointed Chuck
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Old 12-01-2011, 02:21 PM
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what better way to get in shape than to punch stuff

I wanted to join a cage fitness gym but there wasn't one in my area. I got a heavy bag and started doing some of their exercises on my own. That with power station exercises and a fitness pal app on my phone for nutrition. Ive lost 45lbs, still 15 lbs from my target, but I'm not sure I'll reach my target. It seems that I may be replacing fat with muscle at this point, don't know. Ive been working hard and have only lost about 1 lb in the last 3 weeks.

I will be buying it.
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Old 12-01-2011, 03:25 PM
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that amount of weight loss is AWESOME! Don't get too discouraged. With weight loss it's easy to look at the here and now and forget the the big picture of what you have accomplished. One sneaky thing is that as you have lost 45 lbs, you now need about 500 calories per day less than you did before to maintain your weight. You are no longer feeding all those fat cells. So, you have to adjust your calories down as you lose the weight to keep losing. Not that that is any way easy.
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Old 12-01-2011, 04:58 PM
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what better way to get in shape than to punch stuff

I wanted to join a cage fitness gym but there wasn't one in my area. I got a heavy bag and started doing some of their exercises on my own. That with power station exercises and a fitness pal app on my phone for nutrition. Ive lost 45lbs, still 15 lbs from my target, but I'm not sure I'll reach my target. It seems that I may be replacing fat with muscle at this point, don't know. Ive been working hard and have only lost about 1 lb in the last 3 weeks.

I will be buying it.
great man. Matt says scales lie and to watch the mirror not the scale. If you look and feel good than you are doing great.
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Old 12-01-2011, 05:30 PM
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that amount of weight loss is AWESOME! Don't get too discouraged. With weight loss it's easy to look at the here and now and forget the the big picture of what you have accomplished. One sneaky thing is that as you have lost 45 lbs, you now need about 500 calories per day less than you did before to maintain your weight. You are no longer feeding all those fat cells. So, you have to adjust your calories down as you lose the weight to keep losing. Not that that is any way easy.
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great man. Matt says scales lie and to watch the mirror not the scale. If you look and feel good than you are doing great.
Thanks, I'm not at all discouraged. I guess what I meant, was more of I can feel and see muscle growth. The last 15lbs is not at all important to me as long as I can see myself getting stronger and gaining muscle.

I set my target based on my weight in my 20's. I was fit and weighted 195lbs. Now I can see myself getting close to that same fitness, but I'll probably weigh 200 to 205. I'm at 210 now.

I'm 6'2" tall (short stuff next to llama and ben)

Cage Fitness is good for weight loss, but its a good full body workout as well. Im looking forward to this home workout program.
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Old 12-01-2011, 05:34 PM
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Thanks, I'm not at all discouraged. I guess what I meant, was more of I can feel and see muscle growth. The last 15lbs is not at all important to me as long as I can see myself getting stronger and gaining muscle.

I set my target based on my weight in my 20's. I was fit and weighted 195lbs. Now I can see myself getting close to that same fitness, but I'll probably weigh 200 to 205. I'm at 210 now.

I'm 6'2" tall (short stuff next to llama and ben)

Cage Fitness is good for weight loss, but its a good full body workout as well. Im looking forward to this home workout program.
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Old 12-01-2011, 06:09 PM
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Thanks, I'm not at all discouraged. I guess what I meant, was more of I can feel and see muscle growth. The last 15lbs is not at all important to me as long as I can see myself getting stronger and gaining muscle.

I set my target based on my weight in my 20's. I was fit and weighted 195lbs. Now I can see myself getting close to that same fitness, but I'll probably weigh 200 to 205. I'm at 210 now.

I'm 6'2" tall (short stuff next to llama and ben)

Cage Fitness is good for weight loss, but its a good full body workout as well. Im looking forward to this home workout program.

I know how you feel. I am now 5' 11'' and 255lbs. My best shape was when I was a pro wrestler at 215, My lightest has been 185 but my wife said I looked sick. So I would like to get to 200. I got a grappling bag so I might just do the workout on it like you. good luck man
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Old 12-01-2011, 07:32 PM
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I wanted to join a cage fitness gym but there wasn't one in my area. I got a heavy bag and started doing some of their exercises on my own. That with power station exercises and a fitness pal app on my phone for nutrition. Ive lost 45lbs, still 15 lbs from my target, but I'm not sure I'll reach my target.
Wow, great job, Tennessean. Er, does anybody have a link for us lazy people?
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