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Topic - UKC Fat Club Week 8

AndrewW - on 23 Feb 2014
AKA UKC Curry Club.

UKC Fat Club is not a substitute for giving up pies and beer but to use in addition to such self denial as a motivational tool for all.

This training article by Dave Macleod includes a section on dietary advice from a climber's point of view:

A new thread is posted each week on Sunday for anyone to jot down their previous week's sins, noting goals, successes and failures and to swap ideas.

Anyone interested in starting is very welcome but you should aim to post each week, every week, however little or much you have eaten.
By making such a regular public record of your activities and by restating your goals every week this will hopefully
improve your eating habits to help achieve your weight loss/maintenance goals whatever the level of your current blobbiness.

Link to last week's (7) thread:

Apologies to UKC Fit Club for the shameful plagiarism in this thread!
Choss: Weather to get out or not is the question. Booze still good, grub and ciggies the same. Is just cutting out alcohol not shifting the weight, or is it being replaced by food?
practicallypixie: Good with exercising, not so good food.
Ciderslider : More bouldering beasting (nice). Not so good food and drinkies. Puffin curries? Really?
waterbaby: Not feeling so well. Hope the cough and stuff is better now.
Exile: still back on the track.
Fatclimber: Another 1kg down. 5kg altogether, so pretty good I think.
Sleepy_trucker: A new convert. Welcome! Just wants to lose about a half stone. Don't worry about no partner - bouldering is the best training!
AndrewW: Forgot to post (doh). Anyway, lost a pound.

That's it.
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