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Learning Maintenance: Levels
Wednesday, August 01, 2012      7 comments

I believe maintenance can be learned. I’ve been at this now for over two and half years, and I seem to be getting better at it. Here’s one way of looking at my progress, based on the number on the scale. See the bottom of this post for a link... Read more
SOULOFWELLNESS' insightful questions
Tuesday, July 31, 2012      9 comments

I've had a recent email exchange with SOULOFWELLNESS who had some questions about the steps I took to remove a lot of weight (body fat). I really like her questions, because they show that she is putting a lot of effort into understanding t... Read more
Talking about Maintenance, TODAY.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012      27 comments

Lots and lots of folks have been sending me kind words about the segment in which I appeared on the TODAY show this week. Thank you!!! http://www.sparkpeople.c
ndividual.asp?blog_id=4983177 ... Read more
BMI values are kind of meaningless between 18 and 30
Saturday, July 14, 2012      14 comments

There is a fun link floating around on the blogs here lately, where you can see how your BMI compares with the averages in other countries and globally overall. www.bbc.co.uk/news/healt
h-18770328 "You're most like s... Read more
Did I mention I like kayaking? LOL
Saturday, July 14, 2012      10 comments

Finally got a picture with my biggest boat (Wilderness Systems Tempest 165) and my smallest boat (Wavesport Project X 48) If they look like they're made of the same p... Read more
Road Food
Thursday, July 12, 2012      9 comments

My friend RUSSLANE ( http://wekeepitoff.com ) and I had a friendly debate a while back about road food. He claimed that Asian restaurants were a good choice. I disagreed and countered with grocery stores. I’ll let him make his c... Read more
Surfin' and Rollin' in Canada (video blog)
Sunday, July 08, 2012      7 comments

I just got back from a week of kayaking in Canada and no phone or internet access. It was AWESOME. Here's a link to the place: www.owl-mkc.ca/mkc It's on the Madawaska River near Barry's Bay in Ontario. My instruct... Read more
Clearing the monster out from under my bed
Monday, June 18, 2012      11 comments

Halfway through my first season kayaking I got a painful dose of reality about my abilities www.sparkpeople.com/mypa
al.asp?blog_id=3506672 The experience I had in 2010 was so traumatic - my ... Read more
Weight Maintenance Definitions, Revisited
Tuesday, June 12, 2012      9 comments

While Russ gets the http://wekeepitoff.com site back up and running, I'm going to repost my columns from there on my blog here so I can refer to them when I need to. Last year I wrote a column about the varying definitions o... Read more
The myth of zero-calorie foods
Tuesday, May 15, 2012      20 comments

Lots of things we eat are labeled as having zero calories. Some even use it for marketing, such as Splenda. It is interesting to note that while these items are low in calories, they are usually not devoid of them. The reason they are lab... Read more
Horsie Vacation!
Thursday, April 26, 2012      7 comments

I spent a few days this past week visiting my sister HAVASUROSE in Arizona where she helps out at a nearby Arabian horse farm. Every morning we'd get up and go out there by 6:30am to feed them breakfast, rake up the poop, groom, and exercis... Read more
A way to estimate changes in body composition using BIA numbers - get stronger and lighter
Friday, March 16, 2012      9 comments

A few months ago I wrote a post about how I estimate my total calorie burn given daily calorie intake and scale weight. www.sparkpeople.com/mypa
al.asp?blog_id=4636113 At the end of that po... Read more
New low weight after 2+ years of maintenance - still working on the internal aspect of me
Wednesday, March 14, 2012      16 comments

Well. That's different. It's what I saw on Monday morning when I weighed in. Yesterday morning it was 148.0 This morning it was 149.4 It looks like I ... Read more
Playing in the power plant wave (video blog)
Saturday, March 03, 2012      13 comments

The local coal-fired power plant on Cayuga Lake dumps the warm water back into the lake in a way that is super convenient for us white water boaters to play in. www.americanwhitewater.o
/10314 ... Read more
Returning to the scene of the accident (video blog)
Saturday, February 18, 2012      14 comments

11 months after a rotator cuff injury that took me out of my kayak for 6 months I have tried snowboarding again. I seem to remember how to turn, which is nice. My form isn't great, but that's not surprising, given that I was a beginner las... Read more

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