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2021 August 1

Fifty-first weight progress report

This post is yet another weight progress report, continuing the previous one, part of a long series since I started in January 2015.

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My weight has dropped slightly during July, but I’ve still a long way to go. I’m hoping to get back in my “target range” within four months, but I’m not counting on it.

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The long-term trend is discouraging, but the short-term progress is good.

For July I’ve continued the paltry 1.13 miles/day that I had for May and June.  I did get in about 215k steps in July, well up from the 125k steps in June, but still under 7k steps a day. I need to up the exercise more, as I no longer have the bike commuting to provide baseline exercise. A big chunk of the steps comes from doing the “secret walks” once a week, though July 31 included a walk to the Audrey Stanley Grove (about 3.7 miles, since we took a Lyft to get home).

We went to see the play RII put on by Santa Cruz Shakespeare—it is a version of Shakespeare’s Richard II, reworked to be put on by only 3 actors. It was quite an impressive production—I recommend it to anyone who can get to Santa Cruz in the next month.  We’ve not see the other play (The Agitators) yet, but we’re looking forward to it, as we like both the actors in it.

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  1. […] post is yet another weight progress report, continuing the previous one, part of a long series since I started in January […]

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