Responsibility 199, what is it?

Responsibility 199 is a belief; I believe that to be healthy and to increase my longevity I need to weigh 199 pounds or less...
Responsibility 199 is a need; I need to reduce my weight, reduce my percentage of body fat, and the elevated threat of disease my present condition presents...
Responsibility 199 is a mission; I recognize that achieving 199 will be a challenge, perhaps the hardest I have ever undertaken...
Responsibility 199 is a commitment; I acknowledge that I must commit to action, commit to change, commit to myself and those I love to achieve this mission, to increase my longevity...
Responsibility 199 is ME.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Day 169 - 48% Progress

How was your Saturday? Are you ready for Sunday?? I know I am, lets get on with it!

I am off to a good start on the October Go The Distance Challenge (for you tweeters hash tag #OctGTD); I've out in miles both yesterday and today.


It is weigh in day but before chatting up myself lets chat up others with a couple of shout outs...


I came to know Kelly this week via her post here. Actually I came to know her via Jack Sh*t's reply to her calling him out on his post here. Kelly is running a local 5K on Sunday, November 14, 2010 to benefit and raise awareness for prostate cancer. Her Dad was diagnosed with prostrate cancer back in May, so this is will be a very personal race for her. On that day I will get in 5k myself some how, some way, some where. Walk, jog, both; whatever under my own power. If you decide to join us please let Kelly know via her blog or twitter.


Aliana is on the cusp of OneDerland. She can't get any closer. Next week, she should be there. Follow along as she cracks that oh-so cool milestone.

Ok, weigh in details. Excellent week overall. So I hit the scale this a.m. hoping for not only my desired 1.5 pound weekly drop but2-3x that. Drum roll in your head if it helps, here it is...


Kicked to the curb are 48% of the pounds I need to kick.
Kicked all total is 58.5 pounds over twenty-four weeks; 2.5 of them this past week.
Today I weighed in at 261.5 pounds.
All together now - Oh Yeah...

Responsibility 199 - Gotta Do It!!

20 comments:

  1. Congrats on the nice loss, you are doing great.

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  2. Congrats on the loss you are doing wonderful..

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  3. OH YEAH!

    Woo Hoo again, Patrick!!

    Onward and Downward!!

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  4. OH YEAH as you like to say!!!!!!!!!!! Patrick, you are more than on your way!!!! Kick butt again this week!

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  5. Nice loss this week, Patrick. You are almost at 50%. Congrats!

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  6. Patrick
    I found your blog through Allan's. We are life-long friends, having grown up together. I am so impressed with all the success your blogger world is having. And, I love reading many of them.

    I see from your profile you live in Northern Illinois. Me too. Vernon Hills. I've been trying to convince Mr. Klein to bring the wife and come out for a visit. It's nice to know he has other friends out here.

    Good luck on your journey. Cheers.

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  7. Way to go on the great loss this week Patrick. I'm so proud of you, you have just done so terrific.

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  8. Almost to 50%! Great job Patrick. 58.5 pounds, WOW! Can I grab onto your coattails again for my WI on Wednesday? I'd be thrilled with a 2.5 loss--any time, Lord, okay??

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  9. Less of you!! Good for you!!!

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  10. woot woot!!! You're the man!!

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  11. Great job, Patrick! Doing lots of thumb exercises, now that you are Tweeting? :D

    I think October is going to be a fantastic month for you, my friend! Congratulations!

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  12. Patrick, thanks for the shout out! Your progress is just fantastic. WTG!

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  13. Way to go Patrick!!! And thank you so much for the mention!!! I am going to have to make you proud this FRIDAY!!! :)

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  14. 48% is amazing!! I love your graphic, it's great. Congratulations on all the hard work paying off. It's so totally worth it. Your commitment really inspires me.

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