The 3rd Follow up Class

I’ve got a follow up class coming up on Wednesday and this will be the end of classroom sessions for the group that started after I finished mine.
The good news is you’ll still be loosing weight after the classes have ended, maybe not at the same rate as you first were as you’ll start to play around with the diet but it’ll still be coming off.
The bad news is this is probably the last time you’ll see the other members of the group if they’ve made it this far. Numbers for the follow up classes are a fraction of those that start the course. 
I think it is their loss. The followups virtually amount to personal tuition which in my opinion is priceless.
So make a note on your weight loss record, if you miss one its not likely that you’ll make it to another one IMHO. 

To be updated Wednesday.

Wednesday: It sounded like Andy,s class were having a good time from the corridor.
Four of us turned up for the follow class and after getting weighed part of the discussion revolved around this website and cycling.
Next came the priceless bit that I mentioned before, which was Rons reply to a question on exercise and weight training. It looks like I haven’t been doing the weights effectively along with a lot of others out there.
I’m six months into this programme and still benefiting from the course, tonight class has just confirmed it.

The weigh in:  93.4KG (14.7 Stone or 205.911 pounds) BMI 28.8  now dropped out of the Obese category. It’s been a memorable day.

The Broken Toy

Thought I would post a picture of the damage to the bike it’s not a pretty sight.

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I’ll add more to this when I feel up to it. What’s annoying me is I missed the rest of the ride which was going well up to this point.

Great news The Toy is repaired and back home. The mechanic at Quinns has done a fantastic job in repairing what I honestly thought was a terminal breakage of my pride and joy. 

Things were really bleak up Moel Famau, it was blowing a gale, there are no mobile phone signals up there and this was my hardest climb to date which ended 100 metres before the top of the pass, right on the steepest bit. Many thanks to Roy who stayed with me in what looked to be a very dark hour. It was an interesting ride down to Ruthin.