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Ignore and carry on my happy way 1 2.94%
Heed the advice and take on some power yoga 13 38.24%
File for divorce 1 2.94%
File for divorce and sue for emotional distress 11 32.35%
Other 8 23.53%
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Old 23.05.2016, 18:56
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My wife told me I should lose 10 kilos this year.

Only another 13 to go.


(how to burn fat in time for the swimsuit competition)

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Old 23.05.2016, 20:00
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Indeed, otherwise I would have added a Harley to the stable!

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We'll check your stable in a couple of years again then.
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Old 23.05.2016, 20:06
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We'll check your stable in a couple of years again then.
Yes, but then it'll be "retiree crisis".

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Old 23.05.2016, 20:17
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Yes, but then it'll be "retiree crisis".

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still no excuse for a Harley
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Old 23.05.2016, 20:34
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still no excuse for a Harley
I rather like my friend's Harley:



(we've been friends since just after I moved here in '86)

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Old 23.05.2016, 20:42
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I rather like my friend's Harley:

(we've been friends since just after I moved here in '86)

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I'd rather see a picture of your Moto Guzzi - but we're turning this into a bike thread .... or is that Harley your friends crutch to get through his midlife-crisis?
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Old 23.05.2016, 20:59
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Yes, but then it'll be "retiree crisis".

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Well guys, personally I find that the menopause crisis can carry its own

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Old 23.05.2016, 21:05
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Well guys, personally I find that the menopause crisis can carry its own

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Old 23.05.2016, 22:37
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Re: Emotional distress - what to do?

Don't forget, if you manage to get rid of the gut, your moobs will stand out more.

Vicious circle...!!
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Old 23.05.2016, 22:59
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Re: Emotional distress - what to do?

the specialists say its only 30% about the exercise and 70% your diet... I made some adjustments to reduce my calorie intake and switched from beers to rum.
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Old 24.05.2016, 11:47
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I rather like my friend's Harley:



(we've been friends since just after I moved here in '86)

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Just think what he could do on some proper racing tyres! (With those things, he's lucky he's getting round the corner at all!)
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Old 24.05.2016, 13:05
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Re: Emotional distress - what to do?

Are you actually thinking about doing something about it, or only interested in witty replies from your resident EF comedians?
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Old 24.05.2016, 13:37
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Are you actually thinking about doing something about it, or only interested in witty replies from your resident EF comedians?
And why does it matter?
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Old 24.05.2016, 13:55
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Are you actually thinking about doing something about it, or only interested in witty replies from your resident EF comedians?
I think he's looking for witty answers as on previous threads, I seem to recall he said he was a professional in the field of nutritional science (or similar).
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Old 24.05.2016, 15:12
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I think he's looking for witty answers as on previous threads, I seem to recall he said he was a professional in the field of nutritional science (or similar).
I know plenty of oncologists who smoke.
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Old 24.05.2016, 18:14
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Re: Emotional distress - what to do?

I saw a T Shirt that said.... "Running... Cheaper than therapy"

perhaps something for you.
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Old 24.05.2016, 18:40
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How would a tshirt help? Should be buy one that's currently too small?
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Old 25.05.2016, 17:14
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Are you actually thinking about doing something about it, or only interested in witty replies from your resident EF comedians?
I've been thinking about doing something about it for a while. The thinking's the easy part...

TBH I'm not sure why you think the two parts of your question are mutually exclusive.
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Old 26.05.2016, 11:51
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Re: Emotional distress - what to do?

True enough. I had a similar situation when I hit your age, and I also did something about it!

Simples.

I'd recommend the Greifenseelauf for you in September.... plenty of time to train, 21km around the pond, not very competitive, ten thousand entrants, lots of atmosphere... might help you shift a few kg.

Failing that, look up Vita Parc Cour's ... those exercise regimes you find in the forest, takes but an hour and a good way to combine fitness and a bit of outdoors.
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I've been thinking about doing something about it for a while. The thinking's the easy part...
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You can't lose weight by running.

I'm a sample size of one but this is what I have found:

I don't eat more even after a four hour hill run.
I don't lose weight either running.
I can lose weight when I don't eat (when I am ill, for example).

If you want to lose weight, you need to eat more healthily, get out of any snacking habits and if you drink a lot, drink less.

However, running, or any other aerobic exercise is great for the mind*, the body and the soul and gives you an immense sense of well-being.

*new evidence has shown that physical exercise is good for the long-term health of the brain.

Lots of people who have never run recommend the 0 to 5K plan to start running (like most things that actually work, it's free).
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