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Jan 01, 2004 11:02 pm re: re: re: Goals and new year's resolutions
Ronald Hunter
Oh boy!!! My highest weight was 550 pounds. I got down to 350 and stayed there most of my adult life. I had a stroke in 1995 and lost my kidneys in 1998. Went down to 290 after that point. I have been on weight watchers on and off most of my life. Plugging along at it again. My hernias came from peritoneal dialysis which also came close to killing me. I am down to 264 pounds at this time. It comes off very slow and has to be that way. I have to be careful to only lose fat and not muscle. My walking is very poor because of the stroke and kidney failure. Probably more than you wanted to know but thats the skinny and fat of it. LOL Ron By the way, My daughter has my weight problem. She is 18 and weighs close to 500 pounds. I weighed a little more than her at 18. > Eric Sohn wrote: >

So, how are you going to do that, Ron? Have you already been losing weight? If so, how much have you lost (if you don't mind mentioning it) and how long did it take? Also, are there any other things you can do to reach your goal faster?


Another important thing that happens in coaching sessions is identifying and removing barriers to success. So, here are my questions to you, Ron:

  • What might happen that would get in the way of you reaching your goal?
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  • If one of those things happens, what will you do to adjust and continue to make progress?
  • >

Coach Eric


>> Ronald Hunter wrote: >

> I need to lose 30 more pounds to get my hernias fixed and then get my kidney transplant.

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