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5' 7" tall and 15st 7lb as of this morning bmi of 33.4 I think, which is really impressive as decided I need to lose some weight so cut down the sugar in my flask and tea at home and cut down on other sweet stuff and have gained 7lb in a fortnight :confused1:


Quit bread, spuds, and beer the weight will just fall off, IME.

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I'll have you know I was a lean, mean fighting machine at 77kg! Did a lot of taekwondo (the extra long reach without any weight to slow me down served me very well in sparring), but got sick of being mistaken for a drug addict and starting lifting weights to gain weight. Ended up enjoying that more so decided that strongman would be an interesting and novel way of giving myself long term injuries! :lol:




big j, i don't know how you can be so light at 6'8". you look stronger than i do in that photo and would have thought you would be nearer 20st.

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6ft 4in 13 stone 10 pounds


not heavy but heavy for me i am a climber but my tree work had dried up not climbed for 2 months would love to shed a stone as i feel better when i'm that light age 38

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5:11 and 11 3/4st and feel fat


Same size as me BMI of 23. I'm 63 next month and it's the heaviest I've ever been. I used to struggle to get over 9 stone till I reached my 40s.

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