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    I had that Bad Habit once...

    Yeah guys, I admit I use to smoke, no not that drug stuff just simple smoke. I remember when I was in school, smoking was considered a COOL habit. Having a cigeratte between you lips with couple of buttons of your shirt opened showing you chest bones with no meat on it was considered a COOL thing. I was cool kid before I realize that it was not that cool anyway. I never smoked more than a pack but still I considered my self a smoker.

    After smoking for 20 years, I start feeling /seeing the after effects of cigerattes. So, I decided to quit, I went to my doctor and he recommended ZYBAN (no this is not a ZYBAN AD.). I took that medicine for a month and saw the result. Today is exactly 2 years for me and I am still a none smoker and loving it and smelling lot better, breathing lot better. But there is one problem, when I was a smoker I was only 140 LBS with 38" chest and 30" waist, now it's otherway around, my chest is still 38" but gaining weight around my waist. I am already at 33" and still growing. Please help me, I have tried everthing, bought a bicycle and did it for 1/2 hrs everday, for 6 months, no result. Bought treadmill last year and I am walking/jogging for 1/2 hour everyday and still not result. I am still gaining weight, I am at 178lbs now.


    But Still I have a message for young KIDS, JUST SAY NO to smoking, it's not cool to smoke.

    #2
    Do people really gain weight after they quit smoking? is it a direct result of quitting or is it because they may start over eating or somfin to compensate.

    I have heard this many times but dunno if and why there is a correlation.

    Regards
    The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he did not exist. And like that... he is gone.

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      #3
      John...kiya hua hai tujhe aaj....har baat pe NO kiye ja raha hai....hahahaa

      CM

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        #4
        Good for you JohnD. Smoking stinks. I used to smoke occasionally with friends but never really developed it as a habit because I was an athlete and smoking is a no no when you run over a 100 miles a week. (I experimented with drugs in my youth and I am not proud of that either). In terms of your waist, 33 is not bad but you may wana get to 150- 160 range. Exercising is good, but running only for an hour is not enough. Try to gradually get upto doing 10 miles every other day.

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          #5
          john sahab

          aap ka qadd kitnay fit hai?
          yeh wazaan aur kamar ki batain toh saheeh hain magar they must correspond with the height.

          dard-e-kamar ho gaya aap ko?

          Nawazish Karam Shurkiya Meherbaani

          Qaum ka Qadim
          X-factor (aka Malang)

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            #6
            Abey Chann Ji, keya keh reya hay, abey NO nahin kahoon tu keya kahoon.

            NYA, Thanks, but I am affraid that by doing 10 miles every other day will probably damage my heart (Dil na tut jai). But I do need your input on the speed on walking. I usually keep the speed between 3.7 MPH to 4.4 MPH. is it too slow for a starter?, I will love to do 10 miles in a day but GODAY GITTAY KHURUK JAAN
            GAY. How do I increase the speed and mileage, let me know.

            X-Factor, let me see, how about 6'5".
            ooopppps wrong actually 5' 6"

            [This message has been edited by johnd (edited February 23, 2000).]

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