It's now been four months since Operation Rotund started. I've posted a couple of updates, but nothing since the wedding and honeymoon (read: lots of yummy, yummy food) or the reception (more yummy food) or since I started cycling to work daily.
There's been good progress. I am now below the weight I was . . .
→Read More: Health update, and it's looking good!
Maybe more to come depending on whether the 'what happens in Zurich, stays in Zurich,' adage will be adhered to; not there's many stories to tell, beyond having a great time.
One thing of note is just how healthy it was. My calorie burn graph for the past 7 days: . . .
→Read More: Stag weekend, part the first (and maybe last)
Metrics, metrics, metrics; it's all about the metrics. If there's a way of accurately recording it, I want to do it.
Last night, thanks to the help of the Lovely Jo, I took delivery of my Fitbit Ultra tracker. The setup took less than 5 minutes, and it was syncing with my computer and . . .
→Read More: Sleep, my pretty one
I have a set of Withings bathroom scales. They're great because I stand on them and within 20 seconds, my latest weight data – absolute, lean mass, fat mass and body fat % – is sent automatically to my profile page on their website.
The wise say you shouldn't weigh yourself every day, . . .
→Read More: Weight plateaus; measurements and fun
It's been a while since I started Operation Rotund.
Using the calorie counting facilities of MyFitnessPal has certainly been eye opening! As someone who'd regularly eat an entire box of Turkish Delight in one sitting, not to mention whole (family size) packs of Harribo on . . .
→Read More: Operation 'rotund' progress