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Plains Producer, Wednesday February 20, 2013
It’s simple – eat yourself skinny
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Plains Producer manager,
Andrew Manuel, is on a
weight loss campaign –
from flab to fab. His goal
is to lose 10 kilograms
in 10 weeks. Email him
IF over the last four weeks all I did
was exercise without altering my
diet, I wouldn’t have had nearly
the same success.
Success has come only with what
I have and haven’t consumed. Some-
one put it simply, eat yourself skinny.
I read in the Advertiser recently
Hugh Jackman’s personal trainer
wrote in his newly released book:
“If you did heaps of exercise, but
keep eating fatty foods, you’ll have
strong stomach muscles with lots of
fat on the outside.”
So since one of my main aims is
lose the spare tyre, I have to keep mak-
ing good food decisions. *Boring*
Mark Brownley’s gem of motiva-
tion is this: “Everyone who fails on di-
ets generally focuses on the sacrifices
they make instead of the benefits they
accumulate – so focus on the benefits,
not the sacrifice.” *Brilliant*
His second gem is: “Your stomach
doesn’t have taste buds. It can’t tell
the difference between broccoli and
bourbon.” Why did he have to go and
compare these two?
“Feed your gut, and not your gob.”
Balaklava swimming pool is hold-
ing its second triathlon on Sunday,
March 3. There are three different
levels depending on your fitness. For
some crazy reason I have registered.
Can someone please dial triple-zero?
Balaklava’s Eliza and Kingsley
Cottle have got the fitness bug and
have been competing in Triathlons
since their first at Balaklava last year.
Eliza has gone through a massive
transformation, having lost weight
(not that it was needed) and becom-
ing super fit.
It’s rude to ask a woman her
weight, but I asked anyway. Since I
don’t plan on dying anytime soon, I
can’t tell you. Thank goodness I en-
tered a different category to those two.
Ian Wilson, from Balco, is your
contact for pain 8862 0029, iwilson@
balco.com.au. But you better get
My total weight loss so far is 7.2kg.
I now weigh 102.6kg. In the Plains
Producer’s first column, I announced
my aim of 10kg, but eventually I hope
to lose 15 to reach the healthy weight
range for my BMI.
Hopefully, “upping the anti”
publicly will keep me motivated and
accountable. Speaking of being ac-
countable, my brother-in-law Mathew
Casey, from Rabobank in Clare, has
decided to join me. Hopefully he
doesn’t mind me telling the world.
On week one, I was advised to
choose a reward once I hit my goal.
I’ve decided to do a trek in the Flin-
ders Ranges for three days. I never
did outdoor education at school, so
this is my chance. Now’s the perfect
time to do it since I’m feeling fitter.
As the shoe company’s highly
recognised slogan urges – “Just do it.”
MORE than 100 former
residents of Mallala and sur-
rounding areas got together at
the annual Mallala and District
Reunion at St Helen’s Park,
Mallala resident, Paul An-
gus, said there was a lot of new
faces in attendance, with a new
generation coming through the
Mallala and District Reunion
Committee secretary, Beverley
Manning, confirmed 108 peo-
ple signed the guest register,
including five who travelled
from interstate to be at the event.
“I want to thank everyone
for making the effort to come
along,” Mrs Manning said.
The reunion will celebrate
its 60th anniversary next year,
on the second Sunday in Febru-
EFFIE Baker and Bruce Carter enjoy a chat.
CATCHING up on all the gossip
are (from left) Delia Vanzini,
Joan Earl, Kerry Heym and
RIGHT: Christine Mylius (nee
Hanold) and Edna Hanold.
PAUL Baker and Les Duhring
LEON and Tricia Broster
n PICTURES kindly supplied
by Carol Baker.
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