Weighing-in on Wednesdays for #HealthyMe

Brian Bell

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Kyle Hall, weighing himself this morning — #HealthyMe
As members of the #HealthyMe team, my colleague Kyle Hall and I share very different health goals: he’s bulking up, gaining muscle weight and I’m trying to lose weight, but we’re both trying to reach 190 pounds. So we’ve picked Wednesday morning as a consistent day and time to weigh-in.
Kyle Hall, weighing himself this morning.
Kyle Hall's scale, balancing at 169.5 pounds for #WeighInWeds at #HealthyMe.
Kyle Hall’s scale, balancing at 169.5 pounds.
After a fierce 10 sets of weight-lifting the night before, Kyle turned in a weigh-in of 169.5 pounds this morning.
Brian Bell, weighing himself this morning, for #WeighInWeds at #HealthyMe
Brian Bell, weighing himself this morning.
The scale balancing at about 214 pounds for Brian Bell on #WeighInWeds at #HealthyMe.
The scale balancing at about 214 pounds for Brian Bell.
I find myself at about 214 pounds, quite a ways to go to meet my 190-pound goal.
Keep following our progress here at HealthyMe and other social networks using the #HealthyMe tag.
Photo credit: Brian Bell
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