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Numbers on the Scale Are Not the Only Thing

Orion Buckingham Just passed six months on the HMR diet, and I was mad. I couldn’t believe that I hadn’t lost any weight this week. I mean I did everything right, didn’t eat terribly, exercised, and still nothing. But my girlfriend put it in perspective. Look where you’ve been. March 23rd – 319 pounds. October […]

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Hitting the Reset Button & Setting Realistic Goals with Weight Loss

Hello, friends! It’s me, Kurtis. Ya know, the guy you hear every weekday on WIXY 100.3? Welcome back to another blog-o-spectacular on my weight loss journey with Sarah Bush Lincoln and the HMR Program. I’ve mentioned this before, but you never know when you might have a curveball thrown your way on a weight loss […]

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Never Count Yourself Out; Life Is A Journey

Hello readers! Well, racing season is upon us once again. And thanks to the HMR program, this is my second year being able to take part in a variety of 5Ks and 10Ks. Earlier this year, I did my first 15K, my most intense run to date. That was back in February. So far this […]

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The Real Work

Hello, my friends! Welcome back to another exciting edition of “Kurtis’ Journey Into the Phase 2 Blogosphere.” That’s the title I’m going with for this week. As always, if you have a suggestion for what I should title my blog then please leave a comment.


In Full Training

A little over a year ago, when I was only a few months into my weight loss journey with Sarah Bush Lincoln and HMR, I was enjoying some success and seeing some weight drop off, which I had never seen happen to me in my entire life up to that point.


New Experiences

Hello, my friends! Welcome back to another exciting edition of “Kurtis Tries Some New Things” weight-loss blog! Pretty good title for this week, eh? As always, you’re welcome to leave your suggestions in the comments section.

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Run for the Bagel

Hey everyone! Hot enough for ya? I really hope the seemingly annual summer heatwave is behind us for good, because it’s especially difficult to try to keep up my exercise level by running outside when it’s hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk.