Week 10 - Staying on track

Week 10 delayed forum post.

A shoutout to thomas Brieden of ‘Blue Mountains’ for achieving his 5% this week. (although its technically 4.92% so you’ll have to wait for week 11 to achieve your 3 goals sorry bud)

Compared to week 9 this was a very lowkey night! I was very impressed with how you gents handled the umpires calls and played within the spirit of the ManvFat program. Special thanks to FC F.C for playing undermanned against '‘Better Red than Dead’, especially after Gary Keenan took an absolute screamer to his thumb.

‘Better Red than Dead’ managed to pull 4 off pitch goals this week with ‘Blue Mountains’ coming slightly ahead with 5!

Welcome to Ben Fowler who has been recruited into FC F.C to bolster the numbers into the closing few weeks of this season.

Overall Results for week 10

Black Panthers vs Blue Mountains 4 - 6
FC F.C (yellow) vs Better Red than Dead 5 - 4
Weighty Whites vs West Ham and Cheese (Green) 3 - 6

You can see match results anytime at www.manvfatsoccer.com.au/uwa , and if you click on ‘ Latest Results’ (the tab on the right of the results box) and hover your mouse over the scores (e.g., 4 – 2), you’ll be able to see a break down of where the score came from.

Shout-Out to Current Team Weight Loss Leaders… Based on kgs lost to-date.**

  • Blue Mountains - 21.4kg
  • Black Panthers - 18.2kg
  • West Ham and Cheese (Green) - 17.3kg

Overall League weight loss to date: 81.1kg

Coming into the close of this season gents and holidays are fast approaching! To keep going strong, let’s always just remember the basics: calories in, and calories out. The key to keeping the weight coming off is to maintain the calorie deficit. Either that means trimming a little off your regular meals, cutting sugar from your coffees, switching from the pint to middy – the ways are endless. Or, you can up the intensity in your weekly exercise. It may be a good idea to have a quick look back over the weeks – what were you doing that worked?

Either way, I am proud of all your accomplishments thus far.

Many thanks,

Hamish