how many steps do you do a day

Keep it up. Mind you, 60.5 Kg is hardly in the need to diet category!
It's not so much that I diet as such, but I just keep an eye on what I eat, and try and minimise carbs.

However, I often have a beer and a couple of glasses of red wine a day, so who knows what my weight would be without that.

My wife does say that I'm in danger of wasting away, but if I really indulged myself, my weight would shoot up.

(I'm secretly aiming to get to 59 Kg)..
 
Having started recovery from a health issue I'm ramping up to 10,000 a day so I can complete an Egypt holiday where it will be hot. Given temp today in SA seemed like the day to start. I hope to be easily at 15000 by April.
 
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It's not so much that I diet as such, but I just keep an eye on what I eat, and try and minimise carbs.

However, I often have a beer and a couple of glasses of red wine a day, so who knows what my weight would be without that.

My wife does say that I'm in danger of wasting away, but if I really indulged myself, my weight would shoot up.

(I'm secretly aiming to get to 59 Kg)..
I personally would aim for something slap bang in the middle of the ‘Healthy‘ BMI range if I wasn’t super active or weight training or auditioning for underwear model gigs. It’s a reasonable indicator of healthy weight in proportion to size.
 
I’m not! At my fittest I was 89kg (6’2”). Playing Aussie Rules at a decent level and running ~70km a week. At 40 I was 93kg and still running 5 or 6 km every night. 15 years later I’m 120kg. At 55 I’d be ecstatic to get down to 100kg.
 
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Since late March I'm back doing 6,000+ steps a day. Most days I can feel the pain in hip and lower back but push myself to keep going.

I know some people say it's good for weight loss but it does nothing for my weight loss but could be helping keeping my weight under 130kg.
 
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