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    So I'm thinking of starting to work out and lose some weight starting this spring. I'm not obese or anything(6', 33"~34" waist) but other than for my health I'd just really like to fit into a Goodnite. I just find the full padding front to back pull-up with prints to be very appealing but I'm fairly confident that I won't fit into them and a figure whats the best way to increase my chances of being able to do so than to shave a few pounds?

    So I'd just like to get some general thoughts on this and was wondering if anyone has done anything similar.

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    Nope, I just don't seem to grow fat... Yet.
    I hope it never happens though.

    Good luck,
    Fox

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    I've changed my diet so I can try to keep my 29 inch waist. Now I'm trying to get bulkier(muscle) . If you need a virtual workout companion I'll certainly do that with you. I'm currently working out at least every other day while eating better.

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    I use to lose weight so i would fit in a small attends. Now I am to fat have to use med attends and hope i never have to use a large size.

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    If you want to loose all your belly fat try this secret. It has worked for me and I have only been doing this for 3 weeks and have lost 2 inches. Eat 3 teaspoons of sunflower seeds a day. It really works.

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    I have a 36 inch waist and I fit into the new large size so go forth and enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSquared895 View Post
    So I'm thinking of starting to work out and lose some weight starting this spring. I'm not obese or anything(6', 33"~34" waist) but other than for my health I'd just really like to fit into a Goodnite.
    It's worth a shot! One thing to keep in mind, however, is that Goodnites are unlikely to make it up as far as your tummy. Think diaper-speedo. They're only a couple of inches longer than size 7 Pampers, believe it or not (24", I think). So, if you're mostly carrying weight in your tummy, losing it... will still be good for your health!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear View Post
    I have a 36 inch waist and I fit into the new large size so go forth and enjoy.
    And they actually fit without tearing at the sides?

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    It's not just waist size that matters but thigh size. If you plan on running/walking, biking and possibly even swimming your thighs will likely get bigger, though possibly smaller if you have fat there. But anyways I know I'll never be able to fit in a 4-5t pull-up well and they aren't that great IMHO.


    Would be cool if bambino made pull-ons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSquared895 View Post
    And they actually fit without tearing at the sides?
    Yup even after sleeping in them, I also weigh 220 pounds. The new sides are awesome.

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