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**SWAP** revo 2 26 for same in 29


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  • 11 months later...

Might I suggest that your original choice of wing was correct and should be another incentive to lose the excess weight?

I started flying in my late 40s. At about the same time, I started putting on weight (having been a constant 75kg for the previous 25 years or so).

I set myself a limit of 80kg and have manged to stay under that weight, using my wing loading as a mental target.

I don't do 'fitness' or dieting as such. If my weight starts creeping up, or if I feel unfit I will make a few simple changes, like taking the dog for a walk instead of eating lunch for a couple of days.

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