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Date Posted: 00:11:23 06/14/03 Sat
Author: Karen
Subject: Re: First Monthly weigh/measure results
In reply to: Coli 's message, "Re: First Monthly weigh/measure results" on 17:06:36 06/11/03 Wed

Thanks! Hubby has noticed a difference so it must be working. So how did your 10 month w&m go? You all give me so much hope when I read your posts!

I was thinking about trying the Curves diet but I don't know if I can fit it (eating 6x a day, etc) into my lifestyle right now. It seems to take a lot of planning (and cooking) that I really don't have time for these days. Work is nuts, I'm lucky if I get to eat lunch sometimes. I'm a programmer and we have some HUGE deadlines coming up.

If it wasn't for Curves I'd get no exercize at all! But I go after work every MWF and I miss it the days I don't go.

Have a great weekend,
Karen

>Those are AWESOME results. Did they give you the body
>fat loss too? That's the one I concentrate on!
>
>As for normal results, there aren't any. Everyone is
>different altho we might look the same from time to
>time, but everyone will lose at a different rate. You
>might be the same size starting out as another member
>but she's doing yoga 2 times a week and cycles 30
>miles a day or something and so you can't compare your
>results to hers unless you're doing the exact same
>things. healthfully, you want to lose about 1 pound a
>week in order to keep it off. And if you think about
>it, it's not that hard. If you've already got a diet
>in mind, great. if not, record a few weeks of
>"regular" meals at fitday.com and see where you can
>cut back without starving yourself :) Switch to 100%
>whole wheat bread or cut back on those morning lattes,
>all kinds of things you can do. but when you split
>out that 3500 calories a week that need to be cut or
>burned, you can cut a couple hundred calories and add
>a brisk walk and you'll be good to go :)
>
>Great job and be sure to keep us updated on your
>further progress! I'm getting my 10 month W&M
>today...not sure I've lost anything (phase 3 of the
>Curves diet) but anything will be better than nothing
>or even...gasp....gaining, as i'm back to phase 1 now.
> i'll report back later :)
>
>Have a GREAT workout!
>Coli
>
>>Hi everybody,
>>Well I had my first measurement today. I've lost 2
>>lbs and 4 inches. Not bad, I guess, considering how
>>bad I've been doing diet-wise...I think I'm going to
>>try the diet (seriously this time now that the month
>>of family birthdays is finally over).
>>
>>What is a normal rate of loss that I can expect? I am
>>about 30 lbs overweight.

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