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Re: Just wanted to share something with my fellow members

by J T Thu Nov 10, 2016 9:36 pm

Awesome mas! I've also been trying to lose weight after some high cholesterol readouts. You're doing better than me though. I lost over 10 lbs, but it kind of settled in there.
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Re: Just wanted to share something with my fellow members

by mas Fri Nov 11, 2016 5:14 am

Thank you everyone for all the responses. I'm very happy. I cheated today but right back in the mix for tomorrow
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Re: Just wanted to share something with my fellow members

by Tanooki Fri Nov 11, 2016 10:40 am

Be aware cheating isn't bad. Repeatedly cheating is bad. Many people into weight loss or training will say that you can hit a plateau and just get stuck or worse, even doing better gain a hair back. Your system gets used to the same good stuff too, just slower than the bad. As they'd say, you need to use system shock, surprise, do something different every few days or maybe once a week. Go eat that hamburger or have a nice bowl of ice cream. It's now a foreign object to the body and it will try and tear into it more than what it got cozy with.

I find if I eat crap food for a meal a couple times a week I do better. If I just eat nice stuff in moderation I would end up flat or slightly gain. I'd go eat a bowl of ice cream, next day on the scale I'd be down a pound off the usual level for the morning had I not. Everyone is different you'll figure it out, it's why people say fad diets are crap and almost never work for most people.
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Re: Just wanted to share something with my fellow members

by stickem Fri Nov 11, 2016 10:46 pm

Good for you. Working out gets addictive once you start seeing results, which takes a few months. But after that it's a lifestyle you want to continue. Gotta stay young lol.
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