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Old 08-25-2013, 06:05 AM   #31
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You're exactly right, Trigger!!! I have thought about what it would be like if I were still 207 lbs, and not 33 () lbs less. Yuck!! So glad I have stuck to this, no matter how slowly.
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Yup. We stick to it til goal then think big time maintenance when we get there


Your signature lines says it all, truly.

I walk slowly, but I never walk backward. So if we go by that saying, then we will eventually walk straight to goal. WHO cares about how long it takes! Some times the length of time is mind-numbing to lose good lbs, but in the end....even after a year....the time flies. THIS YEAR for me flew by. Oct 1 is 1 year losing weight. WHERE did the time go??? So I figure by next Oct. I KNOW I WILL have about 65lbs gone.
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Old 08-25-2013, 08:26 AM   #33
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You are a rockstar to the likes of me, girl! Of course, I do know the frustration, the impatience -- and it got the better of me -- that's why I took off and did hcg for a bit. I have to say, I'm not sorry I did -- I'd do it again (and plan to). BUT -- I also suspect I've gotten a little addicted to the 'thrill' of losing a lot and fast. Probably not the healthiest thing -- lol. I look to you gals as my models of patience and perseverance!
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Your post struck a chord with me, LG. I think it's normal to get discouraged and doubtful. In my book, your year has been very successful.

I've struggled with my weight all of my life - some years have been better than others, both in terms of weight and mental health - have had ebbs and flows with these things over the decades .

You are always the same beautiful person inside , even if you feel like a butterfly still in the larvae stage - most of us are still in the larvae stage in one dimension or more. . . .
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Seriously, Cindy and Trigger .... who is the greater success:

The person who is super strict, loses 32 pounds in two or three months, then starts to feel like they are sick of it and can't do it one more day because it's just not livable? (this has been me!)

The person who loses 32 pounds over the course of a year, making gradual changes and enjoying life along the way?

Which person is more likely to keep the ground they've lost?

You are both super success stories! We all want the weight to fall off, but slow weight loss, when the normal pattern is to gain, is a WIN and sets you up to keep it off long term. Congratulations to both of you.
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I can really relate to your story being a slow loser, also. I do the same thing calculating the months I have been at this and the pounds I have lost (which equals out to just about 2lbs/month average.) When I considered the fact that I was less than halfway to goal at a year and a half on plan I almost gave up entirely. But, after having my pity party; I realized that I am looking for progress not perfection. I am in it for as long as it takes and any loss is a good loss. I had never made it a year, let alone 18 months on any other plan in my whole life. Where would I be if I weren't doing this? I would be gaining instead of down the 45-50 pounds that I am now. With the PCOS and hypothyroid that is almost certain. Hang in there friend. There is no deadline. There is no end date. Just keep on, keeping on. That's what it is all about.

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Old 08-30-2013, 04:37 AM   #38
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It's true wii. I have never dieted longer than about 3 months. To have been at it for a year is amazing to me. If this DD goes well, I'll have lost about 1.5 this month. I'm not happy with that, I won't lie, but I eat a lot. I might try the 700/1700 program soon. It's going to take incredible planning, and a change in routine on my UDs.

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LG, remind me again, what are your typical UD/DD calorie numbers?
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Old 08-30-2013, 05:57 AM   #40
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About 2500/600

Seriously, I usually go over 2000, and on DDs it's usually over 400. Hey, no wonder I'm losing slow!! DUH!

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About 2500/600

Seriously, I usually go over 2000, and on DDs it's usually over 400. Hey, no wonder I'm losing slow!! DUH!
Stop it, I'm trying to help here. LOL! You're doing great & you're enjoying yourself!!!

So if you want to bump up your losses, why not just reduce a bit instead of a lot at once? You may not need to go down to 1700/700. Is your calculated UD number 1850ish? Are you more comfortable keeping DDs a bit higher and reducing UDs to around 1900 maybe? I dunno, I'd probably choose one for now and see how you do. We want you happy still!
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Old 08-30-2013, 06:31 AM   #42
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My calculated number for 176 are 1790/358. I see JBs in the 130s eating 2000 a day and I think, hey I weigh 45 more lbs than that. Surely I can eat over 2000! I think if I could aim for 1700, it would help a lot! I would probably go over, and hit my 1900 target.
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Yup - me too. It's infuriatingly slow for some of us but as long as it goes in the right direction it is a win. (I reserve the right to change my mind and complain about slow losses next week BTW)

I keep in mind someone I know who set her mind to losing 10 pounds a year. She ate healthy foods with occasional indulgences and tried to make sure each month she lost about a pound. She didn't stress. She wasn't in a hurry. It didn't rule her life. She wasn't constantly refreshing her wardrobe. Her mental body image shifted gradually with her. AND in a couple of years she was right where she wanted to be. No fuss, no mess. I wish I could have that attitude and patience.
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Old 08-30-2013, 07:02 AM   #44
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It would take me seven years if I started that way. I'll be happy to lose 40 more by January.

I do agree though, that losing slowly is less stressful on your body AND it seems to stick better. I don't have much loose skin at all yet.
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Maybe instead of lowering your calories you should start doing more exercise and using those calories to fuel that exercise? The UD/DD calories you have been eating are working, even if it is slowly, so why mess with that success? Lowering your calories is not always the best answer. You say you are feeling much better and I bet you have more energy now, so get out and do some fun activities that will cause you to burn any excess calories. The weather will be getting cooler soon and it will be a good time to get out and enjoy some fresh air and building up some LBM.

You are doing great. Just kick it up to the next level and use your success to fuel additional loses.
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Old 08-30-2013, 11:32 AM   #46
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Aww, Mike, our resident body builder, you had to mention the E word. I no want to do that. Ha, yeah I agree that it's the next best step. Now to take that step!! Thanks for the encouraging words everyone!
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I agree with Mike! I don't think I could get away with eating 2000 calories on my UDs and still lose if I wasn't working out. It doesn't take that much, either. I do about 45 minutes on UDs and usually only work out on one DD per week. I work hard, but I don't spend a lot of time. You should join us in the exercise thread!
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I walk, but I don't work out. It seems like such a big step, to me. I have never stayed committed to working out longer than a few weeks/months. It seems artificial (ok, let me lay down on a bench and lift iron rods over my head ), unlike walking. I know it's necessary, and I'm going to do it. Soon.

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I am not all that excited about exercise at this moment either. I remember several years ago when those calorie burn pods came out a bunch of people on our weightlifting forum tried them out. I am not certain of its accuracy but it was funny that someone's very difficult gym expenditure was significantly less than raking leaves at her house. My mother used to sneer at me in the 80's while I did Jane Fonda leg lifts and tell me if I would help her around the house I would not have to do Jane to lose weight. I am not bashing formal exercise, it is very beneficial. I am going to ease in to a more active lifestyle spending more time on my feet, raking leaves ( fall is coming!) painting the trim around the house, going up and down the stairs more ect. It is a start! It may prep things for a more for committed workout down the road.
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It depends too on how active you are at work. I found when wearing my fitbit that just running to and from meetings and to/from the bus I would easily clock 8k steps a day just from that. A walk at lunch would put me over 10k. Now that I'm not doing that, I would be hard pressed to get in 4k a day without the dog. He needs 3 miles minimum or he's a pain in the you know what.
I would rather do things for a purpose too rather than biking to nowhere on a stationary bike or step to nowhere on an elliptical. I do find building in a reward is helpful though. ie. I can go get something to eat at a restaurant if I work out. It helps you connect the reward with the exercise. But these days, I'm all about finding out how I can end up getting the results that I want (that aren't that major nowadays) without as much effort as I used to put in. I get sick with colds and stuff if I work out too much. That tells me that at a certain level, it can be bad for your immune system. That's why I'd rather stick to things that I find fun for their own sake (tennis or dancing) or muscle building with an eye towards strength rather than pure aesthetics.
Having said that, I read a study from the 90's recently that showed that people put on a calorie restricted diet (but I think it was 800 cal/day), that did cardio only (walking, etc.) lost LBM and people who did resistance training lost no LBM - or gained some (3 times a week, 6 exercises I think - so about 1/2 hour). The metabolic burn rate of the resistance trainers went up and the burn rate of the cardio people went down an astonishing amount - something like 500 calories a day differential. I want to be able to eat 500 more calories a day!!
But it's nice to be able to do something like move house and be capable of keeping up with any of the younger people. Or haul a bunch of groceries around no sweat. My dad was 90 or so when he decided to quit farming (which has a lot of natural HIIT built right into it). He sure did go downhill fast physically- and mentally - after that. Maybe it would have happened anyway but boy, it sure was fast.
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You are doing fine! As I have mentioned in previous posts, I belong to a weight loss support group (I am actually the person who weighs everyone LOL lucky me!) so I see MANY people try to lose what you lost in a year...but end up actually higher in weight than what they started out as. Seriously, cut yourself some slack. Make mini goals. We always tell our members, if you can lose half a pound a week by the end of the year you would lose 26 lbs. That's nothing to sneeze at. I see people lose 9 lbs in one week...and guess what...the next week they gain half of it (or more) back. If you need to tweak then so be it but if you were in my group you would have won some major awards by now! Heck, make yourself one of those computer awards and hang it on your wall to remind you of what you have done and don't worry about what you have not done... that will come!
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Aww, Mike, our resident body builder, you had to mention the E word. I no want to do that. Ha, yeah I agree that it's the next best step. Now to take that step!! Thanks for the encouraging words everyone!
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I walk, but I don't work out. It seems like such a big step, to me. I have never stayed committed to working out longer than a few weeks/months. It seems artificial (ok, let me lay down on a bench and lift iron rods over my head ), unlike walking. I know it's necessary, and I'm going to do it. Soon.
Exercise doesn't have to be weight lifting, it can be just body weight workouts too but I didn't really mean to imply even that. With the weather cooling down it is a great time to get out and enjoy nature some. Go on hikes in the woods on some mountain trails. If you already walk and enjoy it than just walk more and find a way to make it more of a workout and discover some interesting places near you.

My plan this fall is actually to try to get out of the gym and make use of some of the natural resources near me, hiking and a bonus to going to interesting places and seeing interesting things I'll get a good calorie burn out of it.
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I walk, but I don't work out. It seems like such a big step, to me. I have never stayed committed to working out longer than a few weeks/months. It seems artificial (ok, let me lay down on a bench and lift iron rods over my head ), unlike walking. I know it's necessary, and I'm going to do it. Soon.
Ha ha I hear ya there! I am more faithful to watch my calories rather than burning them. lol I will do good exercising for a while then I get lazy.
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I am NOT a natural exerciser either. I don't enjoy it (except for my hula hooping!) and have never been able to find something I do enjoy long-term. But I have gotten into a "habit" the past 2 months of almost daily activity of some kind. It's mostly not too strenuous. I think it kick-started me last month, but this month I'm just stalled. I wonder if it's additional muscle, because I have increased the resistance/weight-bearing exercises.

That said, I'm kind of afraid to stop now. Sometimes I wonder if I'd lose better if I eased off a bit on the amount I've been doing. But I don't want to lose muscle and not fat. I'm also afraid the additional calorie burn I've been getting from it would come back to kick me in the butt if I stopped.

I'm trying Tabata 4 minute sessions this past week. I'd love it if I could cut down the time I have to be exercising. Blah blah blah.
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My plan this fall is actually to try to get out of the gym and make use of some of the natural resources near me, hiking and a bonus to going to interesting places and seeing interesting things I'll get a good calorie burn out of it.
I don't mind the heat, but DW and a friend of mine are more apt to walk outside when it's a touch cooler. There are several places on my list to "go walking at" before it gets too cold. I get bored more quickly on the elliptical or bike than when I'm outside and the scenery is changing. However, if the weather is bad I'm glad I have the option to exercise at home in front of the TV.
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I don't mind the heat, but DW and a friend of mine are more apt to walk outside when it's a touch cooler. There are several places on my list to "go walking at" before it gets too cold. I get bored more quickly on the elliptical or bike than when I'm outside and the scenery is changing. However, if the weather is bad I'm glad I have the option to exercise at home in front of the TV.
You would love my neck of the woods! We have a bunch of walking trails (my favorite is walking right over the Hudson) and I love walking out in the fresh air. I don't mind walking in the cold but I won't walk outside once it starts snowing or gets icy.
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I think that's a good idea, Mike. I do enjoy walking and I would like to get something to download audio books on to listen to, and make it even more enjoyable. We spent the whole day today walking around the flea market in another city. We actually went to two different ones, then set up a table and sold some of our items. It was tiring but fun.

I would really like to start doing a little weights. I love the look of women's bodies who lift, even a little. I need to make that a goal, and just start.

Thanks again for all of you and your encouragement. I read everyone's responses, but I forgot to quote, so I can't address you one by one. It's all good stuff.
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