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Old 10-06-2013, 10:19 AM   #91
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So I'm thinking that I want to be in a size 16 pant comfortably by Halloween. I recently purchased 16w and they are perfect as the size 18's are a little too baggy.
I am happy to report that I reached my goal a little early. Today, I am wearing a pair of size 16 Ralph Lauren pants that I haven't worn since 2006 I believe. I don't even care if they're outdated. They fit!!! I love JUDDD!!!
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Congrats ladies! You are all amazing. With over 3 weeks to go, what are your NEW Halloween goals?
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Hi all. I have just hit my Halloween goal early. I hit 147 this morning to my surprise. Last Monday I weighted 152 then Friday I woke up and dropped down to148. I was in 7th heaven. This is the first time I have been under 150 in maybe 10 years. I was surprised after a up day that I only went up to 149 sat morning then today I dropped on down to 147. This makes me losing 19 lbs since June 16th. 166-147. Would I look odd if I shouted from my roof top in the rain today? YEEPPPPPPeeeeeee I am under 150 at last. Good Luck everybody on hitting your goals.
I'd yell from the roof tops also!!! Congrats on reaching your goal early!!
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I am happy to report that I reached my goal a little early. Today, I am wearing a pair of size 16 Ralph Lauren pants that I haven't worn since 2006 I believe. I don't even care if they're outdated. They fit!!! I love JUDDD!!!
WOW! So happy for you - an early goal!! Way to go!!!
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Still wanting to see 156 on the scale for my challenge - and plan to shop for those size 10s soon - before Halloween maybe. I'm ok with the 4:3 but struggling with my UD calories this week. I just need to buckle down and PLAN first - eat SECOND!
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Hi ladies (and gents)! I just wanted to give a small update. Yesterday was the last day of my week off. I was undecided about whether or not I should disclose this, because not everything works for everybody, but I want to do it to be 100% transparent.

When I just went on my "break" I did a lot of reading on why it was important to take a short time off from working out and strict dieting every so often. Apparently your hormone levels get wonky after prolonged dieting and other systems in the body become sluggish as well. Everything I read said it was good to take 1-2 weeks off for every 4-12 weeks of dieting, depending on how much fat you have to lose.

I had gone 12 weeks and like clockwork started feeling sluggish and just not as energetic as I had been in the previous months. I took 7 days off of exercise, and half way through the first day I decided I was taking 7 days off from JUDDD as well. My reading revealed that eating maintenance level calories every day is an important component of boosting the metabolism and hormones, so with a weary heart I dove in to an authentic "diet break". I have done absolutely NO working out for the past 7 days and I have eaten ANYTHING I wanted to up to my daily maintenance calories.

The over the first few days, I felt incredibly full and bloated. I guess that's from introducing more food into my digestive tract than it was used to having, as I was primarily eating every other day. After a day or two things evened out and I felt great. I have higher energy, I'm sleeping better and when I do my workout shortly I'll see how much, if any improvement I have in that area.

I'd read that during a diet break you can expect to gain weight, and to not be alarmed if it happens because it comes off fairly quickly once you get back into a calorie deficit. This morning out of pure curiosity I got on the scale to see what the damage was....and I did indeed gain weight.

I was 197.8 on Oct 3rd and today I am 198.0....so I gained a whopping 0.2 pounds over my week of no exercise and eating to maintenance (and truthfully, WELL over on some days).

I think that's AMAZING, and because of this experience I think I will continue to integrate a week-long "diet break" at regular intervals throughout the rest of my fat loss journey.

The true test will be seeing how my body responds over the coming weeks/months and if my metabolism is revved back up. I will definitely be reporting along the way.

Sorry this was so long, but I felt this was an experiment worth sharing.

P.S. Going forward I'll continue weighing on the days outlined in my signature.
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12.31.13 - 184.8| 02.09.14 - xxx.x | 03.13.14 - xxx.x | 04.13.14 - xxx.x | 05.15.14 - xxx.x | 06.16.14 - xxx.x
01.16.14 - ???.? | 02.17.14 - xxx.x | 03.21.14 - xxx.x | 04.21.14 - xxx.x | 05.23.14 - xxx.x | 06.24.14 - xxx.x
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Fluffy,
I often advocate taking maintenance breaks. I did it throughout my journey, just whenever I started to feel fatigued or just like I needed a break. That worked out to roughly every 3 months or so. I would eat at maintenance calories until I naturally felt myself drifting back to lower DDs. That was usually after a week or two, but sometimes I gave myself a full month. It really is like hitting the reset button. Now, in maintenance, I'm doing something similar. I seem to keep wanting to try something new every few months. So far, it's working for me.

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WOW... thanks Fluffy and Dawn... good to know. I am feeling strung out on eod myself and am trying 4:3 - but as I have posted EVERYWHERE (to keep me honest)... my UD calories are out of control right now. It's not that I'm hungry either - more frustrated I think. Also as the daylight gets shorter and shorter and the days cooler, I tend to want to eat and I get depressed. I need to realize that and do things to combat both! It can be done - just have to make a plan and go with it.

I'm happy for you Fluffy... you made a plan, stuck with it, and found out it worked!! Cool!
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Old 10-09-2013, 07:03 AM   #102
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Thanks Dawn! I do remember reading posts where you said you maintained at certain points during your weight loss. I couldn't find your specific posts though and I would have loved to to see exactly how you approached it. I really think it's important to take breaks, for physical and mental reasons. I feel renewed and ready to tackle the next 20 pounds.

Based on my research, I'm thinking of using this plan....

Round 1 - 12 weeks (-22 lbs)
*break*
Round 2 - 10 weeks (-?? lbs)
*break*
Round 3 - 8 weeks (-?? lbs)
*break*
Round 4 - 6 weeks (-?? lbs)
*break*
Round 5 - 4 weeks (-?? lbs)
*break*
Round 6 - 4 weeks (-?? lbs)

Etc....

And keep going until I get to where I want to be with my body. What do you think?
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Thanks Goner.

It really does help when you do things ON PURPOSE instead of just "letting it happen". I feel so in control. I think what helps is that I know I have a specific goal firmly in my mind, but I refuse to stress myself out to get there. I WILL reach my goal, even if it takes me longer with these breaks. As long as I keep going and being honest with myself it's gonna happen and I'll be healthy AND happy once I get there.

I hope you get your groove back and slip into a routine that works for you.
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Great advice and thinking Fluffy! I will get my groove back - and soon... I do not want to lose what I have already gained with JUDDD... LOL That equals - GAIN what I already LOST!

Whatever route I take, it has to fit in my life, have enough energy and be healthy! Tweaking a bit will get me there - I am confident!
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This is so helpful Fluff. I have done one maintenance break in response to a stall, and getting frustrated and stressed, and I wound up starting to lose doing it. So I'm all for taking breaks when we need them. I'm very interested in the information about hormone levels and your body needing a full break during loss. I must admit, it scares me a little though. I'll be watching your results very carefully to see what your experience is.
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Thanks Dawn! I do remember reading posts where you said you maintained at certain points during your weight loss. I couldn't find your specific posts though and I would have loved to to see exactly how you approached it. I really think it's important to take breaks, for physical and mental reasons. I feel renewed and ready to tackle the next 20 pounds.

Based on my research, I'm thinking of using this plan....

Round 1 - 12 weeks (-22 lbs)
*break*
Round 2 - 10 weeks (-?? lbs)
*break*
Round 3 - 8 weeks (-?? lbs)
*break*
Round 4 - 6 weeks (-?? lbs)
*break*
Round 5 - 4 weeks (-?? lbs)
*break*
Round 6 - 4 weeks (-?? lbs)

Etc....

And keep going until I get to where I want to be with my body. What do you think?
I probably won't be able to do it today, but I'll try to look over my logs/spreadsheet and see about when and how long I took my maintenance breaks.

I think your plan looks good. Mine weren't planned in any way, just happened when I felt like I needed it. Someone (Yam-Yam, maybe?) posted after my second or third break that they had read similar to what you posted--that the body needs periodic breaks during the process, and it seemed to mesh well with what my body was already requesting.
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I'll try to bump this too, but check out the link: Why your body wants a break from WL
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Here's a page that explains everything that made me decide to do the diet break.

The Full Diet Break Explained


Carol....it was very scary. It was kind of a walking in faith situation for me to take that first step. Now I'm not afraid and will do future breaks with confidence.

Dawn...thanks for your feedback and that link. I'm going to maintain the schedule I posted above which should take me right up to my 1 year JUDDD anniversary. Really looking forward to continuing this experiment!
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I just read the article and it makes a lot of sense. Thanks FB!
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Love the advice! Thanks!

I have achieved half my goal for Halloween... I'm sporting my size 10 Lee jeans WITH straight legs today! Bought the classic fit which suits my body type - no hips or butt to speak of... They look goooood too! LOL Scale was at 158.5 also today, so I'm feeling confident I will see 156 by the end of the month.

JUDDD is so great!
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I will be comfortably wearing my size 14 Levis by Halloween.
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I tried on my size 16 Levis this morning, hoping to wear them today. They fit but are still just a touch too snug to be comfortable. Instead of shooting for them to be loose and being in my 14s, maybe I should amend my goal to be comfortably in these 16s. I'm losing off my top half right now!
I'm now comfortably in my 16s now. There's a smidge of pudge at the waistband, but they definitely fit, and I've been wearing them. The 14s go all the way up, but won't button/zip. I've definitely been losing above the waist this past month or two, so I'm okay with it. Plus, I remember not so long ago the 16s were up but not fastening, so I know I'll be in the 14s soon - maybe by Thanksgiving. Although there's still 3 weeks until Halloween. Maybe some small miracle will have those 14s fastening by then???
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I am happy to report that I reached my goal a little early. Today, I am wearing a pair of size 16 Ralph Lauren pants that I haven't worn since 2006 I believe. I don't even care if they're outdated. They fit!!! I love JUDDD!!!
Witwooooooooo!!!!

I wish I could find some of my 80's Madonna outfits to rock when I get to 120 lbs. I would sooooo it!!!
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Here's a page that explains everything that made me decide to do the diet break.

The Full Diet Break Explained


Carol....it was very scary. It was kind of a walking in faith situation for me to take that first step. Now I'm not afraid and will do future breaks with confidence.

Dawn...thanks for your feedback and that link. I'm going to maintain the schedule I posted above which should take me right up to my 1 year JUDDD anniversary. Really looking forward to continuing this experiment!
Very interesting! I believe I am the epitome of a flexible dieter. I have maintained throughout for weeks at a time before losing again. Part of that is laziness, but I haven't ever considered stopping dieting altogether. Enjoy the break!!
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I'm thinking about replacing the battery in my scale - it's been dead for a long time. I weighed at the Doctor October 1st, so I was gonna wait, but I'm kinda scared what the results will be at the end of the month if I don't keep a watch. I've been documenting my calories, but ugh! I'm sooooo curious!
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I'm now comfortably in my 16s now. There's a smidge of pudge at the waistband, but they definitely fit, and I've been wearing them. The 14s go all the way up, but won't button/zip. I've definitely been losing above the waist this past month or two, so I'm okay with it. Plus, I remember not so long ago the 16s were up but not fastening, so I know I'll be in the 14s soon - maybe by Thanksgiving. Although there's still 3 weeks until Halloween. Maybe some small miracle will have those 14s fastening by then???
So exciting that the 16s are fitting!! Horray!!
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I'm thinking about replacing the battery in my scale - it's been dead for a long time. I weighed at the Doctor October 1st, so I was gonna wait, but I'm kinda scared what the results will be at the end of the month if I don't keep a watch. I've been documenting my calories, but ugh! I'm sooooo curious!
I understand that some dieters have a love/hate relationship with the scale... but for me, I could not go that long without seeing the number. Are you seeing clothes looser? I know I would need to know that something was working!
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I think my clothes are feeling looser, and I measure, and see about a 1/2 inch off my belly - it's only been 10 days on though, so I'm not looking for BIG changes, but it's something. I can tell my face is less bloated too

There's just something about that number though - I know it doesn't tell the whole story, but it's nice to know.

I went to the store during lunch to get a battery for it, its the wrong size... Maybe that's a sign LOL!
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Lady, I went for over 2 years without weighing at all. I knew I was probably over 200 lbs, but I was in denial. Now that I have been dieting for a year, and weighing regularly, I don't think I could go for more than a day without knowing the numbers! I commend you for your patience and peace.
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Very interesting! I believe I am the epitome of a flexible dieter. I have maintained throughout for weeks at a time before losing again. Part of that is laziness, but I haven't ever considered stopping dieting altogether. Enjoy the break!!
Fluffy, I re-read what I wrote here, and I wanted to make it clear that I wasn't criticizing you for taking a break. I meant to say that I have been maintaining because of not worrying too much about extra UDs and counting, although I have still been doing 3 DDs a week. However, I have also taken a week break, and did 5:2 for a couple of weeks. I am totally in favor of a break!
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