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Well done holly.
i managed tI loose a lot lsat year, so know how hard it is. Sometimes as well a change is good, now your body has got used to your current diet maybe change it around, eat different gfGood for a week maybe even more food as well, the body sort of adjusts and sometimes needs kick starting again, and then you hit it with the diet again, sort of tricking it slightly... Sounds a bit daf. I know but hey it's worth a try
well done with the 2 stone loss that's fab, and all that you can loose your body will really appreciate when you are running
Today my trousers are not tight!
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Today my trousers are not tight!
Humm I only had a little loss pigged out yesterday and sitll in my system this morning when i weighed in. If i'd done it later in the day lot skinner oh well.
LOL love it booktrunk, I remember having strict loo rituals when I was at weightwatchers.
Should start a Bridget Jones-esque weight loss diary!!
I lost 85lbs in a year march to march on WeightWatchers and did a weekly post on their forums about how each week went. Week 34, the week of my first marathon was the first week I gained weight
wow booktrunk - thats an amazing achievement, well done
I find the more training you do, the more 'weight' you gain... realised it wasn't actually weight, but water....stopped training for 2 weeks (was ill) and lost said water and went down to my 'actual weight' which was 5Ibs or so lighter.
another 6 miles for me yesterday i was going to do the on the treadmill as a recovery run but it was so nice outside i went out for a run instead rest day today with 13 to on Friday with that and what i've done this week so far means I would have made up all the runs i missed last week
14 miles for me today i was going to have ago at 20 but have to say i struggled from the word go and got to mile 13 and just couldn't face another 7 i seemed such along way which is daft after all the training runs for Brighton and that was only just over a month ago
my second park run today. Around 26:33 (unofficial) really chuffed with that. Diet wise doing good around 9st 8/9 lbs so only 1-2 above my lowest.
have a weird 8.5m run next Saturday, then a half two weeks after that
Hope you all had a great bank holiday a little naughty over the weekend resulting in a 1.5lb gain this week so will have to knuckle down this week
Will have to be careful though as another trigger has appeared this week for no apparent reason i can put my finger on am feeling a little fed up and low sprit wise which is always dangerous for me as the fridge usually gets a beating
no running for me over the weekend spent most of the time gardening must get out today though
4 miles for me yesterday have too say i could get used to these short runs it was all done and dusted in just over 33 minutes
A couple of weeks ago I weighed for the first time since before I started properly trying to lose weight in August last year. I have lost just over 9 stone (130 pounds), and still going (about 3 stone to go I think). Literally never felt so good as I'm lighter and fitter now at 35 than when I was 21. All done through a fairly simple diet change, lots of walking and now also lots of running. Going to weigh more regularly now (now I'm not so scared of the scales I suppose) though the actual weight itself is not the be all and end all, it's all about my size and fitness now.
Simon H WOW what a fantastic achievement
Thank you Toby. I went from being pretty massive, shall we say, to recently running my first 5k race in 29:08 so was very happy with that personal achievement. The advice I've read on this forum has been helping me along the way too, it has to be said.
SimonH - thats amazing well done you you must be very proud of yourself and also feel so much better - keep up the good work
Have a great weekend everyone
Cheers Booey, hope you have a great weekend too! (the weather here has just brightened up a lot too, should actually be a great weekend by the look of it!)
SimonH: Congrats that is awesome.
Well what wonderful weather it was so nice i decided to just run till I’d had enough which turn out to be 16.5 miles before my legs said enough, enough and i had to run walk the last mile home so it turn out to be 17.5 miles all in all
wasn’t worried about the time or pace today as it was too hot to really go it
I haven't posted much recently although I do read every day. Weight loss is fairly steady but I thought I'd best mention that today I completed my first ever marathon, the Kentroadrunner Marathon. I managed to get round in 5:11:48 (unofficial) which for someone who couldn't run for a bus 2 years ago isn't too bad!
Hope you're all well, has anybody heard from Wordslinger recently?
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