Post VLM10 Lard Lose
Geat idea for a thread Pix- I'm not sure if i'll fit into my uniform for my first day back at work post marathon tomorrow- I had two weeks off before London and took carbo loading to the extreme!!
Someone keep me away from the cheese!!!
shopping was done tonight and I have loads of fruit, veg and salad!
You can keep a list of food ate, count calories, add exercise etc and its FREE! You dont get annoying messages saying 'Ohhh well done youve lost a pound etc' ( although I'm all for encouragement) but I'm a big (!) girl now & I know what needs to be done- its just doing it!
Apologies if youve tried food focus & good luck all.
9lbs of lard to loose here!!!!! Also would like to complete the birmingham half so can I please join this thread.Pretty please
What day will you be starting this campaign (note bank holiday monday)?
I think it would be sensible to get the Bank Holiday out of the way first and start on Tuesday.
Count me in - I have the Great North Run in Sept to aim for now (not sure when Birmingham is though EP and Spinks).
Enjoy the weekend and see you bright and breezy on Tues!!!!
More the merrier!!!
Hi Saffy Hi Sharon - do I know you?
Brum Half is Oct 24th.
I have long planned shedding some lard (aprox 1 stone of it) after the marathon. Its been really funny telling people (non runners) this and watching their reaction "But.... "
This has got to be the one time I'm ever going to get to ask this question.
Am I fat enough to join in? I weigh 11st 8lbs at the moment and would like to get down to 10st 10lbs which would be a BMI of 25.
But I don't know how to make sure I don't lose muscle.
My weight loss so far has been good. I never used to weigh myself, but just judge by my clothes. So in 2000 I was a size 22 and now I'm a size 14.
The only reason I want to lose weight is so that I can race faster, as I am very happy with my size now.
I have found that the smaller I get, the harder it is to lose weight.
Okay I'll stop rambling on now.
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