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Well after being off work for a month I thought I would weigh myself and after spending months in the gym all the hard work has been a waste!!! Ive just tipped the scales with an extra stonePerturbed

Eat-popcorn Guess its time to cut out food again and stopping looking at it
03-20-2012 08:42 AM
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(03-20-2012 08:42 AM)Gazby Wrote:  Well after being off work for a month I thought I would weigh myself and after spending months in the gym all the hard work has been a waste!!! Ive just tipped the scales with an extra stonePerturbed

Eat-popcorn Guess its time to cut out food again and stopping looking at it

What, pray tell.... is a "stone"? Huh

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03-20-2012 09:14 AM
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(03-20-2012 09:14 AM)SuperSleeper Wrote:  
(03-20-2012 08:42 AM)Gazby Wrote:  Well after being off work for a month I thought I would weigh myself and after spending months in the gym all the hard work has been a waste!!! Ive just tipped the scales with an extra stonePerturbed

Eat-popcorn Guess its time to cut out food again and stopping looking at it

What, pray tell.... is a "stone"? Huh

Sorry still working in the old measuring system Ive put on about 14 LB which is about half a Kilo. wheres my tissues Sad(((((
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Ah, got it... thanks... keep forgetting about those British terms...

14 pounds isn't that much... you should be able to shed those in a month or two of casual dieting... wish that was all I had to shed. Confused

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(03-20-2012 11:30 AM)SuperSleeper Wrote:  wish that was all I had to shed. Confused

10-4, back door. oops, cb talk. here i sit 260 pounds and 6'2" it's way too many stones per meter or however ya say it. LOL....
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(03-20-2012 03:51 PM)greatunclebill Wrote:  
(03-20-2012 11:30 AM)SuperSleeper Wrote:  wish that was all I had to shed. Confused

10-4, back door. oops, cb talk. here i sit 260 pounds and 6'2" it's way too many stones per meter or however ya say it. LOL....

260 and 6' 2" aint back at all you have to allow for your height Im about 5' 10" and Im up at 210 they say muscle is a lot heaver than fat and is probably why Im heavy cos I look quite fitBigwink
03-20-2012 05:18 PM
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(03-20-2012 05:18 PM)Gazby Wrote:  
(03-20-2012 03:51 PM)greatunclebill Wrote:  
(03-20-2012 11:30 AM)SuperSleeper Wrote:  wish that was all I had to shed. Confused

10-4, back door. oops, cb talk. here i sit 260 pounds and 6'2" it's way too many stones per meter or however ya say it. LOL....

260 and 6' 2" aint back at all you have to allow for your height Im about 5' 10" and Im up at 210 they say muscle is a lot heaver than fat and is probably why Im heavy cos I look quite fitBigwink

i'm fat in the middle, like pregnant and carrying the baby low, ready to pop.
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(03-20-2012 05:18 PM)Gazby Wrote:  
(03-20-2012 03:51 PM)greatunclebill Wrote:  
(03-20-2012 11:30 AM)SuperSleeper Wrote:  wish that was all I had to shed. Confused

10-4, back door. oops, cb talk. here i sit 260 pounds and 6'2" it's way too many stones per meter or however ya say it. LOL....

260 and 6' 2" aint back at all you have to allow for your height Im about 5' 10" and Im up at 210 they say muscle is a lot heaver than fat and is probably why Im heavy cos I look quite fitBigwink

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Actually, studies show that when you use a starvation kind of diet, the body stores more fat. It thinks food is scarce so it stores it.

Portion control, small meals with the largest being breakfast, healthy snacks, and simple cardio exercises. You want the heart to beat faster than it does when you sit still.

And see a registered dietician if you want food questions answered properly. Not a nutritionist, but a registered dietician. They know their stuff. The nutritionist I saw at the health dept showed me a food pyramid chart from the 70s and said: eat more of this stuff and less of that. No details and no portions. The dietician I saw two years ago was great. She fit my diet to fit me and my lifestyle then showed me how to adapt it as I went along. Wish I could go back to her.
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(03-22-2012 12:06 AM)PaulaO2 Wrote:  Actually, studies show that when you use a starvation kind of diet, the body stores more fat. It thinks food is scarce so it stores it.

Portion control, small meals with the largest being breakfast, healthy snacks, and simple cardio exercises. You want the heart to beat faster than it does when you sit still.

And see a registered dietician if you want food questions answered properly. Not a nutritionist, but a registered dietician. They know their stuff. The nutritionist I saw at the health dept showed me a food pyramid chart from the 70s and said: eat more of this stuff and less of that. No details and no portions. The dietician I saw two years ago was great. She fit my diet to fit me and my lifestyle then showed me how to adapt it as I went along. Wish I could go back to her.

Your completely right there Paula you need the fuel to lose weight so starving wont work as we say over here you cant run a car on nothing you have to put the fuel in to burn the miles Big Grin
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