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AASLP___ Posts: 9,650
11/7/13 7:17 A

Thanks for that!


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11/7/13 3:51 A

I don't know if this is the thread that ANNE_SP is referring to, but I hope that it answers your question. His post is near the beginning of the posts.


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AASLP___ Posts: 9,650
11/6/13 7:26 P


Regarding starvation mode, please see the post in this thread from Coach Dean (you will have to scroll a bit or use CTRL and F to search for it). He gives a great deal of information that may be useful.

I hope that answers some of your questions.


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11/6/13 7:10 P

Just read that a runner training for a 5K or 10K should aim for no more than a 300 calorie deficit per day, to avoid sending your body into starvation mode. Agree or disagree?

I ask because lately I've had calorie deficits of over 600 calories several days this week. Should I be eating more?

I would really like to lose a pound a week on average. That said, I understand that weight fluctuates based on many different factors. I just don't want to sabotage my weight loss by eating too little.

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