Fitness Minutes: (82,255)
9/14/13 6:38 A
No as I have come to realize over the years to take each day as it comes.
Fitness Minutes: (112,248)
32,510 9/14/13 5:08 A
When I started I just let it ride until I hit a zero. Then it all changed and I started to set a goal. It might have been a 5 or a 10 or even an inch. This made a big difference to how I felt.
I must admit to still taking a year before I would look into a full length mirror and guess what I like what I saw.
Trev, Kent Southeast UK
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Fitness Minutes: (35,879)
2,242 9/13/13 10:47 P
Losing the last couple of pounds to hit goal took forever. Once I made it I was content. I don't even have to maintain it but 145 was important to me, it meant I had lost 100#s. My real live with it goal is 145 to 150 so I'm happy.
Breaking 200 was awesome but didn't seem to be a milestone...maybe because I couldn't believe I had ever weighed that much?
Thinking about it, I don't think the actual numbers mattered as long as they were going down.
Fitness Minutes: (22,044)
9/13/13 8:30 P
I don't know. Seriously. It always seems that as soon as I get near a "big number" like that, my weight loss slows way down and it just takes forever to get past it. Like when I went down below 200, I had been losing like 2-3 pounds a week, and then suddenly for like 3 weeks straight it was half a pound or less . . . SO ANNOYING. LOL
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