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CHRISTIANBASILE SparkPoints: (36)
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10/2/13 7:04 P

Thank you! everyone!

FIT4MEIN2013 SparkPoints: (133,527)
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10/1/13 11:31 P

I always aim for the bottom of my goal range, knowing that if I have a 'hungry day' that I will have wiggle room. I reached my goal of 130# lost in 10 months.

Jaynee-Pacific Time Goal reached with 130# loss, 138# total loss

Exercise, eat, track, repeat!!

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10/1/13 10:58 P

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You can experiment to see what works for you. The ranges give you some wiggle room to eat more or less on certain days. I stick to the lower range but go to the higher range on weekends. It's really a personal choice.

"The future is no place to place your better days."
- Dave Matthews Band, Cry Freedom

"Gotta do much more then believe, if we really want to change things." - Dave Matthews Band, Gaucho

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CHRISTIANBASILE SparkPoints: (36)
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10/1/13 10:01 P

Why the base goal is a range? Should I take the average? Should I trust the upper bound, or lower to be safe?

thanks

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