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COL04010
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Holiday Season

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Well, it's holiday season once again which means I typically have to wear my fat pants until January. Looking for any tips you have to keep the weight low. I'm going to calorie count and hit the gym as much as possible. No increase would be an improvement on the season ;)
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  • v DABLUECAT
    Don't deny..moderate...stretch out those yummies. But don't beat yourself up if you fall off the wagon. Dust yourself off, jog to catch up and hop back on.
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  • v SLEE103
    oh the holiday season. I too believe not gaining is the goal...but if you focus on losing, maybe it will come out even, at least thats my theory lol. calorie counting and going to the gym are of course excellent ways to keep it low during the season. I'm not going to deprive myself on specific days, e.g. thanksgiving, christmas, and new years themselves, but every other day I think its important to stay on track. It's so easy to slip up one day and say the heck with it, and let it go for the whole season. But if you know you can indulge ( a little) on the actual holidays you can look forward to that and save it for then. Also, SP has some guides about which holiday foods are really bad, say eggnog, if you can go the holiday season cutting back, or cutting out, some of the truly calorie-laden treats that might help. At parties, etc. pick one or two treats that you really want to try, rather than everything that may be there. i think its safe to say a lot of people are in the same boat as you, good luck!
    1313 days ago
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