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DALID414
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Week 16 of Maintenance

Sunday, April 21, 2013

125lbs, goal weight.
I've been thinking of attempting to get down to 120lbs, maybe then I'll stop going up and down the same 2lbs.
I don't however, want to restart my maintenance tracker emoticon
Is it cheating if I don't change it and still attempt to get to 120lbs?
I don't want to be considered a cheater.
Honest opinions, please.
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  • BLITZEN40
    It's your page. Adjust as desired. The most important thing is that you are healthy and happy with the goals you've set for yourself. Don't sweat the small stuff. emoticon
    1254 days ago
  • SUSIEQ911
    I don't think it's cheating. I consider anything under my original goal as maintaining.


    1254 days ago
  • ILOVEMALI
    SP is your tool. Use it the way that you want! No tracker cops here.
    1255 days ago
  • MICKEYH
    It's your weight management and no one else's. You should only worry about yourself. You are not cheating. We all need adjustment. I also am one proud away of my goal weight of 125 lbs. but not what I was thought I would looks and feels. I agree with you to go to 120 lbs. you and I have almost same hight I think I would be much happier to go to 120 lbs. as of now I still feel lots of fat in my back and inner thigh and jiggly arms. I will change my tracker as soon as I reach my goal.
    1255 days ago
  • DOVESEYES
    I think it depends on your personality, I haven't added a gain as it will hinder my progress because I have self esteem issues. So I keep my losses recorded on SP and have a personal graph for ME.

    What is right for you?

    I don't consider it a cheat but if you do you shouldn't do it.

    emoticon emoticon
    1255 days ago
  • COCK-ROBIN
    I don't think so. Go ahead and do what you think is right.
    1255 days ago
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