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I don't know the answer to that. I'm still wearing it now. :)
Hit my goal weight 9/16/11 and aim to remain there for good!
I'll more then likely use it forever. I've gotten so used to having it on that it even feels weird to take it off to plug it in.
When I eventually hit my goal weight I might start relying on the display and less on plugging it in every night and just use it to "check up" on my self every few days.
Let the best of today be the worst of tomorrow.
As of now, I'm not at goal weight - so its staying on. But, I think I'll keep wearing it even at my goal weight for a few reasons. First, I'm a fitness instructor, so I've been using the Bugg to ensure that I'm eating enough to justify my activity levels. I used to wear a HRM, but now I just use the Bugg with the Digital Display - so I use it to track fitness minutes on Spark, steps, etc. Second, on my days off, I find its a motivator to keep my butt from being too lazy
I think as long as it continues to keep all those motivating factors - the Bugg will be a part of my life
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Susan from Conroe TX (Central Time Zone)
I am nowhere near my goal weight, but I think my bugg will be a permanent fixture!
Live today like it is the only day that matters, because it is.
Just wondering especially for those of you at or near your goal weight, how long do you plan to keep using your BodyBugg/Body Media Go Wear Fit (or whatever device you have)? Will you stop wearing it when you reach your goal weight, or do you plan on wearing it for a certain number of weeks or months after you reach your goal weight--or indefinitely? I've been thinking about this for awhile and was curious what most people are doing or planning to do.
Denise (Half Fanatic #1279) - PDT Time Zone
"The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do."
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