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RAYLINSTEPHENS
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11/13/10 10:56 A

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What I did was to do a Walk Away The Pounds every day while I was trying to lose the weight. You burn on average 125 calories per mile of the WATP workouts. So a 3 mile WATP = 375 calories burned. This comes from Leslie Sansone herself, I asked.

It is sometimes easier to burn more than to eat less. It also helps control the amount of saggy skin you wind up with.

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11/12/10 10:05 A

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Good question! I had been wondering the same thing. I would like to lose 2 pounds a week just to get the initial 20 pounds off. Then I wouldn't mind if it slowed down a little bit. I am going to have to start getting in more exercise to see a 1,000 calorie deferential a day, though. =)

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11/8/10 11:22 A

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Hello Monkeysnuffer! (Does that user name have something to do with getting troublesome monkeys "off your back"?)

Linda has given you a great calorie deficit to shoot for. As you know it takes burning off (with exercise) or consuming approx. 3500 calories less (over time) to "release" a pound of fat. If you try to drop the weight too quickly your body will most likely resist and slow your efforts. Patience and consistency will win out over time. It is important to remember that and the fact that to sustain any weight change we have to make a lifestyle change.

It took me over 9 months to "release" nearly 40 pounds but I have reached a weight I never would have dreamed possible when I began and I have kept it off for a year and 3 months so far!!! Enjoy your journey!!! And ask all the questions you want. :)

Those monkeys will be flying away soon!

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RAYLINSTEPHENS
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11/8/10 10:56 A

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A calorie deficit of 750-1000 daily should net a loss of 1.5-2 lbs per week.

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I went from 210-120 in 16 months with SparkPeople!
In Maintenance since 8/11/09!!

2 years without home internet added back 20 lbs. I'm back and they're going!

Lifetime Spirited Underdog!



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MONKEYSNUFFER
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11/8/10 10:12 A

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What is a good calorie deficit to have to lose about 2 pounds per week? I am still getting a handle on everything!

Thank you!


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