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Fantastic CMKUNKLE! I'm so happy for the 20 lbs loss! What an achievement.

The truth of the matter is that you are working out a lot and you need to eat accordingly. You will put your body in starvation mode if you reduce the food intake. It's very important to eat accordingly to your exercise level. In due time, of course, one will need to reduce little by little because the smaller you get, the less you will need.

You can change your fitness minutes goal because you seem to do more than you had expected to do. For example, I exceeded my goal by nearly 12,000 fitness minutes in 2010. I like to see that I've reached and exceeded my limit -- if you know what I mean.

If this is helpful, I'm happy but if you need help to reset let me know and I'll find out where to do this.

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Hi Lise - I have a question. Now that I've lost almost 20 pounds, I'm thinking that my calories and goals should maybe be changing...but I don't want my tracker to be reset or my streaks to be affected so I'm afraid to change anything on the site (do you know what I mean - as far as the settings I started with in Nov). Also somehow my early goal fitness minutes is set at something like 4800 minutes or close to that and I've already exceeded it for the year - shouldn't I change that goal? But I'm not sure where it came from...any advice you can give will be appreciated!

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12/12/10 4:36 P

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I would try setting small goals initially. For example, try losing 4 - 5 lbs a month, or plan to exercise for a minimum of 30 minutes a day, or log in all your food. When you look at the big picture, it could be a bit discouraging. On the team page, I have put down some challenges that may be of interest to you. That is how I have managed to lose over 30 lbs to date -- small goals. Hugs.

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Happy Holidays all~ my issue is I've had a pattern for past 2 yrs now of losing and gaining wt. I got down to 175 in july & now my weight is on the fence 189/190. I really want this to be the year i finally lose those stubborn pounds.I'm 38 and have spent my 30's overweight. How do I get past my failed attempts to lose wt.and reach my goals? I kind of have a workout plan, my diet could use some tweaking, but overall I'm trying to do better than i did yesturday. Help, I want to be a sparks success story... emoticon

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Hello Rose.

Firstly, I hope everything will go well with your husband this coming week. Do keep us posted on how he's doing.

Secondly, you do have a lot that hold you back but that does not mean that you cannot surmount this. I don't know much about the conditions you have but I will insert some links below according to the condition that you have and you can choose one or a couple of these teams who have similar interests. If they're on Spark People, they want to lose weight also therefore want to reach their goals also.

Here's a link for Fibromyalgia page with different teams to choose from:

www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_s
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A page full of information on IBS:

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/health_
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Now, for depression, you have a great choice of teams to choose from:

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You have a right to looking good and feeling well. Now is the time to do it! Read up on people who have succeeded and are still continuing to lose. You want to get back on the wagon, it's up to YOU! (but if you need help, I'm always here for you).

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Hi,
I really really want to lose weight. When I started last March, I was doing great then went on holidays. I was still doing great. Then I came home and lost interest. I keep trying to get back on the wagon. I start and then a few days later I am back to eating. I feel like I am starving all the time. I still drink a lot of water but probably not as much as I should. May be that is what it is with the cold weather coming. I have Fibromyalgia, IBS and depression with a lot of pain and meds. My hubby is ill and will be going into the hospital for an operation next week. I guess all these things add up. I just want to lose about 75 lbs. To look and feel good. I know there are a lot of stressors here right now but, I just want to get back on the wagon. Thanks for listening.
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12/4/10 6:43 P

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I forgot to measure myself right when i started, because i couldnt find my tape measure after our move, but i did so on the second of december, so we'll see how its going after my husband and I get back from vacation (january 9th) I really like that idea of trying on smaller clothes and then trying them on again later and feeling fantastic that they finally fit again. I donated most of my skinny clothes after resigning myself to be a size 18 before we moved, but Im sure i can find something. I really appreciate you taking the time to help me out and remind me to stick with it, so emoticon

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12/4/10 6:26 P

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I hope that you are not relying solely on your scale because scales can play tricks on you. Have you measured yourself (Neck, Chest, Midriff, Waist, Stomach, Hips, Upper Thigh, Knee, Calf, Upper Arm, Forearm)? You would be amazed at the inches you will lose in a matter of time. What I try to do is to measure myself on the 1st of every month, which reminds me that I haven't done that on December 1st. I will do so tomorrow morning. Also, another thing that I do is to take out slightly smaller clothes and try them on and see how they fit now and then you try them on in a month's time. I'll let you in on a secret. I'm now wearing some clothes that I used to wear when I was about 135 lbs and I weigh 149.6 lbs right now. I'm just tighter than I was when I was indeed smaller.

You're doing great with your activity level so keep it up that way. The pounds will come off I can assure you. Hugs.

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oh i'm not the least bit shy :-) I pretty much avoid gyms as far as working out. The first two weeks i was alternating doing the sparkpeople 10 minute kickboxing workout videos with taking my puppy for 40 minute walks with intervals of sprinting in the field. This week i stepped it up a bit because i bought a heart rate monitor that checks your heart rate and tells you how many calories you burn which i've been having fun playing with, so i put that on and put on some music and danced for about 40 minutes trying to maintain a heart rate above 129. So I've been pretty active, so it just doesnt make sence to me why i havent lost even a fraction of a pound since last weeks weigh in. I weigh in at the same time every sunday morning, before eating breakfast or drinking any water. Am I missing something? Am I exercising or eating too much? not enough? The first two weeks I worked out six days a week, and this week (mon-sun) i've worked out all but yesterday. Thank you so much for taking the time to help by the way, I really appreciate it!

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Hello again. You seem to be wise about the eating bit. Now the big question. What are you doing exercise-wise? You do need to get moving by walking, dancing, strength-training, etc. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Anyway, I would like to know exactly what you are doing. Hugs to you.

P.S. If you wish, you can also send me a private message if you feel more comfortable with that.

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so i was looking at it all, and decided to look at my calorie differential, and it looks like an average differential for me is between 500-700 calorie difference, but i saw somewhere that a good differential for losing 1-2 lbs a week is between 500-1000. I'm having a hard time finding actual articles though, any ideas? i've been doing this for just shy of three weeks at this rate and i've lost 1.4 lbs only, and you can fluctuate more than that even during the course of one day lol. thanks for any advice :-)

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yeah i get that you don't want to go into starvation mode, it jsut feels like i'm eating more than i need. I'm not hungry, in fact i have to make myself eat some of those calories near the end lol. I might have to try that peanut butter trick, or maybe even have half a pb&j every once in a while, I do love them :-) Thanks

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Honey, I had the very same problem when I first joined Spark People. Being so determined to lose weight, I forgot to eat according to my new level of activity. Its very important not to put your body in a starvation mode (skipping meals, not eating enough, etc.). Heres my little contribution -- eat some peanut butter (2 tbsps gives you 192 cals and 7 gms of protein! I do this all the time.

Check out the following link about the nutrients needed:
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So far i've lost about two pounds, which is nice, but... I've been having a hard time meeting my calorie goals each day, but I'm not going over, I'm usually just barely meeting my minimum in calories, fats, carbs, and protein. I make sure i always get at least enough to put me in the right range, even when it involves me having a sparkpeople pumpkin spice muffin after dinner with a glass of milk. I'm also exceeding my cardio goals each day, so i should probably up my calorie intake, but i'm having a hard enough time meeting that calorie goal as it is. And it isn't like i'm eating just a salad for lunch, I usually have a turkey and pepper jack cheese roll up, or veggie taco soup. help?


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I'm in total agreement...

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Hi Yiche
Yes I have read the article and although I agree with some comments made about moderation in all things I know if that principle came easily to me personally I wouldn't be on SP & I wouldn't be the size I am today (that statement is a big reality check for me).
I therefore decided to give up coffee completely because I drank so much of it.
The headaches and feeling generally awful have now passed and I feel myself again but so much calmer.
Thank you again for both articles. My friend & I walk every morning to ensure we do the 10000 steps a day and I know I feel more energised this week than I have previously (whether I'm getting better at walking or my body is getting a better oxygen supply). So for me stopping coffee altogether feels very much the right thing to do.
Anything that can leave you feeling so ill and actually in pain when withdrawn from use has to be viewed with some degree of caution in my book.


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Hello WILLOW-WALKING! I found another article on Spark People where they mention that drinking coffee before a workout may not be recommended for some. Here it goes:

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How is it going anyway? I have cut back considerably and will continue as such. Hugs.

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If you wear a pedometer, how will you be able to calculate your fitness minutes? I wear one all the time to ensure that I get my 10,000 steps in every day (sometimes I fail). The 10,000 steps gives me about 3.5 miles because of the stride that I have. I usually do that distance in about 1 hour.

One thing with exercise is that it will oxygenate your body as you go along and you will feel less tired as you improve. Initially, you may feel some aches and pains but you do need to stretch when you feel those without pushing. Do check the videos available under Healthy Lifestyle above. They are great and differ in length (some are 5 mins, some 10 and others 15 mins). I am 62 y.o. and I feel like I'm 25 again despite being overweight. I feel great.

Do keep me posted! Many hugs.

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Ok, so I have a fitness question... I tried finding the answer in the articles but couldn't. My fitness activity before I started SP was non-existant and was actually the reason I decided to join up, rather than weight loss. I'm a summer camp counselor and last summer I was having a REALLY hard time keeping up with the teenagers I'm in charge of. :|

I just started a new job (about 2 weeks ago) and I walk almost constantly. It's exhausting me. However, I've noticed some improvement in the last few days, so I think my body is adjusting to all this physical activity finally.

I fear that if I start on an exercise routine, that I won't have the stamina I need to get through my 8 hours of rushing around at work. So, I was thinking of buying a pedometer and keeping track of my steps while I'm at work. Can this count as fitness minutes?

After 2011 rolls in, I think I'm going to start going to the gym with my neighbor but I don't want to wait that long to start getting fitness minutes. I work in retail, so right now is about the worst time to start adding anything new to my schedule.

So, does a job that involves a lot of walking/lifting/squatting count as fitness? And if so, how do I track it on SP?

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11/22/10 10:00 A

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WOW!! Thank you so much for finding this information for me Yiche12.

Coffee is off the shopping list as of today.....

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Well I did find an interesting article online on drinking coffee. You have to decide for yourself. I know that I am going to cut back and some...

www.ivillage.com/does-coffee-habit-s
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Hello there. I am going to inquire as to your question and will get back to you. As for me, I do drink one cup of moderate black and unsweetened coffee every morning and tea follows during the day. I strongly believe in moderation in everything. If I dare have a second cup, I may not be able to sleep at night. Yes, it's that bad because it is a stimulant. Anyway, I will get back to you. Hugs.

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Hi

This is only my first week so I apologise if this question sounds stupid...

I drink coffee, black, no sugar & very weak but in the mornings especially I drink loads of the stuff.

My problem is I seem to think, having used SP for such a short time, that the intake of coffee is not a good thing. Am I right in thinking this and if so why does coffee hold you back when trying to loose weight?
I have tried to drink other things such as hot water over fresh lemon slices (this gave me heart burn)& tea which I hate but I really do like my coffee.
Any help on this topic would be very much appreciated
Thank you Sandie

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Thanks! I'll try - and congrats on your weight loss progress -- impressive!

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I cannot help you with that question but you could ask our technical help if this is feasible.

From the Start Page
Go to Green Section entitled My Community.
Go to the very bottom and you will see Main Message Board Page.
Click on that link.
Scroll down to Get Help Here at Site/Technical Help.

They usually answer quite promptly.

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Hi - I am wondering if there is a way to interface my new Omron HJ-720ITC to this website to download directly rather than typing in my stats? That would be awesome!

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Good show JSANDERS420!

The only way to do it is to try. Hugs.

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I got it. No problems now.

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I have been trying to send spark recipes to my meal planner but I can't find them when I look. I am picking the day I want them on. This is a great site.

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Please reply to this and put forth your query or where we can help you. Someone will come right along and respond. emoticon

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