I just finished my first day of reset and I am down 2 pounds! Can't wait to see my numbers at the end of the week. I love the PINK Method program because it actually does live up to the hype that is given to it.
Pounds lost: 0.0
Fitness Minutes: (60) Posts: 6 9/11/12 1:57 P
I originally started PINK Method December 19, 2011. I had lost 32 pounds. Then summer hit, this lead to a lot of ice cream and cupcakes, and barbecues, and before I knew it, I had gained back 13 pounds... so needless to say I am back on program, and I have quite a bit of weight to lose. This time around I have set a goal for about 60 pounds of weight loss. I find it easier to lost weight in the winter, because I am not as keen on going outside, so I just stay in the house, eat healthy and work out. SO, I expect to lose close to 40 pounds by the end of January. I am seriously looking forward to this and discussing my progress and your progress with all of you!Go Team! haha
Pounds lost: 0.0
Fitness Minutes: (55) Posts: 43 5/28/12 12:11 P
I am up to 7lbs lost now, I plateued the last couple of days but I did have a cookie :( I don't know if it's stress from my husband being away or it's my body freaking out about the low calorie diet. Last time I did a diet that started with a low-cal & high protein my kidneys almost shut down.
The matrix says I'm supposed to stay on this for 14 days, but I'm wondering if I should skip that recommendation and start Phase 1 with increased calories.
There is also a little part of me that is wondering if I should just skip it all together and go with the spark people plan. It means my weight won't drop as quick, but I won't have to worry about not getting enough calories. What should I do? :(
current weight: 179.4
Fitness Minutes: (55) Posts: 43 5/24/12 2:40 P
I'm on week one of the Reset and I've lost 5lbs so far! I know I shouldn't check the scale every day but I get so so excited to see it slowly melt off. I had a really bad headache the past couple days but today I feel so full of energy! I did a bunch of cleaning and I'm starting to get really excited about starting Phase 1.
I have been in the reset phase on/off for almost four weeks. I had a few setbacks (car accident and i work a night shift!) I've lost about 6.8 pounds according to the scale but I'm not noticing anything, anyone else having that problem?
I am still committed to the program, I'm going to stay in reset for for a few more weeks w/added exercise.
current weight: 122.4
Fitness Minutes: (65,965) Posts: 3,209 3/4/12 2:13 P
my schedule got really hectic there for a while so i am restarting my phase 1.
I still find each day too short for all the thoughts I want to think, all the walks I want to take, all the books I want to read, and all the friends I want to see. -- John Burroughs, essayist and naturalist
Don't postpone joy until you have learned all of your lessons. Joy is your lesson. -- Alan Cohen, American businessman
What I lack in decorum, I make up for with an absence of tact. --Don Williams, Jr., American novelist and poet
I am starting the reset again, I orginally lost 10 pounds and gained 4 back. It is really hard for me to get the water in, I am always out driving and cant stop every 10 minutes to go to the bathroom so I am having a hard time with that. The water is the key. So today I am doing the reset until I lose 6 more pounds. I am excited about this program because it does work..... moving forward.
Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood. Ralph Waldo Emerson
I an restarting my reset today. I had surgery going on a month now and had stop midway during Phase 1. Cynthia told me not to reset more than my 14 day so I have not been following the program 100%. I am ready to get back on track since my last visit with the surgeon will be Tuesday. I can't wait to eat the amazing foods I have been cooking on reset. I only gained back 3 of the 10 I lost so it was not so bad. How is everyone doing?
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