It's true, they do acheive that kind of weightloss on the Biggest Loser, but those people are also working out for like 8 hours a day. I'm sure we could all lose that much weight if we could put in that sort of time!
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If you ate something the night before the first week with a lot of sodium it could have been water weight. Sometimes if I eat something full of sodium my weight can fluxuate almost 6 lbs. So it is possible you really didn't gain that weight. Anyway who cares why just take that great weight loss and run with it!!!! GREAT JOB
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Saturday, January 10 I stood on the scale and saw that I weighed 216lbs. I had gained another 4lbs! I did not want to hit 220 so I decided to start back on the spark diet. Now keep in mind this was only 8 days ago. I stood on the scale this morning praying I had lost my 2 lbs this week and to my suprise the scale read 206lbs! At first I thought my scale was screwed up so I went to my over to my dad's house and used his and it read 205lbs! Is it true...could I have lost 10lbs in 1 week?? I thought maybe I had read the scale wrong when I weighed myself 8 days ago...but that seems unlikely. What are your thoughts??? Is this possible??? I have been working out and tracking all of my calories doing my best to stay in range. Maybe my body is in shock! LOL
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