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Spacey47

Joined: Apr 12
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Posted: 19 Dec 2012, 16:51
since reaching and going under my goal weight by 4 lbs i have eased off on the measuring calories and with xmas coming i am eating a bit more freely but not crazily so.

i am however training just as hard if not harder and am maintaining a good condition.

this year i went from a heavy weight to inbetween a middle and super middleweight in boxing terms
next summer i intend to be a welterwight Smile

what are your goals once you hit your target look/weight/size

eKatherine

Joined: Aug 12
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Posted: 19 Dec 2012, 16:56
I started at about 200 pounds, a size 18W. Previously I had been as high as 2X.

I am presently at size 12 and 153.8 pounds.

My goal is size 8, 123 pounds, and healthy bodyfat level. I will start monitoring the bodyfat when the calipers arrive. I will probably adjust my goal as I get closer to it. It is quite likely that all those goals will not coincide precisely.
jonnybadback

Joined: Aug 12
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Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 03:44
I started at 220lb i am now 186lb. I am 6'2" (nearly) and have got into my bmi. I i had great weight loss to start and have slowed my loss right down to losing only a small amount each week. Over xmas i will enjoy what's on offer but i wot be over indulging and will continue with my program. if my weight goes up so be it but i won't lose any sleep as my wife says i look like a stick insect already lol. i have around a pound left til my target weight and when reached i will set a target of another 5lb then tat will be it when reached. i started weight loss in august. i know i could have hit my proposed target weeks ago but decided to slow things down so as to sustain the weight loss which has worked for me.
Stetter

Joined: Nov 12
Posts: 21

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Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 13:39
My goal is to lose 35 lbs through CONSISTENT exercise and eating less. Through Christmas I will continue to walk/run 3-5 miles 5 times a week and mindfully indulge in the holiday treats.



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