It's all about control

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Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 11:07
No matter what you are doing, no matter what you eat or exercise, finally it come all down to your self control.

You are in charge of everything. I know that very well from my self. I am a stress eater> If under much pressure from the job i start eating at nigh, find excuses not to exercise anymore, find excuses for heavy food and fat and chocolate.

I was in such a period from Beginning of 2012 till end 2012 and i gained about 13 kg, 26 pounds, or 29 lbs....great...all about control and life
I really like fatsecret, you record anything(never cheat e situation.
your self) and it shows you the uncovered truth. i believe as more detailed you do it as more you are into it and as more you can work with it successful. Its give me pressure when i type my food in and see the calories bump up and start to think how to contain it within my target to lower my intake to 50 % of the shown calories.
And i nearly make it every day and I am happy with it.

When i reach my target weight of 85 kg, i will try to do the 80 kg which was every my dream weight. I am sure i can do it, i want to look good for my new love. She is as well a great push, she is super fit, BMI under 20, a hardbody like out of the book, not a single pound fat on her ...lets do that...we can all go there and be as good as that .....Rudy

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Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 11:13
That's exactly right, what fatsecret does is hold up your actions so that you can't
Fake or ignore what YOU are really doing

No excuses, no mumbo jumbo just facts


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Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 12:55
Yep, and for those that say "I don't know why I'm gaining weight, I'm not eating that much and I do some exercise...."

Someone who is busier than you is working out right now.
There will come a day when you can no longer do this. Today is not that day.

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