This Challenge ended 3 years ago

About this Challenge:

This is an alternating Low Calorie and High Calories Diet with Up/Down Cal Days. Google JUDD if interested and join me!!

Final Challenge Progress Results

bluey1975 Total Progress: 10.44 %  (Down 19.0 lb)
Beeb Total Progress: 7.99 %  (Down 11.8 lb)
glamma Total Progress: 5.97 %  (Down 10.2 lb)
esch81 Total Progress: 4.00 %  (Down 5.8 lb)
mysarita88 Total Progress: 2.04 %  (Down 2.2 lb)
Macaronimel Total Progress: 0.83 %  (Up 1.0 lb)

Completed Mini-Challenges

Weeks 1 to 12

Alternating high and low calories days with room for a Medium Day when needed.

Guidelines:
Use your calories wisely on your Down Day and DON'T over eat keeping your calories about twice as much on your Up Days.
62% Successful

Latest Results Feedback

Failed: 07 Sep 11 by mysarita88
"not really keeping track of this anymore :S"


Weeks 1 to 12

Try to keep your calories between 500 and 700 calories on Down Days and up to 2000 on Up Days

Guidelines:
Plan your Down Day menu! It helps by keeping in control of what you are REALLY eating!
66% Successful

Latest Results Feedback



Weeks 1 to 12

Keep track of foods with an food log or online food journal.

Guidelines:
There are so great sites online for tracking your food and recipes. Fitday, My Fat Secret, Livestrong, Daily Plate, just to name a few. Find one that fits you and your lifestyle.
81% Successful

Latest Results Feedback



Weeks 1 to 12

Drink lot of liquids and exercise a little each day.

Guidelines:
Do some kind of exercise, at least 15 minutes a day. And don't forget to drink! Often times we are really thirsty and not hungry.
96% Successful

Latest Results Feedback

Successful: 07 Sep 11 by mysarita88
"this is something that i do consistently. if i know i won't be able to ..."


Weeks 1 to 12

Enjoy NOT being hungry!

Guidelines:
This will happen so don't push yourself to eat! Eat only when you are hungry! And if you are not, don't sweat it! Your body will tell you when to eat, just listen and it DOESN'T have to be a breakfast/lunch/dinner type thing.
88% Successful

Latest Results Feedback

Successful: 07 Sep 11 by mysarita88
"i only eat when i'm hungry."


Latest Challenge Posts

Intermittent fasting
No, this is eating at regular times and when you are hungry, but eating low calorie every other day to keep your body guessing and help to re-start a slow metabolism. There is no fasting with JUDDD, ...
by Beeb on 09 Aug 11 10:39 PM

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 Challenge Ended

This challenge ended on Tuesday 01 November 2011.

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Challenge Info

status: Completed
ended: 31 Oct 11
duration: 12 Weeks
reporting: Once a Week
participants: 12
privacy: Public
administrators: Beeb
created: 01 August 2011

All Mini-challenges:

1. Alternating high and low calories days with room for a Medium Day when needed. ( weeks 1 to 12 )
2. Try to keep your calories between 500 and 700 calories on Down Days and up to 2000 on Up Days ( weeks 1 to 12 )
3. Keep track of foods with an food log or online food journal. ( weeks 1 to 12 )
4. Drink lot of liquids and exercise a little each day. ( weeks 1 to 12 )
5. Enjoy NOT being hungry! ( weeks 1 to 12 )


Rolling Challenge Performance:

The week to week running total weight lost

Week 12:

All Participants 2.39 %  (Down 48.0 lb)

Week 11:

All Participants 2.31 %  (Down 46.4 lb)

Week 10:

All Participants 2.10 %  (Down 42.2 lb)

Week 9:

All Participants 2.14 %  (Down 43.0 lb)

Week 8:

All Participants 1.91 %  (Down 38.4 lb)

Week 7:

All Participants 1.76 %  (Down 35.4 lb)

Week 6:

All Participants 1.73 %  (Down 34.8 lb)

Week 5:

All Participants 1.14 %  (Down 23.0 lb)

Week 4:

All Participants 0.92 %  (Down 18.5 lb)

Week 3:

All Participants 0.99 %  (Down 19.9 lb)

Week 2:

All Participants 0.48 %  (Down 9.6 lb)

Week 1:

All Participants 0.37 %  (Down 7.5 lb)

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