jm1111

Start Weight:(15 Jan 16) 199.0 lb
Current Weight:(03 Feb 16) 192.0 lb
Goal Weight:175.0 lb
following: jm1111's own diet
performance: losing 2.0 lb a week

FatSecret member since: 20 Feb 11

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jm1111's Latest Member Challenges

230
  Lose 1lb per week - 12 week challenge
status: In Progress
currently: Week 5 of 12
end date: Monday 04 Apr 16
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169
  Track Your Food
status: Completed
ended: 28 Apr 14
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INSANITY!!!
I tried the P90X and got to the 4th day before I got injured and couldn't workout for a couple of weeks. I wish I had thought better about how to transition into the workouts. You really need to be careful when building a fitness base.
posted 24 Mar 2014, 21:01
Basal metabolic rate
Jane that's a great place to start with a goal of 1600 calories. The fact that you are recording what you eat goes a long way when dieting. It is good that you weight training included, this will help burn calories while at rest. Personally I don't even count all the "Sleeping, Resting, Driving" activities as they are far too subjective. Good Luck
posted 13 Mar 2014, 20:13
Counting calories when dining out
Fries? oh I miss fries.
posted 13 Mar 2014, 20:05
Counting calories when dining out
This is always a difficult one for me too. I have gotten better at judging what a cup of rice is or a 8 oz cut of meat, but when you get a complex dish like Mahi Mahi stuffed crab who knows how much of each there is and what is in the sauce. Generally sauces are bad. A couple things you can do is you can look at a menu online ahead of time and try to make a "sensible" choice and build the meal log. Salads are good because you only have to worry about the dressing and you can get that on the side.
what tends to happen for me is I do the best I can, and I usually skip entering everything and if I notice my weight loss stalls after a couple of meals out then I have to modify what I am ordering and eating. Good Luck.
posted 13 Mar 2014, 17:04
Basal metabolic rate
You could start with the "at rest" and "sleeping" calories burned and give yourself a target calorie intake and if you are losing 1-2 pounds a week then it is accurate. If you are not making progress then you may need to change your target.

For me I set my daily calories burned to 1 kcal per day, then only include my exercises. Then I don't spend so much time worrying about the BMR.
posted 06 Mar 2014, 17:45
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03 February 2016

Purchased the book "Always Hungry" I need to find a way once I have reached my weight goal to change my diet, habits in order to stay at my weight goal.
on diet jm1111's own diet  losing 2.0 lb a week

26 January 2016

Trying to not obsess so much on the diet. It seems I am bugging some of my best supporters but all I think about is eating. Aaaaaagh.
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