Joined April 2010
Weight History

Start Weight
168.2 lb
Lost so far: 22.5 lb

Current Weight
145.7 lb
Performance: losing 0.5 lb a week

Goal Weight
130.1 lb
Still to go: 15.7 lb
20yo // Married // Full Time Working // Aussie

I used to be extremely fit, so fit I never gave a seconds thought about what I ate because my metabolism just zapped away 24/7.
Marriage changes so much in your life! that, full time work and a knee injury and a bad diet have led to a big weight gain.

I want to detox my body, get fit and healthy. Now I want to make sure I feed my body clean fresh produce and work out effectively.
By Christmas I hope to be about 10kg lighter, and by my 21st Birthday in March 2012 I hope to have reached my weightloss goal, completeded the minimum of my detoxing and reached a new level of fitness and happiness.


JordoSkinny's Weight History

JordoSkinny's Latest Member Challenges

  No Soda/Pop for 12 weeks
status: Completed
ended: 21 Nov 11
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  No Sweets for 4 Weeks Experiment
status: Completed
ended: 26 Sep 11
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losing the will to eat
I wish I could give you a little more help on breaking the cycle! I know realising that you are doing it is a big step, maybe you want to change your approach? In the beginning calorie counting is great because most people dont realise how much they eat and what foods have what in them, maybe now you need to make your focus more on what you are eating and finding new recipes that excite you more that what your exact intake is?
Ive started doing this and if it werent for fat secret i wouldnt know what my intake was but surprisinly its been within in a good range... hope that helps a bit =)
posted 04 Sep 2011, 02:21
losing the will to eat
Are you feeling anxious, paranoid or obsessed with losing weight? I know I did last year, I was losing weight and I just needed to see the scales drop- I lost the urge to eat because I was scared to overeat,

Do you think it might be the same?
posted 03 Sep 2011, 17:02
Not happy? Any advice?
Would you mind sharing the website you are basing your body fat percentage from?

i just got my BCA done by a fitness director so i want to see if the web will be accurate or not- If I were you id see someone to do a BCA so you get all of the figures for your body =) I did it and it cost me AU$36
posted 02 Sep 2011, 22:51
Not happy? Any advice?
glowstix wrote:
hummm... i dont want to look too muscular tho--any ideas? i do yoga already. it's so weird to me that my body fat can be so high when my bmi is 17.6... URG! it's frustrating!!

Well firstly these are two different things, and a BMI is not an accurate way to measure fat, muscle etc. My mate's BMI has him as overwight when he is just a rippling ball of muscle, so you really shouldnt care about that. Go off your body fat percentage and water levels etc, and measurements instead of the scales (seeing as you are now at your goal weight Im guessing its about appearence and health for you now, not just a number?)

posted 02 Sep 2011, 22:46
Interesting article: Eat a lighter lunch and lose weight
Definately =)

you are SO write though!!! There is a guy at work who considers himself the know all on eating well - if you bring a healthy salad to work he will criticise it- All he seems to eat is protein shakes, broccoli and chicken and lots of multivitamins. I just ignore him, he may be fitter than me but he is wrong- proof of that- he know has a stomach ulcer! I feel bad for him but you can eat that many synthetic tablets and think that is healthy!!!
posted 31 Aug 2011, 04:48
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