Mamachickpea
Joined January 2013
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170.0 lb
Lost so far: 30.0 lb

Current Weight
140.0 lb
Performance: losing 7.0 lb a week

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135.0 lb
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Belly fat over 50
I read "Burn the fat, feed the muscle" by Tom Venuto. It is a bit of a self help approach to fitness but has some great advice and programs to work to. It has been very successful for me - might be worth a look.
posted 15 Jul 2016, 17:43
Long Term Permannent success is Possible
Philmck - the words "foolish", "stupid", "small minded" and "choking on your own advice" when responding to someone's opinion struck me as a little negative.
posted 14 Jul 2016, 18:10
Long Term Permannent success is Possible
Spacey48. It is a shame that this string has become so negative. What you have given out is a selection of useful and realistic tips for those who want to adopt a healthy lifestyle whilst accepting that sometimes in life there are times when it is ok for whatever reason to indulge and sometimes overindulge. Total avoidance is not the key to sustained weight loss or maintenance. Long term (i.e. 10, 20 years or more) includes the occasional treat for most of us. Whilst some people can be evangelical in the early years of dramatic weight loss there are very few that can adopt that lifestyle on a permanent basis. Well done for sharing your honest opinion.
posted 14 Jul 2016, 17:32
How to ensure no muscle loss in Atkins
smughal wrote:
Will consider your suggestion, currently i am doing brisk walk for 45 min on daily basis

In that case is there any possibility that you can incorporate any uphill sections on your walks. I think this adds resistance and will increase muscle strength.
posted 13 Feb 2013, 08:17
How to ensure no muscle loss in Atkins
You need to lift weights - I do a class at my gym called body pump which is weightlifting to music. It s amazing what a difference it has made. Though not on Atkins I am sure all my weight loss is fat not muscle.
posted 13 Feb 2013, 00:51
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