kaithekai
Joined September 2018
Posts
46
Following
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Followers
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Weight History

Start Weight
213.8 lb
Lost so far: 44.5 lb

Current Weight
169.3 lb
Performance: losing 0.3 lb a week

Goal Weight
160.9 lb
Still to go: 8.4 lb
Been struggling with weight since I was a child. Lost a lot of weight when I was 16 (dropped from 130 kg to 90), but got injured and hovered around the 90 to 100 kg mark for years. Now at 29, I started getting serious about following a whole foods plant-based diet, and have not been regretting it.

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Daily weights
I weigh every day, but take the average over a week to see how much my weight changes long-term. This way, day-to-day fluctuations are smoothed out.
posted 10 Jul 2019, 18:38
Need Motivation
I'd say stop trying to socialize with shitty co-workers and get some friends that are supportive. Even better if they have similar goals and interest in a healthy lifestyle. When people tell you that you're the defining factor of your success, it does not have to mean you have to be strong at all times. I can also mean that you're responsible for the kind of people you surround yourself with.
posted 28 Jun 2019, 07:28
Weight Loss - Fitness
I'd also advise trying to get into lifting weights. Cardio usually burns more calories in the short term, but building more muscle is the better long term investment.

I'd say "get a trainer", but there are so many bad ones out there. Nothing really beats doing your own research. A program I think is good for everyone just starting out (except maybe those with a history of major injuries), is "Starting Strength". The diet advise is rubbish, but the biomechanical explanations of exercises and the workout plan is good.
posted 21 Jun 2019, 19:46
How much CARB per day?
Want to lose weight? Eat as much carbs as you like if it fits into your calories and you still get 0.8g protein/kg body weight.
posted 18 Jun 2019, 05:43
percentages don;t add up in the app
The percentage is not based on weight, but on calories. Fat has more calories for the same weight.
posted 17 Jun 2019, 06:20
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