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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #800 on: August 31, 2018, 07:19:18 AM »
Congratulations to @MrsWolfeRN and @rab-bit ! I find the success stories to be really motivating, so keep 'em coming!

As for me, I'm finally below 70kg! The last time that I was at this weight I must have been more muscular, because my waist is jigglier than I remember it being. Back to the weight room for me!

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #801 on: August 31, 2018, 09:23:49 AM »
Monthly update for August:

11/26/2017     253.4
08/31/2018     193.8      25.7% BF

Total of 60 pounds lost now and I finally cracked the 200-pound barrier this month.

That is incredible progress, congratulations! Have you had to adjust your intake / activity levels as you weigh so much less now than you did?

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #802 on: August 31, 2018, 10:00:59 AM »
Thanks, @dreadmoose!

My diet might be a little different than some others. Basically, I decided what weight I wanted to be, figured out the maintenance calories for that weight (2000 is what I came up with, though I realize now that may be a little low), then started eating that many calories per day. It was tough at the beginning but over the first month or two I was able to define a new eating routine that worked for me within the 2000 calorie limit.. I have also increased my activity level but it is still nothing crazy, mainly 30 minutes per day walking at a fast pace.

Sorry, this is probably more information than you wanted but it's worked well for me and I believe that it's sustainable. Honestly, it has been much easier than I thought it would be, so now I wish I had done this years ago!

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #803 on: August 31, 2018, 10:28:44 AM »
Thanks, @dreadmoose!

My diet might be a little different than some others. Basically, I decided what weight I wanted to be, figured out the maintenance calories for that weight (2000 is what I came up with, though I realize now that may be a little low), then started eating that many calories per day. It was tough at the beginning but over the first month or two I was able to define a new eating routine that worked for me within the 2000 calorie limit.. I have also increased my activity level but it is still nothing crazy, mainly 30 minutes per day walking at a fast pace.

Sorry, this is probably more information than you wanted but it's worked well for me and I believe that it's sustainable. Honestly, it has been much easier than I thought it would be, so now I wish I had done this years ago!

That was exactly what I was asking about, thanks for sharing! I did the same last year but had to adjust another 200 calories down to keep the weight loss going near the end. 2000 would be a hard deficit, great work keeping it up! I also added walking in to my daily routine but have fallen off that a bit lately as I switch to maintenance and trying to gain some muscle instead.

You're inspiring, keep it up!

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #804 on: September 01, 2018, 06:54:23 AM »
Jan 30:  178
Feb 12:  174
Feb 19:  174
Feb 26:  174
March 4: 173.2
March 11:  174
March 18:  172.4
March 25:  171.6
April 1:  169.5
May 1: 168.5
June 1: 166

Sept 1: 164

I haven't chimed in in a while. Went on vacation in June and went backwards. July was basically a draw. Busted my butt in August and finally nudged the scale back down again. I can tell I'm stronger now but I'm really disappointed with the speed of my weightloss at this point.  My initial goal for the year was 5 lbs a month and I'm far below that. I'm 4 lbs above a "normal" bmi and 24 lbs above my "I'll reevaluate my goal when I get there" goal, and 34 lbs over my "pie in the sky what I think I'd really like to weigh" goal.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #805 on: September 03, 2018, 08:00:58 AM »
I've been searching around for this thread, but alas, the search function of this forum is the weakest aspect.

Anyway!  My goal is to lose 10% of my body weight this year (goal weight: 121.3lbs, stretch goal: 118 lbs).  I started in April (really a baseline month to track what I was eating and how much/little I was moving).  Really got to work a few weeks later.

UPDATED
4/9/18     134.8
4/16/18   133.6
4/23/18   133.6
4/30/18   133.8
5/7/18     133.6
5/14/18   131.4
5/21/18   132.0
5/28/18   131.4
6/4/18     130.8
6/11/18   128.4
6/18/18   127.8
6/25/18   127.0
7/2/18     126.8
7/9/18     125.8
7/16/18   125.8
7/23/18   124.4
7/30/18   122.8
8/6/18     122.4
8/13/18   120.8
8/20/18   119.6
8/27/18   119.4
9/3/18     118.2

I'm going to call this a win - WEIGHT ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED.
Next up is maintenance of this weight and starting to get a bit of conditioning in.

Thanks for this Throw-down-the-gauntlet-thread and good luck to the rest of you here!!

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #806 on: September 03, 2018, 08:25:40 AM »
- WEIGHT ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED.
Next up is maintenance of this weight and starting to get a bit of conditioning in.

Thanks for this Throw-down-the-gauntlet-thread and good luck to the rest of you here!!

Congratulations ToughMother!! Good luck with the maintenance!

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #807 on: September 03, 2018, 09:36:44 AM »
- WEIGHT ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED.
Next up is maintenance of this weight and starting to get a bit of conditioning in.

Thanks for this Throw-down-the-gauntlet-thread and good luck to the rest of you here!!

Congratulations ToughMother!! Good luck with the maintenance!

Thanks so much @Sun Hat !! I've appreciated this thread and the monthlies you've done.  Got me to where I needed to be!!

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #808 on: September 04, 2018, 05:50:18 AM »
Jan 30:  178
Feb 12:  174
Feb 19:  174
Feb 26:  174
March 4: 173.2
March 11:  174
March 18:  172.4
March 25:  171.6
April 1:  169.5
May 1: 168.5
June 1: 166

Sept 1: 164

I haven't chimed in in a while. Went on vacation in June and went backwards. July was basically a draw. Busted my butt in August and finally nudged the scale back down again. I can tell I'm stronger now but I'm really disappointed with the speed of my weightloss at this point.  My initial goal for the year was 5 lbs a month and I'm far below that. I'm 4 lbs above a "normal" bmi and 24 lbs above my "I'll reevaluate my goal when I get there" goal, and 34 lbs over my "pie in the sky what I think I'd really like to weigh" goal.

That sucks. I'm in the same boat and have basically declared this the summer of "Well, at least I didn't gain weight". Not sure what I need to do to get back on track, but thought I'd leave this here:


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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #809 on: September 04, 2018, 07:44:52 AM »
Oh man!  That was perfect since I've got work happy hour/dinner tomorrow and then 5 days of out of town wedding/family reunion. I've done great so far in September! I don't expect the train to derail until the 5th!

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #810 on: September 09, 2018, 08:11:44 AM »
Starting weight: 120.7kg
Last weight: 112.6kg
Current weight: 108.8kg

Iíve been sick on-off for the last few weeks (including tonsillitis for the last week). Iím assuming thatís why Iíve lost that weight when I really havenít been trying (that and Iíd put on a bit prior to then).

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #811 on: September 10, 2018, 08:51:39 AM »
May 7 - 133.4 lbs
May 18 - 131.6 lbs
July 12 - 130.2 lbs
July 26 - 128.6 lbs
August 18 - 127 lbs

September 10 - 126.2 lbs

I'm gaining a lot of muscles so I suppose this pace is ok.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #812 on: September 17, 2018, 08:50:00 AM »
May 7 - 133.4 lbs
May 18 - 131.6 lbs
July 12 - 130.2 lbs
July 26 - 128.6 lbs
August 18 - 127 lbs
September 10 - 126.2 lbs

September 17 - 125 lbs

New number on the scale.   Don't know how long it'll hang around considered that I finished an entire bag of chocolate truffles in the last 2 days.  But I'm enjoying it for now.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #813 on: September 19, 2018, 05:10:41 AM »
Starting weight: 120.7kg
Last weight: 108.8kg
Current weight: 108.5kg

No longer sick and now trying to eat better. A bit strange that I managed to lose 3-4kg in three weeks without trying last month, but I'm assuming that's the whole 'being sick' thing. I plateaued/gained a bit over winter so now it's spring it's time to work on it.

Haven't been on the bike for a few weeks as a result. That may change tomorrow.

One pair of trousers that were too tight in January are now slightly too loose. Most of the weight seems to have gone from my thighs/arse and not so much from the waist.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #814 on: September 24, 2018, 04:55:24 PM »
For those who wear wedding rings and who have lost significant weight -- how did you handle your ring getting loose?   

I'm worried that one day soon my rings will just fall off. I love wearing them but might have to stop until I stabilize... and that might not be for a year or two.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #815 on: September 25, 2018, 04:57:44 AM »
Starting weight: 120.7kg
Last weight: 108.5kg
Current weight: 108.3kg

Itís progress :)

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #816 on: September 25, 2018, 06:14:47 AM »
For those who wear wedding rings and who have lost significant weight -- how did you handle your ring getting loose?   

I'm worried that one day soon my rings will just fall off. I love wearing them but might have to stop until I stabilize... and that might not be for a year or two.

I'm not married, but you could wear it on a chain around your neck and get some cheap silicone rings to wear as a placeholder until you're ready to get it refitted.  I think they also sell little things that wrap around the ring to make it tighter, but that might be uncomfortable long term.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #817 on: September 26, 2018, 01:57:55 PM »
For those who wear wedding rings and who have lost significant weight -- how did you handle your ring getting loose?   

I'm worried that one day soon my rings will just fall off. I love wearing them but might have to stop until I stabilize... and that might not be for a year or two.

This has happened to me, I can't wear my wedding ring anymore and have also shrunk below one set of silicon rings.

My plan is to wait until I'm a year stable and then get my initial ring re-sized (I get one free resize). If I shrink / grow beyond that it's sell the original and get something much cheaper than I did in the first place (pre-MMM and still 'only' $500... those last 2 words hurt to say post-MMM turnaround).

I am not that attached to my wedding band, to me it's a symbol of my marriage so a new metal one, or the $2 silicon one I replaced it with for now means the same thing to me.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #818 on: September 29, 2018, 02:59:10 AM »
Monthly update for September:

11/26/2017     253.4
12/31/2017     242.6
01/31/2018     234.8
02/28/2018     224.8
03/31/2018     220.0
04/29/2018     214.4
05/31/2018     209.4
06/30/2018     206.2
07/28/2018     201.6      27.4% BF
08/31/2018     193.8      25.7% BF
09/29/2018     191.2      25.1% BF

September started with an overseas business trip during which it was more difficult to maintain my routine, and I was generally more sloppy with my diet during the rest of the month. So only 2.6 pounds lost, but it's still progress and I will try to re-commit myself in October.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #819 on: October 01, 2018, 10:04:54 AM »
Shockingly, I've got a positive update to share! :-) I've lost about four pounds in September. I typically struggle when I travel for work - the jet lag, the social events/drinking, disruption to my working out/sleeping schedule, and general fatigue when I return. However, this time, due to some stomach issues I'm trying to resolve, I've been avoiding dairy, as well as training for a half marathon. My half marathon training as been admittedly half assed, but I have been running more than usual.   

We're heading to Hawaii around Thanksgiving, so I'd like to lose another four pounds. I need to up my strength training, continue with my diet changes, and keep up the running. After the half is done, I'd like to focus on the 3-5 mile run, consistently being able to run with no walking, even on hilly terrain

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #820 on: October 03, 2018, 06:09:28 PM »
Jan 30:  178
Feb 12:  174
March 4: 173.2
April 1:  169.5
May 1: 168.5
June 1: 166
Sept 1: 164

Oct 1: 158 (ish, realistically. Scale read a bit lower but I don't believe it.)

This is a process of just recommitting over and over again. A long slog.
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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #821 on: October 08, 2018, 04:24:04 AM »
Starting weight: 120.7kg
Last weight: 108.3kg
Current weight: 108.4kg

Oops :)

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #822 on: October 31, 2018, 02:23:44 AM »
Monthly update for October:

11/26/2017     253.4
12/31/2017     242.6
01/31/2018     234.8
02/28/2018     224.8
03/31/2018     220.0
04/29/2018     214.4
05/31/2018     209.4
06/30/2018     206.2
07/28/2018     201.6      27.4% BF
08/31/2018     193.8      25.7% BF
09/29/2018     191.2      25.1% BF
10/31/2018     187.6      24.3% BF

With just two months left in 2018, I may fall a little short of my revised goal of 180 by the end of the year, but considering that my original stretch goal was 200, I can't be too upset about that. Onward and downward!

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #823 on: October 31, 2018, 05:27:09 AM »
Monthly update for October:

11/26/2017     253.4
12/31/2017     242.6
01/31/2018     234.8
02/28/2018     224.8
03/31/2018     220.0
04/29/2018     214.4
05/31/2018     209.4
06/30/2018     206.2
07/28/2018     201.6      27.4% BF
08/31/2018     193.8      25.7% BF
09/29/2018     191.2      25.1% BF
10/31/2018     187.6      24.3% BF

With just two months left in 2018, I may fall a little short of my revised goal of 180 by the end of the year, but considering that my original stretch goal was 200, I can't be too upset about that. Onward and downward!

WOW. That is some consistent progress there. Congratulations!

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #824 on: October 31, 2018, 09:43:59 AM »
Thanks, @asiljoy!

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #825 on: October 31, 2018, 09:51:42 AM »
I haven’t lost much weight unfortunately. It’s due to diet, and not being as careful as I should be with what I’m eating. That said, I am making better choices, am maintaining my weight on the scale, and appear to be recomping a bit. My abs are more visible now and I am gaining some more visible muscle. I’m eating more fruits and upping my protein and starting to snack less. So I’m making slight progress, just not on the scale.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #826 on: November 04, 2018, 05:17:25 AM »
Starting weight: 120.7kg
Last weight: 108.4kg
Current weight: 108.6kg

I've been slacking off so a 200g gain isn't so bad.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #827 on: November 30, 2018, 03:58:56 AM »
November update:

11/26/2017     253.4
12/31/2017     242.6
01/31/2018     234.8
02/28/2018     224.8
03/31/2018     220.0
04/29/2018     214.4
05/31/2018     209.4
06/30/2018     206.2
07/28/2018     201.6      27.4% BF
08/31/2018     193.8      25.7% BF
09/29/2018     191.2      25.1% BF
10/31/2018     187.6      24.3% BF
11/30/2018     186.0      24.0% BF

Considering the Thanksgiving holiday, I'm very happy with 1.6 pounds lost this month. I have also increased my exercise, so hopefully I'm trading some fat for muscle as well.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #828 on: December 20, 2018, 09:15:53 AM »
Curious for everyone's recap for 2018. Please share your successes and your struggles :)

For me, I have been super quiet here because I haven't been able to get my head in the game. I'll be starting a fresh thread for 2019 and plan to be there!

2018 recap:
Gained weight early in the year than battled through the spring/summer to get it off. By August I finally shed 10lbs. Then promptly started piling it back on and it's now all back. So frustrating - I have lost the same 10-20 lbs 3 times now.

Hoping something sticks in my next attempt in 2019! I am so done with all this extra flab.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #829 on: December 20, 2018, 09:50:42 AM »

I look at my body and health as a resource, and a limited one at that. Itís also the single most valuable thing I own and itís wearing out fast. Our bodies donít have a great shelf life, their ďbest beforeĒ is at about 25 yearís old. It takes exceptional care to maintain them in decent condition for 50 years past that point. Neglecting it is the biggest and stupidest waste of resources well beyond any level of face punch worthy spending. (Especially for me, I have an auto immune disease that will rapidly damage my body if I donít take care of myself, but itís still true for everyone)

I love this quote. I have similar health issues plus learned I had crossed over into prediabetes last year. I used a ketogenic diet and reversed the A1C back down to normal (lowest in 4 years).  I assumed that weight loss would follow once I was insulin sensitive, but I kept gaining and losing the same 8 lbs. Maybe I never became insulin sensitive? When I took Christmas off from keto (planned), I spent the past two weeks in pain as a lot of nerve pain and inflammatory symptoms came back.

So, I'm joining for accountability.  Starting weight 1/1/18 153.4lb, currently down to 152 which I'm assuming is water weight from being low carb again.

Weight goal: less than 140 lbs

Strategy:
Food:
Low carb (50g carb).

Cut dairy, eggs and nuts for 1 month. I leaned on these hard to maintain net carbs of 20g last year. I think the dairy and nuts stalled weight loss, and the eggs contributed to inflammation.

Fasting: I did a couple rounds of the fast mimicking diet last year. It was actually harder than just a plain water fast.  I'll try combining the two-2 days of water fast + 2-3 days of FMD once/month.

Movement:

Workout at least 3x/week. I'm starting with New Rules of Lifting for Women. I can either workout at home, at the regular or powerlifting gym at work. None of those places have all of the equipment I need, so I will decide in advance what exercise to substitute rather than use that as an excuse to not work out. For example if there is no squat rack, I can either do goblet squats or split squats with dumbbells, or use a leg press.

Find a sport kettlebell class or teach myself from youtube 1x/week

Yoga 1x/week

Swing dance class at least 1x/week.  Next session starts on the 8th.

>30 min walk at least 3x/week, regardless of weather.  I already do this, because I'll walk to the grocery store, library etc.  When it started getting really cold these past couple of weeks, I planned to substitute the elliptical for walking.  Nope. I couldn't bring myself to do it.

2018 recap:
I stuck with low carb with a few higher carb meals for special occasions, but added calorie counting.  I got below 140lb in September and am currently 134.8, so I met my weight goal for the year. Yay! I'm reading my post from January that talked about nerve pain and inflammation, and I can't remember what pain I was thinking of at the time.  I'm going to count that long term absence of pain as a non scale victory.

I added back nuts, dairy and eggs several months ago. I don't see any difference in weight loss, but have seen some autoimmune issues flare up as a result. I'm planning another 30 day dairy restriction in January to confirm the link.

Fasting: Since I've started counting calories (~1200-1300/day), I've had a hard time fasting.  So I no longer plan fasts. It doesn't feel healthy (mentally) for me right now.

Workouts: I completed the New Rules of Lifting workouts then didn't do any lifting for two months because I didn't have any structure for programming workouts by myself.  I'm starting the book workouts again while I figure out what I want to do long term. I've been inconsistent on yoga and kettlebells. I haven't gone swing dancing all year.  Next year I'll look into exploring a different style of dance to shake things up.  Walking has been great.  I just got new wireless headphones so I can start listening to podcasts while I walk.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #830 on: December 31, 2018, 05:07:23 AM »
December and year-end update:

11/26/2017     253.4
12/31/2017     242.6
01/31/2018     234.8
02/28/2018     224.8
03/31/2018     220.0
04/29/2018     214.4
05/31/2018     209.4
06/30/2018     206.2
07/28/2018     201.6      27.4% BF
08/31/2018     193.8      25.7% BF
09/29/2018     191.2      25.1% BF
10/31/2018     187.6      24.3% BF
11/30/2018     186.0      24.0% BF
12/31/2018     186.6      24.0% BF

Despite the disappointing small weight gain this month, I have to say that I succeeded beyond my wildest dreams this year. My original goal was 210 with a stretch goal of 200. I later revised my goal to 185 but fell slightly short of that one.

In addition to the weight loss, I have also started a regular exercise routine. Overall, I am in my best physical condition in at least 25 years!

Thanks to @elaine amj for starting this thread which really helped in holding myself accountable. I am looking forward to 2019 and reaching my ultimate goal weight of 175 pounds.

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #831 on: December 31, 2018, 09:18:20 AM »
Rab-bit:

Too late for me in 2018, I weigh about the same, but I am not as muscular so that's not good.

You have provided inspiration for 2019.

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« Reply #832 on: January 01, 2019, 05:34:37 PM »
OK folks - we have a new home for 2019!! Here's to a few less pounds in the year ahead!

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Re: Losing Weight in 2018
« Reply #833 on: January 02, 2019, 07:32:37 AM »
I started 2018 at 180 and finished the year around 155, which at least puts me in the healthy BMI range. I managed to lose 25 lbs but my goal was 40. Neither a sucess nor a failure really. I'd like to lose the remaining 15 lbs. and possibly more in 2019.