Losing the weight...Real tough

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Took me about a little over a month to lose well over 30 lbs. But I have gained about 10 lbs back.

Need to get down to my goal weight of 200 lbs. So that is around 25 lbs or so to lose to get there.

Gosh, it's real tough to lose those last few pounds.

Extremely tough for me.

Anyone else gong through this challenge ??
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    30 lbs in a month is way too fast...it boomerangs back as you've noticed.


    10 lbs a month is a better goal - make changes in diet and activity that you can keep doing. You're right - those 'last few' pounds are hardest.


    Trouble is - if you think of them as 'the last few pounds I need to lose" then when you do lose then you think 'I'm done'....and back up the weight goes.


    Are you following a specific diet plan or just cutting out food? You have to find what works for YOU long term - if any one diet worked for everyone ...there would be no need for new diet plans every month or so.
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      30 lbs in a month is way too fast...it boomerangs back as you've noticed.


      10 lbs a month is a better goal - make changes in diet and activity that you can keep doing. You're right - those 'last few' pounds are hardest.


      Trouble is - if you think of them as 'the last few pounds I need to lose" then when you do lose then you think 'I'm done'....and back up the weight goes.


      Are you following a specific diet plan or just cutting out food? You have to find what works for YOU long term - if any one diet worked for everyone ...there would be no need for new diet plans every month or so.
      Kay, for me that is pretty normal as far as losing a pound a day. The weight melts off me when I exercise hard and eat right. I have just been a glutton late at night which is probably the main culprit.

      Yeah, I do not have a specific diet I'm following... Iam just trying to discipline myself to not eat after 6 pm which has been tough for me to do
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      • Profile picture of the author Princess Balestra
        Originally Posted by discrat View Post

        Kay, for me that is pretty normal as far as losing a pound a day. The weight melts off me when I exercise hard and eat right. I have just been a glutton late at night which is probably the main culprit.

        Yeah, I do not have a specific diet I'm following... Iam just trying to discipline myself to not eat after 6 pm which has been tough for me to do

        It is mebbe not my place to offah any kinda advice here, seein' how I mostly a wraith, but what you got here is a key insight puts you in control.


        Here is a key you can turn to change stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
    Originally Posted by discrat View Post

    Took me about a little over a month to lose well over 30 lbs. But I have gained about 10 lbs back.

    Need to get down to my goal weight of 200 lbs. So that is around 25 lbs or so to lose to get there.

    Gosh, it's real tough to lose those last few pounds.

    Extremely tough for me.

    Anyone else gong through this challenge ??
    I take a supplement in liquid form which has the ingredients that all these testosterone boosting pills have. (I hate taking pills) Making sure your testosterone is at normal levels which is something that goes down with age is important. It actually makes your body leaner. You will trim off pounds off just by taking it. It certainly made a difference to my torso. It also helps with your libido.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
      Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

      I take a supplement in liquid form which has the ingredients that all these testosterone boosting pills have. (I hate taking pills) Making sure your testosterone is at normal levels which is something that goes down with age is important. It actually makes your body leaner. You will trim of pounds off just by taking it. It certainly made a difference to my torso. It also helps with your libido.
      Do you get blood tests to show the supplement is actually doing what you say?
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      • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
        Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

        Do you get blood tests to show the supplement is actually doing what you say?
        The physical sculpting and leanness of my body that has occurred and the fact that normal function was reestablished in my nether regions is all the proof I need, been taking it for over 2 years.

        All I will say is that it works for me.
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        • Profile picture of the author discrat
          Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

          The physical sculpting and leanness of my body that has occurred and the fact that normal function was reestablished in my nether regions is all the proof I need, been taking it for over 2 years.

          All I will say is that it works for me.
          Good for you, Mark. Keep it up
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  • Profile picture of the author DURABLEOILCOM
    I have been eatting more at home and taking Multi Vitamins from Costco and I have lost weight just walking around my house picking stuff up and organizing.

    Oh and Playing with my Dog in the Backyard
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    pretty normal as far as losing a pound a day.

    I can do that myself - but it's not sustainable weight loss. As you said, much of it comes back very quickly. That's not healthy either.


    I have the same 'late night munchies' - and gave up long ago trying to avoid those snacks. Just changed what I snack on...still not as good as 'not eating after 6:00 pm' - but I don't feel deprived.



    Instead of a sweet - ice cream, donuts, cake/pie, chocolate - I have saltines and cheese or (my fave) Nabisco Honey Grahams. I can eat a bunch of those without piling on the calories ...or messing up my sleep.


    I seldom eat anything before noon - but my appetite seems to build as the day goes on...always been that way. The diets that work long term are the ones that work around MY lifestyle - not make me live by different 'rules'.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
    Richard, have you tried logging your calories in an app like MyFitnessPal?

    I find that I eat less simply by having to log my calories and by looking at my running total for the day. It takes roughly a minute or less per meal to do. Having this bit of visual data might give you that extra bit of motivation late at night to ward off a snack attack.
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

      Richard, have you tried logging your calories in an app like MyFitnessPal?

      I find that I eat less simply by having to log my calories and by looking at my running total for the day. It takes roughly a minute or less per meal to do. Having this bit of visual data might give you that extra bit of motivation late at night to ward off a snack attack.
      No I haven't but definitely worth looking into. Thanks
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      • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
        Originally Posted by discrat View Post

        No I haven't but definitely worth looking into. Thanks
        If you're lifting, too, I highly recommend the Strong app for tracking your workouts. It takes a few minutes to set up your workouts, but it is highly motivating once set up as it tracks your personal records and total workout weight volume and gives you reports after each workout. It also has tons of different graphs and charts detailing your progress. Highly motivating.

        It's really helped my wife's progress. Before using the app, she never really pushed her limits. Seeing the personal records and tonnage reports after each workout has conditioned her to push herself.
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        • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
          Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

          If you're lifting, too, I highly recommend the Strong app for tracking your workouts. It takes a few minutes to set up your workouts, but it is highly motivating once set up as it tracks your personal records and total workout weight volume and gives you reports after each workout. It also has tons of different graphs and charts detailing your progress. Highly motivating.

          It's really helped my wife's progress. Before using the app, she never really pushed her limits. Seeing the personal records and tonnage reports after each workout has conditioned her to push herself.
          An additional benefit of lifting (heavy enough to cause muscle growth) is that muscle burns lots of calories...just resting. If you aren't already weight training, it's pretty easy to put on ten pounds of muscle in a few months. It gets much harder, the more muscle you gain.

          But ten pounds of muscle will burn an extra 500 calories a day, even at complete rest. And active muscle (just doing regular work) can burn twice that amount.

          It's not the weight training itself that makes you lose weight. It's muscle you build that burns the calories. And your metabolism, after training with much weight at all, stays charged for an hour or two. That counts.

          Another benefit of any resistance exercise is that it dramatically helps posture, and pulls your stomach in...so you look thinner, just by carrying yourself better.
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            Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

            Another benefit of any resistance exercise is that it dramatically helps posture, and pulls your stomach in...so you look thinner, just by carrying yourself better.
            Helps with back pain too.

            Slow pull-ups and hanging leg lifts will fix a lot of back issues.
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          • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
            Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

            An additional benefit of lifting (heavy enough to cause muscle growth) is that muscle burns lots of calories...just resting. If you aren't already weight training, it's pretty easy to put on ten pounds of muscle in a few months. It gets much harder, the more muscle you gain.

            But ten pounds of muscle will burn an extra 500 calories a day, even at complete rest. And active muscle (just doing regular work) can burn twice that amount.

            It's not the weight training itself that makes you lose weight. It's muscle you build that burns the calories. And your metabolism, after training with much weight at all, stays charged for an hour or two. That counts.

            Another benefit of any resistance exercise is that it dramatically helps posture, and pulls your stomach in...so you look thinner, just by carrying yourself better.
            Your good with the science behind this, but as to the execution, your only strong point is adding the calories.
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            • Profile picture of the author discrat
              Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

              Your good with the science behind this, but as to the execution, your only strong point is adding the calories.
              Well, underneath that "sheet" of calories is a Schwarzenegger just waiting to get out
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            Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

            An additional benefit of lifting (heavy enough to cause muscle growth) is that muscle burns lots of calories...just resting. If you aren't already weight training, it's pretty easy to put on ten pounds of muscle in a few months. It gets much harder, the more muscle you gain.

            But ten pounds of muscle will burn an extra 500 calories a day, even at complete rest. And active muscle (just doing regular work) can burn twice that amount.

            .
            see math is easy to explain why putting on muscle is hard if every 10 pounds of muscle requires 500 -1000 calories a day

            and it is very difficult to increase calorie consumption and the nutrition to grow muscle ..
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          • Profile picture of the author discrat
            Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

            An additional benefit of lifting (heavy enough to cause muscle growth) is that muscle burns lots of calories...just resting. If you aren't already weight training, it's pretty easy to put on ten pounds of muscle in a few months. It gets much harder, the more muscle you gain.

            But ten pounds of muscle will burn an extra 500 calories a day, even at complete rest. And active muscle (just doing regular work) can burn twice that amount.

            It's not the weight training itself that makes you lose weight. It's muscle you build that burns the calories. And your metabolism, after training with much weight at all, stays charged for an hour or two. That counts.

            Another benefit of any resistance exercise is that it dramatically helps posture, and pulls your stomach in...so you look thinner, just by carrying yourself better.
            Been lifting since 82' and seriously since 87' and you hit it spot on with the benefits of adding muscle with lifting. It's one reason why I can burn off fat at one pound a day pretty easy with exercise and eating half way decent.
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          • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
            Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post


            But ten pounds of muscle will burn an extra 500 calories a day, even at complete rest. And active muscle (just doing regular work) can burn twice that amount.
            Current research, unfortunately, shows that the 50 calorie number is greatly overestimated. Allegedly, a pound of muscle only burns 5-6 calories a day. A pound of fat burns 2 calories.

            I read a great article about this just the other day. It laid out why this is (our musculature only accounts for 20-25% of our RMR) and highlighted current studies illustrating as such. Of course, I can't find it now.

            The article went on to say that the 50 calorie myth stemmed from weight gainer marketers (ahem...) from the 70's citing a flawed study from the 50's in order to move product.

            The closest thing I could find is an article from 2011:

            https://www.latimes.com/health/la-xp...516-story.html

            Or look at it this way. Let's assume for the sake of easy math:

            1. The average resting metabolic rate for a man is 1600
            2. Muscle is the only reason the body burns calories. No other thermo uses are considered (organ activity).

            If this is the case, 1600 RMR divided by 50 calories would mean that the average man is comprised of only 32 pounds of muscle. If we include organ activity, the amount of muscle goes down.

            Or another look: I have one of those fancy scales that tells your body fat percentage, muscle mass, and BMR. I allegedly carry 137 lbs of muscle mass. That would mean my RMR would be 6,850 calories per day. If that were the case, I'd just sit in my driveway eating chicken wings and throwing the bones at joggers as they ran by.

            The scale knows about my muscle mass, yet says my RMR is roughly 1850 calories....a difference of 5,000 calories.
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    Originally Posted by discrat View Post

    Anyone else gong through this challenge ??
    The week before Christmas was about 200 lbs. With shoes and clothes was reading slightly over 200 on the scale after dinner. Decided to loose some weight than.

    Have slowly altered my diet. At night I have a small dish of fruit around 9 o'clock. Use to be ice cream. Mid day snack were also removed from the menu. Jumped on the scale this morning it read 188.2 Takes me a long time to loose weight. Walking everyday helps but weather here has been horrid this past month.

    Have you ever tried the Actifit App ? I know you no longer belong to Hive but the app should still work. Set it to Enable Aggressive Back ground tracking on your phone. It reads every time you get up and move around,
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  • Profile picture of the author firerave
    You can lose weight with some of these diets on the market but once you stop the diet, you most likely will gain the weight back or maybe even more than when you started the diet. This is a common problem. It happened to me! After trying diet after diet and seeing the same thing happen to me over and over, I did some research on what can cause obesity or weight gain and not just how to lose weight. I found that majority of weight gain or being over weight is due from eating habits, an unbalance in hormones within your body, and underlying health problems you may not be aware of. I highly suggest to start with a physical with a doctor to see if there are any health concerns that may be causing your weight gain. Next I would look at your eating habits such as how much your eating, what your eating, and the times your are eating. For instance, I was eating sometimes at 9 or 10 at night just before I was ready to go to bed. This was a big problem for my weight gain. I also started taking supplements to help balance out the hormones in my body that helps you to be "happy". These hormones are called dopamine, oxytocin, serotonin, & endorphins. Together, these hormones help trigger you feeling happy and focused. Sometimes feeling unhappy can cause you to eat even if you are not hungry.
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  • Profile picture of the author BluesPlayer
    30 pounds in 1 month is a lot. Congrats. i lost 54 pounds back in 2018..

    Losing weight is tough. I did the carnivore diet and it worked really well but my cholesterol and triglycerides went up. My doctor told me to stop doing it and to do the Mediterranean Diet instead.

    I find it's really difficult to lose weight when I eat carbs. Yet I'm not insulin resistant or diabetic.

    I always lose weight on a high fat diet. I'm not sure why.
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  • Profile picture of the author nihitthakkar
    To achieve a fitness goal is a challenging part of anyone's life. Either lose weight(fat loss) or gain weight(muscle building). To gain weight is easy but to lose weight is quit difficult. In any of these goals two factors are involved i.e., diet and workout. And out of this two diet involves higher percentage part of the two, which maximum people ignore it and face really tough challenge to achieve the goal.
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  • Profile picture of the author weightfighter
    My reasonably easy method - started at 130kg after Christmas and I lost around 20 kg in Three months, that being around 2 kg per week - is based on Five elements:
    1. Breathing: fill at max your lungs at every inhaling and empty them at every exhaling.
    2. Hydrating: have a bottle of water always handy and drink as soon as you fill there is no more saliva in your mouth.
    3. Deep Sleep: get at least Four hours deep sleep every night.
    4. Intermittent Fasting: I do the Two days fasting, Third day eating. I intend to stop it only when I get to my reasonable weight of 100kg. Then, probably I will stick to the 16+8 hours.
    5. Unique Diet: I identified the right foods for me and I stick with them. In my case, white meats, fish, beef, and pork. Avoiding anything with cereals, sugar and any drinks except water and coffee (I'm addicted to caffeine apparently ).

    Other two things that I do, but one doesn't need to, because the method works without them:
    - I work only standing up (using a desk stand for my laptop), from where before I was spending the best part of the day in a chair in front of a computer;
    - I do go almost daily, around noon, to the gym above my shop and punch a bag for some Five to Ten minutes, but one can skip this part: I used to do it for my profession, so, it's just to 'smell the gun powder'

    In the past Three months I did break the rules above two or three times, by eating bakery stuff and things with mayo. But, each time, I felt like my blood just got cluttered with toxins and next morning was each time like a hangover: so, now I know better ...
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  • Profile picture of the author freda12387
    Losing weight is too difficult. I want to give up. This is a very painful thing.
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  • Profile picture of the author DeniseDArteaga
    I have a plan next month to lose weight or go on a keto diet.
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  • Profile picture of the author 3333
    I support 'cha bro, I was like the opposite of that. I was struggling gaining pounds cuz I went through ulcer, Damn! It was so hard to eat but time just flies and I did my workouts and did heal, get to eat more then I just gain. I just don't mind then I just see the results. You can do it, by "just" doing it. Maybe better said than done but as Ralph Waldo Emerson said, "Do the thing, and you will have power." (Momentum bro!)
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  • Profile picture of the author Jefay
    I am struggling with losing weight, and it is very difficult for me I am looking for any suggestions, nutrition plans here, thank you in advance for any replies! I am thinking about taking some supplements like those from Canadian pharmacy, for example, and I really think they might help me. What are your thoughts on those, guys?
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  • Profile picture of the author Diego Aguirre
    I lost 13 pounds in 15 days doing a reboot, as in Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead.
    It was a bit tough but I have managed to keep the pounds away mainly by choosing a plant-based diet.
    Also, look into resistance training, if you start lifting weights I can assure you you'll start liking what you see in the mirror.
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  • Profile picture of the author thevladvan
    I think this is common with people who lose a lot of weight every quickly.

    I've gone through similar cycles of losing weight only to put it back on. What I've found is that a lot of the excess eating was fueled by emotion. I could use willpower to exercise and eat right for a while but eventually the emotions I was ignoring would catch up and cause me to bounce back into unhealthy eating cycles.

    Daily meditation along with acknowledge my emotions and taking time to work through them has really made a difference in my desire to eat when I'm not really hungry. It doesn't feel like as much of a battle anymore which for me has made all the difference for me.

    Hope this offers some fresh perspective and good lick on your journey!
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  • Profile picture of the author allegandro
    Losing weight for me means gaining weight at the moment.
    2 Down 3 plus. and so on.

    During the lockdown, it is so hard to keep moving.
    A deep respect for all those people I see jogging outside in the rain and cold.
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  • Profile picture of the author CharlesEllis
    Last year I started doing home workouts and stopped eating outside the home. It helped me lose 15 pounds.
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    • Profile picture of the author Diego Aguirre
      Same here, I mainly stopped eating most things with added sugars
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  • Profile picture of the author Dаniel+
    Losing weight is as easy (or hard) as giving your body the environment for which it evolved.

    Problem is, we live in a zoo. Worse than that: animals in a zoo live in a more natural environment than modern humans. Worse still, we rarely perceive the bars that cage us.

    For essentially all of our evolutionary history, we lived in a world of wood power, small and free groups, and natural processes. If you'd brought Socrates to the 18th Century, he'd be impressed by human ingenuity, but it would have been a world he recognized. Bring him to the 21st Century and he would be shocked beyond understanding.

    The tragedy of intelligent life is that technology progresses exponentially faster than biological adaptations to that technology. This may be the explanation for the Fermi Paradox, but I digress.
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  • Profile picture of the author ExRat
    Originally Posted by discrat View Post

    Anyone else gong through this challenge ??
    Yeah, it's a constant challenge for me. I've tried a lot of different methods over the last decade, improved a lot of things (EG diet, fitness routine), haven't made massive progress (weight loss) but I really enjoy the challenge which has become a part of daily life now - like eating. sleeping, breathing etc.

    The weights are now a part of the furniture, but they get used more than most of the furniture!
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  • Profile picture of the author lorenburton
    You don't need us to tell you that losing weight -- and keeping it off -- is hard. But understanding why weight loss is so difficult can help you stop beating yourself up over every little setback, and increase your chances of success. Forget the gimmicks, and face the facts about weight loss.

    Your Body Works Against You
    No Quick Fixes
    Exercise Can't Conquer All
    Diet Supplements Don't Work
    Fad Diets Don't Work for Long
    One Diet Doesn't Fit All
    Cardio Is Essential (and Strength Training Helps Too)
    He Can Eat More Than She Can
    It's Not a Diet, It's a Lifestyle Change
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    • Originally Posted by lorenburton View Post

      You don't need us to tell you that losing weight -- and keeping it off -- is hard. But understanding why weight loss is so difficult can help you stop beating yourself up over every little setback, and increase your chances of success. Forget the gimmicks, and face the facts about weight loss.

      Your Body Works Against You
      No Quick Fixes
      Exercise Can't Conquer All
      Diet Supplements Don't Work
      Fad Diets Don't Work for Long
      One Diet Doesn't Fit All
      Cardio Is Essential (and Strength Training Helps Too)
      He Can Eat More Than She Can
      It's Not a Diet, It's a Lifestyle Change
      Hide the biscuit barrel
      Shred those fast food menus
      Buy tighter fitting trousers (you cant go out to junk food takeaways if you cant get in your pants)
      Stand up to watch the TV
      Eat salad EVERY meal (your dog eats the same food every day and doesn't complain)
      Walk everywhere
      Destroy all your mirrors
      Consider liposuction
      Just accept it - you're fat

      Fixed that for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jessicafuentes
    I would say cut down the calories and add more proteins in your diet. If you are adding more calories you have to burn them in daily basis. Understand the pattern of diet that your body is accepting, and follow the diet with discipline.
    It is always a way good if you have a costumed workout plan with no heavy physical strain. People think lifting weights and intensive workout can make you fit and burn your weight. Let me unknot this thinking, Doing excessive of workout can give you good shape to the body and it need more intake, but if the process is left after few years, then the body gain back the weight with in lesser time. So it is always recommended to have very simple Workout pattern, The most important is to be mentally strong. As you need to control on your temptations over food and follow the discipline in diet.

    I would recommend you to try Supplements (Saba Ace, Saba Shape, Saba Control) and check out the result, use the supplement that accepts the metabolism of your body.
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  • Profile picture of the author robertvincent
    This is really true that weight loss is really tough thing, and in this pandemic situation gaining weight is really easy. But if want to loss weight though Photoshop then it is easy.
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  • Profile picture of the author robertvincent
    Actually you are doing the right thing. Appreciate it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vishishat Kesar
    Hello friend! yeah i have been through it. It is tough process. And the only thing i would suggest you is to have patience and be consistent towards you goals.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dororall
    I gained a lot due to the pandemic
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  • Profile picture of the author Melisasmith
    Good. Keep it up.
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  • Profile picture of the author CruxisKnight
    I can't imagine having to lose that much. I am up 20 pounds from my usual 145 pound but I am light frame. I tried fasting before with good effect but it is hard to stick to it. Working out I think only does so much for weight loss but it does help.
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  • My hormones are getting way out of whack again and my bones are getting bigger and bigger so I'm going back to low carb.

    Besides being deathly ill, low carb has been the only way I've ever been able to lose weight naturally. The first few days are tough, but it gets easier.

    Alot of people say low carb/keto isn't a long-lasting diet but if you are all in, can stay disciplined, and have plenty of legal snacks ready to eat especially the first few days, there's no reason it can't be. But that's just me.

    Mark
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  • Profile picture of the author AOCardy
    Last summer I was 109 kilos
    Now I'm 84 kilos and I want to lose a bit more
    I just started to eat less. Like, really, nothing else. I order food portions and eat like 1000-1500 kcal a day. It was difficult at first but then I got used and I don't feel hungry.
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    Check out these fitness apps!
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