Managed 27 minutes on there today, Stace... I rule!! LOL
That was after shifting a metre of red-gum wood aswell.... gonna be sore tomorrow! LOL
Kitten - the diets do have their similarities, by the sounds of it. I think the CS diet is pretty easy to follow which works for me. I just don't have the time or the inclination to count calories or points - too hard with two young kids. I generally have a shake for breaky, a piece of fruit a couple of hours later, a soup for lunch, a small salad or some vege sticks with dip as an arvo snack (I try to have a bit of meat or something at this time), then a nice dinner with some meat and steamed veges (or more salad). It took a while to get used to not eating bread etc. but I find that what I can eat is relatively varied so it's easy enough to do. It's restricted but not too restricted, if that makes sense?? For me, having limits on what I can have helps because then I don't have too many decisions to make. I have days where I could go a piece of toast or something like that but I just have to have a stern talk to myself. I've had times where I've had food that I shouldn't and I know it means the weight-loss won't be as great but, hey, we've gotta live, right? And I'm still not eating nearly as much as I used to. They're very few and far between treats though.
DebbieStart Date: 28 Mar 09What I want to achieve:
1st Goal - 10kgs
(end of May) - Reward: Wii Fit DONE
2nd Goal - 12.1kg
(June 11 - DH's Birthday) - Reward: Reward enough in itself! DONE
3rd Goal - 15kgs
(Aug 3 - DS's Birthday) - Reward: My Fitness Coach (Wii Fit) DONE
4th Goal - 20kgs
(Mid-October for a wedding) - Reward: New clothes!
5th Goal - 30kgs
(Christmas) - Reward: a digi-cam? Not sure.