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Re: Tams Progress

Postby Blitz » Thu Jul 24, 2014 4:49 pm

Having a good strong cup of tea and going to bed to sleep the sleep of angels is some of the best things you can do.
If more people did this instead of some of the crazy evil things they do - the world would be a far better place all round! 8)

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Re: Tams Progress

Postby Tams » Sat Jul 26, 2014 4:46 pm

Second weigh in:

wk0: Pm 62.4, Am 61.6
wk1: Pm 62.4, Am 60.9
wk2: Pm 62.7, Am 61.1
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Re: Tams Progress

Postby DD Diva » Sat Jul 26, 2014 4:50 pm

Sorry Tams,

Not sure which figure you're working on as your basis point? Are you going by the am or the pm reading as an indication of how you're loss/gain is travelling???
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Re: Tams Progress

Postby Tams » Sat Jul 26, 2014 5:58 pm

Oh Sorry! The AM figure.

(The PM figure is for my understanding of my body).
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Re: Tams Progress

Postby DD Diva » Sat Jul 26, 2014 6:04 pm

Got it! Ok. :)
Well hey Tams, considering you've been sick (and hopefully better now?) a small increase of a measly 200g isn't anything to be too concerned about. It's probably just your body trying to refuel itself after being a little run down.
I'm sure the numbers will go down again next week, and you'll be back into the full swing of things.
Nevertheless, keep up the good work and don't let that tiny gain get you down!!!
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Re: Tams Progress

Postby Tams » Sat Jul 26, 2014 7:22 pm

Yeah, it will be better next week (better be!!) :)
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Re: Tams Progress

Postby DD Diva » Sat Jul 26, 2014 7:28 pm

Tams wrote:Yeah, it will be better next week (better be!!) :)

Don't beat yourself up Tams, 200g is a miniscule gain and given the fact that you've been unwell, your poor body probably need the nourishment. I'm sure that with a good day's healthy eating and a little exercise you'll shed this (plus more) without too much concern. :wink:
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Re: Tams Progress

Postby DD Diva » Sat Jul 26, 2014 7:34 pm

You could try keeping a diary, that might help and who knows it may have a dual purpose.....
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Re: Tams Progress

Postby Blitz » Sun Jul 27, 2014 10:25 pm

200g isn't even a good toilet stop in my scheme of things...nothing to worry about.
Good steady maintenance in difficult (sick) conditions. Good work!

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Re: Tams Progress

Postby Tams » Sat Aug 02, 2014 5:54 pm

Well, thanks for the encouragement I guess. Another sick week - I got told to stop and rest by the medicos because my body was doing strange things, so I did rest (felt a lot better for it too...I just hope it isn't an extended rest the body wants, because that I can't give!) I've also noticed an upward movement to weight measurements after a lot of the pain meds I take. But no movement on the weightloss is also my fault - I've had two naughty food days (yesterday I ditched it all and had a gorgeous meal out with my hubby; entree, main and a drunken dessert - good for the soul, but not the waistline.)

SO now it has to be reigned in! Hope I have a less pain riddled week this week and here's to keeping my eyes on the goal...

wk0: Pm 62.4, Am 61.6
wk1: Pm 62.4, Am 60.9
wk2: Pm 62.7, Am 61.1
wk3: Pm: 63.1, Am: 61.1
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Re: Tams Progress

Postby Blitz » Sat Aug 02, 2014 10:53 pm

You are still travelling in the range...nothing to worry about. This flu that has been going around has been particularly clingy. I've just gone through my fourth bout of it. As soon as I think I've shaken it - I get a revisit with slightly different symptoms.

You are doing well. Remember that when you are sick the body is holding on to a lot more liquid then normal (something has got to supply the lubricant for the mucus! :shock: :lol: ).

Look after yourself! Get rest and drink lots of fluid. :)

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Re: Tams Progress

Postby Tams » Fri Aug 08, 2014 11:53 am

Seem to be becalmed.... scales aren't 'stuck', I still get variation thru the week!

wk0: Pm 62.4, Am 61.6
wk1: Pm 62.4, Am 60.9
wk2: Pm 62.7, Am 61.1
wk3: Pm: 63.1, Am: 61.1
wk4: Pm: 62.3, Am: 61.1
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Re: Tams Progress

Postby Blitz » Sun Aug 10, 2014 4:50 am

All pretty normal...even the variations. Seems this is about where your body's "set point" is.

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Re: Tams Progress

Postby Tams » Sun Aug 10, 2014 1:45 pm

Yeah, I was thinking that. It's an ok weight - perfectly normal for my height. If I can stay here, fine, if I can go lower, well, that will be interesting...
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Re: Tams Progress

Postby Blitz » Mon Aug 11, 2014 12:31 am

Don't forget that even though the weight has been constant - you have noticed toning occurring...
and that means heavier muscle has replaced lighter fat.
Most athletes show up as too heavy on most normal weight/height charts because of the extra muscle they are carrying.
I think you are more successful than you give yourself credit for. 8)

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