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Hidey Ho There Good Neighbors!
So an interesting thing happened. I had a digital scale that only weighed in .5 lb. increments, so I bought a spiffy new one that does other cool things like give you body fat percentage, bone mass, water percentage and BMI. (How it does all this just from electronic sensors contacting your bare feet I'll never know. And I also don't know what to think of most of the stats either!) Turns out it weighs me in at 2.3 lbs. more than my old scale! Ick! But
I sat down and wrote all the phase days in my calendar, beginning today, Load Day 1, through August, in which I would finish R2P3 if I follow protocol as written, with a minimum P3/P4 period of six weeks.
So, the way it looks is
March 16-17: R1 L
March 18- April 26: R1 P2
April 27-May 17: R1 P3
May 18-June 7: R1 P4
June 8-9: R2 L
June 10-July 21: R1 P2
July 22-August 11: R1 P3
August 12-September 2: R2P4
Stayed the same today again, hovering around 238. Could be a setpoint, not sure, not really worried about it. I’ve got about 10 days of doses left, so I’m going to finish those up and move on into P3. May be a shorter P3, must be back in P2 no later than 4/18 in order to be back in P3 again for our camping trip at the end of May. Hard to believe Spring is almost here! I’m getting so anxious to go camping!
Some of you may know my husband is building a camper, I have talked about
HOLY SHNIKES! This is just a post to announce that I am on TOM and I'm still losing!!! I am beyond disbelieve. I prepared myself for a stall or gain during this week and I woke up one pound lighter even though TOM came yesterday.
I did an hour of yoga yesterday and it was good stuff, my muscles were WARM. Afterwards I was so tired and sleepy, and went to bed early.
I won't be surprised or disappointed in any way if TOM catches up to me and I don't have any more
I can't even seem to keep track of what day I am when it comes to blogging. My signature is right but I am lost! Oh well, will straighten them all out tomorrow! And the good thing is I know that Saturday will the start of my third week! Will decide then what to do about P3. Not sure if I want to only do a short round. Kind of want to do a long round, see where it lands me in time for Cancun in June and not have to do any more rounds. One would be great and then it's all eat right and hitting the
Weigh in this moring was a stall.
I didn't get enough water yesterday and I didn't walk the pooches. Instead I did a hike with my girls during the day and went to the mall last night. I drank some diet soda while they ate In and Out which I am certain added to it. Not really worried about it because my losses so far have been great. The scale should show some love tomorrow.
Today yard work, walking the pooches and possibly a movie with my girls (NO DIET SODA!).
Down another .4 I will admit I had a cheat last night. Homemade pound cake strawberries and cool whip. So it may show up in a couple of days. We'll see. I'm ok with it. I was full for hte rest of the night and didn't take my last dose of drops either. Wasn't that hungry when I got up this morning either. Anyway just holdinh myself accountable for my indiscretions. Have a great loser day everyone!
Todays Weight 232.7 (-1.8), -25.4 Total Post Load
Well I have hit a milestone of 25 pounds, yyyaaa!!! Now on to my goal of 214 on this round. I had small losses the last few days and today I had a nice jump of 1.8. If all days could be like that I would be ecstatic, who wouldn't? The last 10 pounds or so I do not feel much change in my body so I am not sure where the weight is coming off and I have not measured in a week or so as well, maybe time to do that again. My wife has
For baggy butt jeans and extra holes in your belt!
Today is Load Day 1.
Woke up at 4:40 a.m., unable to contain my excitement. I have been reading and reading on this forum, and the successes I am seeing are very encouraging.
I have spent much of the past decade on weight loss internet forums, especially those dedicated to low-carb dieting, even so far as zero carb for fifteen months, without results. But this is the first one in which I see an unequivocal relationship between compliance with the plan and success.