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    In LALA Land sherrieef's Avatar
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    Long P2 - short p3?

    Hey! So Before I post my question, I want you'll to know I did try searching the boards. I am having a hard time finding my answer. I have done cycles before, long time ago, with pellets and with a short round on P2. I did great. Now im wondering if I can do it again, but this time I am doing 43 days of p2. Can I then go to p3 for a week, maybe 2 and then hop back on to p2 to get rid of the last 10 pounds? Im also on shots this time. Any thoughts from experienced cyclers! Thanks a bunch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherrieef View Post
    Hey! So Before I post my question, I want you'll to know I did try searching the boards. I am having a hard time finding my answer. I have done cycles before, long time ago, with pellets and with a short round on P2. I did great. Now im wondering if I can do it again, but this time I am doing 43 days of p2. Can I then go to p3 for a week, maybe 2 and then hop back on to p2 to get rid of the last 10 pounds? Im also on shots this time. Any thoughts from experienced cyclers! Thanks a bunch!
    I'd like to know the answer to this too. I am on day 30 of VLCD and want to do just 2 weeks of P3 and jump back in to P2 for that last 15 or so pounds. Every time I do the math I start thinking, I'll just end up hitting my goal 2 weeks later...why not continue with a long cycle? Then the devil on my other shoulder reminds me that my average loss per day is higher in the first 2 weeks. Makes me want to always do the minimum P2 at a time, so that all the time spent in VLCD is really a lot of bang for the buck. I track everything in Excel. I have done 8 rounds over the last 10 years with babies in between...so a lot of post partum/post weaning weight loss. I noticed that every time, I lost .8 per day avg for the first 2 weeks, then .6 per day in week 3, then .4 in weeks 4 and 5. In that same time, I could haven been in Weeks 1 and 2 loss rates twice! Would yield greater loss overall than plugging away in .4 a day misery. I mean seriously..you should lose 1-3 lbs a week on ANY Diet. .4 a day doesn't make HCG the bomb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jokersgirl View Post
    I'd like to know the answer to this too. I am on day 30 of VLCD and want to do just 2 weeks of P3 and jump back in to P2 for that last 15 or so pounds. Every time I do the math I start thinking, I'll just end up hitting my goal 2 weeks later...why not continue with a long cycle? Then the devil on my other shoulder reminds me that my average loss per day is higher in the first 2 weeks. Makes me want to always do the minimum P2 at a time, so that all the time spent in VLCD is really a lot of bang for the buck. I track everything in Excel. I have done 8 rounds over the last 10 years with babies in between...so a lot of post partum/post weaning weight loss. I noticed that every time, I lost .8 per day avg for the first 2 weeks, then .6 per day in week 3, then .4 in weeks 4 and 5. In that same time, I could haven been in Weeks 1 and 2 loss rates twice! Would yield greater loss overall than plugging away in .4 a day misery. I mean seriously..you should lose 1-3 lbs a week on ANY Diet. .4 a day doesn't make HCG the bomb.
    I hope Grammy will post on this but the maximum round is 42 days and no more than 34 lb weight loss. After that you need at least 6 weeks to let your body heal before going back to a second round. Whats the rush? I think just losing without locking in the weight you lose is not wise. You want to keep off what you have lost. the idea is to not just lose but to change your eating habits. You need 3 weeks of P3 and 3 weeks of P4 before starting another round.
    As you get closer to your goal the weight loss wont be so fast. You havent listed your stats so im speaking without any knowledge of your individual situation. I believe you can extend to 50 days if you have a skip day once a week but still the 34 lb max weight loss applies.

    I believe you will mess up your metabolism with your plans. Why mess with something that works well .
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    jokersgirl, that is basically cycling and very few people ever hit their goal and stay there while cycling. I think it's because much of the first week's losses are water and when you do short rounds the fat loss doesn't have a chance to replace the water loss. So in a 6 week round, many women lose 25-28 pounds and some lose 30 or so. In a short round, some of that water weight is regained. I always advocate long rounds. There is just more stability in general.
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