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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TayTay Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 17 2014 at 3:50pm
Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:

skipping leg day



smh. my legs are thicker than theirs.

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  “Don’t take your health for granted. Don’t take your body for granted. Do something today that communicates to your body that you desire to care for it. Tomorrow is not promised.” ~ Jada Pinkett Smith
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Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:

Yoooooooooo!

This was ill

http://androgeniality.tumblr.com/post/89131095292/literally-how-and-where-do-i-join
Ayyyy. They were getting it. 
I wonder where this is.
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Originally posted by _ConcreteRose_ _ConcreteRose_ wrote:

Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:

Yoooooooooo!

This was ill

http://androgeniality.tumblr.com/post/89131095292/literally-how-and-where-do-i-join
Ayyyy. They were getting it. 
I wonder where this is.

The A of courseLOL
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Makes senseLOL
I'd do this before Zumba any day though, if it came to DC.
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Friday 5: Five Reasons Why Losing The Final 15lbs Can Be Just As Hard As Losing The First 150

By Erika Nicole Kendall on June 12, 2014
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weight-scale-helpI think that every person who goes through the long, arduous process of losing a gang of weight deals with this, eventually, and it’s usually at the point where you’re within the final stretch of achieving your goals. It may not have a finite number on it but there’s a point where, if you’ve lost a slew of weight already, you’ll start feeling like your process as come to a grinding halt. And, while I’ve said it before, it still bears repeating: whenever you experience that plateau, it’s time to regroup.

…but that regroup is harder if you’re coming down from a long journey into those final pounds. Here’s five reasons why:

1) Calories count even more, now. Let’s get over the idea that calories don’t matter. They do. Now, as a very basic example, let’s take a 33 year old woman who is 5’4 and 250lbs, who is now down to about 150lbs. At 5’4″ and 250lbs, she need to eat somewhere around 2,400 calories to maintain her 250lb weight. Now that she’s lost 105lbs and is now down to 145, and has a body fat percentage of about 30%, she can do some more rough calculations for how to maintain her current size which will bring her to 1,352 calories. If she wants to go even smaller? She’d need to be mindful of her caloric intake, again, in ways that allot for the fact that 1,352 calories doesn’t have the same kind of “room for pleasure” that 2,400 calories had. It’s easy to create a caloric deficit when you’re starting at 2,400 calories. You can add an extra piece of chicken or another bowl of soup and be alright. If you’re at 145lbs? It’s a bit more of a challenge, which is why…

2) Exercise becomes far more vital. You, eventually, start getting into strange territory when you’re caloric intake is at 1,300 and you’re still talking about cutting calories in order to create a caloric deficit. It’s much easier – and, in some cases, safer – to simply exercise to burn off the calories you need. Because, quite frankly…

3) It messes with your head comparing the amount of food you used to eat with the amount of food you eat now. Now, granted, if you’re eating healthy bowls full of veggies, this might not mean much to you… but snacking, second helpings, and doggie bags start to look a little less sensible. You have to constantly check yourself to make sure that you’re not slipping back into habits that you enjoyed better with more weight. And just like you learned, subconsciously, what a “sensible plate” was at 250lbs, you’ll learn what a “sensible plate” looks like for someone who weighs your goal weight. This can be a challenge, because…

4) Habituation sets in over the course of losing that first 100 pounds that, though once acceptable, can run counter to your goals. Take the six-meal-a-day structure, for example. While lots of people – myself included – praise the six meals a day template for helping people disassociate with the feeling of hunger pangs being the green light to overeat, it becomes a problem as you shrink down. You can come down to 1800 calories and do okay on a 400-100-500-200-500-100 split. But if your caloric intake for a day is only 1300 calories, are you really going to live your life eating 200 calorie meals all day? Or, more realistically, a 300 calorie breakfast, 100 calorie snack, 300 calorie lunch, 100 calorie snack and a 400 calorie dinner? Even though it’s more realistic, it’s still a modification of the plan. The point is that you have to be more fluid – you have to be willing to assess and adapt to your new “size,” and even be willing to change things that originally didn’t need changing. Whereas you’d just eat a couple of apples at snack time, you might decide it’s now time for only one apple.

5) The pounds start to come off much slower. When you were 250lbs, you sassy 5’4″ lady, you… it was easy to burn calories! That 20-minute cardio session was all you needed to git’er done and see results. Running a 15-minute mile might’ve burned almost 200 calories for you at that size. At 145, though? You’ll be lucky if you burn even 100 calories with that fifteen-minute mile (hopefully you’re 15min-mile is looking more like an 11min mile at this point, though!) and will need to go hard in the paint to get the same caloric bang for your time buck. A 250lb body burns far more than a 145lb body both in action and at rest – as evidenced by the different maintenance levels quoted above – and the 145lb body would have to work awfully hard to get the same benefit that the 250lb body would experience. That Zumba class you loved at 250lbs might’ve been giving you that 250-calorie burn, but at 145? It might give you 170. Be aware. Look for more calorie-burning activities to get the most out of your time. You might enjoy Zumba, but you may also try a kickboxing Fight Club-style class too.

What’d I miss? Do you think I got anything wrong?

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i am not really losing weight
but i can now squeeze myself into this skirt i bought 2 years ago and couldn't fit....dont judge me. i really liked it.
it's a JCrew size 8 and it's been my measuring stick throughout this weight loss.
so i guess i am losing inches.


 <--the skirt for those curious lol


a few weeks ago i could pull it up but not zip it. and when i first started in February I couldn't pull it up at all.

last week i worked out every single day. this week will be about 3 times since i go on vacation. i guess i could workout on vacation huh? hmm...i'll think about it.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote femmefatale85 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 19 2014 at 7:39pm
well you're losing inches...that's good

my problem
area is my stomach...it's always the last to get where i want it to be...anyway i guess this is for coco cant remember who asked...but i have big legs and i've come to terms with it now lol

ple
ase dont quote...




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