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Can I lose 6lbs before I go home?!

Wednesday, July 07, 2010

So I am going back home (from Canada back to England) and I want to lose 6lbs to get to 129lbs. my final goal is roughly 120 but the reason I have chosen such an odd number is because I have never been under 130lbs that is where I always plateau! So I have been eating super healthy and workin gout 5 times a week. (but my tracker doesn’t show this because I find it takes too much time to track my workouts as well as food!

I leave in Exactly 3 weeks today so it would mean losin 2 lbs a week. It’s going to be especially tough as I want to eat some of my favourite foods before I go home (like poutine! fries, gravy and cheese!! – only once though) So I know that this may be hard to achieve.

However I really want to get to 129 because this will mean I only have 9lbs to lose to get to my goal and will really motivate me so I don’t crash back into the horrible home routine of eatin terribly!
Does anyone have nay tips on how I can maintain a steady weight loss until the 28th July?!

Rema
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  • IAMSHE-RA
    Hey Rema! What I want you to do is not to concentrate too much on the numbers on the scale. You'll put yourself in a panic frenzy and it will backfire on you. Keep up with you workouts and continue to track your calories. Tracking your calories will allow you to have your fav foods without blowing it. As for exercise you want to try a different routine. This will help bust any plateau! Sometimes a shorter workout done at a higher intensity is all you need. Pick up a copy of Oxygen magazine this month. It's got some great workouts and clean recipes that I'm really digging! Again, don't stress about the number on the scale, you'll get to where you want to be. Consistency and determination! You can do it! Hugs, Libbie
    3929 days ago
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