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BRENFID1 SparkPoints: (1,988)
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10/19/12 5:43 P

thanks for all your comments and encouragement :)

LALA_1012 Posts: 1,364
10/19/12 3:13 P

You are doing an awesome job!

BLINDEDPANDA SparkPoints: (5,569)
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10/14/12 1:58 P

It's completely normal to lose more weight in the beginning since your body is boosting your metabolism up. You are doing great! Congrats!

SUSUSUZZZIE Posts: 7,038
10/14/12 11:29 A

I think it is an awesome start. If you are meeting your nutrient needs, it's probably good! And I think it often starts faster and then levels out.

You are doing great! emoticon

MOMMYOF2RN Posts: 579
10/13/12 11:33 P

I think you are doing great I Lost 2-3 pounds per week when I first started out, it eventually evened out to 1-2 pounds per week. Keep up the good work!

BRENFID1 SparkPoints: (1,988)
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10/13/12 5:25 P

I started an exercise and eating properly 7 weeks ago, as i went for a physical at the dr's and was not happy with my weigh in at the drs office, i weight 181 pounds, and well i jumped on the scale today and well i was so happy with the results i used a medical scale which is because its most accurate, as i work for a medical facility, and i am happy to say i am now 164 pounds, which is a total of 17 pounds of weight lost....is this too quick? or is it about right?........i work out in the gym 5 days a week 2 hours each session, doing both cardio and weight lifting.... with 2 days rest. your knowledge and comments are welcomed! Thanks for reading my post.......

Kind Regards,
Bren

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