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Thread: 2lb Gain

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    Join Date
    28th January, 2014
    Rep Power
    Height: 5ft2in
    Start Date: 20th January 2014
    Start Weight: 12st6lb
    Current Weight: 11st13lb
    Goal Weight: 10st0lb
    Goal Date: 1st July 2014

    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 31.8
    Current BMI: 30.5
    Goal BMI: 25.6

    Total Weight Loss: 0st7lb
    Weight to Lose: 1st13lb
    % Lost 4.02%

    2lb Gain

    I've been doing 5:2 for the past four weeks now. 1st week I lost 6lb, 2nd week I lost 1lb and 3rd week I lost a further 2lb.

    I've weighed myself this morning and I've gained 2lb this week.

    On my fasting days I never exceed 500 cals and in my opinion I don't overdo it on feast days. A typical feast day is as follows: Breakfast: Branflakes with semi skimmed milk, Lunch: Ham and salad sandwich with a packet of ww crisps, Dinner: Either pasta with a tomato based sauce or salmon, new pots and salad and I may have a ww cake bar in the evening with a cup of tea.

    I feel really disheartened today and was wondering if any of you guys have had the same happen to you?

    Any advice appreciated.


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    Join Date
    18th February, 2014
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    Rep Power
    Diet: 5:2
    Height: 6ft3in
    Start Date: 17 July 2011
    Start Weight: 281.1lb
    Current Weight: 241.4lb
    Goal Weight: 218.3lb
    Goal Date: 17 July 2015

    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 35.1
    Current BMI: 30.2
    Goal BMI: 27.3

    Total Weight Loss: 39.7lb
    Weight to Lose: 23.1lb
    % Lost 14.12%
    Don't panic and hang in there. Your weight will go up and down, but be sure it will drop over time. I have done this since July 2013 and have dropped 14.3lb. I see this as a long term commitment and for my future health as I'm not a sports fan (except in front of the TV set) and hate going to the gym. Consider to eat all 500 cal as a late lunch if you can.

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