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    Goal Date: Someday

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    Fitbit flex

    Does anyone have a fitbit flex/nike fuel band or any of them gizmos? Are they worth it or does it just make things more confusing because you think you are burning more calories than u are coz of general everyday stuff like walking about the house etc?
    Long term goal: Lose 9st12lb (138lbs) - get down to 9st from 18st12lb
    2014- lost 3st1lb (15st11lbs)
    Jan 2015 lost 6lbs (15st5lb) Feb lost 4.5lbs (15st0.5lb) Mar lost 2.5lbs (14st12lb) April lost 4lbs (14st8lbs)
    mini goals:
    lose 4st (14st12lb) 27/3/15
    Moo's Challenge - lose 12lbs in 12 weeks - from 27/3/15-19/6/15 (get to 14st) 4 down 8 to go
    Get halfway (13st9lb)
    get to what I was when I met hubby (12st12lbs)
    lose 7st2lb (obese to overweight bmi - 11st10lb)
    I am doing race for life this year:

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    Current BMI: 31.8
    Goal BMI: 25.8

    Total Weight Loss: 5st11.7lb
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    I have a fitbit one and I love it. I sync it to mfp every day and eat back my calories.

    It's fairly spot on for me in terms of what I should lose and what I have.

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    I'm just calorie counting. Nothing fancy. No rules other than don't go over your daily calorie limit.

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    I've been wondering the same thing.

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    Diet: Calorie Counting, Low GI, No Sugar, Intermittent Fasting
    Height: 4ft11in
    Start Date: 01/01/2015
    Start Weight: 12st7lb
    Current Weight: 10st10lb
    Goal Weight: 9st7lb
    Goal Date: 25th Birthday

    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 35.3
    Current BMI: 30.3
    Goal BMI: 26.9

    Total Weight Loss: 1st11lb
    Weight to Lose: 1st3lb
    % Lost 14.29%
    I got one a few weeks ago, I love it. The fitbit website gives you a calorie goal to aim for so personally I only ever aim for that. I still track my food using a separate app (my phones to old to support the fitbit app) but I ignore the calorie goal that gives me. Haven't found it a problem and have had pretty good and consistent losses since I got it. The fitbit goal does change throughout the day based on how much you've done but I noticed it changes a lot less than mfp and other calorie trackers do when you log exercise on them.
    (March 2014 - 14st 10lbs )

    2015 - The Last Fresh Start

    02/01/2015 - 12st 7lbs
    07/01/2015 - 12st 1.5lbs
    14/01/2015 - 11st 13lbs
    20/01/2015 - 11st 12.5lbs
    23/01/2015 - 11st 10lbs
    30/01/2015 - 11st 8lbs
    06/02/2015 - 11st 6.5lbs
    13/02/2015 - 11st 5lbs
    20/02/2015 - 11st 3.5lbs (10% of total body weight lost!)
    13/03/2015 - 11st 2lbs (50lbs lost in a year!)
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    27/03/2015 - 10st 13lbs!
    24/04/2015 - 10st 10lbs (4 stone gone in total)

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