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Average gains??

#1
When / if you've had a week off what has your weight gain been??

I have next wk (mon-fri) off as I am on holiday in Yarmouth, I wasn't going to take it off but I just couldn't go away to the coast without having the infamous fish & chips!!
I'm not going to go crazy and fill my face with everything I see, I no I will gain some weight most of which will most prob be water weight and I'll be able to shift that within a few days of being back.

Just wanted to know when you've had a planned wk off what yours gains have been...
 
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Jayellekay

this time - the last time
#2
I've had a couple of stops. I always estimate I'll gain whatever I lost on my week 1. Most of week 1 is water/glycogen stores.
I've not quite matched that gain, as often I think I lose a pound or two in the week by healthy eating, which reduces the gain.
So I guess it depends how much water were you holding at the beginning, and how bad are you intending on being whilst you're away?
 
#3
On average, with careful healthy eating my gains have been around 6lbs over two weeks. This is due to the water/glycogen stores filling up again!

A week on SS+ and I lose that gain and a little bit more.
 

Rolly82

not giving up
#4
This is very interesting thanks as i am having a few days break over Christmas and it has been worrying me. I'm not going to go crazy just not be on SS for a couple of days. Doesn't help that the OH birthday is the day after boxing day....gggrrrrr

x
 
#5
It's my OH 25th, want to be able to enjoy myself.

I am planning on eating relatively healthy, but that's me saying it now and not next week. I was thinking of taking a few shakes with me but I'm not sure
 
#6
Why don't you try and do shakes for breakfast? At least then that's one meal down x
 

Jayellekay

this time - the last time
#7
How about shake for breakfast, and no carbs for lunch. Then you can have a 'normal' meal at night.
Should minimise the damage a bit?
 


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