Can i do it?

Discussion in 'General Weight Loss Discussion' started by Cahrlierogers, 15 February 2014 Social URL.

  1. Cahrlierogers

    Cahrlierogers Full Member

    Last night i decided that i would make a date for a shopping spree with my friend and we are planning to go round the shops and get a load of clothes but i am not happy with my weight and want to have lost 3 stone for it this is the end of may do people think this is unrealistic or is it a little hard but achievable.
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  3. shazzla

    shazzla Member

    You can do anything if you really want to - and it sounds to me like you REALLY want to! Good luck, keep tracking and sharing your experiences on here and you will get there - it's just a matter of time. Good luck!!!!
  4. Cahrlierogers

    Cahrlierogers Full Member

    Knock my head against the wall sometimes lol
  5. Stackhead

    Stackhead Slow and steady...

    It's 9 weeks til May now, 3 stone = 42lbs / 9 = 4.6lbs per week.

    As harsh as this will sound, thats unrealistic and quite frankly even on a VLCD would be almost unachievable.
  6. Cahrlierogers

    Cahrlierogers Full Member

    im really buzzing about may but it may spoil it if i cant lose i think i need a kick up the arse like christmas gave me
  7. Stackhead

    Stackhead Slow and steady...

    It's fine to have a target and to be excited about what's going to happen at a certain time point but you also have to be realistic, otherwise as you get closer to your time limit without achieving your goal you'll just get down hearted and be more likely to give up.
  8. TracyGWill

    TracyGWill Gold Member

    If you're talikng about the end of May, I'd aim for 2 stone maximum. Any more ans, as Stackhead said, you'll only set yourself up for failure. Look at losing 1-2lbs a week. Good luck! :) xx

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