Still going strong

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by JonnyWopper, 26 September 2011 Social URL.

  1. JonnyWopper

    JonnyWopper Full Member

    The almighty Cambridge Diet
    After a nothing week last week I thought right not this time.
    Last week I ate more i went up to ss+. I went to the gym 2 days.
    And then I ended up losing 6 1/2 lb :D
    What's occuring basically?
    To lose nothing going to the gym more and eating less,
    Then going to the gym less and eating more.
    I'm in my 11th week( I think lol ) and to get 6 1/2 lb that's massive?
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  3. spangles

    spangles Bouncy Castle

    Start Weight:
    Current Weight:
    Goal Weight:
    Cambridge Diet
    I don't know exactly how it works, but it does seem that exercise and SS causes lower losses than either not-exercising-and-SS, or exercising-and-SS+-or-810.

    and cambridge do say that they don't recommend ss if you are active.

    It may be that when you use so many more calories than you consume, that your body is in shock and so shutting down non-essential functions (hair growth etc) in order to preserve your fat stores.
  4. JonnyWopper

    JonnyWopper Full Member

    The almighty Cambridge Diet
    Oh god I don't want to lose my hair lol
    Better slow down a bit lol
  5. Nette

    Nette Full Member

    Start Weight:
    Goal Weight:
    Cambridge Weight Plan SS+
  6. poppygreendog

    poppygreendog Silver Member

    well done - massive loss in particular for week eleven. Never have understood how you seem to lose less if you exercise on SS than if you don't - sort of suits my lazy nature lol. - PGD x
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