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Week 13 WI. unlucky for some.....

S: 16st2lb C: 13st11lb G: 12st10lb BMI: 29.3 Loss: 2st5lb(14.6%)
#3
Indeed, much respect to the science geek! 6lb is fab, that's almost half a stone in just one week :eek::D!
 

catznolan

nearly there!! :)
#4
fricking hell. well done hunni u are flying it xxx
 
S: 16st5lb C: 12st13lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 29.2 Loss: 3st6lb(20.96%)
#5
Oh my!! Wow! How amazing is that?! No way my 13 week weigh in is going to be any where near as impressive! You are a total star!

How are you feeling on the running front by the way? I wanted to start again but was worried as one of the doctors in work confirmed that I wouldn't be able to convert the fat quickly enough on such few calories and would start burning muscle (she explained the ketosis to me in an understandable way but I so can't remember to repeat it!) so that worried me and put me off! I know you research everything, so convince me it's safe to get back on the treadmill or go out for a little jog?? I dreamt I was running the other night and felt brilliant!
 
#6
I've felt great on the running front.
I've only done as much as I feel I should be, and I stopped and walked the rest when I felt I had run enough.

Doing 15 or 20 minutes, I feel, is not dangerous or detrimental.
It appears to have given my body a wakeup call this week, so I'm going to keep doing it!
 
S: 16st5lb C: 12st13lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 29.2 Loss: 3st6lb(20.96%)
#8
Oooh, I might try it this week. I feel I could run, as I have loads of energy, but have been too scared to do anything!! I'm going to go on your advice and see how it feels when I try it! Thanks Pete!
 
S: 22st0lb C: 17st5lb G: 8st0lb BMI: 45.9 Loss: 4st9lb(21.1%)
#9
Hey thats fab and on the exercise front I spoke to my llc about it on tuesday and she says as long as your body says it's ok it's ok xXx
 
#10
good to know an LLC agrees!
I've always said, your body will soon let you know if you are doing something it doesn't like!

Poppy, that;s the same reason I started to run in the first place. 2 weeks of walking around to/from work, and just *feeling* that my legs wanted to go faster than my head was allwoing them to. So this week I just though, you know what? f*ck it, I'm just gonna do it, and see what happens.

SO glad I did. Now I can't wait to get my bike out tomorrow for the first time in aaages, and I *know* that I'm going to have the energy and fitness level to have a blast on it :)

Good luck with your running!
It gets addictive, I warn you! :D
 
S: 16st5lb C: 12st13lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 29.2 Loss: 3st6lb(20.96%)
#11
I used to run three times a week for an hour on the treadmill and loved it (obviously about seven years' ago before I was over 15 stone!!) I've never really been one to run the streets, but I might try it. Darn, just thought, don't think I've got any trainers.

But you've given me another idea and I might get out on my bike. I bought a really good one (Giant) and only went on it once before I got pregnant with Charlie. I'm going to get it out and dust it off this week. I really need to up my activity level to be honest.
 
S: 22st0lb C: 17st5lb G: 8st0lb BMI: 45.9 Loss: 4st9lb(21.1%)
#13
Ah poppy but you forget having no trainers is a reason to shop ;). I agree with pete it's definately addictive! I can't wait to get up and go now :).

We should have our own runners thread, I'm sure Ls said something like this a while ago but we never started one.

Emma xXx
 
#14
Poppy, nice idea with the bike, but be warned!
I got mine out this morning, and jeez, it was SO much harder than running.

I guess my legs are used to carrying around 20+ stone of me, so walking and to a lesser extent running feels OK, but the bike was something different.

I found 30 minutes of it really hard going, and my legs were burning like hell by the time I got home. I never got out of breath, but it just made me feel so tired, far moreso than the running has in the past week (and I don't mean *yawn* sleepy tired, I mean *collapse in a pile of zzzz's as my whole body just doesn't want to go anymore* tired)

I don't think I'm going to do it again until I'm back on f**d TBH. I'll keep running to get my fitness level up, but the biking just felt way too much for me to do at the moment :(
 

Huseyin

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S: 17st2.8lb C: 17st2.8lb G: 12st0lb BMI: 33.6 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#15
.......but not for me!
A spectacular return to form after my slow month, with 6lbs gone this week! YeeHAW!

Puts me at 15.13 now! Can't believe it!
ME! Into the 15's!!!! :eek:

Seems all that running this week paid off.
Here's to the next seven days! :cool:
Brill mate, that is very good news, you are getting there, i was there not too long ago :) feels like yesterday actually which is a good thing because its going to fly off

Hope im as lucky this week as you are!! :D
 

Huseyin

Silver Member
S: 17st2.8lb C: 17st2.8lb G: 12st0lb BMI: 33.6 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#16
good to know an LLC agrees!
I've always said, your body will soon let you know if you are doing something it doesn't like!

Poppy, that;s the same reason I started to run in the first place. 2 weeks of walking around to/from work, and just *feeling* that my legs wanted to go faster than my head was allwoing them to. So this week I just though, you know what? f*ck it, I'm just gonna do it, and see what happens.

SO glad I did. Now I can't wait to get my bike out tomorrow for the first time in aaages, and I *know* that I'm going to have the energy and fitness level to have a blast on it :)

Good luck with your running!
It gets addictive, I warn you! :D
Nice going there pete i see you managed to change that light bulb then :p
 
S: 12st6lb C: 10st8lb G: 9st7lb BMI: 28 Loss: 1st12lb(14.94%)
#17
well done Pete, thats fantastic!!!
daisy x
 
S: 16st5lb C: 12st13lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 29.2 Loss: 3st6lb(20.96%)
#18
Poppy, nice idea with the bike, but be warned!
I got mine out this morning, and jeez, it was SO much harder than running.

I guess my legs are used to carrying around 20+ stone of me, so walking and to a lesser extent running feels OK, but the bike was something different.

I found 30 minutes of it really hard going, and my legs were burning like hell by the time I got home. I never got out of breath, but it just made me feel so tired, far moreso than the running has in the past week (and I don't mean *yawn* sleepy tired, I mean *collapse in a pile of zzzz's as my whole body just doesn't want to go anymore* tired)

I don't think I'm going to do it again until I'm back on f**d TBH. I'll keep running to get my fitness level up, but the biking just felt way too much for me to do at the moment :(
Yikes!! :eek: I'm going to avoid that then! I know from walking up the stairs at work, when I do more than two flights my thigh muscles really start to burn and just feel 'tired'. I can therefore imagine that the bike is going to hurt, especially as it's worn you out!

Right, plan A then and I'll go shopping for trainers like FYM says! ;
 


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