Jun 24, 2011 11:35am

KateBrown KateBrown
345 posts

I Lost 5 Lbs! Ultimate Caveman Meat Lover

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Aug 10, 2011 6:22am

nicoledisuza nicoledisuza
1 post

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Aug 26, 2011 3:49am

aliciakeynes aliciakeynes
4 posts

When you start a weight loss program you should eat less calories than you burn. That means you should eat less and work out more. Neither eating less nor making exercises are not something you are born it, you have to fight hard to keep up with the program.
This means you can get very fast distracted and failing, or if something goes wrong in your life you may have no power to fight against your stomach craving for food and you lack of energy to do the daily exercises.
If you are used to eat a lot of sugar and you drastically stop the intake you body will notice it and will try everything to make you to stop your diet. You will find out how conservative your body is. For the first weeks which are most important you will feel sad and powerless, you won’t be able to fight real life problems with the same energy you were used to. You will feel tired physically and psychically.
You need something that will keep you up and running, something with so much power that will step over all the above. It is Motivation. Yes, the motivation can drive you trough this very hard process of changing your lifestyle. If you lack motivation you will fail.
So, what to do to keep you motivated ?
Set-up Goals
Set-up clear, achievable goals. For example, if you are under 22 you should set your goals at 2 pounds per week. If you are over 22 and you have a job going on you should stick at 1 pound. It is better to set it low and surprise yourself every day than set it high and never achieve. This little failures will add to your other problems and stress issues and you will forget about the scope.
Write down your achievements
If you really want to follow your goals you should write down every week weight-in. So you will know how to adapt your goals or what you have done wrong if a week something does not work as you expected.
Reward yourself
Whenever you go ahead of schedule for a specific week, do something nice, buy yourself something you wanted for a long time. Go to do something special, be happy about it, so you can remember how good is when you are ahead of schedule.
Visualize yourself skinner, lighter, running faster, acting faster. Think at all thing you can do better with less pounds: you will run faster, walk faster, you will be tireless, you will attract women, and many other things that apply directly to your life: all your colleagues will congratulate you, you will be the winner, the center of attention, people will look at you as a winner.
Read other success stories
Go on forums every day and look at what others achieved and how good they feel with all those pounds off. Reading success stories will make you feel better and more motivated.

Sep 28, 2011 11:17am

brozo619 brozo619
1 post

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Oct 23, 2011 12:12pm

titch_goodman titch_goodman
1 post

I Lost 10 Lbs! I Lost 5 Lbs!

hi all.. im a mum to 2… iv always been a big lass i used to hate myself…. but got with a man who loved every part of me… but now i want to lose weight for health reasons not because of what people think of me if you dont like the way i look then dont look…. we want to try for another baby next november but in march 2012 we r getting married so i want to lose abit of weight…. so far have lost just over a stone in 3/4weeks

Oct 29, 2011 10:55am

themotivator1 themotivator1
1 post

I increased my mileage on the treadmill from 2 to 5 miles 4-6 days a week and after 4 months lost 40 pounds

Oct 30, 2011 11:49pm

noeldelisle noeldelisle
9 posts

I Did 1,000 Pushups! I Burned 25K Calories! I Lost 35 Lbs! I Ran 100 Miles! Marathoner Pool Beast I Lost 20 Lbs! I Lost 10 Lbs! Top Dog I Biked 100 Miles! I Lost 5 Lbs!

I always used to be fit and athletic. All my life I excelled in every sport and physical activity I tried…but life happens…you get married, get a new job, start eating out and quit working out or being active…

These life choices don’t come without consequence…and with new stresses in life from changing life patterns…plus the lack of discipline in the area of diet and fitness, I saw myself go from a fit, active male, to a lazy slob…

The day my kid was born, I had grown to nearly 300 pounds…I remember holding him in the hospital in my arms for the first time, and deciding right then and there that I was going to get back into shape.

I started monitoring my food intake, hitting the gym hard, and even started getting into triathlons and distance running.

Shortly after I began my journey back to a fit and healthy lifestyle, I discovered DailyBurn (which at the time was still Gyminee)…over the next few years on and off I would use Gyminee/DailyBurn to track my diet, workout and weight loss goals.

In Fall of 2009, I had not only lost quite a bit of weight, but I also enlisted in the United States Marine Corps…naturally, this helped to aid me in my progress of getting even more fit…

As I write this message, I am currently nearing the end of my second deployment overseas with a Marine Corps Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team (FAST) and I am over 100 pounds lighter than when I began my journey.

To date, I’ve completed 3 marathons, 5 half-marathons, 2 cycling races, & 7 triathlons, one of which was a Half-Ironman.

I want to thank the folks at Gyminee/DailyBurn for providing such a great resource to people of all levels of fitness…keep up the great work…and for those of you working towards weight loss and fitness goals…take one day at a time, savor the small victories, and keep pressing on!

Semper Fi
Cpl DeLisle, Noel/USMC

Before/After - Noel DeLisle

Oct 23, 2012 6:25am

buildinghealth buildinghealth
1 post

Hi this is rockey, few months back i am suffering with obesity. My friend gave me one suggestion that in stead of using bus for small distances it is better to walk i implemented it with in two and half months i lose my belly fat completely.

Jan 11, 2013 2:18am

Cathysimm914 Cathysimm914
3 posts

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Mar 2, 2013 12:47pm

cheval cheval
2 posts

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Apr 4, 2013 7:33am

MarkDuin MarkDuin
5 posts

I was very fat 5 months ago. I wanted to lose weight but nothing could motivate me. Later I watched a motivational speach given My Eric Thomas. Since then I started jogging every morning at 6. I lost 5 kg of weight in just 3 weeks. I was an amazing experience. I’m still on pursuit to lose another 5kg of weight.

Apr 4, 2013 11:35am

hcgbodynow hcgbodynow
1 post

My wife and I both have struggled with weight gain sense we hit our forties. Then we read about HCG, We both had to do several rounds of HCG to lose the weight. I lost it faster then my wife she lost about .5 lbs a day, were I would loose up to 1.5 lbs per day. The really great thing about HCG is when you do gain some of the weight back you do not end up fatter then you started and we have never gained it all back.

For those poo pooing hCG, you need to read Dr Simeon’s manuscript Pounds and Inches, http://www.hcgbodyshaper.com/simeon.pdf. Also take a look at http://www.hcgbodynow.com/ it gives you facts on why the 500 calorie diet works and that you are not starving yourself because you are living off your fat! For those that purchased homeopathic HCG, you did starve yourself and yes you could end up fatter then when you started, like all starvation diets.There is a good YouTube video by Dr. Clark he explains why homeopathic HCG does not work, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwZKiBcWsPQ&nore….

Jun 12, 2013 10:03am

silvyaallan silvyaallan
2 posts

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