- weight loss target
I’ve been doing the 5:2 intermittent fasting diet with some success for a few months now. I was messing about with some numbers to work out how far I wanted to take it.
I worked out that to get into the top of the “normal” BMI band, I would have to lose a total of 28lbs, which is incidentally the weight of my bike.
I like this figure because once I get there, I can dismiss from my mind any ideas of losing weight from my bike via expensive upgrades – after all how much do people spend to lose a pound here and a pound there?!
Feeling good for it, too! Has anyone else set themselves a biking-related target?Posted 5 years agosadexpunkSubscriber
i started at 14st in october with a bloated tum, and thought 1 stone loss would see me reet 🙂
im now at just over 12st, looking far better, but realising im gonna have to dip below 12st to lose those ‘muffin tops’ 😀 using the mirror rather than any specified target weight.
using myfitnesspal and a good weight training prog to get there. finding it quite easy tbh, but impatient to hit that ‘turnaround point’ when i can start adding a few more cals each day to start adding lean mass slowly.Posted 5 years agoPriddsSubscriber
18 months a go weighed over 20 stone. Did weight watchers for a year and got down to 14 stone. Got a bit giddy, jacked weight watchers and by Christmas had got back to 16 stone. Since then have started doing my fitness pal and am now 14stone 10. My aim is to get the top of my healthy weight which is 13 stone 4 and do the Keilder 100 this year, never raced before so might be excitingPosted 5 years ago
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