JeromeBarry1 wrote: »
I've been trying to figure how to maintain almost as long as I've been trying to figure how to lose. Here's where I am right now. I'm 13 lb away from my target goal, and have lost 4+ lb in the past week. Partly, I've exercised a lot, but not 4 lb worth. Anyway, today I reached the Healthy BMI of 24.9 for the first time and I'm going to deliberately raise my calories a little bit today and see how that plays out over the next few days. I've long recognized that my calorie deficit is built during my workday as I've learned to resist the freely available snacks and candy at work. Today I raised my workplace calories just a bit. My "home" calories aren't changing.
HarpingOn wrote: »
I dropped from 147kg to 69Kg. 69 was where I wanted to be. Tried to maintain, but in a year, crept up to 79Kg, not good. Back at 71Kg at the moment, so 2Kg to go to get back to goal. Honestly I found/find maintenance much harder than weight loss, because the temptation to eat more because I'm not trying to lose weight is much stronger. When I'm in a mindset of losing, I find much more self discipline.
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