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2021....52 Pounds in 52 Weeks Challenge

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  • Limsha2Limsha2 Member Posts: 12 Member Member Posts: 12 Member
    New Year New Start,
    SW 213
    GW 140
    CW 213
    This week success, Joined and committed to 52 week challenge.
    This week challenge, logging all food.
  • Lilylady3kLilylady3k Member, Premium Posts: 1,102 Member Member, Premium Posts: 1,102 Member
    Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in day out.

    A pound a week seems reasonable I need to quit losing the same pounds over and over. If you are tired of starting over, STOP giving up.

    2019 Starting Weight: 245 (1/2/2019) BMI 43.4
    2020 Starting Weight: 235 (1/1/2020) BMI 41.6
    2021 Starting Weight: 212 (1/1/2021) BMI 37.6
    Goal for 2021: <200 BMI 35 (Dr set target before next physical)
    Stretch Goal for 2021: <170 (Overweight instead of obese)
    Current weight: 210.0 BMI 37.2
    2021 weight loss: 2
    Total weight lost: 35

    Past week's successes: Met exercise goals and saw 209 a couple of days.
    This week's challenges: Execute on the plan start my low carb way of eating! Plus need to reach my daily goal of water which I let slide again last week.
    Challenge Tracking
    START Jan 1: 211.4
    WK01 Jan 4: 210.1 (-1.3)
    WK02 Jan 11: 210.0 (-.1)
    WK03 Jan 18:
    WK04 Jan 25:
    Jan Loss: 2
    edited January 11
  • wairegisalmikawairegisalmika Member Posts: 4 Member Member Posts: 4 Member
    Let's go!!

    Starting Weight (on January 11th): 190.8 lbs
    Goal Weight: 150.0 lbs
    Current Weight: 190.8 lbs
    This Week's Successes: Joining this 52 week challenge and deciding to better my health :)
    This Week's Challenges: Staying Committed to the challenge and trying to balance diet and exercise with classes starting up 😕
  • skeletalplatypiskeletalplatypi Member Posts: 19 Member Member Posts: 19 Member
    @tammierlewis Yes! It is a lot of fun. My mom and partner did it together a couple of years ago. My mom and I are going to do it together this year. The point is to climb as many climbs as possible in 24 straight hours. I've been climbing since I was 2. I used to take it pretty serious but after having my kids, I gained a lot of weight and lost motivation. I want to take back my mind and body, so this felt like the perfect motivation!
  • mermaidnjmermaidnj Member Posts: 106 Member Member Posts: 106 Member
    shallid1 wrote: »
    Starting weight 2021: 217.4
    Goal weight: 170
    Current weight: 225.6
    Total weight lost: gained +8.2
    This week's successes: none
    This week's challenges: left over foods and flu

    Sorry you have the flu, I feel you I love leftovers stay strong🏋️‍♀️
  • 230137isntmyweight230137isntmyweight Member, Premium Posts: 261 Member Member, Premium Posts: 261 Member
    Starting weight: 240(Feb 2020) / 198 (1/1/2021)
    Goal weight: 144 although I may amend this based on body fat percentage when closer.
    Current weight: 196.3 1/12/21
    Total weight lost: 1.7
    This week's successes: Drinking my water
    This week's challenges: Exercising enough
  • EmheiaEmheia Member Posts: 7 Member Member Posts: 7 Member
    Howdy!

    Starting weight: 325
    Goal weight: 150
    Current weight: 321
    Total weight lost: 4lbs

    This week's successes: Eating better, exercising daily, met/exceeded my 2lb weekly goal.
    This week's challenges: Having honest conversations with myself about whether or not I'm actually hungry when cravings hit.

    Personal Milestone Weights(for tracking purposes): 320/300/280(Pre-COVID weight)/250/220(Last time I lost weight)/200/180(Highest Highschool Weight)/160(Lowest Highschool Weight)/150
  • skeletalplatypiskeletalplatypi Member Posts: 19 Member Member Posts: 19 Member
    Starting weight: 155lb (5'0", BMI 30.27)
    Goal weight: 100lb (BMI 19.53)
    Current weight: 150lb
    Total weight lost: 5lb
    This week's successes: I kept up with my supplements every day this week. I feel great, despite having a few days above my calorie allotment. I'm trying to maintain a healthy relationship with my food and I feel like I've done much better than normal.
    This week's challenges: I can tell that my cycle is about to start and I've just felt a little meh regarding myself. I also had to stop taking one of my medications and it's been a little bleh, too.

    My reasoning for getting that low is for a climbing competition. I have to climb for 24 hours straight and it will be incredibly difficult at a high weight. The smaller I can be, the easier it will make this competition. I plan on that being my competition weight and having my maintenance weight be closer to 110.


    START Jan 1: 150lb
    WK01 Jan 3: 150lb
    WK02 Jan 7: 150.4lb
    WK03 Jan 14: 147.6lb
    WK04 Jan 24:
    WK05 Jan 31:
    Jan Loss:
  • MTW70MTW70 Member Posts: 142 Member Member Posts: 142 Member
    Starting weight: 176.7 ( January 1, 2021)
    Goal weight: 134

    Current weight: 176.2
    Total weight lost: .5 lbs

    This week's successes:
    This week's challenges:

    01/01: 176.7
    01/08: 176.2
    01/15:
    01/22:
    01/29:
  • Ironedge2009Ironedge2009 Member Posts: 3 Member Member Posts: 3 Member
    I am in for this challenge to hold myself accountable. I am 51 year old 6'0" with a Thyroid issue, that I am on Meds for, and tore my Achilles in May. My weight constantly yoyo's and the up is more than the down. Heaviest I have ever been.
    I have been unable to do any cardio and the weight has continued to creep up. I also have a torn Meniscus but can still get around. I decided to test the waters on the stationary bike this morning and am able to start doing that. Hopefully this will help take the weight off.
    Starting weight: 287.2 ( January 1, 2021)
    Goal weight: 195

    Current weight: 281.8
    Total weight lost: 5.6

    This week's successes: Rode on stationary bike for 20 minutes
    This week's challenges: Incorporate 3 cardio and 2 strength days each week until the end of January

    01/15:
    01/22:
    01/29:
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