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  • LazyBlondeChef
    LazyBlondeChef Posts: 2,809 Member
    Track: yes
    Calories: yes
    Exercise: yes
      • 21 minute upper body weights

      Pass Days: 3
    1. Yukizz
      Yukizz Posts: 390 Member
      DATE: April 10
      EXERCISED: Yes (70 min stationary bike)
      CALORIES: Yes (under)
      TRACKED: Yes
      Pass Days used: 1
    2. GinLee61
      GinLee61 Posts: 1,207 Member
      Date: 4/11

      Exercised?: Y, 31 minutes aerobics and 40 minutes raking
      Calories?: Y
      Tracked?: Y

      Pass Days Used - 3/3

    3. fannydhelia
      fannydhelia Posts: 365 Member
      Exercised?: ✅ Yes
      Calories?: ✅ Yes
      Tracked?: ✅ Yes

      Pass days used: 2/3
    4. Caroline_slowandsteady
      April 10

      Exercise: 15 minutes MommaStrong, 5 minutes stretching (hey, better than 0), 40 minutes walk
      Tracking: Planned the day except for dinner, then did not track deviations or out to dinner
      Calories: Certainly over, with going out to dinner, though I think I ordered pretty sensibly

      I have lost track of pass days but I am certainly over.

      I have been fortunate enough to not have surgery during weight loss. I do struggle with my autoimmune disease with occasional flares. I think the thing is to honestly do the best you can, and forgive yourself when the best you can do is not good enough to get the results you want.

    5. SummerSkier
      SummerSkier Posts: 4,882 Member
      pass days used .5 (hahah.. I made up half of my excess on Sun yesterday and will make the rest up today)

      As far as surgery no. But definitely some injuries which limited my running and walking. I would say that your body uses more cals to heal than you think so make sure to give it enough nutrition post surgery while not over doing it. I noticed when I had the flu in 2018 that I expended a LOT more calories - my resting heart rate was 10 beats up for several weeks. So even though I was pretty much a zombie I was burning a lot of cals fighting the virus.
    6. CarolAnnM2
      CarolAnnM2 Posts: 1,073 Member
      Thank you all for sharing!
    7. brisingr86
      brisingr86 Posts: 1,789 Member
      Did I exercise for at least 20 minutes? No. Was lazy and stayed up until midnight to finish my book
      Did I stay within my calorie budget for the day? Yes
      Did I keep track of everything I ate and drank? Yes
    8. StrongerJan
      StrongerJan Posts: 258 Member
      no exercise
      2/3 Pass :(
    9. itladyee
      itladyee Posts: 4,310 Member
      Did I exercise for at least 20 minutes? yes
      Did I stay within my calorie budget for the day? yes
      Did I keep track of everything I ate and drank? yes

      Passed Days Used 2
      4/5/2023 just one of "those" days
      4/9/2023 Easter
    10. bookieNJ
      bookieNJ Posts: 3,907 Member
      Yes x 3. 2 pass days used
    11. stella7x7
      stella7x7 Posts: 2,655 Member
      Exersised yes
      Caleries yes
    12. TerriRichardson112
      TerriRichardson112 Posts: 18,327 Member
      ✅✅✅ 2️⃣ pass days left 👌🏻

      I had a hip replacement 9 months into my starting weight loss. I had lost about 45 lbs, and had been training so that I was as fit as possible, and I was back to almost normal about 3 weeks after the op.

      I’ve had a few minor surgeries since but was only laid up for less than a week with those.
    13. Jana_2020
      Jana_2020 Posts: 1,244 Member
      Happy 1 yr anniversary @CarolAnnM2 and good luck on your recovery after your surgery. I had my gallbladder removed (emergency) Christmas 2020 - right in the thick of another round of rising Covid cases: hospitals were short-staffed and over capacity. All went well. I did okay on maintaining but then slowly I started to gain weight and by the end of April had regained to my starting weight (16 lbs regained). But that was bc I was binging. I finally had to get a book on self-sabotaging and work my way through that. Today I can say that area of my life is under control. I do need to work on portion control still but now that I'm off a particular med, I've noticed my appetite has diminished.

      Apr 10: Logged, Exercised but ate over my calorie limit.

    14. znaoiec
      znaoiec Posts: 1,988 Member
      Yes, yes and yes
      Walking and yoga
    15. MadisonMolly2017
      MadisonMolly2017 Posts: 11,105 Member


      After Kidney transplant & an Arm/shoulder break surgery - scale zoomed up immediately post surgery.

      knew from transplant that I should eat more protein & expect temporary weight gain (water).

      It is very important not to diet post surgery. Your body needs 20-25% more calories to handle the increased energy needs of healing. I did diet the first 3 weeks & then was told not to until week 8.

      They got me walking a lot of steps very soon after each surgery - even if I had to break it into 3 walks.

      I did ALL PT exactly as prescribed, using the Durrell’s on Corfu &
      Other shows to help
      Me pass the 1-2 hours…

      Good luck on your recovery.
    16. victorious55
      victorious55 Posts: 3,320 Member
      April 10, 2023

      Did I exercise for at least 20 minutes? No
      Did I stay within my calorie budget for the day? Yes
      Did I keep track of everything I ate and drank? Yes

      Habits to maintain this month:
      Kitchen Closed? Yes
      Did you go "nuts" with nuts today? No (5 days -free)
      Within Sugar macro today? Yes (6 days)

      Pass day 3/3 (this is for accountability to myself and my records).
    17. GrandmaJackie
      GrandmaJackie Posts: 36,297 Member

      Did I exercise for at least 20 minutes 👍🏻
      Did I stay within my calorie budget for the day 👍🏻
      Did I keep track of everything I ate and drank 👍🏻

      (Documenting consistency (if there is a P=instead of number its a Pass Day)
      UAC: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12 - 13 - 14 - 15 - 16 - 17 - 18 - 19 - 20 - 21-22 - 23 - 24 - 25 - 26 - 27 - 28 - 29 - 30 - 31

      Pass Day - 0
    18. ideas2
      ideas2 Posts: 1,255 Member
      Pass day.