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  • jaxspratz2018jaxspratz2018 Posts: 4Member Member Posts: 4Member Member
    This was a cool idea to check measurements
  • WC1982WC1982 Posts: 140Member Member Posts: 140Member Member
    Nukester88 wrote: »
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    Down 34 pounds, 14 to go. 90 day results, 1400 calories and hiit 5/6 days a week

    Keep up the good work
  • amiocamioc Posts: 37Member Member Posts: 37Member Member
    Nukester88 wrote: »
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    Down 34 pounds, 14 to go. 90 day results, 1400 calories and hiit 5/6 days a week
    Nukester88 wrote: »
    lzty6rskdcy7.jpeg
    Down 34 pounds, 14 to go. 90 day results, 1400 calories and hiit 5/6 days a week

    Wow what a transformation!! Could you tell me your height please? I look like your before picture and would love to reach your after picture. I’m 5ft3 and at the moment mfp is telling me to eat 1,280 calories but I find it really hard to stick to
  • Nukester88Nukester88 Posts: 7Member Member Posts: 7Member Member
    amioc wrote: »
    Nukester88 wrote: »
    lzty6rskdcy7.jpeg
    Down 34 pounds, 14 to go. 90 day results, 1400 calories and hiit 5/6 days a week
    Nukester88 wrote: »
    lzty6rskdcy7.jpeg
    Down 34 pounds, 14 to go. 90 day results, 1400 calories and hiit 5/6 days a week

    Wow what a transformation!! Could you tell me your height please? I look like your before picture and would love to reach your after picture. I’m 5ft3 and at the moment mfp is telling me to eat 1,280 calories but I find it really hard to stick to

    I’m also 5’3, starting weight 173, current 139, 1st goal 125. I did 1400 calories for the first two and a half months (29 pound loss), but stopped dropping weight for two weeks and have been trying to stay closer to 1200-1300 for the past 2 weeks to drop another 5 pounds. 1200 is HARD for me, but I figure I can do anything for a couple months and when I hit maintenance weight I can go back to 1400 calories, which was sustainable. I’m not doing IF, but the way I have been able to drastically lower my calorie intake has been making my breakfast and lunch 1/2 a pot of coffee with half a scoop of protein powder. I usually don’t eat a meal till I get home around 5pm and have 1000 calories left for the night (I’m guilty of late night snacking).
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