Monday, December 01, 2008

Week 198

0.2lb gain.

While there appears to be a gain, I'm not worried about it. The fact is I've been on track all week, which is the greater achievement. I feel fairly certain this is just an anomaly and this will show in next week's stats.

So now we enter December, potentially one of the healthy eater's most dangerous months of the year.

Time for Damage Limitation!


Starting Weight: 19st 9lb - 275lbs
Current Weight: 13st 3.4lb - 185.4lbs
Body fat: 26.2%
Total Weight Loss: 89.6lbs

7 comments:

MizFit said...

yep.

it is time fer the damage limitation...whats the plan?

I know you have one...

fatmammycat said...

Indeed, a good week and a nice hold. Chrostmas doesn't have to be all bad food&drink wise. Well, I say that but I have yet to start a january NOT feeling bloated and with a liver twice its normal size.
I'm hoping this year will be different.

Kim Ayres said...

MizFit - The plan... hmmm... gonna have to work on that one. If I figure one out, I'll do that guest blog you mentioned :)

FMC - how many times have we said, after a night of excess, "never again!" Why we think we can tame Feastmas, firmly believing, insite of all previous evidence, that "this year will be different" is one of the great mysteries of the human condition :)

fatmammycat said...

Heh. We've just got to roll with the punches Kim.

Sayre said...

Anomolies happen. You can do everything right and still have the scale disagree. Then there's that flipside where you do everything wrong and it registers a loss. Go figure. I think it's what happens over the long haul that matters, not the week-to-week. That's just for keeping you honest and on track.

We have already had our first big meal of the Feastmas season (US Thanksgiving), and I've STILL managed to lose weight - one of those flipside anomolies!!!

Ron said...

Take one day at a time, and try and make the best choices that will keep you on track, If you make a mistake, take note of it and move on. You have come along weigh... u will get there

Kim Ayres said...

FMC - haven't we just :)

Sayre - it's the long haul for definite. It's all about the mental battle - the physical aspect is the side effect

Ron - welcome to Losing a Hundredweight and thanks for taking the time to comment :)