Ok,I'm up 5 lbs and need to stop eating the cookies and other sweets.
Anyone else want to confess?
I haven't started eating yet but since last Christmas and this Christmas - about 4 pounds. So now I'm a total of about 12 pounds over what I'd like to be. Ugh.
I've gained 7 since Thanksgiving, so I have you beat! I work in an elementary school, so I've had daily deliveries of sweets from little people, and I didn't want to hurt their feelings:) The diet starts tomorrow - or as soon as I finish all the candy and cookies.
This is probably the most depressing thread topic I've found in my three years here. This beats all the religious bickering I've dealt with. Yep! I've gained weight and I hope to lose it very soon.
haha! Me too! also my waist and my hip areas seem to have melted together - plus there is another double chin trying to add itself. In all, my body is trying to make a rather large statement. Not just becuz of holidays, either. Ah, well, I should try a little more. Maybe in 2012!?
It's too early to tell just yet. Once I'm done with the endless Christmas meals and New Year meals, I'll let you know.
If there were any additional holidays in a short span, I'd wind up having to wear a sheet like a toga, since I'd be too fat for all my clothes....I'm getting there now.
My problem is that I cannot gain weight, however much I want, even if during holidays with little study and work. Metabolism includes two processes: synthesis and break-down, and the latter one is more important for weight gain or lose. I guess the break-down of energy resource in me is too fast, especially when I study with whole heart, I feel hungry all the time.
You've been watching!
But I'm also on the treadmill. I'm hoping that the net will only be a couple of pounds. I can take care of that in January.
Now that you asked, I just don't wanna know. Hahaha! I have noticed that my ab circumference is getting larger. So that I guess is the marking point for me. Lol.
Gained a few pounds fat myself,feeling like a addict now,got to get back to my diet
So the average weight gain is around 7 lbs?
Ok ,what do you do to lose it?
I'm staying away from the carbs and trying to walk more.
I haven't gained any weight so far. I'm on a special diet to reduce pain. So as I stared; drooling over the food I couldn't eat, I thought of the pain that would come later. Pain trumps holiday food.
Morning walk is the best i can do and a light break fast
well i think running is best solution for weight loss.
i have tried it and it really works.
Sex and swimming will take off the pounds fast. Or sex while swimming will do it even faster!
Believe it or not, I have lost a pound. We didn't have our usual holiday dinners etc because of issues with schedules, new baby coming etc. On Christmas we ended up having sandwiches and soup.
i don't have a weighing scale, maybe I gained a little only. This coming year I am trying to gain weight.
i remember a time when i didnt weigh a saw buck,... but that was HS,... i remmber weighing 155 when 9 mo pregnant and thinking "dear god",... i remember weighing 180 8 years later and thinking "holy shit",.... i lost 125 lbs in fall of 06, (ex-husband weighed 125, divorce was final in sept. 06)..... i remember getting down 130 while loading feed and living off of whiskey and soda pop that summer,... i was thinner but i didnt feel good,.... i remember a terible descision to get married again,... he weighed 260,... lost a LOT of weight when i divorced him,...
these days i remember the medicinal value of a smile,... and if bacon makes you smile then it must be good for you.
these days i remember NOT to get on the scales! ha!
Zero. Still have a high metabolic rate at 54. 145lbs, Lean and mean
Lost 3 kg from beginning of Dec to 5th January (about 6 lb)
My secret, didn't change what I eat day in, day out over the Christmas period.
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