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My 1st question is: I Host XP Lobbys and Mod Medifast menu games on Modern warfare reflex Wii,? Many thanks for any answer or 2. Another question I got... I am just about 9 months out from.

Surgery.

And have lost 94 pounds. I have been at this weight (186) for a month! Have I reached the limit of my weight loss? I KNOW I should excersize more since I'm only getting to the gym about twice a week. I am probably snacking too much on carbs. Ok, Ok...I guess I KNOW what the problem is...lol...but how do I get motivated to do more?.

How long after.

Surgery.

Does the weight loss stop? At least from others experiences? I need some others to tell me what they have gone through so I know I'm not the only one who is STUCK!!..

Comments (4)

That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

One good.

Exercise.

Approach for busy people is to trade time for intensity in your workout. For example, 1/2 hour of water.

Walking.

Equals 2 hours on land. Use trekking poles or wrist weights during a 1/2 hour walk to increase cardio and work the upper body. Alternate between a short and a long workout. I have the leisure of a longer workout on some days, and combined with a shorter easier routine it gives me all I need. Another great approach is interval training - check out articles on it on Google. Overall, success comes more easily when we only change one thing at a time.



Exercise.

, then tighten up the other. Me personally I always start with.

Exercise.

- that typicall moves the scale right away for me...

Comment #2

I've got to agree with the girls. You need to do some kind of activity almost every day and look out for those carbs. I am ten months post op today and down 143 pounds. I would never believe I'd see a size twelve again but there's not a carb in the world I would trade for this feeling. I mean that too, loose skin and all..

Good luck and keep moving..

Maggie..

Comment #3

First of all, Congratulations on your weight loss thus far! I agree that.

Exercise.

Gets mundane and uninteresting. You could try a few things....

At the gym...get someone to workout with you so you have someone to be accountable with and definitely get to the gym more. You could even get a.

Personal trainer.

Who can really change up your routine and who you are again accountable to..

Outside the gym...Park far away from your destination, take stairs instead of elevators, WALK outside and add light hand weights, Get yourself a "buddy" who will walk with you outside, at malls, or even at your local high.

School.

..

There are a lot of possibilities for you, but the main thing you need to don is get your mind into it again. I mean, you did this drastic, major.

Surgery.

To help you.

Lose weight.

...are you going to let that be for nothing? You know what needs to get done...just do it because you are worth it and you can finish this journey!..

Comment #4

Thank you all. I KNOW what I have to do, I just need some push to do it! I have a feeling that with spring coming, it'll get better! I will prevail!..

Comment #5


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.