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  • v MEL635
    Just stopping by to see how things are going. ???
    4197 days ago
  • v FT4EVR
    Another new week is here! Ready to eat healthier and get some exercise?! If we don't, next week we'll be wishing we had. No more wishing about it! Let's get it done! emoticon
    4198 days ago
  • v FT4EVR
    Hi, Thanks for the blog comment! I am doing it the only way that works for me, calories in versus calories out. I have to watch what I eat and get exercise 3 days a week. Nothing crazy! I just have to stick with it! Have a nice weekend! emoticon
    4200 days ago
  • v ALLELUIA525
    Everyone does calorie cycling differently.

    Basically, the premise behind it is that you never let your body figure out that you're dieting and keep it from going into "starvation mode". Often, when people start dieting, they get into a food rut and eat the same things day after day or at least keep their calorie intake at the same level. What you want to do with calorie cycling is eat on the high end of your calorie range one day, then on the low end the next. My calorie range is 1200-1550. I usually try to eat between 1200-1275 on my low days then 1475-1550 on my high day. I have found two low days then a high day works best for me. I've even lost weight the morning after a high day. The only time I don't lose weight is usually during PMS. Some people take the extra calories that aren't eaten on the low days and add them to a high day. I don't do that since what I'm doing is working for me.

    You will want to pick your high days (days you know you will eat more calories) ~ maybe you go out to eat once a week...that would probably be a high day. You may also want to make sure your high day is not the day before you weigh in. Here is a sample week:

    Sunday - middle
    Monday - high
    Tuesday - low
    Wednesday - low
    Thursday - high
    Friday - low
    Saturday - low

    I hope this works for you!
    4219 days ago
  • v _FITNESS*DIVA_
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    Its very sweet of you to stop by and congratulating me...I wish YOU all the best here on SP. Stay Positive and focused!

    Keep in touch!
    -Adriana emoticon
    4231 days ago
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