The FastDay Forum

Weight Maintenance

38 posts Page 3 of 3
Re: Maintaining December 2015
29 Dec 2015, 21:47
Maintaining, 2015:
Today was my last weigh in of the year. I was 1/2 pound over my acceptable range. Which was irritating symbolically, but of course the real significance is that 2015 was a success, fasting-wise. In the course of the year, I've generally been about 3 or 4 pounds over my 2014 average weight. Still, I'm firmly in the normal BMI range, and expect to always be. Bring on the new year!
FastDay: The Program - a free 4 week App-based introduction to 5:2 and intermittent fasting.
Re: Maintaining December 2015
29 Dec 2015, 21:56
And my final weight as well: at 63 kg right in the middle of my maintenance range. And that after X-mas. Bring on the festivities of moving from 2015 to 2016 :grin:
Re: Maintaining December 2015
30 Dec 2015, 14:43
My final for the year is 139.5 pounds, the most I've weighed in a couple of years. But then, I'm still hobbling around with Plantar fasciitis, although it is starting to improve. I'm confident that once I start fasting and exercising again, that IF will take me back down to my goal of 135--that's the beauty of this WOE.

Best of luck to all maintainers in 2016 :clover: :clover:
Re: Maintaining December 2015
31 Dec 2015, 19:33
Maintenance Month 018

Goal weight 120 lbs, maintenance range 118 - 122 lbs, method 19/5 every day.

Entry weight 120 lbs, exit weight 125 lbs, average 123.1 lbs

Lowest 120 lbs (1 day), highest 125 lbs (3 days).

Well, it is December :curse:

Maintenance - losing those last few stubborn pounds over and over again.
Re: Maintaining December 2015
31 Dec 2015, 21:15
My clothes still fit-I'll deal with numbers next week!
Happy New Year Everyone
Re: Maintaining December 2015
31 Dec 2015, 22:14
Last weight-in for 2015, and first for 2016, is 68.5kg. At the top of my range but given that we've just had Xmas, 'oliebollen' (Dutch fried donuts) all day yesterday, I am pretty content. Happy New Year fellow fasters/maintainers!
Re: Maintaining December 2015
03 Jan 2016, 00:20
Yes, I'm late, I'm late with this very important date as I have been visiting family and offline, which can be great, occasionally! :wink:
@Barbarita I just wanted to send you a late second Fast-5versary congratulations - what's one pound between friends :grin: Congratulations to all maintainers, you have inspired me throughout 2015 and I thank you for that. I did feel a bit wobbly calling in maintenance this time last year and not knowing what was ahead and why. I set myself a 2015 goal, to maintain with a 5lb wiggle room (123-128lbs). It's worked, 30th December weigh in 125.4lbs.
I have been through stressful events this last year and I have also made time to enjoy life.
Wishing everyone a great year ahead. :heart:
Re: Maintaining December 2015
03 Jan 2016, 07:03
Wmr309 wrote: At the top of my range but given that we've just had Xmas, 'oliebollen' (Dutch fried donuts) all day yesterday, I am pretty content. Happy New Year fellow fasters/maintainers!

Hi @Wmr309, I know from experience, these Oliebollen are killing :shock: That's why we eat them only once a year :grin: Two days of eating them (31st and new years day) have shown some numbers on the scale that I will not present here :wink: . I have some days and a fast ahead of my first official weighting of 2016 :cool:
38 posts Page 3 of 3
Similar Topics

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest

START THE 5:2 DIET WITH HELP FROM FASTDAY

Be healthier. Lose weight. Eat the foods you love, most of the time.

Learn about the 5:2 diet

LEARN ABOUT FASTING
We've got loads of info about intermittent fasting, written in a way which is easy to understand. Whether you're wondering about side effects or why the scales aren't budging, we've got all you need to know.

Your intermittent fasting questions answered ASK QUESTIONS & GET SUPPORT
Come along to the FastDay Forum, we're a friendly bunch and happy to answer your fasting questions and offer support. Why not join in one of our regular challenges to help you towards your goal weight?

Use our free 5:2 diet tracker FREE 5:2 DIET PROGRESS TRACKER & BLOG
Tracking your diet progress is great for staying motivated. Chart your measurements and keep tabs on your daily calorie needs. You can even create a free blog to journal your 5:2 experience!