Slow but sure, the best time for me losing has passed so guna just be very slow now. Make the most of your best time for losing which is the 1st 6 months go for it x
1st Christmas goal week (23/09) check in - now 12st 12lbs (-4bs)
2nd Christmas goal week (30/09) Check in - now 12st 10lbs (-2lbs)
3rd Christmas goal Week (7/10) Check in - now 12st 9lbs (-1lbs)
4th Christmas goal Week (14/10) Check in - now 12st 7lbs (-2lbs)
5th Christmas goal week (21/10) Check in - now 12st 5lbs (-2lbs)
6th Christmas goal week (28/10) Check in - now 12st 3lbs (-2lbs)
7th Christmas goal week (4/11) Check in - now 12st 1lbs (-2lbs)
8th Christmas goal week (11/11) Check in - now 12st 1lbs (0lbs)
9th Christmas goal week (18/11) Check in - now 11st 13lbs (-2lbs)
10th Christmas goal week (25/11) Check in - now 11st 11lbs (-2lbs)
11th Christmas goal week (02/12) Check in - now 11st 10lbs (-1lbs)
12th Christmas goal week (09/12) Check in - now 11st 9lbs (-1lbs)
13th Christmas goal week (16/12) Check in - now 11st 8lbs (-1lbs)
14th and final Christmas goal week (23/12) Check in - now 11st 5lbs (-3lbs)
An amazing 3lbs down. Who'd have thought it? Well I didn't. I'd all but thrown the towel in and put it down to being nobbled at the last fence by the surgeon with the hernia repair and iv fluids. But the past week of high protean intake, low carbs and surprisingly no exercise has, erm, paid off.
So, just met my Christmas challenge weight, which also happens to be my overall target, so I'd better go put on my "maintaining" pants and get on with it.
Best of luck to those who have not yet declared their results and well done to all of you who have, as even if you didn't meet your target I'm sure you moved along quite some way towards it.