TYVM avoid, it ended up being easier than I thought. GF was super thoughtful and considerate; we basically had no food in the house for 6 weeks where I lost the lions share.
Honestly I'm not sure about doing anymore, or even maintaining this weight. A dirty little secret is that I haven't lifted a weight in 90 days and am pretty sure I lost ~5 pounds of muscle. I'm going on a trip this weekend, but will consider it.
Honestly I'm not sure about doing anymore, or even maintaining this weight.
Maintaining is hard.
A year ago I went from my all-time high of 182lbs down to a fleeting low of 160lbs. Quickly got up to a more reasonable 165lbs which I was looking to maintain.
A year later, and I've basically gained most of it back (up to 175lbs and rising). Summertime, with all it's camping and road trips and getting married and stuff (which basically involves eating and drinking and drinking and eating, and then more eating and drinking) really takes a toll. And I don't even drink.
i guess the nice thing about this whole adventure was the fact that I'm healthy now. I was 215 when I got back from business and managed to lose 20 lbs in a little over a month and a half. it feels easy to stay on course now.
195, epic failure. will upload shortly after i get off work.
10/20.5 = ~49% of my goal completed. I'll lose 51% of 500$ or 255$ to the failure pool.
So the micros guys seem to think you get nothing back from the failure pool. Is that true? I remember thinking you got like a half share or something, but also now find myself thinking that their way would make more sense. Confirm deny?