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Old 04-07-2014, 09:22 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by Radiojane View Post
5 pounds a month is reasonable. In fact, I'd love to say that was my rate of loss the last few months.

Yes, there are probably myriad ways you could "ramp it up" But please take in to consideration the time, effort and mental stress that could entail. Find a sweet spot where you can handle the effort/restriction, and still lose steadily.
Great advice RadioJane. I find sometimes if I ramp up my exercises I look for and easily find reasons to skip it, so I just do my little number of reps, and have been able to keep it going for a few months now and am developing little muscles in my arms, so I'm happy.
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