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Old 03-26-2010, 08:32 PM   #31
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How I use mine varies. I aim to spread all Flex Points and Activity Points out throughout the week, but sometimes I saved them up for a special night out.

I lost 52 pounds before eating all of them every week (208.6 to 156)
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Old 03-26-2010, 09:09 PM   #32
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I always use at least some of my flex points. (I know they're called something else now... WPAs, I think) I am learning, though, that during the weeks where I use all of them, or almost all of them, my loss is slower -- usually 1.something, but closer to 1 than 2. The weeks I've only tapped into about half of them, my loss is on the upper end of one. A couple weeks I even lost more than 2 lbs. I don't have a consistent exercise regimen yet. I think once I incorporate more exercise into my plan, it will be safer for me to use more of my flex points.

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