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Old 06-08-2010, 02:39 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Shmead View Post
1. Try different things. Don't just stay miserable until you quit completely.

2. At a high weight, food restriction makes up a MUCH larger portion of a calorie deficit than exercise does. If you really, really hate exercise--if it's making you sick of the whole process, makes you want to throw in the towel completely, I'd scale it way back or even quit it for 30 days and just work on staying perfectly on plan, food wise, until then. Then start adding exercise in gradually.

3. As you lose weight, the exercise will become much, much miserable. At 300, I could barely stand to walk 5 minutes, I hated my body so badly. It's very different now.
3. What is your exercise routine? What is your food plan?

Agreed. I started out at 330 pounds and my exercise routine then was 5-15 minutes of walking in place a day. I didn't want to do it, it was hard for me, but I pushed through it and today I am glad I did
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