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Grandmimi

7 3 weeks ago
calories per day

 

Jazzijo2

9 1 month ago
hi

 

isab25081601

2 1 month ago
Bad Knees

 

Celadia

19 1 month ago
1st day

 

Ashleykw

9 1 month ago
Intermittent Fasting Fitness Ideas and Guide

 

ivieiwuoha

3 2 months ago
Fitbit

 

Suestrem

2 2 months ago
Vitamins

 

Loopylisa6

2 2 months ago
exercise and my plan meals

 

lynnsingsyoga@gmail.com

13 2 months ago
Amount of Carbs for working out

 

JoyBrown5

2 3 months ago
Making same meals for dinner and lunch

 

Selkins1

2 3 months ago
What can i do?

 

RWVERNA94

2 3 months ago
Beginner

 

Zlindsey

7 3 months ago
Fitness challenges

 

Ossie-Sharon

48 4 months ago
intermitent fasting

 

joseph1983

4 4 months ago

Fitness

  • Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Grandmimi. Your body burn calories at rest, too, not just through physical activity. Have you been on restrictive diets in the past?

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  • Grandmimi

    Also, there is no way I can work off over 1,010 calories off a day. Am I confused in thinking that I should be working off more calories than I eat? Thanks for the help.

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  • Grandmimi

    I'm so confused. I have followed the menu and have been exercising but I am not able to exercise more than 1059 calories days off and have gained two pounds in the past week. I don't think I should be eating so many carbs or calories in a day. What am I doing wrong? I am so frustrated because I believe I followed the menu. Have done core work, arm work with weights and jump rope for about 10 minutes or 15 minutes 3X a week. I didn't expect to see immediate results but also didn't expect to gain more weight. Please help.

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  • Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Grandmimi. At your current weight, you are allotted about 2100-2200 calories each day. As you lose significant amounts of weight, this amount goes down to keep pace with your goals.

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