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Post by Malletmusic17 on Fri Jan 07, 2011 2:10 pm

ha.
I know what your thinking
"WTF it's only been a week, so what."


well, mines actually working(:

I signed up for Weight Watchers online program on the 2nd and I've already lost about 7 pounds.
yes...thats a lot for one week almost. I get it.
but, other than band, ive been very inactive my whole high school career. and now i run every other day, play wii fit the days i dont run and do lotttsss of push ups and sit ups.


im excited.
I have 8 "goals" to reach and ive almosttt reached the first one. my first on is -15 pounds so im feeling good about it(:
and my subscription now is three months and you have to renew it so im stuck for 3 months doing this anyway. but im excited Very Happy haha

anyone else have a resolution they will ACTUALLY keep?
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Post by xChorusOfAngelsx on Fri Jan 07, 2011 7:33 pm

Very nice, congrats! I hope you're successful with all of your goals. I'm screwed if I ever become overweight, I'm far too lazy to do anything about it.


Mine is to turn in every assignment when it's due. I have a nasty habit of blowing off assignments that aren't worth many points and busting my ass on the more important ones. Problem is, I don't do so well when I try really hard and my GPA last semester shows it.



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Post by x_mia_x on Fri Jan 07, 2011 8:22 pm

That is great! You should be very proud. Smile

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Post by joselin4life on Sat Jan 08, 2011 7:16 am

Congrats, it great that you're keeping up with your resolution!
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Post by secret_life93 on Sat Jan 08, 2011 9:34 pm

ME! That's exactly what my resolution is, too keep to the healthy life style I've been managing since the end of summer break. Congrats on the 7 pounds! i've done the same thing as you! Smile

I reached another mile stone in my weight loss this morning, 40 pounds lost. Smile
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Post by Malletmusic17 on Sun Jan 09, 2011 5:03 am

xChorusOfAngelsx wrote:Very nice, congrats! I hope you're successful with all of your goals. I'm screwed if I ever become overweight, I'm far too lazy to do anything about it.


Mine is to turn in every assignment when it's due. I have a nasty habit of blowing off assignments that aren't worth many points and busting my ass on the more important ones. Problem is, I don't do so well when I try really hard and my GPA last semester shows it.


Haha I should do that...turn my stuff in? lol Smile

x_mia_x wrote:That is great! You should be very proud. Smile


joselin4life wrote:Congrats, it great that you're keeping up with your resolution!

thanks guys Very Happy

secret_life93 wrote:ME! That's exactly what my resolution is, too keep to the healthy life style I've been managing since the end of summer break. Congrats on the 7 pounds! i've done the same thing as you! Smile

I reached another mile stone in my weight loss this morning, 40 pounds lost. Smile

AH awesomeee! woot(: I can't wait till I can say that!
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Post by scifidawn on Sun Jan 09, 2011 12:41 pm

Good job, Stephh. What helps me with eating healthy or making me excercise is I depend on the Holy Spirit for inspiration. Sometimes during eating, when I have had enough, I get this nudge "You have had enough, stop." Try this Stephh, ask God to help you and you will find things go easier.
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Post by Malletmusic17 on Sun Jan 09, 2011 3:23 pm

scifidawn wrote:Good job, Stephh. What helps me with eating healthy or making me excercise is I depend on the Holy Spirit for inspiration. Sometimes during eating, when I have had enough, I get this nudge "You have had enough, stop." Try this Stephh, ask God to help you and you will find things go easier.

I have been praying a lot lately. about many things, but mostly strength to not give up. and im sure i will want to give up, many times. but, at least for now, i cant cause im paying for Weight Watchers at least till March(: so im stuck haha.
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Post by Hannah_Banana222 on Sun Jan 09, 2011 5:58 pm

Congrats!!

I remember how exited I was the first time I stepped on a scale last year. My 2010 resolution was to lose 30, but I lost 50. Very Happy Unfortunately, I've gained about 5-10 back. I just keep telling myself, "Oh, I deserve these 6 bowls of potato chips" or "With all I've lost, I'm allowed an entire stick of butter on this popcorn." Hahahahaha!

But that's really great. I want to lose another 20 this year. We can do this together.
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Post by Malletmusic17 on Sun Jan 09, 2011 6:59 pm

Hannah_Banana222 wrote:Congrats!!

I remember how exited I was the first time I stepped on a scale last year. My 2010 resolution was to lose 30, but I lost 50. Very Happy Unfortunately, I've gained about 5-10 back. I just keep telling myself, "Oh, I deserve these 6 bowls of potato chips" or "With all I've lost, I'm allowed an entire stick of butter on this popcorn." Hahahahaha!

But that's really great. I want to lose another 20 this year. We can do this together.

i was so excited.
I started at 267. it's not something im proud of.
and now? im 258 ^_^ haha. not much of a change, but its a start. and honestly, i feel really good(:
and when I stepped on the scale, I was like OHMYGOD!!! and my mom was like whats wrong?! and i was like Ive lost TEN POUNDS haha. it was awesome(:
it's a start, and im feelin good(:

yes we can! haha. keep me updated
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Post by scifidawn on Mon Jan 10, 2011 6:14 am

Malletmusic17 wrote:
scifidawn wrote:Good job, Stephh. What helps me with eating healthy or making me excercise is I depend on the Holy Spirit for inspiration. Sometimes during eating, when I have had enough, I get this nudge "You have had enough, stop." Try this Stephh, ask God to help you and you will find things go easier.

I have been praying a lot lately. about many things, but mostly strength to not give up. and im sure i will want to give up, many times. but, at least for now, i cant cause im paying for Weight Watchers at least till March(: so im stuck haha.

If you weaken and fall, do not let it disturb you. Go back to it and start again. It is like with the Christian walk. We fall, ask for help and go on. I will pray for you for strength as well. But trust me, it can happen. I will send you a PM.
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Post by Hannah_Banana222 on Mon Jan 10, 2011 3:42 pm

Just wondering... What's so great about Weight Watchers? YOU run. YOU eat healthy. YOU chose to do this for yourself. Why have to pay for it?
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Post by Malletmusic17 on Mon Jan 10, 2011 4:49 pm

Hannah_Banana222 wrote:Just wondering... What's so great about Weight Watchers? YOU run. YOU eat healthy. YOU chose to do this for yourself. Why have to pay for it?

It keeps me on track. I am doing it online and i get a tracker. I can keep track of what I eat and what activity i do so i dont go over a set "points" value (based on calories, fat, etc). its also good for looking up healthy recipes (and their points values), checking out the values for resturants and stuff. it helps!
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Post by Hannah_Banana222 on Mon Jan 10, 2011 6:02 pm

Malletmusic17 wrote:
Hannah_Banana222 wrote:Just wondering... What's so great about Weight Watchers? YOU run. YOU eat healthy. YOU chose to do this for yourself. Why have to pay for it?

It keeps me on track. I am doing it online and i get a tracker. I can keep track of what I eat and what activity i do so i dont go over a set "points" value (based on calories, fat, etc). its also good for looking up healthy recipes (and their points values), checking out the values for resturants and stuff. it helps!

I have an app on my iPod called LoseIt! that does all that stuff. You just put in your height/weight/age/goals, and it tells you how many calories you get a day.

If Weight Watchers is working for you, that's great, but you can save a lot of money by just doing it on your own.
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Post by Malletmusic17 on Mon Jan 10, 2011 8:04 pm

Hannah_Banana222 wrote:
Malletmusic17 wrote:
Hannah_Banana222 wrote:Just wondering... What's so great about Weight Watchers? YOU run. YOU eat healthy. YOU chose to do this for yourself. Why have to pay for it?

It keeps me on track. I am doing it online and i get a tracker. I can keep track of what I eat and what activity i do so i dont go over a set "points" value (based on calories, fat, etc). its also good for looking up healthy recipes (and their points values), checking out the values for resturants and stuff. it helps!

I have an app on my iPod called LoseIt! that does all that stuff. You just put in your height/weight/age/goals, and it tells you how many calories you get a day.

If Weight Watchers is working for you, that's great, but you can save a lot of money by just doing it on your own.

Im good with WW. my mom did it before and honestly its just really simple so it works for me(:
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Post by Hannah_Banana222 on Tue Jan 11, 2011 6:21 am

How much does it cost?
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Post by Malletmusic17 on Tue Jan 11, 2011 10:34 am

Hannah_Banana222 wrote:How much does it cost?

50 for the first 3 months and then 15 a month. i dont mind though, its a lot less that what i have paid for other things before and i really like it
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Post by Rex on Tue Jan 11, 2011 11:44 pm

Malletmusic17 wrote:ha.
I know what your thinking
"WTF it's only been a week, so what."


well, mines actually working(:

I signed up for Weight Watchers online program on the 2nd and I've already lost about 7 pounds.
yes...thats a lot for one week almost. I get it.
but, other than band, ive been very inactive my whole high school career. and now i run every other day, play wii fit the days i dont run and do lotttsss of push ups and sit ups.


im excited.
I have 8 "goals" to reach and ive almosttt reached the first one. my first on is -15 pounds so im feeling good about it(:
and my subscription now is three months and you have to renew it so im stuck for 3 months doing this anyway. but im excited Very Happy haha

anyone else have a resolution they will ACTUALLY keep?



Here is some info on Weight Watchers from someone(a cynical someone) who had already been through it. It has some interesting info you might want to check out

Spoiler:
It's always around this time of the year when millions of people like
me make a resolution to lose weight, a resolution that usually fizzles
out around Martin Luther King day. And some of you reading this have
already started Googling around for weight loss programs like
Nutrisystem or Weight Watchers, figuring that any problem is easier to
solve if you throw some money at it. But, also like me, you probably
have very low tolerance for bullshit.
So one thing you'll find out is that, for instance, Weight Watchers has a failure rate of 97 percent over the long term. After five years, only three percent can say they had reached their goal weight and kept it off.
Those stats aren't a discouragement to stubborn types like me --
they're a challenge. I suspect that around 50 percent of the population
thinks they're in the smartest, cleverest three percent of the species,
and they're totally going to be the ones to beat the system.
So, a while back I signed up for Weight Watchers, even though it
seems like the sort of thing cynical types like me should be making fun
of instead of joining. Here's what I think you should know before taking
the plunge ...#5.
Get Ready for Portion Shock





If you didn't realize it already, you should know that society really, really wants you to be fat. You just have to recognize that right away.
The worst thing Hollywood has ever done to fat people is portray the obese as constantly eating at every single moment. When Friends
would flash back to Monica's fat days, the big joke was she always had a
huge, sloppy sandwich or chicken leg in her hand. The crime here isn't
that it makes fat people look like mindless gluttons, but that it sends
the message that you only get fat if you eat huge comedy prop food, all
day, every day.


What you find out from a program like Weight Watchers (where you are
kept on a strict daily point system) is that you can get sitcom-joke fat
purely by eating three meals a day of the kind of portions portrayed as
normal in TV commercials and on restaurant menus.
On my first day keeping myself to the Weight Watchers system, I ate
the same lunch I normally do, calculated my points, and realized I was
basically done for the day. I'm not exaggerating. Under their program,
the average person would get a limit of 25 or so "points" a day. A
Wendy's cheeseburger is 11 points, a medium order of fries is 9. Throw
in a Coke and you're done eating (and over your limit if you ate so much
as a plain bagel for breakfast).
So what most Americans think of as a normal day's worth of food --
based on how we have seen people eat in movies and TV our whole lives --
is actually apparently a huge gross feeding frenzy for fatty fats.


I tried plugging this into my Weight Watchers calculator. I think it broke it.
Likewise, having eaten Chinese my whole life, I'd come to think of
rice as a "filler," and that you were being good if you mixed more rice
in with your stir-fry, as it was basically "free" and would fill you up
without you eating too much of the "real food."


Mom would not approve of this ratio.
While it's certainly easier on your wallet, which I guess is
basically what's important in Chinese culture, apparently it has
calories. A lot of calories. Healthy things like juice or fruits have
calories too. I still got to eat them, but that means less room for
delicious chips.


And if you want a burger, the rest of the plate has to look like that.
You can't fight the math -- the calories I had been eating were
getting stored instead of burned. But the kind of portions that will let
me lose weight at a slow and healthy rate are so small that people
always have to comment on it, and get that "anorexia concern" look on
their face. Like me, they've been trained to think of way too much food
as the norm.
The moment you start dieting, you're immediately at war with the
entire food industry. Eating out becomes a hassle. Everything is
super-sized now, and if you ask if they can make it smaller for you,
they either stare at you like you don't speak English or they roll their
eyes like you are one of those people trying to pay for your order in
pennies. I can't stand that, so half my sandwich goes into my boyfriend
after he's eaten his meal, and now he's getting fat. Somehow I don't think this is how it's supposed to work.#4.
It's Kind of a Game -- One You'll Try to Cheat





As I mentioned, the core of Weight Watchers is its patented points
system. And I do mean patented, since they will sue the pants off you if
you try to publish the formula publicly.


These women tried to post the points formula online.
It's just a formula that takes into account some basic nutritional
stats of any food and combines them into a single-digit "points" number.
So a sandwich is six points or a pizza slice is eight points, and you
have a max that you can eat each day. If you keep under the max, you
lose weight. It's simple, and appeals to people who are bad at math.
(Quick, what's 386 calories + 151 calories? How about eight points +
three points?) Even as an Asian, I found myself doing the Weight
Watchers calculations slightly faster.
The problem is that it's a system other people made, and when human
nature -- or at least, my human nature -- runs into other people's
rules, we instinctively try to game the system. "Who are you to tell me what to do?"
For instance, my pregnant cousin recently went in for a gestational
diabetes test and asked the doctor what she could do to make sure she
"passed" the test -- eat candy, or fast, or exercise right beforehand --
and the doctor just stared at her and patiently explained that it
wasn't in her best interest to try to fake out the test because the
prize for dodging treatment would be a C-section or a baby born with
diabetes, or something great like that.


"Congratulations! We're going to cut a hole in you!"
The Weight Watchers system is also easy to "game" if you forget the
big picture. It only takes a few nutritional stats into account
(calories, fat, fiber), so you can drink Diet Coke for fewer points than
a glass of milk or orange juice, up until the day you get scurvy. It
doesn't tell you when to eat or how often, so in any given day, you
could eat either three balanced meals or one big chocolate cake for
breakfast and nothing else. Same points.
Other programs get around this by requiring you to eat only their food, but that just brings us to ...#3.
Beware of Buying Their Food





The main way a program like Weight Watchers makes money is by
membership fees that let you go to meetings and talk to other dieters
and have staff guide you through the program week to week. But their
other source of income is they sell you special food branded with their
logo. In Weight Watchers the food itself is sort of designed to game the
system -- they know the formula, so they can aim for the exact amount
of calories, fat, fiber and protein to keep it just under the threshold
for two points or whatever.


One-point mint brownie!
So they're in the best position to design the maximum amount of snack
for any set amount of points, and the points are right on the box so
you don't even have to run any numbers through their calculator or look
anything up, which is awesome if you're very lazy. The cost for this
remarkable service is twofold: 1) actual money, as the food is fairly
expensive, and 2) you have to go to meetings, since most of the food is
only sold there.
The thing is, though, with the points system you can at least go out
and find other alternative snacks at the supermarket with the same point
values. With their food you're basically just paying them to do the
math for you, they have no patent on zero-calorie fried chicken. On the
opposite end of that spectrum is Nutrisystem, where you lose weight by
eating their terrible meals every morning, noon and night for the rest
of your life. Same with Jenny Craig, where you lose weight by eating
their terrible and even more expensive meals for the rest of your life.


Mmmmmmmmmmmm.
That link up there mentions a lady who spent $9,000 on losing weight
she just kept gaining back. Because they don't teach you to evaluate
foods outside the system, once you stop buying their food you have no
idea what to eat, and you just get fat again.
Read more: http://www.cracked.com/article_18965_5-weight-loss-tips-cynical-bastards.html#ixzz1AnwXvgcS


#2.
Group Support isn't for Everybody





And about those meetings ...
If you're the average Cracked reader, I'm guessing you have an
aversion to all things corny, like motivational speakers, team-building
activities and getting gold star stickers for doing something good.


Maybe it's my fault for taking these kinds of well-intentioned
"attaboys" as condescending insults, but what am I going to do? I can
only work on one personality problem at a time.
At Weight Watchers meetings, you actually will get stickers for
telling a success story, like how you resisted the temptation to eat a
second piece of birthday cake. But the problem is, these people don't
know me. Maybe it was a colossal struggle not to eat that cake. Maybe I
hate cake. Maybe there was no cake and I'm just making it up to get
attention. Either way I get a "Good job!" and a sticker.


Maybe the cake looked like this.
Considering you can get a reward for any old crap, if I actually did
accomplish something hard and I get a sticker, it just seems like a
mockery of my accomplishment. I'm not a total asshole so I say thanks
and smile, but it makes me a little less impressed with myself if
anything.


Do you remember these? Did they make you feel good? Did they ever make anyone feel good?
It's sort of the same thing with any encouragement you get from the
group. They might mean well, but they weren't there. There's only so
much solid info they have to congratulate you on. So it can come across
as a bit insincere, or if they pry deeper, too nosy.
The problem is, this isn't AA. You haven't all had the same
rock-bottom pits of hell experience where you were forced to face
yourself at your worst; an experience that creates a common bond between
strangers. You just eat too much. Maybe even not that much too much.


"I used to weigh 140 pounds. Now I weigh 135."
Anyway, that plus the quiz games and skits makes me feel like I'm in
Sunday school again, which I did enjoy. When I was 10. Now that I'm
thir- uh, 27, it just makes me cringe.
Especially in light of the fact that ...#1.
You Never Leave The Nest





As the old saying goes, if you teach a man to fish, you don't make
any money off of selling him fish anymore. Weight Watchers isn't as
blatant as Nutrisystem or Jenny Craig about it and actually teaches you
some skills you can use on your own, but they still stand to lose money
if you stop attending.
To keep you around, they point you toward those exact dismal
statistics I quoted earlier, about how so few people manage to keep the
weight off, and insist that you need group support to avoid falling into
that trap. If group support kind of freaks you out, fortunately this
kind of goes in one ear and out the other.


I mean, what if they make me hold someone's hand?
The other strategy they have is the Lifetime Members program. If
someone reaches their goal weight and keeps it there for three weeks,
they become a Lifetime Member and get to participate in meetings for
free forever. While Weight Watchers doesn't get any membership money
from that person, that person does get to shop the food selection every
week, as well as stand before struggling members as a shining example of
how "Weight Watchers works."
I see Weight Watchers as one of those animal rescues that
rehabilitates orphaned condors. Those centers care for the birds'
injuries and train them to fly and look for corpses or whatever, all for
the purpose of eventually releasing them into the wild where they can
do it on their own.


Teach a bird to find a corpse ...
Weight Watchers can help cure people of crazy ideas about portion
size, train them in counting nutritional stats and then should get them
ready to do it on their own, wherever they live their lives. Trying to
keep the condors around forever is no good. It's kind of sad to keep a
wild bird tied down like that, and besides, if they ever escape, they're
fucked.


I think condors are a good analogy because they kind of look like someone who's lost too much weight.
This comes back to the main point: Society wants you to be fat, and the weight-loss industry is part of that system.
So while restaurants and grocery stores want to sell you food, remember
that exercise equipment manufacturers want you constantly buying new
machines to replace the old ones that didn't make you thin, and
weight-loss programs want you hanging around forever. That won't happen
if you join for a couple of weeks, learn portion control, then spend the
rest of their life a healthier and happier person. They lose money if
you quickly defeat the problem -- they make the most when you stay in a
win/lose cycle that keeps you buying their product until the day you
die.
Which is not to say it can't work. I lost about 15 pounds over 12
weeks since I joined ... but I bailed on Weight Watchers after Week 3.
That was as much as I could tolerate, but the key was that I didn't use
that as a reason to stop watching what I ate. I took what they taught me
and ran with it, and just getting in the habit of tracking calories in
and calories out helped me think about the consequences of my decisions
instead of making imaginary bargains with God every time I wanted a
snack, or making excuses about exercise.
I might gain that weight back -- almost everyone does. But at least nobody's holding a sticker over my head about it.
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Post by Malletmusic17 on Sun Jan 16, 2011 1:05 pm

Rex, im pretty sure most of that is bullshit by one guy who decided to make up stuff because it didnt work for him.

and if it's true, then I will be in that 3% because I'm not dieting, im changing my lifestyle.
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