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  • Agreed. Eating at maintenance and giving your...

    Agreed. Eating at maintenance and giving your body some time to recover from dieting, as well as giving your brain time to get used to seeing what you look like now, will often help.
  • Thread: Time MGMT

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    Workout timing is personal so you'll need to...

    Workout timing is personal so you'll need to experiment. When my husband worked thirds, he slept from 8a-3p. When my BIL worked them, he slept noon-8p. Your sleep schedule is going to affect when you...
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    Weight loss is not linear. Your weight today is...

    Weight loss is not linear. Your weight today is not only dependent on the number of calories that we're in yesterday's foods. It's dependent on nutrient content (more carbs or sodium than normal can...
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    Metabolic adaptation exists but is overblown as...

    Metabolic adaptation exists but is overblown as far as something to worry about.

    You will have to drop calories as you lose weight. A person who weighs 200 lbs maintains at a higher calorie level...
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    The pelletized seeds...

    The pelletized seeds have a coating on each seed. It's supposed to make really small seeds easier to plant but my experience so far is that the coating seems to cause more problems than it helps....
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    Let's see, I have tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots,...

    Let's see, I have tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, green beans, peas, lettuce, and kohlrabi. I couldn't find seed potatoes anywhere in a store and the ones I found online cost more than it would cost to...
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    I finally followed through on starting my garden...

    I finally followed through on starting my garden early and have been able to keep up with it. I can go out and weed/water in the time I usually spent driving to work.

    Working from home has been...
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    They also don't have hundreds of other cops, one...

    Cops are not armed to the teeth. Most of them carry a 9mm Glock at this point and a taser. Also, having a partner during patrol is rare now. If you and a buddy have a rifle you have them outgunned...
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    I would like to see this happen. This automatic...

    I would like to see this happen. This automatic reaction that the cops are at fault for every negative outcome when dealing with criminals (and this guy was a criminal--his BAC was .1 and he had...
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    117 at 5'6" is very thin already and as sunsean...

    117 at 5'6" is very thin already and as sunsean wrote, 17% bf is already very lean. What is the motivation behind your goal to get leaner?
  • Have you actually ever seen a breast in real life?

    Have you actually ever seen a breast in real life?
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    We usually say pick your calorie level, eat that...

    We usually say pick your calorie level, eat that for 3-4 weeks, and then adjust based on results. However, at her stats, if she's not losing weight, she's eating too much to lose weight. This may be...
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    This is the most important comment here, OP. ...

    This is the most important comment here, OP.

    Don't worry about your BMR. Pick a starting calorie level, eat at that for several weeks, and then adjust up/down based on results.
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    I've been completely off my game as far as food...

    I've been completely off my game as far as food tracking and lifting, as I've been working more hours than ever during the lockdown. I've been in that cycle of feeling exhausted because I'm inactive...
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    No, dieting doesn't have to be miserable....

    No, dieting doesn't have to be miserable. However, that's really dependent on what you eat (some foods are more filling than others), how long you've been dieting, how lean you are, etc.
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    Ba-dum-tss!

    Ba-dum-tss!
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    Do you really not have anything in your home that...

    Do you really not have anything in your home that you can pick up and put down? No backpack that you can fill up for climbing stairs or weighted pushups? No bag you can fill up and use for rows?
  • What was your time frame for gaining the 22 lbs...

    What was your time frame for gaining the 22 lbs and what lifting program were you following? On top of the other issues already mentioned (getting over the ab obsession and looking at the long game,...
  • How is gaining at a slow to moderate rate any...

    How is gaining at a slow to moderate rate any different from losing at a slow to moderate rate? You have to start out with an estimated calorie level, try it for 3-4 weeks, and then adjust up/down...
  • I really suggest focusing on muscle building...

    I really suggest focusing on muscle building instead of fat loss at this point. When a person says they want to see abs, I have to assume that they want positive changes in their appearance. Of the...
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