That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I discover an anything. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably could help you..
Sounds like you're doing everything right. Considering your incredible loss rate I wouldn't be to upset by it. Stick to it...
Yeah, this season I could probably throw down after every Sox win and still not gain a pound though!.
I was on my feet chasing my friends kids around a mall, a museum, and a movie theater and gained a pound..
One thing I did forget in my original post...Sunday morning I woke up and my buddy's wife had bought me a McDonald's Big Breakfast - ate the whole thing...so I guess saying, I stayed on plan all weekend was a bit of a lie...
I retract my previous post. Happy meals make for unhappy weigh ins, don't be that guy...
It might also be helpful to switch your MLB allegiance. Im a cubs fan, one thing us cubs know how to do is lose!..
Cubs are my national league team!.
Yeah, the McDonald's breakfast was a definite eff up. Really though, it's my first big eff up. I've slipped here and there, sure, but never three pancakes, syrup, eggs, sausage AND a biscuit! Who eats a biscuit with pancakes?!.
Anyway, I've been 100% and really hitting the weights the past two days, so I'm sure it's on it's way out of my system now...
That breakfast is like the worst thing on the McDonald's menu. Like, worse than a Big Mac even. :9.
Oh, I not gonna lie. The only "ick" I felt was from the guilt I got from eating it...
Big breakfast with pancakes and a biscuit, huh?!!! Way to go you big dummy!.
Check out the stats:.
Yeah I got carried away. Won't happen again. I knew they were bad, but I didn't realize they were THAT bad. Guess I'm lucky to have gotten out with just a zero loss..
Stupid friend's wife...buying me stuff I shouldn't eat. I'll just blame it on her...
Back on the horse - 2 weeks till the community pool opens and they hopefully won't try to spear me this year.....
So...gonna go out and hit KFC tonight for a Double Down or what?.
Get your head back in the game (I ain't talking baseball). No more of that crap until your scale matches your goal weight. Even then, realize that it's a formula for returning to your starting weight..
You remember the movie.
Full Metal Jacket.
, when they have the inspection, and the slightly-slow fat guy has his footlocker unlocked and the drill sergeant just about sh!ts? So he opens the footlocker, starts dumping out the contents and comes across a jelly doughnut, then he really sh!ts. Now everybody's up sh!t creek, because the fat guy couldn't pass up on a jelly doughnut he wasn't supposed to have..
...Don't be that guy..
2/19: 241.8 (start).
90/28/31 (Days NS/p90/smoke-free)..
Walk it off man. your success thus far is a major inspiration...
Oh yeah, I'm back on the horse already. Three days of 100% so far!..
I know my predicament last week was keeping you all up at night so I wanted to give you an update to ease your minds. I weighed this morning...MNW, Pre-BM, Post Breakfast...208.5..
That's actually my biggest loss in one week in quite sometime..
Didn't record it. I only record my weight on Wednesdays..
Thanks for the encouragment and A$$ kicking!..
There's truth in the reality that one meal does not a program make or break. You didn't get fat from one meal in the first place (if that were the case, those KFC DD eaters would prolly just drop dead on the spot after eating one, lol), so one bad one won't derail the whole program, eh? That said, my motto remains "100%, 100% of the time." Good recovery. Count your blessings and move on..
2/19: 241.8 (start).
95/331/364 (Days NS/p90/smoke-free)..
You should KNOW if you were on plan, flexingwise. If you just sort of "think you ate smart and vaguely thought you had the right amount of calories", that is totally different from planning and eating a proper flexed diet. In the former, there's a good chance, you overeat..
(added with edit) I see you found some of the leakage. And of course, you have been rocking the program. Point above remains important, though. Flexing is NOT an excuse for not knowing what you consumed, portion wise...
Yeah, I might have stretched the truth a little when I said I thought I was on plan. In reality, I was thinking, I've been doing good since January, I'm going to indulge a little. I was really on plan Friday and Saturday (during the day)...had most of a burger and fries Saturday night and some chip and dip later that night. Then of course there was the big breakfast Saturday..
Where I ran into the problem was that I was staying with friends that don't have to watch what they eat and I didn't want to come off as a "bad guest". Still no excuse, no one to blame but myself...