In particular, this morning I dropped three pounds, after being down a pound yesterday. That's on top of two pounds Thursday, for a total of six pounds since Wednesday. I fully expect half of that to come rocketing back in the normal course of events, and actually prefer it would. My healthy target is to lose 1-3 pounds a week, no more, and it's only more than 2 pounds because I'm exercising in part to avoid muscle loss. (I also cleared it with my physician.)
Never mind that I had pizza two nights in a row and went over my daily budget at least one day during that period.
I blame portion control and my overall clean living, in particular that I've gotten at least some light exercise in the last 24 days out of the last 30. Maybe that's how I wore out a connector for the heart monitor, which snapped off today when I unmounted the monitor from the chest strap after riding the exercise bike:
|Aw, snap! One connector for my Polar Monitor is AWOL|
Fortunately, like Foghorn Leghorn, "I always keep a spare in my locker".
Slightly more seriously, my longer trend is making me feel like a bit of a freak. My two month record is over two pounds a week, and doesn't seem to have any short term road blocks. If that were average results for Weight Watchers and similar sensible plans, the world be a thinner place. Katherine and I agree, Weight Watcher's metrics just happen to be a natural compliment to my own methods. This hit home yesterday, as when I poked about the online Weight Watcher tools I came across a page which reported the number of days I had recorded my intake, which was 100% of the days since I started. Since both I eat and use a computer every day, why wouldn't I record the data?
In any case, I'll try to keep it going while it works.