Originally Posted by kkg8r
In fact, my pre-"freshman 15" weight at UF was 20 pounds lighter, which I think may prove to be very difficult to manage.
I am currently at my "pre30s no exercise drink beer weight." I'd like to get to my "pre30s exercise weight." If that makes sense.
I promise I'm not trying to be unrealistic.
Sent from my iPhone using GatorCountry
Just checking. I had a client who weighed just north of 110 and wanted to get down to around 100. That certainly raised my eyebrows ... until I learned that she had a very petite frame and had been an athlete of sorts.
In any case, you may not like my advice. If, in spite of your best efforts to date, you've stalled. You need to ... wait for it - eat less than you're eating now, to hell with the charts and calculators. To hell with calorie counting and measuring.
However, it may very well be the most sensible strategy to camp out a bit. Stay where you are in your eating. See what happens the next couple of weeks. If still no movement, make incremental reductions. Many report that a 'soft landing', by losing the last few pounds very gradually, is the least traumatic approach and the most sustainable.