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I'm at 136lbs right now so I'm working with 21 points. However, my goal weight is 128, meaning at 129 I'm supposed to go to 20 points a day. My friends are wondering how 1 point can make a difference, but there are so many great one point foods out there that it really does! My question is, do you still think I can get to 128 and stay at 21 points? Or should I go to 20 points?


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SW: 148.5

CW: 128.6

GW: 120

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I would follow the plan the way it's written. I was down to 19 target points to get to goal and I needed to use my APs and pretty much all of my WPAs during that time.


Luanne

 

"Just Do It"

Goal - 8/2/02

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Thanks, that's what I was thinking. Those 35 extras are there to use if I need them so I think I will stick to the plan and go to my 20 points. Anyway, it shows my will power if I can do it! :bcbkickbu


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SW: 148.5

CW: 128.6

GW: 120

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Yes, I'll add that my Target is 20 and I rarely go under 22, usually I'm higher, often around 30. I use APs whenever I have them and at least 2-3 from the WPA each day (and I use almost all of them by the end of the week).


Nancy

 

Original SW 175 (1996)

2008 stats: SW 153.6 12/31/07 ~ HW 156.0 09/15/08 ~ CW 153.2 09/22/08 ~ GW 137 ~ PGW 130

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Yes, I'll add that my Target is 20 and I rarely go under 22, usually I'm higher, often around 30. I use APs whenever I have them and at least 2-3 from the WPA each day (and I use almost all of them by the end of the week).

 

Ditto for me. My Target is 20, but I ate every Flex point and Activity Point that I had coming while losing. Now at Maintenance, I also get added Maintenance points. As Mt.NativeMan says, life is good. :salut


  • HW-142 CW-118
  • Success is not built on success. It's built on failure. It's built on frustration. Sometimes its built on catastrophe.--Sumner Redstone

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When I first hit lifetime 8 years ago, my target was 18! I stayed at that weight for about a year and a half, probably could have gone further if life hadn't gotten in the way! You can do it, you will find a way to work it, even if it means a little extra exercise, and def. work those extra 35!


Kim in NJ

lifer since Jan 2000

187.8/???/144

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Im very close to your point number and what I usually do is add the WPA everyday so it seems like Im getting 25 points a day divded over 7 days .. If i nee dmore I workout to get the extra pts for that day:bcb_grin


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LIFETIME May 2000

My Current Weight 139.5

My goal-125

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