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Day 1 - Again

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Posted by yukon_wn on 6 years ago Hello, I?m Brian I tried the 15 day program after I had already lost 20 lbs myself. The reboot program was going good and I continued with my weight lost. Then crashed and burned on day 11. My excuse was my son?s birthday. I thought that I would be able to get right back on it, but it didn?t happen. I kept saying, tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow. Since, then ? I have spent the last 5 months on the UN-reboot program. Grrrr. Being on the UN-reboot program, I have managed to gain 25 lbs back. This had nothing to do with being on the reboot program before. Once, again ? my back hurts, I can?t walk as far as I did before, my endurance has diminished, etc. Why did I make this choice to go back to my bad habits when I was feeling so Great in July. OK, enough for that. Yesterday, I started by eating all veggies and had a carrot/apple/kale juice during dinner. Today, I started Day-1. Besides feeling a sleepy at times and a bit hungry, it is going good. Wish me well. This time, I will NOT blow-up on day 11. I want to feel even better than I did in July.

This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by Harvestmoon 6 years ago.

Replies To Day 1 - Again

  • ryanservant

    6 years ago
    Hi Brian, I started today as well. I have a 1 year old, and want to be able to keep up with her when she starts really running around. I started this sortof on a whim as I watched the movie last night. Today I had more fruit than veggies in my juices ( probably like 60% fruit ) but my wife just ran out and got me the right supplies to get more veggies in the drinks. Good luck to us both!
  • Harvestmoon

    6 years ago
    Hi, I started again yesterday as well. Last time i only made it to day 7 before i caved. I'm hoping to go 30-60 days this time. Good luck!

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