(Closed) Pre-Wedding weight loss…

posted 8 years ago in Fitness
Post # 3
289 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

you can expect to feel stronger and more toned, but its hard to say exactly how much difference in weight/inches it will make. As far as weight goes, that’s 90% diet. Training for an hour will only burn like 150cals per session (if you are doing weight training and not cardio) thats only and additional 450 a week or 64 cal a day. Be sure to add in your own cardio! With a spot on diet, weight training, and additional cardio I think 2lbs per week is a realistic goal.

Post # 4
82 posts
Worker bee

If you change your diet and start exercising you will usually loose a lot of water and liver weight the first week then it should slow to 2 pounds a week if your being safe and doing it right. So perhaps 12 pounds but only about 7 to 8 of fat and you may notice by the end you haven’t lost that much since new muscle will weigh more than fat. 


The thyroid issue could cause difficulty and be very very careful with any suppliments as dome mess with your thyroid and could contradict any medication your on for that.


Agree with other poster its 80-90% proper nutrition

Post # 5
3422 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I’ll bet once you start exercising and eating healthier, you’ll start dropping some lbs. don’t go by what the scale reports as much as how you feel and look. I wanted to lose 20lbs at first. people thought I was nutso. It took me almost 4 mos to lose 10 and my wedding is in 11 days. I am much stronger now and dropped 3 sizes! Though I haven’t reached my goal, I feel and look great! You can do it!! I used my fitness pal and logged all my exercise and calories daily..use it as a guide. Good luck!! 

Post # 6
4687 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2013 - Upstate NY

@emmos: Remember it’s 70% food and 30% exercise! You can run for a half an hour, burn 330 calories … then ruin that by eating a slice of cake!

 I used myfitnesspal.com to track calories (because, essentially that’s the only thing that makes you lose weight… burning more than you take in) and I lost 12 lbs but it took about 7 months!!








Post # 8
93 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

I started going to a trainer 2x a week mid-January and since then, I’ve lost about 8% body fat and went from 118 to 111 lbs. (I’m 5’4″) I’ve also gained a few pounds of muscle in the process! I also changed my diet and cut out a lot of sugar and carbs and focused on incorporating more lean protein into my diet.

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