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Sport and the V-Diet: Regaining Strength?


#1

O am coming to the end of my V-Diet with so far very pleasing results. I have lost around 28Lbs in the first 3 weeks and am enetering my 4th week, but i have the issue that i have toplay in a rugby tournament on the 31st of august and i was wandering what preparations i would have to take for this?

Should i Transition off early or will a week and a half be long enough to transition off. Also at the end of the transition are you back at full strength or should i begin the transition early to make sure i wil have the energy/ strength fo the tournament.

This is not an attempt to wimp out of the diet as so far i have found it very enjoyable and am amazed at its effectiveness.

thanks
aaron


#2

48lbs!!!w aouhhhhh . I just have one word to say congratulations!!!


#3

Baron can you detail your weightloss week by week a little more for us?


#4

can you tell us your starting weight and height, and your current stats


#5

You’ll be fine. Once you start bumping up your food intake during transition, all your energy is back up to normal levels. At lest, that was the case for me.


#6

Oh whoops ha ha, was meant to be 28 lbs but yeah still pretty good im 6ft1 and was 245lbs and dropped around 10 lbs in the first week and around 8 in the second and 6 in the third. measurements wise i was a little lazy and just thought that i would run the diet rather than document it probably a bit stupid really but too late now my rams have shrunk from around 18" to 16.5 but that was form a measurement a few weeks before.

To be honest i didnt thinki would be able to do the diet but determination proved a lot more stronger a tool that i had originally thought. I think ideally i want to lose around another 14 Lbs if possible. Thanks for the info on the energy, thats a big weight off my mind as the point of this diet was to become faster as i have to play in a 7s tournament.
thanks
aaron


#7

Ok i think this diet may have messed my head up or its a mix of that and the fact that i never use lbs except on here but i have lost 2.5 stone, which i believe is actually 35 Lbs not 28. sorry for all the confusion and thanks for thehelp.


#8

Congratulations on the awesome weightloss! Although you might have to get a jersey with a higher number, now you’r under 16 stone :smiley:

I more or less your old stats - just a bit taller. Which formula did you use to find your energy intake? There’s s different formula if you want to loose more than 35lbs.

I also play rugby (tight head) but I’ve broken my collarbone, so I probably won’t play 'til spring. I figure this would a perfect time to try the V-Diet :slight_smile:


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