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Calorie Deficit 30 Day Challenge

Discussion in 'Fitness Challenges' started by stallion16, Jul 25, 2011.

  1. stallion16

    stallion16 Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2005
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    This one is for those looking to decrease bodyfat and reduce weight. As we all know, calorie deficit is the biggest factor that determines weight loss so this challenge will only address calorie deficit. Here's how it works. You state your caloric intake level that you will shoot for every day for the next 30 days. Each day, you will update your post with your actual caloric intake for that day. Post your initial weight and weight at the end of the challenge. (you can also include bodyfat % if you really want to get technical).

    Note: for those of u not sure about your target caloric intake, use this calculator: http://www.freedieting.com/tools/calorie_calculator.htm

    Also, you can use fitday.com to log your daily calories to make things easier.

    Starting weight: 158 lbs
    Target Caloric intake: 2200

    Day 1: 2171
    Day 2: 2500
    Day 3: 2256
    Day 4: 2278
    Day 5: 2235
    Day 6: 2276
    Day 7: 2143
    Day 8: 2025
    Day 9: 2104
    Day 10: 2230
    Day 11: 2294
    Day 12: 1800
    Day 13: 2193
    Day 14: 2132
    Day 15: 2210
    Day 16: 2150
    Day 17: 2089
    Day 18: 1878
    Day 19: 2550
    Day 20: 2134
    Day 21: 2110
    Day 22: 2294
    Day 23: 2010
    Day 24: 2145
    Day 25: 2060
    Day 26: 2545
    Day 27: 2078
    Day 28: 2542
    Day 29: 2132
    Day 30: 1773

    End Weight: 152 lbs

    comment: so this concludes the challenge. I've definately lost a good amount of weight despite going over my caloric limit quite a few days. For most days I was also going pretty low carb (50-100g/day) up until the last week where my lifts and energy started tanking. No doubt that much of the weight lost was water especially due to the low carbs but I am confident in saying that at least 1-2 lbs was fat. Unfortunately, there is no way of knowing as I (stupidly) didn't take bodyfat%, but all my clothes are much looser.
    #1 stallion16, Jul 25, 2011
    Last edited: Aug 29, 2011

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