I compared my end of week stats (points consumed vs/ activity points burned), and it's almost identical to the previous week's, when I lost a pound. I'm psyched to get on the scale tomorrow morning!
Today I ate 29.5 excellent pts. All healthy choices, and regular sugar in my 2 coffees rather than Splenda. (adds points, but they're worth it.) As much I like WW general good-old-fashioned approach to sustainable weight loss, I really don't like their tendency to advocate all kinds of artificial foods and low-point junk food concoctions. Their reference book for food point values is brimming over with cakes/candies/frozen meals, etc. Meanwhile I had a hell of a time finding out how many points might be in fresh-made minestrone soup. Shouldn't food like that be taking up more space in a Weight Watcher food guide book? Frozen appetizers of deep fried mozzerella sticks are in there. But not a basic homemade minestrone soup with some noted variations in ingredients. Stupid.
Ate 29.5 pts
Exercise: Crunch Step & Sweat w/ 8" step; Firm 5 Day Abs (-5 pts)
TOTAL: 24.5 pts (incl. 3 flex points for the new week.)