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I'll be 4 months out November 6th and I'm down 111lbs it's very exciting and can't wait to lose more. Anyone have any tips to keep it going so I don't stall

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Great job!! Stalls are mostly inevitable. Just keep doing what you are doing!

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111 pounds in less than 4 months? That's incredible! Major respect.

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Congrats! That's an amazing accomplishment! Best wishes for continued success!

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That's amazing! Congrats

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That is super.

You are doing great!!!!!!

Stalls ?????

I'm new at this.....but I would only suggest to ensure that the reasons for the stalls aren't self induced. Stay the course and keep doing the things that are healthy and your amazing weight loss will continue.

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Amazing - keep up the great work!

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well usually from what ive seen on these boards stalls happen when your body needs more or less of something like more calories less exercise

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Congratulations!

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You are doing great! Congrats!!! As for stalls they may be inevitable or you may not get them at all. Just keep in mind they a common and stay the course.

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HOLY!!!! that's an amazing loss! Congratulations on such an accomplishment!

If I were you, I wouldn't sweat it if you do end up stalling, you've done so awesome!

You deserve a big huge pat on the back!

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You have done an amazing job! Congratulations!

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Congratulations!

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That is FANTASTIC!! :) Live the moment and relish in what you've already accomplished & use that to spur you forward to keep rockin' the weight loss!! Be SUPER PROUD of yourself. That is so fabulous! :) Way to go!!!

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