The band disintegrated on my Charge HR twice. Another Charge HR just stopped synching to the extent that Fitbit sent another one. My Blaze HR monitor doesn't work (although admittedly that's probably my fault as I thought it was OK for swimming, it isn't) and they sent a Surge as a replacement and that has fallen apart.What went wrong with them? I've had one for 3 months.
I personally wouldn't fast, no need to punish yourself for a blip, just get back to eating healthy, and learn from it.Got a second hand fitbit versa of ebay was £120, hoping it kicks my ass back into gear 2 days of excerise but ate like shit and drank probaly 15 beers yesterday at the pub so gained 2kg, but 48 hour fast to start off and will be bakc on it now until my brain craves something again.
Yeah I have never tried to swim in mine and take it off in the shower. Took it apart to change the battery and it still works after i put it back together.The band disintegrated on my Charge HR twice. Another Charge HR just stopped synching to the extent that Fitbit sent another one. My Blaze HR monitor doesn't work (although admittedly that's probably my fault as I thought it was OK for swimming, it isn't) and they sent a Surge as a replacement and that has fallen apart.
In fairness their after sales support is good, so contrary to my earlier post, probably worth getting as they invariably will replace faulty items without any hassle.
If I keel over I keel over but I've spoke to health expects who say I can fast for 100 days and I would be fine due to my weight, but f that.Kieran, as you say in a previous post, it's your body...
But seriously... knocking off 15 beers is one thing, but following it up with fasting for 48hrs seriously isn't a healthy way to lose weight.... Fasting for 48 hrs isn't a good idea under any circumstances really...
I admire your willpower to do that, but if you find fasting an effective method, then look up "intermittent fasting" which is effectively fasting for 16hrs each day (approx 8? of which you're asleep), then getting your calorie intake in the remaining 8hrs.
A really effective way of doing it, and much much better for you.... Not to mention sustainable for as long as you like (I've maintained a somewhat more relaxed version of this for over 8 years now).
Not punishing myself just have a goal I'm willing to hit by sacrificing food for a few days, I use to do fast daily due to lack of money I reckon I could got a good 30 days without food if I'm honest and have a load of water inI personally wouldn't fast, no need to punish yourself for a blip, just get back to eating healthy, and learn from it.
Jase at the Gravity Academy is giving free trial lesson at the moment I saw he put on his social media.Got paralette bars now for dips. Tris are coming along
On a strict diet but nandos is now half price!!!
And before anyone says it no chance am I going mangos and not having peri peri chips
Thanks for thatJase at the Gravity Academy is giving free trial lesson at the moment I saw he put on his social media.
I know you mentioned there before so might be the right time to give it a try?
The guy who owns it is Jason RobinsonThanks for that
The paralette I have are actually gravity own brand too
I am not sure how safe it is to have a lesson at moment but will look into it
What is the social media name? Twitter or YT?
Thank you!The guy who owns it is Jason Robinson
Yeah but you are a freak of nature and run about 1000 miles without sweating. You don't countI can do them, but need someone to hold my legs steady (this seems easier than trying to balance against a wall, as quite naturally you feel like you're going to topple over).
I can do a handstand but my balance is so bad I normally end up flying flying somewhere.
There's a guy who fasted for over a year lost like 300lbs, people think we had food at the ready back years ago when it would take a month to hunt down a mamouth. Each tot here own though as long as they don't tell me what to do, I'm comfortable doing it if I wasn't I wouldn't do it.Lots of evidence we’re built to fast TBF.
Couldn't face that the other day, will give it a go tonight if it's not too busy. It will be like starting again.I started back at the gym last week, been 3 times so far and fucking hell it hurts. It is horrible when you have to start again with weights when you think about the ones being thrown about a few months ago.