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Do You Have To Weigh In At Weight Watchers Meetings?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Do you have to weigh in at weight watchers meetings? My weight watchers meetings are usually on Tuesdays but I missed a few weeks. So when I came this Tuesday I weighed in [lost 2 lbs :)] and then found out they moved the Tuesday meetings to Thursdays. I had missed a few minutes so didn't know this. So now the meeting is tonight - do I have to weigh in again? Or can I just walk in, take a seat and participate in the meeting.
Answer: No, you do not have to ever weigh in. It is an option that no one will force. Also, about your losing 2 lbs in a week-you are doing perfect. They advise members to lose no more than 1-2 pounds a week on average because more than that means you are not getting certain nutrients your body needs on a regular basis causing it to take them from areas such as lean muscle which can lead to irreversible damage/loss to muscle tissue. Keep in mind your body naturally fluctuates because of other factors in your health, your clothes, what you just ate or your environment that may affect your weigh in to be +/- a few pounds. So you may weigh in actually gaining one pound while weighing in at 5 lbs less the following week. It doesn't happen often but as long as it averages out over the weeks there's still nothing to worry about. One week I thought I did extremely well and weighed in at only half a pound less but was relieved to see I'd lost 4-5 lbs the next weigh in while I was generally losing 1 or 2 each week. Just thought I'd mention it. Good luck!
Why Don'T Overweight Men Show Up At Weight Watchers Meetings?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Why don't overweight men show up at Weight Watchers meetings? There are plenty of overweight and obese men, but I seem to be the only guy at the Weight Watchers meetings I've attended. And it's not like Jenny Craig, LA Weight Loss or the others are any different. Are men just not "joiners"?
Answer: I think that there are a number of reasons why fewer men show up for Weight Watchers meetings. The entire weight loss industry has focused its advertising more on women for one. Men will try to fix the problem themselves and tend to be more "self healers" and less social. I actually used the Weight Watchers on line program for most of these reasons. I was attracted by Weight Watchers men specific program. Oh, and yes, I did lose the weight and continue to keep it off! For you guys out there Weight Watchers has some coupons for the on line program: If you live in Canada you can get the Weight Watchers Canada 25% off coupon here: http://www.canbuy.ca/weightwatchers.asp If you line in the US you can get the Weight Watchers USA one month free coupon here: http://www.canbuy.ca/weightwatchersUSA.asp
How Do You Organize Your Weight Watchers Weekly Fliers?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How do you organize your Weight Watchers weekly fliers? I want to save the fliers and recipes I receive every week from Weight Watchers meetings. Do you have a good method for storing, filing, or keeping track of them?
Answer: I used to stick them in my weigh in packet...but you can be more creative than that...maybe a small loose leaf binder. Remembering to keep them is the most important thing because your leader will refer to them often.
How Do You Work Out How Many Weight watchers Points You Earn For Exercise?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How do you work out how many weight watchers points you earn for exercise? Hello I have the sliding rule thing but can't figure out what levels of exercise are moderate etc. I am unable to go to meetings as I have already lost the weight (3 stone!) not through weight watchers meetings, and am using it as a tool to try and keep it off! My main exercise forms are Tao Chi, Yoga and Tribal belly dancing! Can anyone help? Thanks and hugs x Katie
Answer: You dint earn points for exercise. Generally for your height /weight you get a certain number of points to eat a day. Example: My mom was 5'5" and 178 lbs so she got 22 points a day to eat. That meant that each thing she ate had a certain number of points (sandwhich = 6 pts). The biggest thing is try to keep a diary of everything you are eating, drink lots of water and exercise. You will see results. Good Luck!
Where Can I Buy Weight Watchers Garlic Parmesan Pretzel Thins?From Other - Food & Drink Forum:
Where can I buy Weight Watchers Garlic Parmesan Pretzel thins? When we went to Weight Watchers meetings, we always used to bring home these delicious Garlic Parmesan Pretzel thins that we could buy at the Weight Watchers center. We're no longer members, but we still want those delicious pretzel thins! Can we just waltz in there and buy a box still, or do we have to be members? If not, does anyone know a place we can buy them? [Not on line, if we can avoid it.] Or does anyone know anything that tastes like these pretzel thins?
Answer: Tosca or Waitrose
How Many WNW Free Points Do You Get In A Week?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How many WW FREE points do you get in a week? I used to go to the Weight Watchers meetings a while back and I done really good at it until I lost my job and got Thyroid problems. NOW I am wanting to try t he Weight Watchers on my own. I have found a link to how many points I can have but.... What are the free points? I forgot how many they were? Someone please help...
Answer: There are 35 bonus points per week. There are also plans that give you activity points, however, it takes a great deal of activity to get points.
Can On line Weight Watchers Members Buy Products At Meeting Sites?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
can on line weight watchers members buy products at meeting sites? I switched from regular weight watcher meetings and joined the on line version. I want to buy a few products but the shipping is ridiculous. would I be able to walk into a meeting and just buy the stuff and not pay to weigh in or stay for the meeting?
Answer: yes you can go in and just buy their products when you become a life time member you will have to attend one meeting weigh in month but even though you are on line you are required to weigh in and go to a meeting every week until you have reached your goal weight
Are There Any Teen Weight Watcher Programs Out There In The St. Louis Area?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Are there any teen weight watcher programs out there in the St. Louis area? I called a year ago to see if there were any Weight Watcher meetings exclusively for teens. They said no and I am wondering if that has changed since I called? Or, if anyone knows of any other weight loss programs in and around St. Louis, MO for teens that they could recommend?
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Is It Weird For A Teen To Join Weight Watchers?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Is it weird for a teen to join Weight Watchers? I am almost 17, and I am about 15 lb overweight. I am going to attend weight watchers meetings. Do you think that they people there will think it's weird that I am there? I'm so nervous, I don't want anyone to look at me funny or anything :/
Answer: no its not weird, it shows that you care about your body :)
How Much Does It Cost To Attend Weight Watchers Meetings?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How much does it cost to attend Weight Watchers meetings? I am already paying for Weight Watchers On line and points plus but I want to start attending meetings. The website doesn't give any details like a number to call or how much it costs. Any ideas? Would I get a discount since I already pay Abbot $17 for online? I've heard if you go to meetings you get to do on line for free... ?
Answer: Hi, I work for Weight Watchers I am so glad that you would like to attend the meetings. Here's Weight Watchers # 1-800-651-6000. If you call them they will help you to cancel your current on line plan. I would suggest that you purchase the Monthly Pass if it's available in your area. The cost of the Monthly Pass is generally $39.95 a month, and that will include the meetings, materials, etools- which is a great on line resource, and if you have a smart phone there is an app you can download too. You can purchase the Monthly Pass when you call Weight Watchers, or at the meeting. Check out Weight watchers.com for meeting times and locations in your area. I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions. Enjoy your journey with Weight Watchers, it's the best!
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