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Is it possible to lose 1 stone in one week? If so can you please provide an exercise routine to do for each day and possible diet? Will running on a treadmill work? By the way i'm a girl. Thanks.
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Why?
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not guna happen
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This is the diet, right, I'll you what, you have one Tuc cracker and a cup of beetroot right, you drink your own piss, you drink your own piss! I'll tell you now, it's detox! Detox your body! Detox! Tracy's on it, right, she lost 14 stone in a day!
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Yeah it's easy just don't eat or drink anything. You will feel great.
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(Original post by tommm)
This is the diet, right, I'll you what, you have one Tuc cracker and a cup of beetroot right, you drink your own piss, you drink your own piss! I'll tell you now, it's detox! Detox your body! Detox! Tracy's on it, right, she lost 14 stone in a day!
It might not be possible to lose 1 stone in a week, but according to your avatar, you might be able to lose 1 WONGA in a week!
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losing 1 stone in a week would be EXTREMELY unhealthy..
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never ever gonna happen!
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No chance. Why didn't you start earlier?
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It's possible. . .




. . .if you are pregnant and going into labour.
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I doubt you could. Even with not eating anything, I really doubt it!
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course you could do it
just expect to be hungry most the week
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(Original post by jaheen22)
It's possible. . .




. . .if you are pregnant and going into labour.
even then it wouldn't work! hahaha
average newly born is like half a stone

OP you are crazy. just do it in a month and a half it would be healthier
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Not in a week...maybe in 3 to 4 weeks if you were very strict on yourself...
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Just keep running on a treadmill, strap your wrists to the bars, so that when you pass out, you won't lose valuable exercise time. Don't drink or eat either.
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decapitation?
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I've done it before... but I had a severe case of tonsillitus and hardly ate for a couple of days. Then quickly shoved it back on when I was feeling better!

So in a word, no. It's incredibly unhealthy and stupid.
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I think the maximum you could really lose in a week without going to extremes is about 7 pounds, and that's only really cos you lose more the first week you start dieting cos of water weight and stuff.

EDIT: When I say "without going to extremes" I mean whilst still eating. You'd still have to excersise and cut your calorie intake by quite a bit
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no.
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Long time if you whip your own ass and exercise and diet well you can lose 3-4lbs a week, so in a word no, but i dont know why i bother to speak as you'll probably go ahead and try to anyway and end up binging on a cake come day 7
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