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40% Exercise / 60% Eat

Last 3 months I exercise a lot.

As result I manage to reduce some weight.

I am happy.

But l do feel tire and is hard for to push furthermore exercise.

The other option I can try is reduce how much I eat per day.

Actually I do try that method couple years ago.

The result was good I loss so much weight.

But I was overly do that and getting really sick.

I hope this time will get the right balance.
1 month, 3 weeks ago
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pisiform
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1 month, 3 weeks ago
40% Exercise / 60% Eat
During/For the Last 3 months I have exercised a lot.
You can say either "during" or "for"
As result I have managed to reduclose some weight.
Or you can say "I managed"

We say lose for weight loss in a person. You might say reduced weight in an object
I am happy.
But l do feel tired and is hard for to push furthermyself to do more exercise.
Or:
hard for to me to do more exercise.
The other option I can try is to reduce how much I eat per day.
Actually I doid try that method a couple of years ago.
Good use of "couple" rather than "two". It will always be "a couple of" rather than just "couple"
The result was good I losst so much weight.
But I was overly do thaoverdid it and gettingot really sick.
I hope this time I will get the right balance.
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kaki
1 month, 3 weeks ago
Last 3 months II have been exerciseing a lot. the last three months.
As result I managed to reduclose some weight.
But l do feel tired and it is hard for me to push furthermoremyself to exercise.
The other option I can try is reduce how muchthe amount of calories I eat per day.
Actually I do tryhad tried that method a couple of years ago.
The result was good I loss so muchbecause I lost a lot of weight.
But I was overly do that and gettingover worked and got really sick.
I hope this time will getbe the right balance.
Grouped corrections
  • Last 3 months I exercise a lot.
  • Last 3 months II have been exerciseing a lot. the last three months.

  • During/For the Last 3 months I have exercised a lot.

    You can say either "during" or "for"
  • As result I manage to reduce some weight.
  • As result I managed to reduclose some weight.

  • As result I have managed to reduclose some weight.

    Or you can say "I managed"

    We say lose for weight loss in a person. You might say reduced weight in an object
  • 1 I am happy.
  • But l do feel tire and is hard for to push furthermore exercise.
  • But l do feel tired and it is hard for me to push furthermoremyself to exercise.

  • But l do feel tired and is hard for to push furthermyself to do more exercise.

    Or:
    hard for to me to do more exercise.
  • The other option I can try is reduce how much I eat per day.
  • The other option I can try is reduce how muchthe amount of calories I eat per day.

  • The other option I can try is to reduce how much I eat per day.

  • Actually I do try that method couple years ago.
  • Actually I do tryhad tried that method a couple of years ago.

  • Actually I doid try that method a couple of years ago.

    Good use of "couple" rather than "two". It will always be "a couple of" rather than just "couple"
  • The result was good I loss so much weight.
  • The result was good I loss so muchbecause I lost a lot of weight.

  • The result was good I losst so much weight.

  • But I was overly do that and getting really sick.
  • But I was overly do that and gettingover worked and got really sick.

  • But I was overly do thaoverdid it and gettingot really sick.

  • I hope this time will get the right balance.
  • I hope this time will getbe the right balance.

  • I hope this time I will get the right balance.

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