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TONKA14 Posts: 4,947
8/20/12 11:30 A

We have a great series of three topics dealing with breaking plateaus that you might find helpful.

Plateau Busters - Part 1
Eat the Right Nutrients at the Right Times

Plateau Busters - Part 2
Include Adequate Rest in Your Exercise Program

Plateau Busters - Part 3
Add Variety to Your Workouts

Coach Tanya

CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
8/19/12 9:04 A


One weigh-in (which I'm guessing is only a week past the last)?

It's a bump; a place where your body is adjusting.
Have you considered that you're developing muscle, replacing the fat you wish to eliminate?

Don't obsess over the scale - continue on your exercise program.
Use other factors to gauge your progress (stamina, feeling of health, avoidance of snacking which you mention, etc.)

HAZELLYNN SparkPoints: (17,493)
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8/19/12 8:50 A

Hi all,

Things have been going so good for me this last couple of months! I am eating healthier & stopped almost all mindless munching. Notice I said almost all, I still have a moment or two where I will find myself putting something in my mouth without really thinking about it. But on the plus side it is usually something healthier!
I am doing Insanity cardio workouts 6 mornings a week and taking a zumba(ish) class at my local Y one night a week. I also try to squeeze in a 2-3 mile run once a week if possible to prep for my monthly 5K I do.
As a result of all of this I am down 10 pounds. emoticon
My weigh in for today should put me at -12, however it is hanging at the -10 range.. In my eyes this is NOT acceptable!! I continue to work away and to not lose anything is almost devastating & honestly, enough to steer me right towards that bag of cookies I bought for my kids! emoticon

What do I have to do to continue to work through this plateau and keep me on weight loss path?

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