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11/22/11 8:09 A

Hi Brooke,

I just went to view your Shared Nutrition Tracker and noticed that you have not been tracking your nutrition and fitness consistently. This could be the key to helping you bust through this plateau. Studies have shown that those who track their nutrition lose twice as much weight as those who don't. And if you are expending more calories than your program is set up for you may need to have your calorie range re-calibrated.

The nutrition tracker is a great feedback tool. It allows us to see if we are getting the proper nutrients our bodies need in order to function most efficiently.

I hope this helps!
Coach Nancy



BROOKEW2 Posts: 72
11/22/11 7:27 A

Okay I lost sixty lbs in a school year about a year in a half ago. I have been consistent in hitting the gym for about two months. Yet my weight has not changed. I read everything I can get my hands on about weight loss and fitness and nutrition. I use sald plates for portion size. Eat more fish, chicken, and turkey meat. I drink 101.3 ounces of water. What am I doing wrong. Need advice!! I am sick of being stuck. I cannot afford a personal trainer or I would!

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