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DIDS70 Posts: 5,079
12/14/12 12:57 P

You can do it. maybe focus more on the diet portion of your new lifestyle. Start getting the inside doing what it is supposed to so that it can help you with stamina and energy.



BASKETLADY13 Posts: 301
12/11/12 11:07 A

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TONKA14 Posts: 4,947
12/11/12 10:05 A

Healing requires energy for the protein building blocks to be used. Be sure you are using the entire range throughout the week aiming for the upper end on days you get your exercise in and toward the lower end on days you don't. You can also focus on your ratios and be sure your protein intake is in the mid to upper end of the range so you are sure you have the building blocks available for healing. Water is also necessary when energy and protein are being used so be sure you are meeting your fluid needs as well.

Remember that slow and steady wins the race so just keep moving forward.

Coach Tanya

IJOANIE Posts: 351
12/11/12 9:22 A

Hi friends.
I seem to be not losing any more. I lost 9 pounds but the scale says I put about half of that back on. I have consistently stayed within the calorie limits recommended, and have consistently done at least ten minutes of exercise a day.I know ten minutes does not sound like much. I have limited mobility and it does hurt to exercise. I now injured myself, have sore muscles from over doing it. Yes ten - twenty minutes a day is overdoing it for me. I need to see a doctor now because of the pain .

Frustrating and feeling hopeless.
Any ideas????


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