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IT'S NOT WORKING

Monday, April 07, 2008

HEY, THIS IS ME VENTING... I AM TRYING TO KEE POSTIVE WITH OUT EMOTIONLA EATING! I HAVE BEEN HERE STRONG FOR OVE TWO MONTHS AND I HAVE ONLY LOST 11 POUNDS. WITH THE OCCOSIONAL 1 POUND ON AND OFF! I AM DOING AT LEAST 70 MIN OF CARDION 6 DAYS A WEEK AND WEIGHTS ON 4 TO 5 OF THOSE DAYS! I KNOW THAT THIS WEIGHT DIDN'T COME ON OVER NIGHT BUT I HAVE BEE WEIGHING IN EVERY MONDAY AND THE SCALE MUST BE BROKE!LOL I KNOW IT TAKES TIME AND I HAVEN'T BEEN EATING ENOUGH FOOD TO KEEP ME BODY GOING...BUT I MEASURE EVERTHING AND I DO EAT WHEN I AM HUNGRY! SO IF YOU ARE READING THIS AND YOU HAVE SOME SUGGESTION I AM ALL EARS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME! LOVE YOU FOR READING, KIZ
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  • JAZZBUNNY
    Hey Kizzie,

    It's Jazz, don't give up we can do this! We just have to be PATIENT and CONSISTENT. I read somewhere that if you picture yourself thin it will eventually happen. So i'm picturing myself at a healthy weight and sexy! keep working out and eating right, you'll reach your goal! take care, jazz
    3167 days ago
  • RJGSWIFE
    I rather new here, and know what you're going thru. I've done a lot of reading over the years and I don't remember who stated it. but... what sounds like is happening is with the carido and weight training that you are doing and the lower amounts of food intake, it could be that your body is basically going into starvation mode. While the excise is building muscle (which weights a lot more than fat) your body is hanging onto every calorie it can, thus no weight loss. I've also read that over time the mind eventually accepts the change in habits and the weight starts dropping.
    Have you done measurements to see if there's a difference there?
    Of course I'm no expert, these are just a few things I've read. Hope this helps....
    3169 days ago
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