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A "Graph" Day...

Sunday, March 01, 2009

Okay, this is going to be one of those "graph" days that I blogged about the last time. I started off the day with a major disappointment: Showed no change at 219. Normally, I'd say it was okay since "at least I didn't gain" but here's the thing: I weighed in at 217 yesterday! VERY FRUSTRATED because after being careful yesterday I thought I would at least maintain or show a little improvement today. To see 219 made me yell out loud! *sigh* Here's what I'm going to do to "tweak" this week:

-Start tracking my food again. I seriously got away from that in the last several weeks. I think I'm taking in more calories than I think I am because I'm trying to "guesstimate". This clearly does not work for me.

-I've given up white flour, white sugar and white rice for Lent. I think I over compensated with sodium (in the form of seasonings to make meat taste better). Gotta watch the salt!

-Some of my weight gain may be attributed to doing resistance training. I don't want to give that up though so I'll live with the "slow" progress. (And even if it has nothing to do with it, this helps me feel better. *g*)

-I'm TERRIBLE with my consistency in the water department. I will DEFINITELY make a more concentrated effort there!

-I'm going to make my nutrition and exercise tracker public. It'll help my accountability.
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    Mine does the same thing, but stay consistent, it will work! I said the same sigh yesterday! emoticon
    2797 days ago
    Ok here's the deal. It takes 'time' for you body to change. Say you did outstanding today but tomorrow your weigh-in is higher. But three days later it's back down. From personal experience you have a good week but gain weight then the next you'll lose. Not exactly sure why but maybe it takes time for your body to adjust to what you are doing. Anyway I just want you not to be discourage over a one day change in weight and not keep going. Good luck with your weight loss journey.

    2797 days ago
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