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Feeling ugh!!! Just won't budge!

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Okay, generally I am an upbeat person, but I'm telling I am truly getting discouraged!! When I started SP I lost weight immediatly. I'm not sure why or how, but man it was exciting! I thought I am finally going to do it. I am going to get to a healthy weight and look pretty cute in my chaps! (I know a vein moment too) But really, where the majority of my weight is(my ab) my chaps do not flatter it. So let's just say when I have to leather up for a bike ride, I do not feel my most attractive. To me leather is supposed to be sexy. I know my husband is way sexy all leathered up. LOL, sorry got off track just a little.

Anyway, I lost to 178. I have gained 2 and lost the same 2 over and over. I can not get below 178. I feel like I need to do something to "jumpstart" my metabolism. I stay pretty active-exercise wise. Maybe I need to do more. I am not going to give up I will keep trying to figure out what to do, but I am soooo getting discouraged. In my challenges...there's me....constant 178!! Oh mixed in with some 180's! It is just frustrating! UHG!!!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
1_AMAZING_WOMAN 6/23/2009 4:08PM

    I have found that when I lose 2 to 4 pounds I go and regain it. It seems like losing the weight gives me 'permission' to eat something 'off limits'. Really, I need to find out why I am so darn determined to sabotage myself.

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Don't worry, plateaus happen quite frequently. Maybe you should examine the exercises you are doing and change it up a little. Whatever the cause is, keep at it... if it will not come off today, it will tomorrow. emoticon emoticon

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DONNASTL 6/14/2009 5:16PM

    Please don't get discouraged, sometime you will go through a stand still, for awhile and all of a sudden the weight will start coming off again..Hang in there and take it one day at a time... Good Luck!

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