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Monday, June 07, 2010

I have become complacent for the last couple of weeks on posting to my food eaten and my exercise done. I have not been able to lose any more weight. I have maintained the weight I had July 2009. I have lost some inches though. My pain has increased, maybe, because I am trying to work more. I don't know, but, I am very unhappy that I can't shed this last 35 pounds.
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REDRUDY5 6/7/2010 1:51PM

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DEBNICU 6/7/2010 11:33AM

    I can relate, especially when pain is involved. You have to go slow and increase slowly. I consulted with my Dr. when I had to slack off of exercise after losing 30+ pounds last summer and fall. For me if I have to take something to help keep me comfortable then I need to take it. What I am finding is that I still have pain and weakness after I exercise, but my recovery time is getting better.
I agree with the previous posts, in that logging food keeps you on track. For me even if I haven't eaten healthy food, I log it in my tracker. This helps me if I am not seeing the results that I feel I deserve.
Keep at it, go slow, because we all know that slow wins the race.
Good luck on your journey.
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SLIMPAM23 6/7/2010 10:42AM

    Junebug is right....just start over and start slow. If you have continued to exercise and it's still not coming off - consider changing up both your cardio and your strength training a little. You body gets used to doing the same things and it gets complacent too!!!
Bottom Line: Don't give up now!! I know you can get rid of the last 35!!!
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JUNEBUG1944 6/7/2010 10:10AM

    Sometimes it's hard to get motivated to log in our food...it can be a pain, but it sure does help to stay within our calories and nutrition goals. Exercise is tough because it is so easy to put it off until "later." And, sometimes, "later" never comes! Been there, done that! After being complacent for awhile, it's like starting over, so, start over and slowly start exercising again. Don't try for an hour a day, start at 15 minutes...then add on.
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JUNEBUG1944 6/7/2010 10:10AM

    Sometimes it's hard to get motivated to log in our food...it can be a pain, but it sure does help to stay within our calories and nutrition goals. Exercise is tough because it is so easy to put it off until "later." And, sometimes, "later" never comes! Been there, done that! After being complacent for awhile, it's like starting over, so, start over and slowly start exercising again. Don't try for an hour a day, start at 15 minutes...then add on.
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