I had Fried Chicken tenders tonight!

Thursday, June 10, 2010

OK, I know I wasn't suppose to eat the chicken, but I was hungry. I have to admit it taste so good, but it made me feel bad. I was over my calories by 300, but I worked out twice today.

I think what is really happening is that I am getting discouraged. I have not lost a single pound in a month. I am working my butt off, eating with in my calorie range and it has all become frustrating. I'm suppose to be at my weight goal by Aug 29th, how in the heck can I do that if for an entire month I lose Nothing, Nada.

I'm working out four to five days a week. And when I say work I mean work, spin class, running outside, treadmill, elliptical, fitness videos and I have trainer three days a week for weight training. It's another plateau and I am so sick of them.

Enough complaining, at least I am getting stronger and my double chin is starting to disappear emoticon I'll work out tomorrow which is suppose to be my break day.
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    It really sounds like you're putting in the time and effort. You're doing great and you definitely deserve a little treat now and again!
    2812 days ago
    Getting the double chin to disappear is a good accomplishment... even if the scale isn't seeing that! I can't wait for the day when mine is gone :)

    It's super frustrating when the scale isn't changing. My change has been very slow, and it drives me crazy sometimes. Maybe you aren't eating enough for how much you are working out?

    I already know that I'm not going to make my 1st short-term goal of weight loss- to be 180 by the beginning of July. But whatever... this journey will just be slower than I had originally planned if I want to do it the healthy way. But then I tell myself that the slower I lose the weight, the less hangy my skin will be :)
    2815 days ago
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    the chicken sounds yummy.
    2815 days ago
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