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Not doing so good


Friday, May 11, 2012

Well lv not done so good the last couple of weeks, last week l stayed the same and this week l put on a pound.
Im not disheartened l just reaise that lv got to try harder. I have been sticking to my calories so no issue there. However lv not been able to get to the gym or do my exercise classes properly for the last couple of weeks due to work commitments.

So in my spark report it would read 'must try harder'.

Im keeping my fingers crossed for a lose next week even if its just the pound whihc l gained this week.

Hope you are all well and achieving your goals.

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SHELLYBABE2 5/12/2012 1:35PM

    It isn't always possible to keep the exercise level up when other things get in the way but whenever you can - make it a priority & agree with the other post of maybe changing your exercise level to alter your calorie allowance.

I'm sure once you get through this busy time you will get the weight moving again - just keep positive & keep working on it (just like you are) and remember emoticon

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LIBELULITA 5/12/2012 1:41AM

    It sounds like you're losing a little bit of focus and motivation. When this happens to me I read the motivation articles here on Spark and the blogs of people who have achieved what I want to achieve. I read back on my own blogs to "remember" why I wanted this in the first place. it soon gets me back on track and once you do that you'll see the pounds starting to fall off again. I too went through a "stop/yoyo" stage after the initial big weight loss....it's like the body needs to stabalise itself before carrying on. Definately get back to exercise asap emoticon emoticon

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BLUE42DOWN 5/11/2012 3:19PM

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If you know you won't be able to get the workouts in and can't reschedule them, it might be best to temporarily drop your calorie range based on the lower demands of your body.

For example, if your weekly workouts were normally burning 2000 calories and you know this week you'll only get 600 burned, that's 1400 extra calories you'd be eating and not needing. Dropping your daily calories eaten by 200 (1400 divided by 7 days of the week) can help even that out until you're able to burn the calories again.

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SOCIOSOUND 5/11/2012 12:58PM

    You got this, Denise!! Stay positive...

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