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I've never been tiny

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

I think that sometimes I have an unrealistic ideal of my body. I look at magazines, watch hollywood and read about body building fitness professionals. They all look great but at what cost? Are they really doing something all that different than me? I do not want to starve myself for thin, it seems pointless and I'd be very hungry. Not at all worth it to me. I can admit that I have eaten pretty awful the last few weeks and I know that it is out of frustration. I am just not losing. No matter how I tweek my diet, I am not losing. I exercise as often as possible, which is about 3xs a week...I have a job that demands me to move constantly...but I am NOT losing.

Once upon a time, I was a trainer and wrote nutritional maps for my clients to follow. I know that diet has a lot to do with weight loss and I know how to eat to thin down...BUT I AM NOT LOSING....

Seriously, my body hates me :( It is leaving me with cellulite thighs, chub hips and too much belly. Ideal??? I don't know. I want to be a combination of all that I see minus my gelly. I want firm arms without the wings...I want a firm belly than isn't smooshed by my pants, I want tight legs that do not look bumpy.

I know...keep at it, in time and patience. 3 1/2 months since I went back to the gym and my body just will not lose... sigh...another day.
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  • LINZ1990
    You'll get there, don't give up! Maybe you could try switching up what kinds of exercise you do if you've been doing them for awhile? Your body could be too used to them.

    Also, don't forget that Hollywood images (especially magazines) are notorious for photoshopping.

    Good luck! Keep at it!
    1547 days ago
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