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The White Dress

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

So last night I tried on my wedding dress :) And it fits wonderfully, nothing needs to be altered. And my head piece, veil, jewelry, and shoes, all look really great all together! Because my dress is a corset back I can loose 15 pounds and it'll still fit just fine.

I am still working towards all my fitness goals, but this time around is harder it feels like. It's not hard to eat in my range or to exercise at least 3-4 times a week, but rather I'm doing that and I'm getting little results. I've lost about an inch in my waist since a I started and less than an inch in my hips and thighs, but I've gained half in inch in my arm (I'm guessing that's from added muscle?). And I have better endurance, and stronger muscles. So I am making progress, just not as much as I had hoped by this point. All I can do is keep doing and trust that eventually the scale and measuring tape will follow.
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  • JULESRULES78
    You are doing awesome! Great job!
    1410 days ago
  • DANILYNNG
    emoticon on getting married!

    As for the rest, patience, it will come. Our bodies are happy to shed fat when there's a lot of it to spare, then it gets harder the closer we get to goal. Don't give up, don't despair, just keep pushing!
    1411 days ago
  • TRICIAE2
    You will see results. Remember the scale is not usually the best measure of success!!

    emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1411 days ago
  • JSMC10
    yay first of all congrats on getting married! also, congrats on the dress fitting emoticon
    1411 days ago
  • LODYANGEL
    Congrats on the dress fitting!!

    Change your workout a bit. Usually if you stall or you start to see less progress it is because your body has gotten used to the workout. Try something new!!
    1411 days ago
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