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Day 9 :)

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Felling good today, decided to start working out right before work since I work 2nd shift. I go in at 2, so now I'm going to the gym at noon working out showering then heading to work. ( the gym is right by work) today was the first day I tried that and think it will workout pretty well..I am feeling a little discouraged today, just bc I have made lots of changes to my diet and still have not lost much weight.. I figured only water would help me drop a bit and I've reconstructed my whole menu and still not much :( not really feeling down about it just not understanding why the results are so little considering the HUGE changes I've made..
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  • AGK3112
    Hang in there dear. You will loss weight. I know this numbers will mess us up when we don't loss it or when we see less progress. I wish you good luck on your weight loss.
    1899 days ago
    Hang in there!! With the addition of the gym it's likely that you are building more muscle and it is countering the weight you are losing. I'm sure you are probably toning up more. As Vixen said, look for non scale victories like how your clothes fit, etc, and if you haven't taken your measurements I definitely would. Drink lots of water, and make sure you are eating enough food, that can become an issue also. Your body needs the fuel!! I love using the food tracker on SP, it really helps me a lot. You are doing great! emoticon
    1900 days ago
  • -VIXEN-
    Start to look for the non-scale victories. Do you have more energy? Are you getting stronger, faster or more flexible? Have you taken measurements so you can check those as well?

    Keep fightin' the good fight. You CAN do it. :)
    1900 days ago
    Those changes do add up-you will see progress.I'm in the same boat! We'll get there!
    1900 days ago
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