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This past week...

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

...I have been exhausted.... Stress at work with a job that should have little stress and being tired....ugh. I thought I stayed on track for most of the week, but my weigh in told me I did something wrong to the degree of .6... Now I know you don't care too much about the inner workings of my body, so I will not explain my uprising on the scale....

I did do decent eating, even trying something new...spaghetti squash....and after getting sick the first time, I actually like it now,,,in small quantities...

Exercise has been great...

Last Monday, zumba
Tuesday, run on the treadmill
Wednesday, zumba
Thursday, body combat (I was and still am achy from this)
Friday, zumba
Saturday, 1 mile jog with sister
Sunday, 6 hours of slow paces walking at work
Yesterday, zumba

I get very annoyed about my calorie has a thing that lets you see where you would be if you continually had the same day of calories and exercise...I could be 10 to 14 pounds lighter in 5 weeks...I've been using it for 4 weeks already and my weight is staying the same or increasing...which of course annoys and stresses me out further, I mean seriously, I can't even lose weight? Ugh....thankfully, I am going to see my nutritionist today, so hopefully she will inform me on what the heck I am dong wrong...
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  • MOVES327
    Spaghetti Squash is awesome keep trying those new things. Unfoprtuantely, until you commit to tracking religiously and knowing exactly what your calorie intake is each day. Weight loss is going to be haphazard at best. Keep trying those veggies and force yourself tot rack everything.
    1409 days ago
    Have you tried tracking the food on sparkpeople. I have found that the site has been more accurate than other sources. How is your training going?
    1409 days ago
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