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Not So Fast...

Friday, February 01, 2013

It appears my stay in the 170s was short-lived. Bounced right back up to 180.2 and then 180.8 despite doing everything right as far as I can tell. But weight fluctuates naturally and many things can be the cause. So I'm not gonna sweat it too much and just know that will be back down there and further very soon!

Have a great weekend, everyone!
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  • KANOE10
    I used to find that. You would lose then go up and then go down again. Hang in there. You are doing everything right and it will stay down. emoticon
    1694 days ago
    You know my weight loss...down then up then down again....none of us are "computers" with immediate feedback...our bodies need to get used to this stuff...
    1694 days ago
  • FREEME1980
    You'll get past that point again. Great protocol will give you results. emoticon
    1695 days ago
    yep, no biggie, probably normal weight fluctuation.
    1695 days ago
    Stay on protocol and off the scale for the weekend and see how it goes. That's what I am going to try later next week.
    1695 days ago
  • -SHAWN-
    How tall are you? I'm usually 180 (well since my mid 50's) I'm 5'6" med/large frame. Wanting to get down to 150... Don't know if that is doable, we'll see ;-)
    1695 days ago
    I've reached a milestone then slid backwards myself.
    In fact, sometimes it seems like I lose and gain the same 5 lbs over and over again. Stick with it and I'm sure you'll have success. Bravo for blogging about it and being honest. That takes some of the power out of it. Never give up !! Just think about all of your little success stories along your weight loss journey.
    1695 days ago
  • SUNSHINE99999
    it does tend to fluctuate some. Keep on moving and grooving. emoticon
    1695 days ago
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