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I finally may have figured it out.

Saturday, February 02, 2013

I've been stuck at around 230 lbs for the last year and a half. And I've been trying to figure out WHY. Today I was thinking, and thinking, and thinking some more. What have I been doing differently than others? Well, I isolated a few key behaviors that may make a difference.
1. I don't exercise on a daily basis.
2. I rarely lift weights, despite having a set of dumbbells and resistance band set.
3. My sleep schedule is off by a few hours (I go to bed past midnight and wake around noon).
4. I eat pretty much what I want. I do watch how much of what I eat and figure out my daily calories, but often it's not what it could/should be.
5. I don't have a set schedule/commitment for healthy behaviors.

Mostly my sleep and no weights seem to be the largest difference between weight lost or weight maintenance.
Also, 105 days - or 15 weeks - until my first running 5k, the Warrior Dash! And I still haven't even started training. T_T
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  • v WRITEMANN1
    Looks like you and I both climbed into the same boat. Now let's just keep it afloat!!
    1243 days ago
  • v TATTER3
    You are so honest! Keep Sparkin'!!! I believe in you!
    1244 days ago
  • v STARSMEMBER267
    Alright!!! I was reading a blog that quoted the Nike slogan: Just do it!

    Problem solved. You got this! emoticon
    1244 days ago
  • v KMM1123
    Great job at figuring out what's holding you back! emoticon
    1244 days ago
  • v LILYBELLE12
    emoticon The first step in any process is to examine the facts... you just did that. Next step is to set up a plan to put into place. Good Luck, hope to soon see things are progressing!!!!
    1245 days ago
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