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Weigh In #4

Saturday, February 02, 2013

Well it's not good news, I gained 0.9 lbs. :( It's very dissapointing, but I have to learn to move on from this. I exercised four times this week and I felt that when I was exercising I wasn't struggling as much. I also did good on my calories, but I did go over a few calories a day but not much. I think I need to change it up more and do more cardio rather than metabolic training with the biggest loser. I'm also going to stay in the middle of my calorie range and not eat towards the top of it. I'm trying to not let this get me down, but I can't help it! :( I know I can do this and I will redeem myself next weigh in.
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    I had the same thing happen this week when I weighed in this morning. It serves as a learning experience. You have done some exercise this week and are tracking your food. You can see what you need to do and YOU WILL DO IT! Have a good week and show the scale it's input doesn't matter when it's next week's weighin
    1809 days ago
    I can't even begin to tell you how many times I let the scale affect my mood! Truth is-- you are making healthy choices, so be proud of yourself! The scale isn't the only way to tell if you are getting healthier-- the fact that the exercises seemed easier means A LOT!!! Stick with you, you are doing great!!!
    1809 days ago
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    1810 days ago
    I found the scales are my enemy! I was getting so worked up over the scales I was setting myself up for a letdown. There is articles about putting them away for a while and looking for other ways to to judge weight loss. Like how you feel, have your clothes readjusted themselves on your body. May want to check it out. emoticon Don't give up. Have a beautiful day.
    1810 days ago
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