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Body vs Scales

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Still going on this I do not post every day but I am still going. Exercising daily and moving more feeling great. My scales are about ready to be pitched over the hillside though I must tell you. My body is changing shape now as to where I can see it. I have muscles in places I didnt even know muscles existed. I just do not understand why the scales are just moving like .3 or .2 what am I doing wrong? I have to be losing something though because my clothes are looser and I do not look like a 55 gallon drum barrel like before. I just having a hard time figuring why my scales hate me. Eating the right portions and calories. This does not get me down though I am not stopping because I love the energy and how awake I feel I just want to know will this fat ever start coming off?
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    Remember muscles weigh more than fat. You are building muscle mass that's why the scale isn't moving much.Keep up the good work
    1335 days ago
    Well .. we are sisters .. I am in exactly in the same place. the frustration builds as I've hit a weight plateau and can't seem to move past this. I, too, am seeing changes in my body (lost two inches in my waist). I am increasing my intensity of walking and workouts and am hoping by burning more calories in my exercise, the pounds will again start to go down. I do feel your frustration. I notice that sometimes I 'stress our' over the lack of loosing the pounds and I'm learning that stress produces hormones that can get in the way of burning the calories. I now only weigh myself once a week and do it on the same day (first thing in the morning on Sundays .. which is usually a mellow day for me). wishing you success in starting to move down the scale. emoticon
    1335 days ago
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