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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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  • v SIMPLYDEE
    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
    1251 days ago
  • v MERRYBH
    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
    1251 days ago
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