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Saturday, March 16, 2013

I hope I am not entering another plateau...

I weigh every day and my weight has been seesawing between 202 and 204 for the past week and a half. The last plateau lasted well over three weeks. Ugh! And just before the 200 lb threshold.

Still on the Atkins program, but can only ride my bike one day a week to work (instead of three) because of a shift in work hours - hurts my calorie expenditure a little. Still doing Jiu Jutsu - starting to get interesting since now I've learned some things to efficiently execute instead of trying to muscle my way through training.

Started ukulele lessons - pretty fun. I'm one of three people in a group lesson.

Going to BBQ today - crossing my fingers for coming out unscathed.
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    You got off the last plateau. You cando it again.
    1830 days ago
    Oh my! I just checked your teams

    War Eagle! This year has to be better than last!
    1831 days ago
    It will pass if you are in a stall. Have you heard of the Quickfire team? I guess I should have checked your page before I posted....Anyway, they are exercises you can do most anywhere, throughout the day in sets of 20 or 25 generally. I love them. I check every morning and tick my sets off during the day. They really help me with toning and exercising when I don't have time because I just break away from my desk for just a few minutes and get them done!

    Hang in there!
    1831 days ago

    Here's hoping you get a "whoosh" on the scale in a couple of days. Any other signs of progress?
    1831 days ago
  • KAB7801
    I hate that! It will pass!
    1831 days ago
    Keep pushing through, you will make it with perseverance!
    1831 days ago
    good luck with your plateau. It will change just don't give up emoticon emoticon
    1831 days ago
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