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Wednesday, April 03, 2013

On the 25th of March, I finally reached the 10 pounds lost mark. BUT NOW I CAN'T GET AWAY FROM IT!!! I'm working harder this week, and doing much much better, portion-wise. I'm getting the 8 cups of water and I'm not letting temptations get to me. I'm doing everything right but I'm stuck at the same weight!

It's a bit frustrating, especially when I have a daily goal weight that I'm trying to meet and keep seeing the same number when it's supposed to be lower! Can someone give me some tips? Should I change up my workout? I don't know what else I could do to fix this.

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  • MARIANNE9855
    Maybe try weighing yourself just once a week. I only get weighed at WWs and it helps me a lot.
    Also muscle is heavier and your body could be taking time to get adjusted- keep sticking with things and all of a sudden you will see a loss- and probably a big one. emoticon
    1809 days ago
    Have you done your measurements? are your clothes feeling better ? Do you feel healthier ? The scale is just a tool .. don't let it determine your mood , or your commitment.

    So many ways to measure what you are doing is working. Maybe replacing some of your fat with muscle ? Sometimes it just takes awhile for it to show on a scale and will show in other ways as mentioned.

    KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK !! Your doing great things for your health and body. The scale will move but it really is just a tool. Your more than a Number. emoticon
    1809 days ago
    Don't worry about the scale! You are still losing. If you had a scale that also showed ounces,You could see the that you are still losing.I find ,if the scale doesn't move for a jumps to several LBs lost. Hang in there!
    1809 days ago
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