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MELISSIMAUS
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When I plateau, I plaTEAU.

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

My weight has not fluctuated more than .4 lbs in either direction for 10 days. I think that's some kind of record! Seriously, I've gone between 178.0 and 178.4 every single day since 11/11. Impressive in its own way, I suppose.

Fun day at the gym today! My workout kicked my ass, but before that, they were doing a timed fitness test (voluntary) for anyone who wanted to do it, as part of the gym's birthday celebration. My time was only 10secs more than my trainer! Considering that I couldn't have even done any of those exercises last year, I will take it.

I won some tea. emoticon
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  • PMRUNNER
    That is impressive! Any given week, my fluctuations are 3-4 lbs. I have never been able to hit that level of consistency. Well done, keep it up!
    1038 days ago
  • LANSDOWNE3
    Great results on the fitness! I am right there with you in the plateau. My calorie counting/ daily walking dedication has been spot-on for a month. And nothing happens on the scale. I wonder if it's hormonal for me, as I am nearing the menopause age.
    1043 days ago
  • CAPECODBABE
    Congrats on the tea.

    That's amazing on the weight.

    The other day I weighed myself, went to the bathroom and decided to weigh myself again and was UP .2 ?????????? emoticon
    1044 days ago
  • IAMBIZI
    congrats on your fitness test!.
    I would fail that most asssuredly!
    bizi
    1044 days ago
  • CHANGE4FIT
    Plateaus happen-and they drive me nuts, but I try to think of them as opportunities to reflect....
    1044 days ago
  • ZIPITUP
    emoticon on the tea!
    I hear you about the plateau. Feel like I have been chasing my tail.
    Hope the tide turns for both of us soon!
    1044 days ago
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