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Why?!

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Hi everybody, so I'm back at it again...Kind of embarrassing. I've done this a few times but I must say that this time is for the long haul. I know that because I started excersising regularly on December 13, 2013. By regularly, i mean daily and allow myself one or two days of rest. I am thrilled because I can see the differences in my face and stomach. I've gone down 2 pant sizes, and was able to put on a dress easily that fit me snug last year...So whats my problem?..the scale is saying I weigh the exact same thing as when I started. I'm not really sure why this is..How could I wear smaller clothes and not have lost any weight? So confused. It's a bit discouraging. The only thing that I know I do which is not very good is that I eat right before bed every night because that is when I get off work and I'm usually starving. Other than that, I have cut back on sugar and eat pretty healthy meals. I need help. If you have any suggestions for me to lose weight since I'm stuck...I'd really appreciate it. Or maybe you have an explanation as to how I could lose inches and not pounds...even that would help. At least I'd know why it was happening and me a little less discouraged. Thanks so much everybody!!
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  • v XIVILAYE
    My boyfriend took a health & nutrition class and told me it's better to lose size than weight. He has to remind me of this a lot. So I say, whatever you're doing, keep doing it. Muscle usually takes the place of fat, and can tend to replace the weight of it. Have fun!
    921 days ago
  • v PLANTPOWERGIRL
    Hey, as long as you are looking like you want to and fitting in clothes better then who cares what that scales says. Also, muscle weighs more and takes up less space. emoticon
    921 days ago
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