I know how you feel. I'm having the same problem, but I just keep looking at areas that I can improve in; a little less this, a little more that. I FEEL so much lighter these days, with exercise toning my muscles and my clothes fitting a little looser, but when I get on the scale there's either no difference or I've gained and then lost the same couple of pounds over and over.
We need to just keep at it because we both know that really it isn't IMPOSSIBLE for us to lose weight, we're just still on the journey there.
Sometimes I guess, it isn't all about the scale!
Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I'll try again tomorrow. Mary Anne Radmacher
current weight: 197.0
Fitness Minutes: (49,059) Posts: 896 4/18/12 8:53 A
It happens sometimes. You won't always be losing a bunch of weight all at once, even though we would all like to have it work that way. Even when you are doing things right, you won't always lose the weight right and left.
Pounds lost: 104.7
Fitness Minutes: (0) Posts: 9 4/18/12 4:23 A
I am 67 years old and am losing weight very slowly, too slowly, and I get very frustrated when I weigh myself and have lost either 1lb or nothing and know I have stuck to the rules. I play golf and walk the dog, so get a decent amount of exercise. Does anyone find that this is a problem for them.
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