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VANESSAANN83's Photo VANESSAANN83 Posts: 593
6/9/08 11:24 A

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Thanks everyone for replying so quickly!! I couldn't find anything on this online, it's nice to know that it isn't just me :) I hope it's done with though, because I really like where I'm at :):):)

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6/9/08 11:23 A

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I'm 25, and I do lots of cardio. I have taken up running, and I also do the elliptical. I do about an hour to an hour and a half every day of cardio circuits between running, walking, biking, and the elliptical (I do so much because I REALLY like to eat ha ha, no dieting for me, just healthy foods).

ERINSANTOS4's Photo ERINSANTOS4 Posts: 113
6/9/08 11:22 A

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Hello,

I have noticed the same thing. I had to buy new clothes because it got to the point that I could no longer wear the old ones without being obscene. Although I am not loosing really so much anymore I have noticed that even the new clothes doesn't fit right. I have put it up to reallocation. I would have to agree that the excersize is probably the cause. I think that I maybe getting smaller still but that I am starting to put on some muscle.

Anyways Congratulations on the weight loss!

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HBELCASTRO's Photo HBELCASTRO Posts: 266
6/9/08 11:22 A

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Hi there,
I have experienced before where it takes a few months for everything to sort of 'settle' into its right place. You lose the weight, but your skin and muscle tone takes longer to find its new place on your body. However, it sounds to me like a size 4-6 bottom and a small/xsm top is more 'proportioned' than a size 2 bottom and a sm/med top. Now it sounds like you have an awesome figure! Way to go!!

Live in the Now.

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6/9/08 11:12 A

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Yes, exercising could have something to do with it, although you don't mention what exercise you do. I think with age gravity takes hold and things naturally shift, but again, I don't know how old you are.

Energy and persistence conquer all things.
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VANESSAANN83's Photo VANESSAANN83 Posts: 593
6/9/08 11:09 A

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Oh, and I exercise every day...which is something I didn't start doing until I began my weight loss journey. Maybe this has something to do with it??

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6/9/08 11:08 A

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Hi everyone! I lost about thirty lbs last year, finally reaching my goal in October. When I finally hit that magical 125 lbs, I was wearing a size 2 in pants and about a medium-small top. I didn't buy clothes right away, just in case I gained some back...and thank God I didn't!! It's not that I gained weight (not even a little!!), but things have changed. It's almost like my body fat shifted, because now (8 months later) I'm wearing a 4-6 in pants and a small-xsmall in tops! It's like all of my upper body fat slid down! It started happening right away, because people commented that I looked like I had gained a couple of lbs and had "filled out into a healthier look" as early as December. My husband and I laughed, because I had actually lost another lb. I don't mind at all, I'm so relieved to see my curves again!!! I am wondering if this has happened to anyone else though???

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