I'm sorry that this will be all ranty and stuff..and while I mostly 'hang' with my starter week team, I sometimes feel that this isthe kind of thing that people without PCOS simply can't understand the frustration of.
I *KNOW* that if anyone without this condition, put inthe effort I have..they would have lost at the very least 8-10lbs.
In the past 7 weeks.. I have
1. stayed in my calorie range 1250-1550 90% of the time
2. Exercised at LEAST 3x a week 30-60 minutes each time
3. Been drinking at LEAST 4 cups of water a day, but getting closer to 6-8 with regularity.
I have my exercise and diet log open to the public.
I watch my carb intake.
I link my carbs to proteins as much as possible.
I try not to eat more than 30 grams of carbs in any 2 hour period.
I eat only whole grains WHEN i eat them
In 7 weeks... nothing has changed physically for me at least.
I weigh the same, I measure the same.
I'm beginning to wonder if I wn't see results unless I start really bumping up the aerobics to 60 mintues of intense cardio daily.
I just feel so.. resentful..
Why do I have feel like i'm KILLING myself to shed some pounds???
I'm 5'4 and weight 165lbs.
My BMI is around 28.
All I'm aiming for is a BMI of 24-25.
To do that I need to lose 20lbs.
I carry my weight well and wear a size 10/12. (I have a slim waistline compared to my hips..)
I just don't know what to do anymore short of running myself ragged.
Anti-Blah Sunny Hollywood, CA division, Earthquake and celeb-sighting correspondent, Kink expert.
My Motto: The goal is FIT, not Skinny!
Enjoy the power and beauty of your youth..20 years you'll look back ... and recall in a way you can't grasp now.. how fabulous you really looked.
You are NOT as fat as you imagine.
~Baz Lurman "Everybody's Free (to wear sunscreen)"
| Pounds lost: 7.5