I'm growing disheartened.
I am normally so motivated to do this but as of late I'm not getting any result. I go to the gym at least twice - thrice a week working out hard for over an hour. I eat fruit, berries, eggs, salmon, salads. I don't touch chocolate and cake and alcohol. I do all the right things. And yet. The scale either says I've not lost anything, or that I've put on a pound or two. Somewhere I'm not doing the right thing.
Obvious answer is to change my diet, but what more can I do. If I cut back on any more food or change anything, I'll be starving myself in an unhealthy manner, and I'm already eating little. I'm snacking on apples and blueberries, I rarely touch bread, I live mostly on tea. My body is in pain most of the week due to the aerobics, and cardio and sometimes weight lifting I do (and it's not enough for that to make a difference). I try an be healthy. Because I work out I try and make sure I get a fair amount of chicken or turkey breast or boiled eggs, but now I'm sitting wondering what the heck am I missing.
Thinner friends of mine show me what they eat, they eat more than me and then brag about how they've lost another pound or two that week. While I'm not comparing myself to them it is a slap in the face.
It just feel like a cruel joke.
I make the effort, I eat the right things, and no result. And I'm not that thin.
Edited by: GIRLCALLEDBOB at: 1/27/2013 (06:43)
"Stressed spelled backwards is desserts. Coincidence? I think not!"
| current weight: 154.0