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Posts: 430 5/3/13 3:43 P
I'd have to say maintaining that initial fire that comes with weight reduction. In my case, I wasn't really overweight, but I got addicted to that thrill of seeing the scale go down. It can't keep going down forever, and I found maintenance BORING! I uncovered a lot of depression and self-dissatisfaction that I am now trying to overcome by going to OA.
current weight: 128.1
Fitness Minutes: (71,330) Posts: 4,849 4/28/13 5:59 P
Being stuck at a certain weight for over a year and not having the mental energy to keep fighting.
Maintaining is no small accomplishment but I need that umph to keep going.
Decide what you want, decide what you are willing to exchange for it. Establish your priorities and go to work. - H.L. Hunt
current weight: 192.8
Fitness Minutes: (1,020) Posts: 37 4/25/13 7:22 P
I have a few but one of the most frustrating would have to be when I thought that I was doing everything right when I wasn't. I was one of those people that thought that if I were working out that I could eat whatever I wanted. I didn't realize how wrong I was until I started logging my food. I got thru it by being accountable for every bite I ate and learned to make smarter food choices.
Fitness Minutes: (27,113) Posts: 6,537 4/25/13 7:03 P
What is / was your biggest weight loss frustration and how did you get through it?
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