Feeling ugh!!! Just won't budge!

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Okay, generally I am an upbeat person, but I'm telling I am truly getting discouraged!! When I started SP I lost weight immediatly. I'm not sure why or how, but man it was exciting! I thought I am finally going to do it. I am going to get to a healthy weight and look pretty cute in my chaps! (I know a vein moment too) But really, where the majority of my weight is(my ab) my chaps do not flatter it. So let's just say when I have to leather up for a bike ride, I do not feel my most attractive. To me leather is supposed to be sexy. I know my husband is way sexy all leathered up. LOL, sorry got off track just a little.

Anyway, I lost to 178. I have gained 2 and lost the same 2 over and over. I can not get below 178. I feel like I need to do something to "jumpstart" my metabolism. I stay pretty active-exercise wise. Maybe I need to do more. I am not going to give up I will keep trying to figure out what to do, but I am soooo getting discouraged. In my challenges...there's me....constant 178!! Oh mixed in with some 180's! It is just frustrating! UHG!!!!
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    I have found that when I lose 2 to 4 pounds I go and regain it. It seems like losing the weight gives me 'permission' to eat something 'off limits'. Really, I need to find out why I am so darn determined to sabotage myself.
    3282 days ago
    Don't worry, plateaus happen quite frequently. Maybe you should examine the exercises you are doing and change it up a little. Whatever the cause is, keep at it... if it will not come off today, it will tomorrow. emoticon emoticon
    3291 days ago
    Please don't get discouraged, sometime you will go through a stand still, for awhile and all of a sudden the weight will start coming off again..Hang in there and take it one day at a time... Good Luck!
    3291 days ago
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