On to the 180s

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Finally busted into the 180s this week. I am sure doing the shred had a lot to do with it and finally my plateau is in the rearview mirror. Just gotta keep going. I can't wait to do some update pics at the end of the month so I can see my progress better. Right now I FEEL fatter than when I started, how does that work?? I will tell you how: my boobs have shrunk and my belly seems to not be shrinking. The one think I liked about me is going away and the things I hate are sticking around (belly and thighs!!!) UGH so I haven't been feeling like my progress actually shows even though something is happening......oh well. Gotta keep on trucking!
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    I can completely relate....i also feel like my bust has shrunk a ton....but my belly (althoguh is smaller) has not shrunk at the same rate. I'm kinda at a plateau now though...where i'm not really losing weight, but stuff is shifting around b/c clothes are still getting bigger.
    3483 days ago
    Ugh, I know what you mean! I lost two inches in my bust, and was THRILLED until I realized I only lost an inch in my waist. That's not a good thing!
    3484 days ago
  • SHERRY03
    Way to go! That's awesome, keep up the great work.
    3484 days ago
    Out of curiousity, what was your plateau, how long were you stuck, and what did you do to get past it?

    I always get stuck at the same place (173 lbs). That was the lowest I got after each of my previous pregnancies and no matter what I did I couldn't get lower. I'm not there yet, but am looking for ideas to plan ahead. 155 Lbs should be my goal, but I'm afraid to think that low.
    3484 days ago
  • LEEDZ09
    I know what you mean, my boobs are going away & the belly, the hips just wont go away!!! But they'll catch up sooner or later. :o)
    Congrats on entering 180-ville :o)
    3484 days ago
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