omg i think ive plateaued!

Monday, March 08, 2010

Ive been feeling great about my progress until just recently. Its been weeks since my last weight loss, and Im so frustrated! My clothes are fitting the same. I went through my spring clothes that I put away for the winter time and they dont feel baggy or anything. They still feel small in all the same places as when I packed them away last year WTF!?!? I feel like I keep trying new things at the gym and new challenging workouts, however still no change. With the onset of spring weather I have had my first outdoor run of the year and felt pretty good about it, although it sure was tough.
As far as diet goes, I cook almost all of my meals at home, and if/when I eat out (less than 2x week) I choose the healthy options. i.e. omitting cheese and dressing on my sub, choosing a lean protein/veggie dinner. I have started tracking my food again, I feel like I tend to sneak things, albeit healthy sneaks, I may be taking in too many calories. I have got to get the peanut butter out of the house!
I also need to take advantage of the group fitness classes offered at my gym. The costs are already factored into my dues so I am basically paying for them anyway, I need to get my butt in gear and get to one. I have done yoga before because I love it, and while its good for strength and flexibility, Im looking for a calorie burn!
Currently I work out about three - four times a week, I am now once again closely monitoring my intake of calories, water, sodium, etc. What else can I be doing? I hear good things about zumba, spinning, etc. I also would love to try the pool... Any suggestions, tips??

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    The pool burns major calories, it also works for all around toning
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