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Struggle

Sunday, August 22, 2010

I gained one pound last week. It is truly a struggle to lose weight and keep it off. I need to lose 8 lbs to reach 40 lbs. In the past few months, I have gained and lost the same lbs!!! I have got to get over this hump. I worked out everyday this week except today. Hopefully, I will have a lose this week. I have to keep going because I don't want to gain the weight that I have kept off.
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  • SUZYMARC
    Just keep moving forward and staying consistent with your exercise efforts. Remember to track everything. If you are seriously increasing your exercise make sure you aren't eating too little.

    I fully understand since I so want to get out of this 140s and into the 130s. I have 3 pounds to lose to qualify in the 130s and I so WANT IT!

    Maybe you need to mix up your exercise routine and try some different food choices? Have you started doing any strength training? Maybe you should give it a go by just starting with the SP generated beginner's strength workouts for different areas of your body. It might be the little extra jump you need. emoticon emoticon
    2889 days ago
  • no profile photo SWIMLOVER
    I agree--just keep going. The weight will come off. You are working at being healthy and it will show.
    GOD BLESS!
    Louise
    2890 days ago
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  • GRYFFINSONG
    Best of luck to you!!! Isn't it frustrating when you get stuck? I can sometimes break through it by doing something really different for a day or two. If I've been eating too much, practically fast for the day. If I've been eating really, really low fat, eat guacamole for a few days. I don't know what'll work for you, but I hope you break through it. Maybe your gazelle can help!!! :)

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    2890 days ago
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