I Know I Shouldn't...

Saturday, February 05, 2011

But I'm starting to obsess about my weight. I just want to be in the gym for 24 hours until I'm thinner. emoticon
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    Sounds like we have all been there. I sometimes wish I could work out all day long but that would just kill me. Just keep on doing what you are doing. It sounds like you are on the right path. :0)
    2967 days ago
    I know exactly how you feel...I've weighted myself close to 10 times daily, had an eating disorder, worked out for 3 hours at a time; I've done it all. The only thing I can tell you, is that going into overkill will only hurt you in the end. You look absolutely fantastic and have I checked out your ticker before I left a comment; and you have done such a great job (I'm a little jealous! lol). Whatever you're doing is working, so keep it up, at a normal, healthy pace and it all pays off in the end.

    2967 days ago
    know the feeling! keep the motivation and add sensibility!
    listen to your body ;p
    2968 days ago
  • no profile photo DONELACEY
    I understand the feeling, but remember to keep doing this the healthy way! Over exercising isn't the way about it and make sure you don't under-eat! You can't maintain your weight loss if you obtained it in an unhealthy way and you could do more harm than good.

    2968 days ago
    Yeah, I eat 6 times a day capping it at 1,350 calories and drink 9 cups of water but I just feel frustrated. It's just a lot of things all at once working up to this feeling...
    2968 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/5/2011 12:27:34 AM
  • WOMYN42
    I know how you feel. Try to figure out a way to eat 5 or 6 small meals per day, 200 to 250 calories each...lots of protein, low fat, low carbs (and when you do eat carbs, make sure they're complex). Drink lots of water (I hate water so I drink crystal light). Go to the gym everyday if you want, but hold your workouts to no more than 2 1/2 to 3 hours. You'll see great results! Even if you don't see pounds coming off, you WILL see inches disappearing!
    2968 days ago
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