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Friday, May 03, 2013

I'm once again frustrated by not seeing the kind of progress I would like. Don't get me wrong, I definitely feel better on many levels and I'm proud of the progress I have made. It's just that I consistently switch up routines to keep it fresh and keep pushing myself by incorporating cardio and strength training. I know I've made some gains in my strength but I can't help but feel bummed sometimes when I don't see a change in inches or on the scale. I still see the same flabby body in the mirror. Thank goodness I've noticed my jeans getting looser otherwise I wouldn't know what to think! I'm am going to continue on, I have no plans on quitting this journey. I guess I just need a little inspiration today. Thanks for listening to my little pitty party, I feel better already! Time to plaster on a smile and hit the weights.
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  • KACAR51
    I am soooo with you ! I am in the same boat! I work so hard at eating healthy, and getting in my exercise and I am seeing no results either! I am trying so hard to not get depressed about it , but it makes no sense! I wish there was something that could "jump start ' the scale! emoticon emoticon
    1845 days ago
    Your clothes are telling you that you are getting healthy so just listen to all of them, the scale, tape measure and how your clothes fit your body. Now they may not tell you all together and at different times but they will tell you one way or another. Just keep going!!
    1845 days ago
    I know what your saying, even if you do everything right this can happen. But I am glad to hear that your not planning on giving up. And (it's not a pitty party) but it is nice to have someone to talk it out with. And that's us. We are here for you emoticon And then when emoticon goes down then we will emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1845 days ago
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