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Weight Loss Plateau

Monday, May 13, 2013

I'm giving Spark Coach a try and I selected the plateau plan, since my weight has been stuck in a rut for many weeks now. One of the things, that Spark Coach wants me to do is blog about the plateau, so I guess I'll give it a shot. Be warned! I'm not a writer!

To start off with, I'm a slow looser, part of that seems to go with having a low thyroid condition for which I take Synthroid. It seems so much easier to gain weight than to loose it when taking this (at least for me).

Having said that, I've got to keep trying or else I'll end up obese - which I don't want!

Last week was one of those frustrating weeks, of no weight loss again even though I packed my lunch every day with fresh veggies, fruit and low calorie yogurt, and cooked supper at home. I worked out every day too.

So I end up blowing it on Mother's day (shakes head), I'm not going to look at the scale until next week.

Anyway, I'm hoping the Spark coach Plateau plan will change things up and get my weight moving in a downward direction again.

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    I didn't blog before SparkPeople, either...and now, when I do (rarely) it's not good...only SparkCoach orders! But, the important thing is we ARE following orders! I didn't think that the SparkCoach thing would help, but when my trial ran out, I was sad, so I went ahead and spent the money (less than a meal out)! That being said, I am NOT one of those fitness fanatics and I have a long way to go, and I may lose my motivation (again, for the umpteenth time), but I am here now! Thanks for the pedometer! Good luck!
    1791 days ago
  • CARA_FIT37
    Don't be too hard on yourself! Maybe your body needed a break! One meal will not be the end of you :) You can do this! Sometimes our bodies just stubborn. I know my is for sure!
    1808 days ago
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