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Maintaining My Plateau

Sunday, June 30, 2013

Well, it really looks like I'm not going anywhere. I've spent the last three months just kinda stalled in my weight loss. I don't really consider it a plateau... A plateau would imply that I'm working as hard and not seeing results. My reality is that I have not been diligent about my eating habits.

What is the mental disconnect that prevents me from getting back in the groove. I go through bouts of low motivation, but that's not the problem right now. I have actually been extra motivated with my running and daily activity lately. I know I need to be tracking and most mornings I do enter my breakfast, but I get busy at work and don't ever even get back to my Sparkpeople!

Looking ahead to July I'm putting my foot down! I'm going to get back to more regular meal planning and tracking. I'm going to start with a small goal of two days a week, and try to build on that. I'm going to be streaking around here this month, so e'rbody better watch out!
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  • DOCKO56
    That is what that new spark book is about. Most of us use exercise as an excuse to eat more. I know I do! I have to use the nutrition tracker diligently to lose any weight! I have to get back to the basics! You can do it! Post it for everyone to see! Even the bloopers!!! emoticon
    1784 days ago
    KC, I'm in the exact same place. Lets kick it up a notch and joyfully recommit in July!

    We can do this!

    1787 days ago
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  • BRADMILL2922
    Good for you! Put your foot down and start that tracking! I bet you will see some results after that, especially if you keep up with your workout routines! You can do it!
    1788 days ago
    keep it up
    1788 days ago
    i lost 44 pounds by giving up sugar and grain products at age 61.

    my sister lost 105 pounds at age 61 by walking 15000 steps a day
    1788 days ago
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