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5/7/08 8:43 P

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Taking a day or too off from strenuous exercise and upping my calories for a day or two has definitely helped me on more than one occasion.

Trying a new activity or upping the intensity of some of my work outs has also helped.

Also just being patient and understanding that all the good choices you make today will pay off in the future even if that means staying at near the same weight for a few weeks even! If you stay positive you will be more likely to stay on track and to reach your goals, even if it takes longer than you hoped it would!

Getting back on track after #1 while trying for #2!



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5/7/08 8:10 P

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What has worked for you when you've hit a plateau? I thought it would be fun to share some plateau busting tips--since we've all either hit one already, or will before too long!

I hit one two weeks ago, and started some new things today to get out more quickly.

I started calorie cycling--today I hit the bottom of my calorie range; tomorrow will hit the top edge of the range. I upped the intensity on my cardio, and did a "superset" and a "dropset" with my strength training.

What about you? What has worked for you?

Deb

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www.thehomeinyourheart.com


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