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Plateau

Thursday, March 15, 2007

I think I have officially hit a plateau. I have been gaining and losing the same 4 pounds since November! I know the holidays had something to do with it, but even since January I haven't been able to have the same success I was having when I first started.

Maybe when the weather improves I will be able to get more walking outside - for now, though the weather forecast is SNOW - 6 or more inches by mid-Saturday. Yuk.
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  • NICKICOLE
    I just noticed your comment on my page regarding the frustration of a plateau. I too am having this wobbling sense of this (4) lb. fluctuation. It is SOOOO difficult to stay focused!

    I went to the Dr. todayto talk more about this issue. Not much to offer there but to stay the course. However, he did mention switching up my foods ALOT. This means eating foods you don't normally eat and smixing up your intakes. Things like 1100 calories one day, then 1300, low fat one day then a higher the following. Thia can help "jog" the system.

    So, here I go trying to battle this darned (4) lbs. again.

    In a nutshell, I AM WITH YA ALL THE WAY ON THIS ONE SISTA!
    Let's get it done already! LOL
    4730 days ago
  • SHANFANNIN
    Howdy! I TOTALLY know how you feel! I have been at the same weight for a year now. I am a long-distance runner and the weight just wouldn't budge. I have starting "thinking" more positively and trying to encourage myself instead of tearing myself down. I KNOW you can do this. Maybe your body is adjusting to your weight loss? Keep drinking your water, tracking your food, and get out for a walk several times a week. YOU CAN DO THIS!!! I know you can :)

    Shan
    1 Day Challenge Team Leader (http://tinyurl.com/esgn8)
    4731 days ago
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