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Has it really been that long?

Monday, November 30, 2015

Holy Cow! I pulled up my blog and my last post was in 2013? Good grief. No wonder I've plateaued. I started using SparkCoach today in the hopes of getting through this plateau. I keep losing and gaining the same 3 pounds over and over and over. I've told myself that it's because i've reached my body's set point. While that may be true, honestly? I think I've just been using that as an excuse. It's time for me to get on the ball again. I'm so close to my goal...Originally I was aiming for 175 but I changed it to 160. I may change it again once I get to 160. I'm going by how I feel and how I look at 160. My bottom tummy (my kangaroo pouch) is almost gone and I can wear a size 10 pants (at least some of them. Not all emoticon ) But my upper tummy just will not budge. It's very frustrating... I truly think that's because of how my family is built. We're all broad shouldered with tummies in front. Ugh. I just don't know Anybody got any good ideas of what to eat or do to help with that? i'm all ears emoticon
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  • WOUBBIE
    Consider yourself a success! The hallmark of successful weight loss is not the loss itself, but the ability to maintain it.

    The next step is to figure out what new thing you can cut back on permanently to get tot the next level. Then maintain there for a while too. The key is "permanent".

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    1716 days ago
  • STACYKPHOTOS
    At least it is only 3 lbs! Mine is 10! As for the genetics, it might be a good time to hire a personal trainer. They might be able to push you a little harder and get you better results?
    1717 days ago
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