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Sunday weigh in :(

Sunday, January 03, 2016

No idea why but I only lost 0.8 lbs this week. Eating a little below the calorie range and 20-30 minutes of walking everyday. I have been eating healthy but just a little less. Maybe it's the eating below the range and the cold that my body has sort of slipped into storage mode. I hope I have lost a little bit in inches. Any advice? Trying to not let this get to me but I am a little sad. Any suggestions?
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  • MITCHSTA1232
    A loss is a win! Try to make healthy choices to get to your range. Maybe a few nuts for healthy fats and cottage cheese for protein? Good luck!
    1412 days ago
  • ICANDOIT555
    Thanks you guys. I am planning my intake for the next week now. Trying to get above 1200 everyday. Hope it helps.
    1413 days ago
  • BCSANDRALEE
    You need to keep your furnace going. Eating below your range will slow things down. And remember. .8 is still down. So yay for you! That is more than 3 sticks of butter!
    1413 days ago
  • LEARN211
    It may not seem like much now, but put your loss in proper perspective. It is a loss, not a gain. At .8 pounds a week you will have lost 8 lbs. in 10 weeks, 16 lbs. in 20 weeks, 24 lbs in 30 weeks, and so on. It may not see like much, but eventually it will add up. Keep going. If you would like to see a little more than the .8, look for areas that could use some work like increasing exercise, decreasing snacks, ect.
    1413 days ago
  • ICANDOIT555
    Actually I do sprint during my walks. But I guess you are right, I should do it more often.
    1413 days ago
  • no profile photo BRIELLAMCD15
    Try a higher intensity cardio. You can switch between walking and running to get your heart rate up. The variation will help.
    1413 days ago
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