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Why 3 more pounds?

Saturday, August 14, 2010

I woke up this morning and weighed myself said 3 more pounds more than yesterday. UGH....SO TIRED OF THIS ROLLER COASTER of 3-4 pounds every couple of days. Maybe I'm not drinking enough water or too much salt very frustrated! I am getting enough sleep each night. I have worked out for at least 1 hour a day all this week in some form either Turbo Jam or at the Gym doing the elliptical trainer plus weights. I really hope I am gaining muscles with those few extra pounds (a girl can dream...right?). I do my measurements on Mondays so hopefully I will have lost more inches since the pounds aren't going down. I have made a doctor's appointment but can't get in until the first few days of Sept. I'm hoping the symptoms of my PCOS are not getting worse. I will not give up on getting a lean & toned body!
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  • MARY1313
    Track your food and see if you are getting too much sodium, calories, carbs. Also, have you had any blood work lately? You could have a thyroid problem.

    3927 days ago
    I understand your fustration...been there still there...The only suggestion I could offer since you are working out and staying within your calorie range...maybe only weight once a week and dont do a whole lot of weight training...yet...focus on cardio then in a few weeks add weight training.
    3927 days ago
  • RENA1965
    Hy My luckcharm, I looked at your page- please track your food.. I had to learn this- it is tough but it can help you see stuff that has to change..
    It is difficult logging stuff but when nutrition is 80% of this journey- we can't afford not to log what we eat. Find alternatives to stuff that is not so great and see change...
    Ask for help if you have problems people will give advice..
    emoticon hang in there..
    3927 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/14/2010 3:05:12 AM
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