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Friday, August 26, 2011

I am aware that exercising too much is counterproductive. I have learned from experience that exercising too little does not give you results...

I know eating too much might make you fat (especially if you exercise little) and eating too little makes you fat since you body goes into starvation mode (not my experience though, never have had this problem, lol)

So, what is a gal to do? I have to yet figure that out.

My exercise regime is in the "high demand" range right now. My calorie intake was supposed to be one to allow me to lose weight healthly, reasonably...

I know my body could go into what can be described as "shock" if I make changes kinda drastically, which I kinda did. I know I might gain a couple of pounds of water weight in the beginning of my training for my body to be able to use glycogen, blah, blah blah...

So, what the heck is going on?

Why I am staying, no, sorry, why I am gaining weight? I gained four pounds, that I thought I had gotten rid of long ago. It is kinda frustrating, but, I know, I know, my new commitment motto would help get through this.

I am not being sarcastic, I know that my brain might be playing tricks on me to give up and go and eat a bagful of chips or cookies or something.

Well, it aint gonna happen. Not this time...

I guess I have to learn to be even MORE patient with my body and allow it to go at its own pace; which, OF COURSE, is going to be much, much slower than my wishes.

But, hey, it took me at least two years to put this 20 lbs on, so it would take some time to get rid of it. Hopefully not two years, but whatever it is, it is... Time is going to go by anyways...


****I am not losing weight, I am getting rid of it, because I really, really do not want to find it again, ever... *****
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