AMANDASL25

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Tuesday, March 02, 2010

I have been eating right, exersing taking my fish oil, flax seed, vitm -C,L- caritain and Im drinking over 8 glasses of water a day, and nothing is happening, I will go down 1 lb and then go up. I am no getting any thing acompleshed. Im not loosing any weight, I am even doing the P90x every day and some days doing xtra 20-30 min on tread mill, I have raised my calories only by a few, please take a look at my fitness and food and give me some tips. I just want to not eat any more and see where that takes me. plz help.... emoticon
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  • AMANDASL25
    thanks to the both of you, I will do what you have suggested. thanks alot
    3684 days ago
  • SALINAMATHER
    Base it more on your measurements than your weight.
    I've been working out and cleaned up my diet for several months now and the scale only says 2 lbs less than when I started but my measurements show that I've lost inches from my hip and waist and I can tell by the difference in how my clothes fit.
    I feel stronger and can see more muscle definition throughout my body.
    So set that scale aside and forget about it.
    Another thing that really helps is taking progress photos, then look at them side by side and you will be amazed to see the differences!
    3686 days ago
  • MELROSE52
    Amanda,

    At the beginning of my journey I did not lose nearly as fast as I thought I should be. I did the same thing eating right and doing at least 30 minutes of walking. I became very discouraged for the first month and then I realized that I was building muscle and muscle weighs more than fat. The scale wasn't moving but my body was shrinking. After that the scale began to move. Not as fast as I would have liked but it does move. So hang in there, if you are eating right and moving...it will happen!

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    3686 days ago
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