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I'm a sad fat liar.

Monday, February 22, 2010

I started going to the gym on January 20th.
I've been there at least 3 times a week, working out for 30 minutes over my lunch.
I've been eating within my calorie goals the whole time.
I haven't lost any weight. Nothing.
I've even curtailed the drinking substantially.
Nothing.
I am SO TIRED OF BEING OVERWEIGHT!!!!
I don't look too bad, I really don't. But come on! 20 pounds and I can't even lose 1?!?!?!?!
NOT ONE FREAKIN' POUND IN A MONTH?????
That's heartbreaking! It's sickening! It's disheartening! It's certainly not motivating.
It's being kicked when you're down.
I worked out today. I even had fun. Good music, I call it elliptical dancing. People stare a lot. ha ha.
I hope I can stay motivated through this. I'm really upset that I haven't lost any weight. I'm even eating well when we go out. I get salmon, or salad with lo-fat dressing. I'm religiously logging my food, my exercise. I just want to SCREAM.
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  • ASIAMORA
    It will happen, just stick too it. Sometimes our bodies are stubborn and don't want to let go of its precious fat.
    4132 days ago
  • CRIS76
    I would definitely suggest taking your measurements. The numbers on the scale can be very deceiving and I'd hate for you to get discouraged when great things are really happening!

    DON'T GIVE UP!
    4133 days ago
  • UTFT9PB
    Don't get too discouraged. I always gain weight for the first couple months when I start a workout program. I have stopped and started so many times I just accept it now. But once you start loosing it stays more consistent. Try to see if you can see other improvements like how your clothes fit or how you feel when you run up the stairs.

    Don't give up!
    4133 days ago
  • GEORGIAK25
    Don't forget that when you are exercising you muscles get heavier. Also you may not be losing weight but inches. Measure yourself and see if there are changes there.
    Don't give up and maybe see the gym people to refine your program.
    Good luck
    4133 days ago
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