NavymomT's Journal, 08 July 2016

Ok. i am going to vent for a minute. i am not a happy camper by no means.......only lost 1lb this week. When i work out, i only lose 1 maybe 2 lbs if i am lucky. When i dont work out, i lose at least 3lbs. So i am starting to think until i get to at least 1/2 of my goal loss, not to work out but maybe one day a week. Then i wont get so depressed when i step on the scale. Just saying.

Diet Calendar Entry for 08 July 2016:
997 kcal Fat: 69.98g | Prot: 66.99g | Carb: 45.02g.   Breakfast: Daisy 4% Small Curd Cottage Cheese, Mission Mexico Hass Avocado. Lunch: Boar's Head Hickory Smoked Black Forest Turkey Breast, Mission Mexico Hass Avocado, Laura Lynn Low Moisture Part Skim String Cheese. Snacks/Other: Cauliflower. more...
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Thts why I stopped weight training hun. When I hit 280, I MAY resume weight training. But have not decided yet. 
08 Jul 16 by member: knuckles the mgtow monk
Try monitoring the calorie intake when you work out vs not working out 
08 Jul 16 by member: Maine coon
something i noticed..when i first started on i started with my eating program..the weight was fallin off..i didnt even have to do workouts...but once i started riding my bike on a regular basis...the weight did slow down...i also noticed that eating to few calories..does make a difference in how much you alot has to do with your activity level an calories in... 
08 Jul 16 by member: wannabhealthier
Great observation wanna healthier!  
08 Jul 16 by member: Maine coon
I know how frustrating it is to hit a plateau just before you get to a milestone. I was on one for a couple of weeks before I got past 200 lbs. Stick it out, you will get there. It just FEELS like forever. 
08 Jul 16 by member: gareed
Ur weight will start to slow but with plenty of exercise u will have a toned firmer body rather than loose skin u will be happier in the long run well done for excercing keep it up tho  
08 Jul 16 by member: gavinrobinson1
I'm right there with ya 
08 Jul 16 by member: 8hunter6
When you first start exercising your muscles retain water to help them heal. This shows on the scale as a temporary gain, no loss or smaller than usual loss. It will go away when your muscles get used to the new exercise. Exercise helps you lose fat faster and go in down in sizes. It helps build new muscle. The more muscle you have the more calories you burn at rest, the more weight you can lose. You may only see a one pound loss, but you will will see a lot more fat off your body quicker and your body composition will change. I lost one pound in 3 weeks, but I was able to fit in to shorts I couldn't fit in 3 weeks ago. I would not stop exercising. It will help you burn more calories, make you stronger, make your metabolism faster so you lose better (once your body gets used to exercise). Google "why the scale lies" for insight. Get a measuring tape and record your inches lost. It's a big motivator to fit in to new sizes when that scale isn't moving as quick as you want. 
09 Jul 16 by member: Suzi161


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