Biking Mike's Journal, 21 February 2018

I think I have plateaued on my weight loss. Keeping calories down but weight is not decreasing. Will keep on doing what I am doing though.
225.0 lb Lost so far: 14.0 lb.    Still to go: 25.0 lb.    Diet followed reasonably well.

Diet Calendar Entries for 21 February 2018:
1857 kcal Fat: 108.35g | Prot: 112.05g | Carb: 129.72g.   Breakfast: Bananas, Pears, Butterball Everyday Turkey Bacon, GNC BCAA 5000, Muscle Milk Non Dairy Chocolate Protein Shake (14 oz). Lunch: Deviled Egg, Beef Top Sirloin (Trimmed to 1/8" Fat), America's Choice Bacon Thick Sliced, Lettuce Salad with Assorted Vegetables, Horseradish Sauce. Dinner: Beef Chuck (Blade Roast, Trimmed to 1/4" Fat, Choice Grade). Snacks/Other: Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Minis, Carrots, Outshine Creamy Coconut. more...
3006 kcal Activities & Exercise: Spinning - 30 minutes, Calisthenics (light, e.g. home exercise) - 10 minutes, Weight Training (moderate) - 10 minutes, Resting - 16 hours and 10 minutes, Sleeping - 7 hours. more...
on diet Biking Mike's own diet   steady weight

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Give it 2-3 weeks, if your weight hasn’t budged in that time then lower your weekly calorie intake 
21 Feb 18 by member: DEADPOOL12345
If you are working out, you could be gaining muscle. The scale is only a small part of your overall health and wellness.  
21 Feb 18 by member: CoachKitty
Ditto above comments Mike, a consistent deficit will produce fat and weight loss results over a longer sample period. BTW, your efforts to maintain as much muscle mass as possible while you are dropping is a great foundation to long term success. Remember, plateaus can hit all of us as our body resets and/or gets more efficient (lower BMR) as we get lighter. Also, depending on our activities and social events, sometimes not gaining in a month can be a big win! Good luck!! 
21 Feb 18 by member: Steven Lloyd
During plateau's it is important to have measurements to look back at. sometimes I loose inches not ounces. 
21 Feb 18 by member: rebeccaberg
Soon your body will cease to resist! 
21 Feb 18 by member: trackin64


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