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Weight Plateau

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Well yesterday I posted my first VLOG but today I just started to write a regular blog. I've been having trouble for the last few weeks staying the same weight and I eventually gained two more pounds. So now I'm currently at 205, which is still good because my starting weight was 225. I'm still trying and already know why my weight has gone up. My problem is that I don't like to be around people who eat not so healthy foods and it's my duty to stay away from that. That part is really hard but this is something that I have to learn to live with and conquer. Sooo....I have decided to just eat in a separate room from my family for a while, continuing to eat lots of fruits and veggies until I am able to eat around my family again. The rest of the family are at healthy weights, otherwise I would be preparing the same lowfat/nonfat foods for them as I would be preparing for myself. I really want to do this and I do have confidence that I will. I just need a little help along the way which Alli has been doing along with an hour of exercise on a daily basis. My goal is to be totally addicted to working out with no excuses! I'm finding myself closer to that each day. I have also decided that for now I'm going to stick with just cardio, instead of trying to lift weights and do all of that other stuff at one time. The key is baby steps and I really need to learn not to overwhelm myself, which makes it harder for me to stick to what I really need to stick to.

Thanks for reading,
Jules19751
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  • BRINA421
    You might want to switch up the type of cardio you are going or work out 2x a day two days a week. Thats how I broke my 3 week plateau. emoticon

    Congratulations on the weight you have lost thus far emoticon
    3439 days ago
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