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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

I just keep gaining weight...my body seems to want to weigh in the high 120s. I'm scared it wants to weigh even more. Every time i step on the scale it says more. If I believed it this morning I would have gained 2 pounds since yesterday. In fact I am not sure I believe it as I weighed in at 4:00 am. I'm going to wait until I get home from LA on Thursday to do a weigh in I believe. As I've said before what frusterates me is that I'm not eating THAT much and I'm working out a lot. I have a flight that leaves at 6:45 this morning and I was on the elliptical at 6 am. I worked out twice yesterday, for a total of 70 minutes. I eat more than I used to and I'm not perfect at all, but here are a list of foods I don't eat: much pasta at all, and never white pasta, soda, coffee, red meat, pizza, much full fat cheese, etc.

The new plan - no dried fruit (doing great), no more blow pops, sashimi not sushi.
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  • NKCALIFORNIA
    Perhaps you're not eating enough or overtraining? It's possible that if you work out too much or not eat enough, or a combination of the two, your metabolism adjusts to store food. Your body goes into starvation mode and just stores everything. Try working out once per day and have 1-2 rest days where you don't work out at all, and eating a little more and see if it does the trick. Good luck and don't stress! You don't suck.
    4882 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/12/2008 1:53:18 PM
  • MDTWEETY
    You DO NOT suck!! You are awesome, and don't you forget it! :)
    Scales are wacky and not all that accurate day to day. Don't be so hard on yourself. But I know the feeling of being frustrated. I am frustrated this week too, especially after veering a bit off track last week. But we just have to dust ourselves off and keep going!
    4883 days ago
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