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Very bad weigh in

Monday, September 20, 2010

I thought I was going to pass out when my week went so well and I stepped on the scale to see I gained 6 pounds. And it wasn't a mistake. I check 3 times then went on my other scale to confirm...and it sucks!!! But the good news is I didn't let it break me. Im not going to quit. I started today as I would have yesterday when I didn't know I had gained...I did my exercise and ate healthy. I am bummed and I feel like I let my team down...but I will do my best to lose a few pounds this week. Im not sure what went wrong...it is my TOM....but I don't think thats why. I usually don't retain during that BUT it makes me feel a little better to think that could be why, lol

Ok everyone I hope you had better week then me. GL on the new week everyone.
Go triple threats....we can do this!!!!
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  • BETTERJULIA
    Dont let it get you down - if you're not properly hydrated during TOM it hits you harder - keep up your amazing work girl I know you can do it!
    3928 days ago
  • COTSANDRE
    :) I'm glad your still with us even with a bad "number" I get so discouraged with numbers, but then I think about the numbers I was originally and I'm so proud of myself. I can easily hold onto 5 lbs during that time.

    And I also agree with Aimie32 - its very possible for you to have gained muscle. If your working out at all steadily you should expect that.

    Anyways - I'm proud of you no matter what - keep up the good work! :D
    3929 days ago
  • AIMIE32
    it is your TOM, that will affect it... especially if you're not drinking enough. You could have gained muscle too. but good for you for not giving in work that out. i always have a hard time during my TOM cuz i am laaaaazyyyyy for 2 or 3 days. keep up the good work
    3929 days ago
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