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WHELMROZ SparkPoints: (3,076)
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4/1/12 4:09 P

If you want to make your workouts count, do something with a little higher intensity. Also, if you want to see results and see that scale move, you may have to add a day - whether you want to hear that or not.

Food-wise it seems like you're making the necessary changes, but honestly (and we're being honest here, right?) you are going to have to try a little harder in the exercise department. Really push yourself.
Good luck to you.

NANLOVSLIFE SparkPoints: (259)
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3/9/12 3:16 P

Hi,
I'm hoping to solicit some recommendations to help me get the scale moving. I have always struggled with my weight. At my highest, I weighed 245lb. I lost 65 lbs about 4 years ago and kept most of that off for a while. Over the past year, I have put back on 18 lbs. I know that in part is due to not being as careful about eating healthy but also about less exercise.
In the past month, I have gotten back on track with both. I am watching my food intake, including healthy food choices, smaller portions, watching the junk food, lots of fruits and veggies ect. I have also been working out every other day, for at least 30 minutes. (for the last two weeks) I joined the sweet tooth challenge and have been tracking what I eat and have been well within the limits recommend in all categories. The scale wont budge. Is there something I can take out of or add to my diet that might help get the ball rolling down hill? The 3x a week exercise is huge for me, so don't recommend I add any more cause that's not going to happen. LOL THANKS!!! Nancy

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