So i am 29 years old 6'3 now way about 290lbs. i started working out and eating better about 3 months ago when i was 315lbs. but for the last three weeks i havent lost any weight at all. wondering what im doing wrong. i work out 5 days a week now. eliptical some days with row and running. then weight training. i think i mix it up enough each day and am able to see increase in my endurance and stamina. used to eat just once a day before i started correcting my habits. now its 3 to 4 times a day. about 1400 calories. get some fruits in and usually a salad everyday. no alcohol, cut out soda and candy. am i not eating enough? do i need to push myself further in the gym? i feel like from eating once a day and not working out to now working out 5 days a week and eating healthier, more meals and spreading it out, i should be seeing more results.View Thread
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