Know exactly how you feel! Also 5'4' current weight 139 but can flux in a day between 137 and 145. I try to eat right as often as possible and work out when I can. Would love to get to 130 but it seems impossible. I don't drink beer but I do have wine or cocktails often.View Thread
I know what you mean about not being able to lose the first 5. I am struggling with that too. I decided today to do the whole measurement thing because the scale is not budging but I do think i am seeing a difference in the tone of my body. We can hope right. Funny story about doing that is we have a 14 week old puppy who was trying to eat the measuring tape so i climbed up on the side of the tub and hes howling and barking trying to reach me and the tape and in comes my husband to see what all the commotion is and there i am in all my glory tape measure around my thigh. If that scene isnt a motivator for me i dont know what is. LOLView Thread
Hey everyone I am new to this but am hoping this web site and forum will help me stay on track. Looking to loose about 20 pounds its amazing how easy it is to put on and impossible to take off. I have started doing about 30 min a day with cardio and strength. I feel to fat and tired to do more right now lol. really working with calorie intake though. Good luck to all. Anyone with advise or suggestions on staying motivated would be greatly appreciated. I do like the idea of taking pictures every 5 or 10 poundsView Thread
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