Summer is just around the corner, and so is bathing suit season. I know I still have a lot of work to do before I will step in a bathing suit. But here are some questions for everybody that I have. I run eery other day for about 30 minutes, drink a ton of water, and my metabolism is ridiculous, I'm hungry all the time. What are the best foods to keep me full longer? Another thing, I check my weight usually every morning, just to see how I am doing, and the stupid thing says that I am gaining weight. I was at 130, now I'm creeping up to 135 when my diet has not changed. I'm pretty consistent with my food, I only spoil myself one day a week and try to keep myself at a constant calorie intake, so why the weight gain? Any ideas? Is this muslce? Or fat?
Thanks! I've been trying to keep my appetite in check as well, by eating protein bars and whole grains as well but I'm always so hungry nowadays, I just assume it's because I'm moving my body more and eating a strict amount of at least 1,300 to 1,500 calories. I try to work out everyday for at least 30 minutes even if it is just walking and I have noticed that my clothes do fit the same so maybe it's not fat? Anyways, I'm going to try to drink the water before each meal. Thank you so much again for your advice!View Thread
I'm 18 years old, when I was like 16, I was very overweight, then I started to change my diet and started to exercise. I've lost over 90 pounds, and stayed at a consistent 125 pounds, but now it seems like I'm gaining weight. The scale says 130 but I haven't changed my diet or anything. I eat about 1,500 calories a day and I work out every single day. I started taking up a lot of cardio and pilates and I'm not quite sure if this is muscle I'm gaining or if my body is telling me that I'm not receiving enough calories. I drink plenty of water, some green tea and I sleep. I have 6 small, well balanced meals a day and I'm just curious what everybody thinks.View Thread
I am one of those people. When i was 16 years old, i weighed about 210lbs, now i weigh about 125-128lbs. I can tell you one thing, it was hard work! But what I have found that if you take it step by step then I'm sure that you will get to your goal! Don't try to do to much, you can't eat a whole elephant in one sitting it's going to take a while but if you really want results just stick with it! Keep yourself as motivated as you can, think to yourself that all this work will pay off and you will be successful!View Thread