Good morning everyone!! Here I am, 109 days from my 40th birthday, trying to make lifestyle changes for my health before it gets way too difficult! Just looking for support to reach my goal weight of 120. I'm only 5'2" and my current weight is 181. I've been stuck between 180 & 182. I've been eating right and exercising on a regular basis but like I said, I'm at a plateau and am really really frustrated. Any ideas???View Thread
Thanks everyone for all of your support!! And I do cardio and some weight training as well. I haven't measured recently but I guess it could be fat changing over to muscle. I see changes in my arms and in my calves with them getting more defined even though I am in the 180s so that helps me a bit. View Thread
Thanks ladies!!! I will try that!! It does make sense. I used HCG last year and dropped the weight quickly but I'm sure all of you know how that goes. I'm just thankful I have been able to keep off 35 of the 50 pounds I lost then but this time around, I'm doing it the right, healthy way.
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