Hello medical professionals and viewers alike my name is Cam. My problem seems to be that after months of exercising i seems that i haven't lost that much. I try to exercise four times a week and at least an hour and fifteen minutes each time. I wont lie there are weeks i have slipped up only exercising two days out of that week but still shouldn't i have more results than what i currently have. I have lost 100 pounds but i seems since then i haven't been able to lose as much as i had before. I do have a semi physical job and i thought adding exercise would help. I was hoping maybe someone could give me some advice on what i'm doing wrong or overlooking. Thanks again for taking the time to hopefully answer this pickle of a question i'm in.View Thread
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