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Old 02-23-2010, 02:25 PM   #8 (permalink)
cjohnson728
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Hey Quinn, I can relate. I have this fear that when (and if) I get to goal, I will be afraid to add the calories back in to maintain. Although now that has shifted to the fear that I will never be able to go back up on calories.

I am still stuck.

Weight is 119.4 (started at 129.8 on Jan. 5). No changes for 2 weeks
My goal is 115.

According to my handy-dandy Tanita body fat scale, though, my body fat percentage has gone from 28% to 24%.

I didn't take measurements when I started (or I did, and didn't enter them?).
But I can start tracking now:
Chest: 33"
Waist: 26"
Hips: 37.5" (I know this was 38 a week or two ago when I measured for jeans).
Yes, I'm a classic pear.

Trying to focus on the positive. I am really proud of my results from my physical last week...cholesterol 115, triglycerides 43.

Exercise...going great...6 days a week and right on plan.
Eating...going well...no big splurges, only small ones I planned for.

Not letting work stress get to me and sleeping 7 hours a night are goals for the week (and beyond).

Carry on!
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