Confusion!

Discussion in 'General Weight Loss Discussion' started by squidgster, 7 February 2009 Social URL.

  1. squidgster

    squidgster Full Member

    Start Weight:
    19st5lb
    Current Weight:
    10st13lb
    Lost(%):
    8st6lb(43.54%)
    Diet:
    Lifestyle change: eating less, exercising more!
    Hiya,

    Before Christmas I had got myself down to that point where it was becoming harder and harder to lose weight each week - but was hovering in the region of about 10st 3-4lb, and losing perhaps 1lb every couple of weeks. A few days before Christmas I had the brilliant idea of throwing myself down some stairs, doing a bit of damage to my foot in the process. Over the next four weeks I couldn't exercise at all, and relaxed a little on my diet (well, it was Christmas :)). I was very surprised when I found each week I was still around the 10st 3lb mark.

    Once my foot was up to it, I jumped back on my exercise bike (on which I do 17.5km 6-7 days a week). The week after starting with my exercising again, my weight went up to about 10st 6-7lb, and it has stayed exactly the same this week too.

    It's not bothering me as such, as I'm happy to be anywhere around or under the 10 and a half stone mark, but I'm just confused why it appears I can not exercise at all and not put anything on, but as soon as I do, my weight has gone up?

    Any ideas? :confused:

    Squidge x
     
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  3. Lostris

    Lostris Serena's title didn't fit

    Start Weight:
    111kg
    Current Weight:
    100.3kg
    Goal Weight:
    75kg
    Lost(%):
    1st9.6lb(9.64%)
    Diet:
    Weight Watchers
    Hiya,

    When you exercise you gain muscle. That could be an explanation. Also possible your fluid retention goes up too? I can assure you it's not fat though ;-)

    xxx
     
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