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gain!!!! :(

#1

time2bslim

Just doing it this time
#2
It is so annoying when this happens, but it's happened - don't let it spoil this week, have another 100% week and you may catch up next weigh in - hope so.

good luck
 

pesty

Fighting the bulge
#3
Went to weigh in this morning and I've gained 0.5. The only time I wasn't 100% was having a yorkshire pud, and some stuffing at a carvery last week, but even then I went without syns the next day to make up for it. I'm so annoyed!!:mad:

Sorry to hear that hun!! Im sure its not a real weight gain from a tiny bit of stuffing and a yorkshire.

I know it can be quite demotivating when that happens, but it could b a number of other things;

* week
water retention
not going to the loo

or basically your body just didnt fancy it this week, one thing i can assure you is that if you stick to plan then the weight will come off.

xxxx
 

emily87

Onwards and downwards!
#4
Aww hun, its sooo frustrating when that happens!! Just don't let it demotivate you or throw you off plan. As pesty said, it could be for a number of reasons. But if you continue being 100% this week you may find that you have a big loss next week to make up for it, then you will feel fab :D

Good luck, and keep slimming :D
 
#5
It is annoying, but then you did lose 7lbs the week before.

There are lots of reasons why our weight fluctuates from week to week - last week I lost 1.75 lbs (I weigh in Kgs, so that's the nearest) but if weigh day had been a day or two earlier I would have been more like 3, but with weigh day came the time of the month, so I gained a bit and the loss was 1.75. I am only half way through this week, and I have already lost about 2 lbs, because the weigh in last weekend was a "false" loss and should have been more, so it will right itself this week.

By the same reasoning there might have been a reason why you weighed especially low last week, which gave you a great loss last week, but you then had an upward battle to lose this week? Am I explaining this very well??

Overall you have averaged 6.5 pounds over the past two weeks, which shows you are well on track.

I know we all want to see a drop week in and week out, but when we have fised weigh-ins sometimes it just doesn't work like that. As long as there is an overall trend in a downwards direction, you are doing fine.
 


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