Im coming back!

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  1. shellreed2011

    shellreed2011 Silver Member

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    I guys I'm coming back to total solution just waiting for my pack to arrive! I'm so sick of not losing! I bust my butt up the gym and eating healthy but not losing weight!(even though I'm down to a size 14!) so I'm coming back to the wonder diet to lose my last two stone!
     
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    That's meant to say hi guys lol
     
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    Hie Shell and welcome back! Am sure you'll be your desired size in no time. X

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    Let's hope diva!
     
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    Welcome back and good luck on the last bit of your weight loss, you have done really well already. So did you do Exante to start with and then weightwatchers?
     
  7. shellreed2011

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    No I did weight watchers first them exante and lost 2 stone in 6 weeks on it but I joined the gym and had to come off because I was fainting!
     
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    Well done on your weight loss so far - and welcome back! You'll get there in no time I'm sure!
     
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    welcome back :) x
     
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    Hi Shell,

    I know where you're coming from with the gym. I lost 3 stone about 2 years ago and was going to the gym 3 times a week.

    For 6 months I STS (16st 6lb), I didn't take my measurements at the time and just relied on the scales. By the end of the 6 months I was going out of my mind, even though my body had changed shape.

    So I started discussing weight training techniques with one of the gym instructors, as I'd trained as a personal trainer and fitness instructor 15 years prior (yes I was that into fitness). We got talking and I tried the 'Pyramid' training method on the chest press. This completely fatigues the muscles used and for 4 days after that I couldn't move my arms above chest height.

    Needless to say, I couldn't face going back to the gym after that and I slowly slipped back into my old ways and put weight on (back to over 18 stone).

    I now getting back into the swing of things, and will not be over doing it :D

    I suppose what I'm trying to say, is that although you may not be losing weight, you will have been adding a significant amount of muscle and toning muscle. You must have changed shape?

    Guys I know it is difficult, but try not to solely rely on the scales. Try and use measurements, photo's and if possible your fat percentages/measurements.

    The scales do not give you a true 'visual' picture of your weight loss :)

    That said, welcome back shell and good luck!! :D
     
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