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Weight loss plateau! Help!!!!!

From: Angiehall
Posted: Oct-27 08:43 AM via the Mobile app (1 of 6)

I have lost 50 lbs in 7 months. I still need to lose another 40 lbs. The problem is the scale is no longer moving! I've only lost 4 lbs in the last two months. I am still losing inches because I have went down a size in clothing in the last two months! I eat clean and exercise 6 days a week. What can I do to get the scales moving again? Thanks! Angie
I have lost 50 lbs in 7 months. I still need to lose another 40 lbs. The problem is the scale is no longer moving! I've only lost 4 lbs in the last two months. I am still losing inches because I have went down a size in clothing in the last two months! I eat clean and exercise 6 days a week. What can I do to get the scales moving again? Thanks! Angie

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From: ScarletBothrium
To: Angiehall
Posted: Oct-27 12:11 PM via the Mobile app (2 of 6)

Sounds like you need to change up your routine. Some interval training or trying a completely different cardio exercise can do the trick. Like if you run now, get on the bike. If you're already interval training, try turning up the intensity. A plateau is the way our body says "I've got this!" Change it up and you should see the weight drop. At least until the last 20 lbs. I've heard those are the hardest to get off. Good luck.
Sounds like you need to change up your routine. Some interval training or trying a completely different cardio exercise can do the trick. Like if you run now, get on the bike. If you're already interval training, try turning up the intensity. A plateau is the way our body says "I've got this!" Change it up and you should see the weight drop. At least until the last 20 lbs. I've heard those are the hardest to get off. Good luck.

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From: Angiehall
To: ScarletBothrium
Posted: Oct-27 09:13 PM via the Mobile app (3 of 6)

My workouts do change every 2 weeks......just completed body revolution.....
My workouts do change every 2 weeks......just completed body revolution.....

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From: coxhealthfit
To: Angiehall
Posted: Oct-28 09:58 AM (4 of 6)

What is your calorie intake and your typical burns a day. The the deficit is to much for to long the body will not let weight off thinking its starving. so if you have amped up your intensity  and still not losing weight you may not be eating enough.  Jillian recommends that if you have done everything you can exercise and you are logging your food and still arent losing weight try increasing your calories by 10%.  here is a link to an article on everyday health from Jillian http://www.everydayhealth.com/fitness-specialist/dealing-with-weight-loss-plateaus.aspx
What is your calorie intake and your typical burns a day. The the deficit is to much for to long the body will not let weight off thinking its starving. so if you have amped up your intensity  and still not losing weight you may not be eating enough.  Jillian recommends that if you have done everything you can exercise and you are logging your food and still arent losing weight try increasing your calories by 10%.  here is a link to an article on everyday health from Jillian http://www.everydayhealth.com/fitness-specialist/dealing-with-weight-loss-plateaus.aspx

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From: coxhealthfit
To: Angiehall
Posted: Oct-28 09:59 AM (5 of 6)

What is your calorie intake and your typical burns a day. The the deficit is to much for to long the body will not let weight off thinking its starving. so if you have amped up your intensity  and still not losing weight you may not be eating enough.  Jillian recommends that if you have done everything you can exercise and you are logging your food and still arent losing weight try increasing your calories by 10%.  here is a link to an article on everyday health from Jillian http://www.everydayhealth.com/fitness-specialist/dealing-with-weight-loss-plateaus.aspx
What is your calorie intake and your typical burns a day. The the deficit is to much for to long the body will not let weight off thinking its starving. so if you have amped up your intensity  and still not losing weight you may not be eating enough.  Jillian recommends that if you have done everything you can exercise and you are logging your food and still arent losing weight try increasing your calories by 10%.  here is a link to an article on everyday health from Jillian http://www.everydayhealth.com/fitness-specialist/dealing-with-weight-loss-plateaus.aspx

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From: Angiehall
To: coxhealthfit
Posted: Oct-28 10:09 AM via the Mobile app (6 of 6)

I eat between 1300-1600 calories a day. I wear a heart rate monitor while exercising, and I burn 450-600 calories a day. I was doing body revolution every day and then I'd do another 40 min - 60 min of cardio.
I eat between 1300-1600 calories a day. I wear a heart rate monitor while exercising, and I burn 450-600 calories a day. I was doing body revolution every day and then I'd do another 40 min - 60 min of cardio.

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