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Running Into The Future

01 Oct

Weight loss and fitness is an ongoing journey and learning experience. I’ve been working on losing weight for about 10 months now and in the past 2 weeks since I blogged last I have realized two things about changing my lifestyle that were both pretty shocking and felt pretty good. I feel like I’m still in the learning stages of what works for me in order to make this a lifelong change instead of a one year change or something along those lines. I am constantly trying to learn what is best for me and my body and what not. I am now in the stages of my progress where my focus is not losing weight but is more being healthy, fit, and doing what is best for my body and future. Like I said earlier, this is still a learning process.

The first thing that I have learned that has really shocked me was how much my metabolism has skyrocketed. I honestly think that I eat more now than before my weight loss, granted it is more healthy foods and a much more balanced diet, but I feel like I am always eating snacks in between my meals, but yet I am still losing weight. This is what I’m talking about when I say that this is still a learning process to me. I need to find out what works for me to stay at a consistent weight, since I have dropped below my ideal weight. But at the same time, having worked so hard to lose weight it feels pretty good to know that my metabolism has increased so much. I attribute the increase to a couple of things. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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A Tale of a Lost Scale

23 Sep

When I said goodbye to my childhood home the day I left for college, I also said goodbye to the vicious pound reader tucked away in our bathroom. Every morning I would routinely wake up (obviously), head to the bathroom, release what I could in the porcelain weight loss express and force myself to face the numbers that would make or break my morning. Cheers to the Tuesdays that would knock off three pounds after recovering from the weekend, and tears to those dreadful Sunday mornings, well, afternoons that would reveal a whole week’s worth of efforts in the form of addition. (Addition of pound, that is) Even the days when I plateau’d were negative because I felt lost in a standstill. It got to the point where it didn’t matter how I felt physically, despite constantly reminding myself that muscle weighs Read the rest of this entry »