This seems like a small decrease for 14 pounds. Is this typical?
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I’ve not been to the gym in almost 2 months. I know much of the progress I made on muscle building and endurance over the summer is gone. I wasted $125 in membership fees. Why am I so lazy?
I seem to have reined in my semi-binge eating. I have not gotten on the scale, though. I hope to make it to the gym every other day this week after a 2 week layoff.
I went to Dairy Queen today to treat myself for getting several tasks I’d been putting off done. It was 90 degrees and once a summer I go to DQ out of nostalgia for my small-town childhood in which DQ was the only fast food option in town. And I did walk there…so I got off the couch, too. I got only a small sundae, all in all it could have been a much worse treat.
well, after the completion of the ” go to the gym 30 x in 30 days” goal, I celebrated my birthday and that set of a week of overeating and complete lack of exercise. I haven’t gotten on the scale, but there is no way the combination of these 2 things would not have a bad effect.
I’ve lost over 10 pounds and have been doing strength training so I don’t lose muscle. Why is my body fat percentage exactly the same after 2 months of watching what I eat and exercising regularly?
is there some sort of formula or guideline that would help me determine how fast I can expect this to change- how many pounds on average would equal a 1 percentage point decrease in bodyfat?
I’m not sure how much of a decrease = goal accomplished