I have questions for all of you. I am stumped.
Now that I have a trainer, I am exercising more than ever. I have done almost 2x's the amount of physical activity calories in the last couple of weeks than I did before. I have not changed my eating plan at all, still the 1200-1600 calories per day. So, one would think that I would be peeling off 2x's the amount of weight. Not really happening that way.
What does that mean? Isn't this thing supposed to be about math? Am I breaking my own a$$ for no reason? Maybe I should slow down my sweaty torment, especially if it isn't going to make much of a difference? Now, don't get me wrong, I want to do my C25K. I want to reach that goal, but I do want to see a difference in the numbers. I will weigh in and do some measurements on Monday. I hope I see some evidence. This all being said, I should say that my clothes are definitely feeling better and I do feel fitter. But how do you find the sweet spot? Where is that balance coming from?
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