My husband, who is about 6'2" and weighs 253, got on the scale at the doctor's office this week and weighed exactly the same as he did in March. We both took a trip the other weekend and I ate 2 pieces of the best pizza in Boise, and he ate the rest. He also snacks on peanut butter, and buys junky stuff he doesn't eat around me, plus he eats a lot more at meals and between meals. He hasn't been exercising because he hurt his leg in March. And he still didn't gain a single ounce!
I, on the other hand, exercise 7 days a week (aerobics 3 days, weight lifting 2 days, and walking 2 days, with stretching exercises every day). I eat 3 meals and 2 snacks, and count my points. And after our trip to Boise, I really worked hard because I wanted to at least stay the same at the scale. I gained .6 lbs!!
It's so unfair!
I'm really not that bummed about the weight because I know I was going off my eating program, but the fact that he ate way more than me and didn't exercise and stayed the same really frosts me! I must have the metabolism of a slug. . .or worse. All that yo-yo dieting is coming back to haunt me, I guess.
Ah, well, there's always next week.