The Big Drop May Be Close
Up both the exercise and maybe the calories. Sometimes zig-zaging helps. That's where you do your normal lower calories for 3 days then go up by 200-300 or so on day 4.
Although the weights are different, I could have written this post last week (oops, I think I did!) I intensified my exercise and watched my calories more closely. I went 4 weeks without a loss and now I'm suddenly almost 3 pounds lower than I was on Monday. I was also hovering above that next decade down in numbers so I know how frustrating it is!
Hang in there because it's all you can do. Power up your workouts for a week (or, as I tell myself, everyday until *I* break *it*- the plateau). Plateaus give us the opportunity to prove to ourselves how bad we want it and just how dedicated we are to having it. Keep going!
1st goal- ONEDERLAND! Check!
2nd goal- Less than 194 (a number I've been stuck at before) CHECK!
3rd goal- Reach the 180's- haven't been there since 1999. CHECK!
4th goal- 180 which means hitting the 50 lbs. lost mark! Check!
5th goal- Switching to size goals now more than pounds goals. Goal is to make it to size 12, at whatever weight that happens. CHECK!
6th goal- Size 10! (can't even believe this is possible!)
7th goal- Size 8 and MAINTAIN!