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Old 08-15-2011, 05:25 PM   #11
milmin2043
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Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Texas
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S/C/G: 240/140

Height: 5'6"

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I agree with mkroyer (based on what has worked for me, ONLY). I know nothing in terms of being a trainer/teacher/professional. I can only tell you what worked for me, and hey, it might work for you.

I also think you are overtraining. Several times throughout the year that it took me to lose my weight, I took a break from exercising. Took a week off and didn't do any "structured" exercise. No running, weightlifting, cross training, bike riding, NOTHING. I would have never believed it either, until I tried it, but every single time I took a break, I lost significant weight in that week. Like 5 lbs., compared to crawling along at .5 lbs a week prior to that. Then, in the following week, when you return to exercising, set out on a new plan. It has to be something you can execute for a lifetime, so keep that in mind. Best wishes!!
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