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took a gym brake and chunked up 10 Lbs,Arghhh

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Old 12-07-2014, 12:00 AM   #1
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Wink took a gym brake and chunked up 10 Lbs,Arghhh

I feel so uncomfortable in my own skin currently. I had to take a few months off from gym due to the dust there from the remodeling crew. So a week ago I weighed 10 Lbs more than I did 3 months ago. Does this sound like an ASVAP Math ? ? No , it's just an example of what happened to me. I think my metabolism slowed way down when I stopped running on the stairmaster for 1/2 hr each day. I was satisfied w/ my body during the summer. No stress and NO reason to binge. Complete silence most of the summer, in a peaceful environment except for cleaning house and shopping, taking walks and the gym. but I wasn't eating as much in the summer and now, since I have been eating again I notice all this water retention just pooled all in my abdominal area. I went back to gym today after my 30 minute walk. I saw how nice it looked and no dust. Then i worked out for 30 min s at gym and decided that this is my weight loss/control for the next few months. I will go to my gym again, but try to walk first if NOT too dark outside. I really want to drop 20 lbs ASAP. Wish me luck in having the motivation and energy to stick to my Total Control Weight loss Routine plan, from this moment on.

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Old 12-09-2014, 12:02 PM   #2
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You will probably be surprised at how quickly it will drop off again once you get back into the gym mode! Usually that water bloat is the first to go. Good Luck!
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