Oh yeah, I get a major endorphin rush every time I work out.
Tea, think of it as a preview to the Wonderful World of Maintenance. Where you work out just as hard as when you were losing and count and log all your calories -- and the scale doesn't move.
BUT -- think about what a huge victory it is when the scale doesn't move!! You've lost an enormous amount of weight -- a whole person -- and the scale isn't moving! Do you realize what a fantastic success that is, all by itself?
You've been around here long enough to know that most losers regain part or all of their lost weight. You're NOT regaining weight and that alone, my dear, is a reason to celebrate. Every day that the scale stays the same is reason to pat yourself on the back and congratulate yourself on a job well done.
Weight loss is inevitably going to be slow for you from here on out. Now is the time to transition to maintenance and your focus should change from numbers on the scale to something more motivating, like fitness. You've discovered the joys of having a body that works -- use it, have fun with it, push the limits, discover what you can do! Always keep an eye on the scale, of course, but as a reality check, not as a goal. Instead, think measurements, body composition, clothes sizes, and fitness.
Come on and join us in the Maintainers forum! Like I said, this is the time to transition into maintenance mode and we'd love to have you join us.