Your body has specific numbers it feels 'comfortable' at and sticks too, it's part of a process called Homeostasis, which is how your body regulates temperature, pH, electrolyte balance, and other things. Those numbers are really tough to push through because your body always tries to return to that number, usually because below it would mean a big change (burning fat that might be older than other more peripheral fat, or a change in your basal temperature).
Weight loss is simple calories in vs. calories out. If you stay on plan eventually your body will have to dig into its fat stores, because not doing so will be more detrimental and require more energy expenditure than doing so. Just stay on course and try not to get too frustrated. It WILL go away.
My January Daily Weigh In!
Goal 1: 210lbs (20lbs lost)
(Sept 21st 2012)
Goal 2: 199lbs (onederland!)
Goal 3: 196lbs (no longer obese!)
Goal 4: 180lbs (weight I was when I met my fiance)
Goal 5: 164lbs (normal BMI)
Goal 6: 150lbs (final goal weight)
Last edited by Katbot24; 07-04-2012 at 12:20 PM.