With the completion of Friday's run, I officially had my best workout week ever. I completed 5 cardio workouts, 4 ab workouts, and 2 strength workouts. I really feel great!
My eating for the week was fairly okay so the fact that the scale didn't move is a huge disappointment. It's like no matter what I do I am still stuck in the GD 160s! I'm getting so frustrated!
I know I just need to keep on keepin' on, but it's hard to stay motivated when I do not see results. And please don't comment and say, "Muscle weighs more than fat." That's the biggest excuse in the book. Clearly, I'm eating too many calories even though I'm burning a lot of them too.
I counted Points all week, too. I tried something different by not logging my exercise on the WW app so that alleviated the temptation of blowing through the activity points. I know I don't lose when I use all daily, weekly, and activity points, but it seems I don't lose anyway. I'm sorry if this seems like a big whine fest, but it's frustrating.
I have officially switched my goal from 100 pounds to 90. Mainly it's the skin. My stomach and arms both have loose skin that I know will not go away without surgery. (I'm not opposed to surgery, but I also don't have the money for it so getting it is unlikely.) With the added weight of the skin and just what I know about my body, getting into the 140s will be hard enough. I want a goal weight that I'll be able to maintain for the long haul and not just a weight to hit and then start floating back up. So 146.8 is my official goal weight right now, but I'll take 159 for the moment. It's 6 pounds away.
Anyway, that's me. I wanted to document my workouts on the blog last week for accountability and motivation. Hopefully, I'll maintain my stamina with regards to that. And hopefully if I just keep doing what I am doing, my weight will go down.