If you stagnate you need to kick things up a notch. Run, do interval training, introduce some weights.
OP: if what you are doing isn't working can you get a personal trainer to do up a training plan for you to make sure you are doing the right exercise?
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06-05-2014 14:10 #21-
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06-05-2014 14:15 #22
I'm struggling right now aswell. I'm finding that I do much better if I have ready cut up fruit and veg to have as snacks so I leave the chips etc alone! Also every time I get hungry I drink a bottle of water first - makes sure it wasn't just thirst and also keeps my water intake up!
I do pole dancing and aerial fitness for 2 hrs each week. It's great because I'm having fun so I don't realise I'm exercising. I always find the gym just depresses me lol. Have a think about something you enjoy doing like dancing, boxercise etc and find some classes that incorporate that so it doesn't feel like a chore and you actually look forward to doing it!
06-05-2014 14:43 #23-
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I went from doing no exercise to running 5km 4-5 times a week. Within 8 weeks I'd lost 10kg. However within 8 weeks my metabolism adapted to that exercise and despite continuing to follow that exact same exercise plan for the last 4 months, i haven't lost anymore. It's very well documented that there's a weightless plateau.
06-05-2014 20:43 #24
You don't mention if you're still breastfeeding but like PP mentioned it can cause some people to hold onto weight. I've just weaned and, after struggling to lose a gram for 10 months, 3kgs have just fallen off in less than a month without trying. I'm sure some of that's been my boobs but most looks like it's come off my stomach. I didn't start to lose weight until I weaned my first either.
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