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  1. The weight and inches finally started coming off about week seven into the program. My husband kept telling me to stick with it, and eventually my body would get over the shock and get with the program, and he was right. I did notice that the more active I became, the better I felt (both physically and mentally), and was able to abstain from snacking and unhealthy treats, which I didn't indulge in all that often anyway, but I'm sure every little bit helps.
  2. Thank you, TrishE, that is helpful. My oldest daughter is a tea connoisseur, I checked my cabinets, I have SIX different types of green tea. And I was speaking with a friend who is a physical therapist, and she says for fat loss, nothing beats weight training. So here I go.
  3. I didn't mean to give the impression that I'm beating myself up. That is not the case. I'm doing what I can. I'd just like to get an idea of what is going on here. I've been tested for hypothyroidism three times in the past six years, and my blood tests come back normal everytime, so I guess it cannot be that. And yes, I do measure, and no inches lost either.
  4. I just finished W6D1, but I've actually been running now for eight weeks since I repeated W5D1 and W5D2 a few times each. I've drastically reduced my alcohol consumption, don't eat fast food, and don't eat junk food. I cook fresh meats and vegetables from scratch, no "add water, stir and heat" kinds of food in our home (I'm a caterer/baker.). And yet, not a single pound lost. I can tell I'm getting stronger, and I'm covering more distance with each run. But how is this ever going to get better with my extra fifty pounds to lug around around? Anyone have any ideas? I'm frustrated
  5. I did W5D1 for four days, just finished W5D2 for the third time. I'll get there eventually.
  6. OMGosh, I just finished W5D1, and was amazed at how much easier it seemed than any of the days in W4. Then I saw your post, and went and looked at the scheduled. So much for easy.
  7. OMGosh, I just finished W5D1, and was amazed at how much easier it seemed than any of the days in W4. Then I saw your post, and went and looked at the scheduled. So much for easy.
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