WEIGHT Loss?

August 6, 2011 by  
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Question by kendra m: WEIGHT Loss?
Weight Loss?
I Had a child on June 28th. I am 5’2 and the day i had him i weighed 195 lbs ( i gained ALOT OF WEIGHT, i started out 130 lbs!) i now weigh 150 lbs. I go to the gym 4x per week i do 30 mins of cardio per day. I only drink water and i eat healthy. Any ideas or supplements people have tried with results. I have 20 more pouds to lose!

i forgot to put that i have a personal trainer. I dont just do cardio i have a reg. workout routine too. Hiowever Ive been stuck in a rut i havent lost any more weight in a month

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Answer by blossom_015
Muscle weighs 3x more than fat keep in mind it’s not how much you weigh it’s how you look. Good Luck!

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4 Responses to “WEIGHT Loss?”
  1. john s says:

    drink lots of water that boosts your metabolizm and have more sex where you do the work thats the most fun cardio excersize i know

  2. inquiringmind says:

    It sounds like you’re dong all the right things, but for whatever reason you’ve hit a wall. Usually when that happens they say mix up your exercise routine. Maybe it’s time to cross train, do something different. Longer, more intensity maybe? Or it’s your diet. Maybe you need to eat a better variety of food, or less carbs and more protein. It’s either of those two areas, diet or exercise. I would discuss it with my trainer and see what they think. I personally wouldn’t use a supplement, stick with what’s natural.

  3. cmrocks says:

    Well, it looks like you are doing the right things, but the best is to make it a habit. Always eat healthy foods, excercise regularly and you should get good results. If you already lost all of that weight, apparently what you’re doing is right, just stick to it, because nobody is going to give you a magic solution to lose weight.

  4. fizixx says:

    You seem to be doing good!

    The basics to losing weight is really so simple.

    Burn up more than you take in.

    So, eat healthy; like you’re doing, and drinking a lot of cold water.

    Exercise as oftn as you can. Weights are ok, but more cardio.

    Don’t eat fried foods. Don’t use butter/margerine…that kind of stuff. Stay away from dressings and the ‘fatty’ stuff.

    Your stomach will shrink and you won’t feel as hungry. You have to train it the way you do anything with your body. I think you’re doing great. Keep yopur food portions small, eat a little more frequently maybe, but keep the overall intake low.

    Good luck I think you’re well on your way, and I applaud you for your diligence!

    🙂

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