Listen here, I really had to sit down and reevaluate everything. When I say everything, I mean everything. Eating habits, sleeping patterns, workout routines, progress, or maybe lack thereof, Time of Month, (sorry men and potential females who necessarily could have gone without that piece of information) nutrition and water intake. I looked at everything and a lot of it made sense of why I am maintaining weight. Don’t get me wrong I love seeing my muscles coming in and the changes in my body, but I still would like to drop these numbers.
I changed my nutrition and added something about two weeks ago and that’s why I was always tired and gain these few pounds, since then I completely nixed it out and I'm trying to find another way to use it (product coming in later post.)
Everyone mentions that you need to drink half of your body weight in water, to me this seems like a lot, but I am trying to increase my intake by 8 -12 cups a day. But I think I’m holding on to a lot of water because of TOM (again sorry) but we’ll see after this passes.
I’m trying to get 6 – 8 hours of sleep at decent hours not 1AM in the morning, that doesn’t help. And I’ve been lifting a lot of weights lately and have become really proud of myself, because I thought I was a “machine” person, but I was lifting weights last night with my friend and I felt AMAZING, so this might be a new thing. And I need to increase workouts once again, my body might bet getting used to what I do.
Is it safe to say I’m not going to make this goal of 175lbs? I think it’s safe to say. Let’s hope things change.