About my weight loss, that is. I just realized that I have been working out at LEAST 3 times a week (most often more) since school started, and I haven't lost a single pound.
What does one learn from such devastating news?
1) It's not all about working out. Regardless of what Denise Austin and the trainers at My Workout tell me, it's NOT about that. I do think that I've gotten sick less often, I am gainig muscle I didn't have before... but losing weight is not about working out.
2) There are hidden calories. Calorie counting has given me a little swift kick in the butt... I eat too much fat, I don't eat a lot of calories in general, but I do eat too much fat.
3) A freakin' lot of it is genetics. You'd think after 9 months of working out a person could at least get out of the obsese weight range, but I'm not -- I'm not even close. I still have another 50 pounds before I let that door shut.
Soo..... I'm gonna keep on calorie counting, and shockingly, I will keep working out. I do think it has benefits even if it's not a slim, trim figure. BTW, as of last month (I haven't measured yet this month) there have been no inches lost. Nada. Again, I journey on.