after one year i came back to zero point

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    Dec 20, 2009 7:29 PM GMT
    it might be old story to you , but for me its strange and upsetting icon_mad.gif, in 2006 i was 90Kg and in one year i lost 20Kg and became 69Kg , i was happy with my weight icon_biggrin.gif. but in 2009 i returned to 87Kg icon_eek.gif even i am jogging and on diet icon_neutral.gif. and the last 3 months i changed my diet. the thing is i am not losing any thing. and when i weight in the morning some times its 86kg and some times its 85kg icon_confused.gif. what is happening to me and what to do ? icon_cry.gif
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    Dec 20, 2009 10:50 PM GMT
    frappucino,

    simple weight measurements like how many kilos you weighed don't give us very much information to work with. Fat, water, muscle, bone... they all have weight. It could be that you lost a lot of fat and put on a lot of muscle... or muscle and fat. 20 kg sounds like a lot, but it was actually in 2 years - from 2007 to 2009. Check out the different fitness forums for tips one how to "diet"... what to eat, when to eat and how best to jog or run for fat burning.
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    Dec 28, 2009 1:34 PM GMT
    You will find with any diet, that you will eventually fall back into your old ways. Its simply because when people diet they tend to deprive the body of things it needs, or things you want. You get into the mind set that you are eating vile foods for your own good. When you look at the food your are eating in a negative way, its only a matter of time before you end up back to square one.

    You need to have a lifestyle change. Where you buy and make your own food because you like it and because you want it. Not for the sole purpose of loseing weight. That will be a side effect. Obv combined with exercise.

    If you are on a "diet" you are in a mindset that you cant have things. You need to realise how bad they are for you and see those foods as negative. Think about the negative impact they have on your body and the ammount of time its going to take to burn them off or use them as energy, rather than the 2 seconds of tasting good.

    Also daily weight flutuations of a few lbs is completely normal. It is suggested you only weigh yourself once a week to track weightloss. If you weigh yourself one day, and the next your are 2lbs more (which is normal) you may give up straight away or stop.

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    Dec 28, 2009 1:50 PM GMT
    frappucino saidit might be old story to you , but for me its strange and upsetting icon_mad.gif, in 2006 i was 90Kg and in one year i lost 20Kg and became 69Kg , i was happy with my weight icon_biggrin.gif. but in 2009 i returned to 87Kg icon_eek.gif even i am jogging and on diet icon_neutral.gif. and the last 3 months i changed my diet. the thing is i am not losing any thing. and when i weight in the morning some times its 86kg and some times its 85kg icon_confused.gif. what is happening to me and what to do ? icon_cry.gif


    Are you also lifting weights? If you're putting on muscle, you WILL gain weight. Which is fine, as long as it's lean tissue and not fatty tissue.

    Worry less about your weight, more about your body fat.

    - James