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Help!!! Staled in 3 months!!!! WHY??



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hello all.

I'm new to this whole posting stuff. I had surgery on September 23 2019. I weighed in at 457 the day off surgery. Its been a little over a 3 months now and I am down to 343.I know its a accomplishment but for the last 2 week I have stalled at this number. I have no idea what i'm doing wrong. I have 3 main meals daily. which total around 700-900 calories total. most of those calories are from lean white meat Protein 2 1/2-3oz. green vegetables. I take all my Vitamins like I should. I do about a 1 hour of cardio 6 days a week. 2-3 times a week i do some weight training. I'm just wondering if anyone had any suggestion or if anyone has ran into the situation. If not this is my rant for the day lol

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It is very very typical - Chill out and ride it out it will break - I fast a little and mix up my diet a little to break them

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Thank You for the Replys!!! I will trying the fasting thing. Sounds like something that will help. Other then that i don't think i have ever been happier then i am right now.

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You and me both nothing beats shagging a 100 plus pounds - You think you feel good now wait till you get to your goal - We are both going for the same Goal i hit it last week but going to shag another 20 and see if that is correct and better

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Stalls are perfectly normal and perfectly frustrating. First and most important, you've done GREAT and should be very proud of yourself. That being said, you've lost a LOT of weight and your body just needs a pause for a minute to catch up with you. It'll start up again, really it will. Just stay focused on your exercise, Water, and Protein and it'll start moving again.

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Wow! That’s incredible, keep up the great work!!

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