...that I haven't worked out for a week because I lost 4.6 pounds this week. The scale read 229.2 pounds. That's great, that’s wonderful, I met my goal for Christmas (I'll be re-doing that goal shortly) and I have officially lost 40 pounds in 4 months but I have mixed feelings about it. Call me crazy but I do. I am the type of person that over thinks EVERYTHING. So I will share my thought process with you. Ready?
Here goes nothing, hope I don't gain too much.
Wait that says 229.2. The scale is obviously broken, let's try that again.
Nope still says 229.2. Hmm.
Well now I have to redo my Christmas goal.
Wait, I didn't do anything this past week.
Can I really lose 4.6 pounds by doing nothing?
Maybe my body just needed to be caught off guard.
Caught off guard? You're not an athlete, you work out 4 times a week, it wouldn't shake it up that much. Would it?
I hope that was all fat and not muscle.
Do I even have 4.6 pounds of muscle on my body?
I should probably start reading more.
There is a glimpse into the wonderful head of mine. Fun isn't it? That was all within about a minute of seeing that number. I'm obviously new to this wholething so some of you more experienced peeps can chime in if you want. Is it possible that by only working out twice in two weeks that I lost some muscle? Is it possible that I lost 4.6 pounds of muscle or do you think some of that was fat? Could it be that my body is just responding well to the food I'm eating and the fact that even though I didn't work out much I did work out? I have at least 70 more pounds to lose so I know that maybe it's just fat that was ready to come off? Ahh, I hate when I do this to myself haha.
Anyways any advice would be greatly appreciated :-)
And I hope you all are well on your way to healthy happy lifestyles.
P.S - Does anyone know anything about snowshoeing? I would love to try it and know nearly nothing about it.