musculArgirl2 wrote:Congrats! Are you going to try weighing yourself on a different day for now on?
Yeah, probably. That or I'll continue to weigh twice a week. I'm not sure which.
feelin-great wrote:I used to be a side sleeper and it caused me all sorts of problems. Then I bought one of those memory foam pillows and I sleep really comfortably on my back now - it made a world of difference for me
Boss Man wrote:Try lying in the foetus position. So called because it mimics how a foetus rests in the womb.
You won't elongate your spine fully, because you're in a partially tucked-up position.
It's said to be a good curative option, certainly for minor back ailaments and possiblyore serious ones too.
MissJenaKay wrote:I've decided that I'm going to judge my weightloss based on what my weight was at my heaviest. I was heaviest at 250.4, so as of yesterday, I have lost 6.1 pounds. c: I would definitely be pleased to see this be a higher number, but when I think about it, July 22nd (when I weighed 250.4) was only a bit less than four weeks ago. One and a half pounds a week average is not bad. Not bad at all. I just gotta keep pushing along and I'll get to watch my weightloss number go up and the number on the scale and on the tags of my clothing go down. I can't wait for the day that I can go shopping with my friend Jenna (ironic, no?) and we can shop in the same stores in the big city of Chicago and I won't feel like I have to choose long sleeved shirts, loose button downs, and shoes. I won't have to order my jeans online because there is only one store that I know carries jeans that fit me right, I'll be able to wear clothes that I like and that make me feel good. That is one of the things that I get the most excited about: being able to actually express myself in my clothing instead of just trying to find clothes that fit and camouflage the parts that I hate about myself.
musculArgirl2 wrote:That day will come for all of us if we stick with it!
Boss Man wrote:Perhaps consider doing 5-10 minutes of light Cardio after weights, to see if you can relieve to some extent the DOMS you encourage, which I'm 99.9% sure is what you're experiencing.
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