The main thing is not where you end up physically, but how you get there. You need to be comfortable and 100% happy with the direction you take, because otherwise you may just ditch something and go from one partially motivating system to another, as opposed to something that feels very rewarding and worthwhile for the long haul.
Speed is also not of the essence with any goal anyway, it's about recognising there can be more progress week by week if needs be, but not to push too hard or expect too much and also not to feel like you're failing, because progress is not as good as you might have wished for, becasue as long as you're moving in the right direction(s), that's what counts. Feelings of potential failure can hurt progress and are counterproductive.
Nobody can progress physically, stagnating or going backwards, that's a fact of life, so any kind of progress when you want it, is moving forwards positively. It is simply a matter then of asessing if the progress is good sustainable progress, or something that could be built on and made even better, but the main priority is to make sure you're doing the thing(s) that you believe whole-heartedly, will help you get the progress you want, so such belief can make what you do more sustainable, instead of you developing an emotional disconnection and being half-hearted about how you move forwards.
Right now I think you're doing great, so don't look at things as if it's not as good as you hoped and therefore it's potentially underperforming on effort, see it as potential to improve if needs be and be proud of yourself for continuing to make the effort and trying to do well.
You are a lovely, lovely lady Lu, you really are and I always want the best for you, because you ARE worth it misses, so chin up, be strong and keep pushing, because you DO have the power to be amazing and I'm confident you WILL fulfill your physical wishes in the future and that's why I will always continue to support and back you 10,000%, no matter what