I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I got an useful answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably could assist you..
That is the dreaded plateau! That is the way mine looked, but mine occurred at 225 pounds. Hang in there, your body is just readjusting to the new you. I noticed during my plateau my body actually changed shape. I went from a 38 to a 36 waist during that time. It is a good time...
I changed up my exercise about the time it started. I went from a total body workout 3 days a week to breaking the workout in half and going 5 days a week. Not sure if that would make a difference or not. I'm thinking about adding in some cardio on my off days..
I'm pretty much stuck in my eating schedule and barely have time to get the food out of the measuring cup to eat it!..
Yeah, I've noticed that despite the randomness of the scales, my pants are getting looser. I was wanting to be out of the 200s by July. Guess my body had other plans!..
Well, I meant more like having dinner for breakfast or such like that. With my current working schedule, sometimes I eat my lunch and dinner early in the day with my morning snack and afternoon snack later in day, I swear that it has helped with my rate loss sometimes...
Hmmm, haven't thought of that. I do have a buddy that has been trying to get me to move all my carbs to the morning. Swears it helps him... There may be something to that...
Well, best of luck with it if you try it, hope you can break out of your plateau soon...
Screw the scale .... you're just holding water in your muscles (notice the pump is more ever-lasting after the initial post-gym deflate)..
You changed your workout and that's a great thing. You may want to just speed things up in the gym a little if you like your current workout and schedule .... rest for 15 (seriously, this'll kill you) to 25 seconds between sets instead of loafing around for a minute or two (not that.
Are gellar ... I post for everyone to read - not just the postee)..
If anyone gives a sh*t, my current routine is 8 sets of 8 with between 15-25 second rest periods. I usually do 3 exercises per body part and train 4x/week (sorta ... actually 2 on 2 off)..
Established these training principles back in the '50s .... google the man. He was a genius and a sonofa***** - a man I can relate to. HA!..
Good points, Sean! I think I have slacked off my pace a little....could probably stand to add some more sets in there too. I've been doing 4 sets of ten with about a minute rest in between. I'll give the 8 sets of 8 a shot this afternoon and see how it goes. Probably got rubber arms in my future!..