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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Weigh-in Wednesday + progress stats

Starting weight: 176.4 lbs.
Last week weight:  127.4
Current weight:  127.0
Current loss:  -0.4
TOTAL LOSS:  -49.4

Really thought I was going to hit the 50-lbs. milestone but it'll have to wait for another weigh-in.

Progress starts from April to May:

And overall progress stats since I started the LiveFit program on March 1:

I'm pretty stoked about my results (even if they seem so little bit) so far and can't imagine what they REALLY could have been if I stuck to the nutrition plan, too.  I'm in the last month/phase of LiveFit and plan to be a little tighter about where my calories come from.

NOTE:  These are inches lost due to heavy weight training... not hours on a cardio machine.  Pick up them weights NOW!!!

After this last month is over, I'm not sure what I'll be doing next... thinking about doing the program again or moving on to another program I saw at bodybuilding.com.  It's basically the guy version of LiveFit but I know several girls who got AWESOME results from it.  It's called Kris Gethin's Hardcore Trainer.  We'll see where I'm at after the next four weeks.


Raeesa Samizdat said...

In the 3-4 weeks of lifting, I've observed faster results than months of cardio!

Awesome work! I'm 5'2 so 0.25 inches lost is always a big deal!

Anonymous said...

WOW! They continue to be impressive results Annie!! Especially the inches lost at navel! You go girl!

Treadmill Hiker said...

Your measurement losses are amazing!!! That's what it's ALL about!!! Congrats!!

Jenn said...

You are making such progress!!! Awesome job. I just very recently started lifting weights and I could already feel the difference.

Hang in there, you are almost at a huge milestone!!!!!!

affectionforfitness said...

Yes, that weightlifting is transforming. It is probably the first thing I did at the gym (after 600 miles of cardio, literally) that made me believe that my body could change. Cardio cannot do the same thing.

Very good, Annie!

:-) Marion