Working Out But Gaining Weight -_-

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22 Posts
Jun 14, 2013 2:55am
via Android

I am so irritated. I want to lose weight but I actually gained weight. I'm thinner but I weigh more. . .wtf!? I know, I know muscle weighs more than fat blah blah blah but I need to LOSE 10lbs. Im 5'8 140. For some odx reason I cannot lose weight!

14 Jun
Weight is a number that only a machine can accurately judge, if you're looking good what's it matter? People don't have scales on their eyes thank god. :-)
14 Jun
You could easily be gaining muscle. Muscle does weigh more than fat.
14 Jun
the problem is thath...if you really want loss weight you must run everyday...playing your favorite sport ......
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92 Posts
Jun 14, 2013 7:54am
via iOS
do more cardio and less weighted stuff. drink lots of water
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1022 Posts
Jun 14, 2013 7:59am
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I dont see the problem? Why would you need to lose 10? If you are looking better and living healthier then what is the problem here?

Your goal should be to lose your fat! Not just some random number of weight....

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7 Posts
Jun 14, 2013 8:34am
via iOS
If your drinking alot of water you'll be holding that and the increases your weight, try water strippers or natural ways of realising it
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122 Posts
Jun 14, 2013 10:37am
via Android

I only go by my measuring tape. Weight isn't the only definition of our health. Just calm down, at 5'8 140 is a good number anyway. If u don't want the muscle, stay away from weigthed workouts, including body weight.

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56 Posts
Jun 14, 2013 12:02pm
via Android

If you noticing a difference in your body and you know you eating right and working out don't worry what the scale says

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9 Posts
Jun 14, 2013 4:46pm
via Android

One word....muscle.

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