Don't really have any suggestions but jus wantd to say hang in there and don't give. Not sure if u follow Bryan j but u might ask him he is full of knowledge and has some good advice to give all the time
hy how are u?
and why are u dieting u are already so much beautyfull
its ok and 17 yrs old.
have u an account on facebook then join me "vashitva sharma"
Let me give a shot at your problem.
I seems that your diet is as clean as it gets. And you are pretty clear about what you want to eat.
But you are not so clear on your goals. You say your mom is scared your arms and leggs get bigger when you train. But what is your goal?
You say you want to tone up (no idea what this means), and lose weight( i think you mean fat).
I feel like you have mixed goals which will always leave you with dissapointment.
What i would like you to do is set 3 goals that you feel like you can reach.
1 goal for 6 months ( main goal! )
2 goals for 3 months ( focus points )
These goals determine your approach. I really believe this is they way you can work to results.
Ps set goals you can meassure. ( weightloss, bodyfat, run 3 miles, benchpress 100kg)
Ps 2 dont listen too much to your mom.
After these goals comes the approach
I agree with christian, lots of water, your urine should be clear, protein, vitamins, a multiday, may want to try this workout on a fri/sat.....eat fri dinner, wait 90 min, then workout for 90-120 min , sleep and do same workout the next morning, it will put you into calorie debt.
I can personally vouch for Bryan Js advice, please take the time to answer his questions when you get the chance.
I also do have something to say that I think would help based on your writing earlier: there are two possible conclusions that I can see scientifically as to why you are experiencing this dilemma. (Well actually 3, but I'll go over the 3rd last)
#1: you are working out and gaining muscle, but you still have a layer of fat on top of your muscles and as your muscles expand, it appears as though you're packing on body fat. There are a few reasons as to how this can happen; it is probably a combination of eating too much and not having taxing enough workouts. -have you noticed that weightlifters many times look kinda girthy (and not with muscle) even though they are physically stronger than most body builders they come in contact with? (Even though bodybuilders look way more muscular) this is because of the types of workouts and eating habits they both engage in. I won't go too deep into both types (I have been trained in weightlifting by both) but if you have noticed that your are doing great on your workouts. -I mean you can pretty much do your entire routine and you barely break a sweat! :D.... change up your routine and find some thing harder that helps you feel the burn. Heat helps break down fat molecules (which allows your body to more efficiently convert body fat into energy) which will help let your muscle some through and let you see the results you've been getting t that are currently hidden under body fat.
#2: now I would like to take you to the opposite end of the scale... let's say that you're working out and you are feeling the burn EVERY excersise! -I mean you have a list of different excersises and routines that you cycle through during the week. when you feel the burn telling you to stop, you push through it til you cant push any more! You've also curbed your diet: where you once ate large portions of junk food and sweets, now you eat much smaller portions of healthy food...!CAUTION! This is another extreme; if you workout too much you will put your body into a panic state in which it will seek to gain energy FAST in order to sustain the output you are forcing put of it. Well, it takes hours for your body to digest food, so don't expect that cup of nuts and berries you ate beforehand or mid-workout to do anything but let your stomach know your not hungry. Fat is a slightly less slower form of energy. Sure it can be used, but your body would have to take the time to CONVERT it which uses more energy. The fastest way for your body to gain energy is for it to tap into its tightly packed stores of protein called muscles! Your body figures this out in no time and your muscles don't stand a chance. -They literally get used as instant energy to power your body which is panicking for energy! This coupled with a diet that consists of portions that are too small to sustain your ideal body weight is a horrible combination; eating to little pa your body in a famine state in which it believes that there is a shortage of food and that it must therefore store food in order to sustain itself during the famine. This food is stored as FAT, which will make you gain weight as a result of eating too little. (Ironic, huh)
#3 vitamins! You can workout all you want, get rid of all unhealthy fats and sugars from your diet but if your not getting enough vitamins, it is useless. If you dont think that you are on either extreme mentioned earlier, then I would advise supplementing your vitamin dier by getting a one a day women's vitamin from yiur l9cal health store and taking it along with a big increase in hiw much water u drink a day.
Do this for a few weeks, and if your problem doesnt change, then you need to reexamine what you're doing bc ull probably find that you lean to one if thw extremes.
The goal is to find a good balance of diet and excersise and be consistent towards getting results. Once u do this, Youll be loosing unhealthy wieght and feeling great in no time!
Try using the Lose It app to track the food you're eating. Although you feel as though you are eating healthy;you may be eating too many calories. Also, how intense are your workouts? You can work out regularly but if you arent burning enough calories during your workouts to negate some of those you took in then you won't lose weight. Also wheat tends to cause some people to gain weight so don't eat a lot of it just in case. Try incorporating more veggies into your daily diet and protein. Dairy is not a big weight loss contributor so I would reduce that too. One last thing: Drink more water.
Since you only want to lose five pounds then I would do a crossfit or bootcp class for about a month to increase your cardio or maybe even some sprint intervals a few days per week. Five pounds is not a lot of weight and the smaller you are the harder it will be to lose. You can do it though. Just stay focused on your goal and believe in yourself.
I had the same problem until someone had me try the following ( she lost 100lbs)
1- no more than 6 gram of sugar per meal
2-no more than 170 mg of sodium
3- no RED LIGHT FOODS, eveyone had something different ( cakes, chips, ...) this is something that you love to eat A LOT.
4- kitchen closes at 7pm. If you are still hungry have a low calorie snack
5- try Myfitnesspal which is a great app to track your calories
I have lost 25lbs over 5 months. Hope this helps.
I forgot the most important, no processed foods ( lean cuisine, weight watchers, sausage, deli meat) all foods must be freshly made at home if possibe.
Limit restaurants as much as possible, especially in the 1st 4 weeks which is considered the Detox Period.
As promised a post of mine to help you get on track. This is a post more on mindset and working towards goals to keep you motivated and aware of why you do things. Next to this it will give a better insight in what to train and what to eat to support your training and the goals you are working towards.
You want to lose fat on your stomach and hips and maybe even build some muscle on your frame. This is a very broad idea of what you want to achieve. It will take alot of time and effort. Results will come slow and hard earnerd. But its very possible!
Now i will go in depth on how i think you should structure what you are working towards!
Setting your goals:
Your 6 months goal: lower your bodyfat percentage with 5%.
In 6 months you want to lower your bodyfat percentage with 5% while not losing too much weight. While lowering the bodyfat your stomach and hips will look and feel better.
Your 3 month goals: Lower the bodyfat percentage with 3%.
The next 3 month goal: this one is for you to set! What is it in training you want to get on the short term! Something next to weightloss. Get something you can go for!
When you have set your goals. You have set the timeframe and mindset we are working in. I really believe this is important. We have a clear path of what we want now it is time to develop the way we will walk towards it.
I try to give advice from another angel. The random food tips are great but i dont believe they will give you much benefit.
The big idea behind what i try to make clear is: Dont focus on the wrong formulated and unclear goals. What you want is not the goal you should be working towards ( if this makes sense ). As an example if you want abbs your goal isnt working towards abbs, it is working to lower your bodyfat and your muscles.
I am rambling on, if you see any logic in this dont be afraid to ask me to clearify :-)