Disappointment :/

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Sep 10, 2013 6:28am
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I have uploaded photos on here to keep track of my improvement, yet I see no change . . Should I increase the time I spend exercising? I usually do randomized butt/thigh/ab workouts for 30-45 minutes every night. What do y'all suggest? Thanks in advance :)

10 Sep
Well u should probably increase your metabolism so that u burn more calories and u will see change
10 Sep
I like u
10 Sep
Eat more carbohydrates to increase your metabolism
10 Sep
Well ur too beautiful for this word
13 Sep
I think that you should focus more on how the workouts make you feel rather than how you perceive they make you look. Although I'm not seeing the results that I want yet I really enjoy the process
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Sep 10, 2013 10:13am
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I don't know how hard you are working out but I read somewhere that after 4 wweks you will feel the change,  6-8 weeks otherd will notice and at 12 weeks you will notice.

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Sep 10, 2013 10:13am
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Also muscle weighs more than fat

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Sep 10, 2013 2:18pm
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You are your worst critic! So you are going to judge yourself harder than anyone. For me I had to get my diet correct, get on a regular exercise regiment, and accept change was going to come for me. I just had to keep working even if I had to extend my hours.

Sep 10, 2013 2:27pm
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A lot of people try to lose weight solely by exercising. As a doctor I am always reminding patients that it is actually more about what you eat. I suggest starting with trying to eat breakfast every day, within an hour of waking up. I would also suggest getting the My Fitness Pal app so you can see if you are eating too many calories. Finally, weight training is great but anyone who wants to lose weight needs to spend at least 20-30 minutes doing pure cardio at a pace that causes a good sweat. Don't be discouraged and good luck!

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Sep 13, 2013 7:43pm
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When we dont see change we up our game.  And remember starting out there may not be a bog change ur body is adjusting to the use of more calories.  Takes about two weeks to start seriously shedding
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