two things: 1. muscle is heavier than fat and 2. you may have reached a temporary plateau.
Not only will the development of muscle make one weigh more without necessarily gaining size, muscle burns more calories than fat! So you are ahead in the long run by approaching things this way.
Muscle is heavier than fat, maybe you're just developing more muscles? If that is the case high five! Good on ya.
YES! ...and congratulations on your accomplishments :) <br />
Muscle weighs MORE than fat...<br />
It's possible to gain lean muscle mass that (by the scales ) indicates you weigh MORE, yet you've LOST the bulky FAT by conversion to lean muscle...and still fit into your wardrobe.<br />
Rex, U.S. Army Ranger physical training instructor... (retired)
All I read was blah, blah, blah, nah, nah, nah, wikka, wikka, wah, DAMN I'M SEXY AND HOT AS HELL!!!! ;) ... I couldn't agree more.
I will do plenty of "feeling" on Friday ;) ;) ...
Yes, but I personally find that it's harder for me to go back to that good routine. I actually have to get a trainer to pretty much drill sarge me
LOL. Sorry. Go Workoutgurl, you can do it!
Of course we'd all like a personal trainer, but you don't need one if you have enough motivation...wish I did! lol
you toning up thats great!! getting stronger that is good musle weight. bet you looking good in them cloths good for you. it s good to change up work outs your muscles have memory . i was allways taught to change every 3 months even if someting small