My weight keeps fluctuating. I know that is par for the course being a 48 year old female. I work out about 5 times per week. I usually spend an hour to an hour and a half doing a mix of cardio and weights. I had lost a bunch of weight a year or so ago but it has come back. I just cannot spend 2-3 hours in the gym each day like I had. I start my day with a protein shake (Vega clean protein). I like that one because it does not give me the digestive issues others have. I feel like I go a good job watching what I eat but I do have cheat days. I would love suggestions to get my weight back down. I am about 10-15 over what I want to be.

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Well, I have one of those Aria Fitbit scales that measures body fat and then I can track my lean mass from week to week on the Ftbit dashboard. I don’t think it is that accurate. I am having a Hydrostatic test on Saturday. A guy comes around the gym in a big truck with a tank of water in it. I call it the Fat Wagon. Lots of folks don’t want to go near it. They don’t want to know the truth. 🙂
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