Monday, May 22, 2017

My Monthly Fatloss Report May 2017.....

Today's post:  Monday, 5-22-2017

A.  Here's the key news:

Fat Loss Report, measured on Saturday, 5- 20-2017

Gained 1.5 pounds from 167.4 last month to 168.9

No change in chest at 37 & a half.

Gained a half inch on my waist to 41 & a half.

No change in hips at 37 & a half.

1.  Since last month I gained a pound and a half.

2.  My chest and hips were the same at 37 & half inches.

But I gained a half inch on my waist.

3.  My food intake was very close to the same as last month. 

My exercises were about the same too.

4.  What changed was the level of stress I was under.  I’m so glad I found that article letting me know that high stress reduces your metabolism.  So, the pound and a half gain reflected the sharp increase in the stress I was under. 

Such gains also go almost totally to belly and visceral fat other studies show.  So, that clearly shows why my waist measure increased.

*For me, as for many people, having enough money for at least a minimum OK lifestyle with zero chances of severe money problems reduces stress.  I was under that threat with a deadline this past month, particularly during the last week just before I measured for this month.

*For me, even more than other people who also have it but at a lower level, having an ally who is unusually supportive and of some help sharply lowers my stress level.

5.  The initially very promising person who could well do both never contacted me a second time.

The most promising person who WAS responsive with favorable information and replies and who WILL be a future ally can only do so when I reach some milestones that will take a few weeks or months to reach. 

The person who said she would be happy to be that kind of ally for me, suddenly stopped replying to my emails.  (Found out this was OK, she was just super busy.)

My back up emergency person did come through right before my deadline but with only 35% of the money that was my preferred and already minimized request.  AND, that little only came in the day before I measured for the month.  That was significant since my weight gain for the month happened in the week just before.

6.  I believe my continued persistence and continuing to both follow up on successful efforts and finding new and promising things to check on AND doing so, will solve these two problems.

7.  I’m continuing to find new ways to boost my metabolism and add bone and muscle that I’m beginning to use.  (The fatloss post this week will be on one of them and why and how it can be done safely!)

Conclusion:

 I’ll achieve the financial leverage I need.

I’ll get the active allies I need.

 AND I’ll begin to use all of the metabolism boosters I’ve found to add to the ones I’ve been using.


(That includes adding a weekly workout at a gym with heavy barbells and adding this new technique and trying the BulletProof vibe.)  

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