Been reading a lot, and I read this, that some people cannot lose weight, they've been working out 5 times a week or less, sticking to their plan, but gaining weight. I have also gained weight but it's not fat weight, it's muscle weight. I am 5'1 I do weigh 135lbs, but I also do Tae Bo the bootcamp workout with weights, and The Firm abdominal exercises, yet I've gained weight. I really think everyone should throw their scales out the door, weight actually means nothing, I have noticed that since working out for three month 4-5 times a week, I have lost inches, gained muscle, and now i am actually fitting into my size 8 jeans even though i weigh 135lbs. I am even considering throwing my scale away. Another example i knew a woman who was 30 years old, she was 5'2 and weighed 150lbs, but was a size 2!! She was all muscle, but looked great, you would have never guessed she weighed 150lbs!!! I just thought with all the argument over weight this would shed some light on everyone!! Good luck!!
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