Sucker Punch to the Kidneys: My Muffin Top Has Grown!

So much hard work, and NOT the results I was looking for.

I was so upset that written words just wouldn’t do….

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  1. What a huge bummer!!! Hang in there – you’re doing the right stuff and your body will come around. Keep working hard! You’re such a HUGE inspiration and one of the reasons I have started (attempting) to run myself. Keep going keep going keep going!

  2. Jeanette Dickau says:

    Donloree, you are so amazing. Our bodies sometimes get tired and take a restbit and then our minds have to stagger and catch up. Don’t get discouraged. Life is a series of peaks and valleys and you just have to keep putting one foot in front of the other. Hang in there.

  3. Justin Dickau says:

    Donloree, sorry to hear that you had a setback. Seriously though, your shoulders and biceps look amazing! I am sure that you will make all of your goals! I’m proud of you.

  4. Leanne Dickau says:

    Hey! Keep your chin up! If you are having skinfolds taken with calipers there is always a degree/chance of tester error in regards to landmarking, pinching the skin etc. For example, if you saw a decrease the week before and then an increase it could be due to error of the measurement. To determine if there has been a significant change either way, the values need to lie outside the margin of error that is normal with taking these measurements. As well, I am not sure taking skinfolds is that sensitive of a measure that you would be able to see changes after only one week. (Though other than taking a DEXA each week I am not sure there is any better way). Any calculation of body fat % is determined from equations that are based on cadavers, so it is an indirect measure and may be inaccurate by +/- 10 %. Lastly, remember the measurements are in millimeters!!!

    • Thanks Leanne! Who knew I would care so much about millimeters?! I need you to come back to Edmonton so that you could do weekly assessments on me. Perhaps I should be your new project! 😉

  5. You are so awesome. You say exactly whatever body is going through that isn’t said. I have been on a diet and training regiment for 6 weeks and have not lost a single pound. I actually went up 2 the 1st week and have spent the last 5 getting rid of them. I have noticed a body fat loss and a muscle build so something is going on, it’s just not happening on the scale. Keep up the great work and I am positive it will all come together in the end.

    Thanks for your inspiration!

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