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Are You in a Weight Loss Rut?

How to break through the weight loss plateau?

Find tips and suggestions to keep losing weight. It’s frustrating to diet day in and day out and not lose any weight.

You set out to lose weight with the best of intentions. You’re sticking to your diet – a few slips here and there, but nothing major that would result in the pounds not coming off. But, still nothing seems to be happening. You follow the weight loss program and still it’s been weeks since you’ve seen any significant weight loss. Is this a weight loss plateau? Many people who try to lose weight get hit with a weight loss plateau. Dieting can be difficult enough – getting stuck at the same weight for weeks is extremely frustrating. Here are some tips and suggestions to help break through the dreaded weight loss plateau.

  1. Many weight loss programs use a similar approach to what types of food groups you eat. For example, a common combination is 50% carbohydrates, 30% protein and 20% fat. For a short time – to get over the weight loss plateau – make an adjustment to these percentages. Lower the amount of carbohydrates and bump up the amount of protein.

  2. Keep moving – increase the exercise. If you’re struggling to get the pounds moving in the right direction again – either add exercise to your weekly calendar or increase the amount of exercise you do. Cardio exercises are excellent for burning fat. If you are already exercising – try adding five to ten minutes to your routine. If you aren’t currently exercising – adding even a small amount of exercise to your plan can have a huge impact on the amount of weight you lose. Give it a try!

  3. Check your calories. When you stared the weight loss program – whether you’re using a formal program or you’re doing it on your own – you took into consideration your weight and the number of calories needed to lose weight. if you’ve lost a good bit of weight already – you may need to reduce the number of calories you are eating now to continue to lose weight. for example, if you weighed 200 pounds when you began your diet and you want to weigh 120 pounds – you should eat 1600 calories per day. But, let’s say now you weigh 150 pounds and you still want to get down to 120  – now you should only eat 1400 calories per day. The Calorie Control Counsel [link - http://www.caloriecontrol.org/] has some great tools for weight loss.

There isn’t anything much more frustrating to someone trying their best to lose weight than a weight loss plateau. The good thing is realizing that this is an obstacle that most dieters have faced – so you’re not alone. And fortunately, there is a lot of information, tips and advice on how to combat the dreaded weight loss plateau.

  • #1 written by julespaxtonfan
    about 10 years ago

    and stay centred. the easiest thing is to lose touch wtih your intention. you may also need some yoga, meditation or a centering/alignment technique like Conscious Movement. because you are going to have to work with yourself. and htink about selfdiscipline. this has been at the heart of yoga teaching for centuries. don’t just think yoga is for skinny, bendy people…it is for anyone who wants to control their mind and their body. anyone that wants to be in the driving seat.

  • #2 written by Ling
    about 9 years ago

    Hi

    Nice tips, and good motivation you have here. I have this small problem. I quit smoking (well…almost) and am gaining weight considerably as a result. I tried starving, and exercise, but it’s too darn difficult,with all the pressure both at home and work. Any ideas?

  • #3 written by chikwendu
    about 9 years ago

    I’m pretty sure some people will not like it

  • #4 written by top secret fat loss secret
    about 9 years ago

    Great tips on overcoming the plateau.

    Another tip would be to vary the meals, eat the bulk of the ‘fuel’ food for breaky, morning tea and lunch…dinner stick to vegies and lean meat.

    Lastly, vary the workouts periodically and make it challenging to work the body!

  • #5 written by recipe man
    about 9 years ago

    This might not work for everyone, but I find that it helps to forget about weight loss targets completely and instead focus on my success at maintaining a healthy eating plan for a period of time.

    eg. I plan my diet and then set a target of sticking to it for one month, when I have done that I have a special ‘treat’ meal and then start another month target.

    The diet may change to refelct circumstances, but the strategy seems to be working for me.

    col

  • #6 written by diet tips
    about 9 years ago

    Of course we all know that we have to exercise more to shift the weight. However, i’ve recently heard of a person who is doing a different diet plan each month to relieve the boredom. You know, high protein one month then low fat the next, then atkins, zone, cabbage – you name it. I think it makes sense because it doesn’t give your body time to get used to one particular diet. We all know that we lose most of our weight in the first couple of weeks.

  • #7 written by The Truth About Six Pack Abs
    about 9 years ago

    As for me, the best desigion to break through the weight loss plateau is to start exercising more. Sometimes you should also reduce calorie consumption. But is you train more – you lose more calories…

  • #8 written by Lillian
    about 9 years ago

    I find changing the amount of calories for few days help. It’s like starting a new diet. Changing your exercises, not necessary the length of time you do them also helps.

  • #9 written by Roger Lunn
    about 9 years ago

    I really need to find something that can work for me. I’m about 100 lbs over weight and just can’t seem to get it off. I struggle with what to eat and when. My heart doctor says we Americans eat an upside down triangle. Are base should be a big breakfast a light lunch and an even lighter supper. But we do the reverse. But I don’t know how to make the needed life style change.

  • #10 written by shockingweightlosssecret
    about 9 years ago

    Good tips, but you definitely need to break up your excecise routine, this wards off monotony and also shocks the body so to speak so you get more results from your effort.

  • #11 written by Fred
    about 9 years ago

    There are many reasons why a plateau may occur. Hormone levels related to food metabolism, toxins, and biorythms may affect the outcome. Several weight loss programs deal specifically with these issues.

  • #12 written by zone diet
    about 9 years ago

    Thanks for these good tips.

  • #13 written by John
    about 9 years ago

    I discovered your site last Sunday using MSN while searching for need treadmill ratings. The post regarding in a Weight Loss Rut? – Lose Weight – Diet Program Review: FatLadySingz.com was very helpful. Just wanted to say thanks!

  • #14 written by kerry
    about 9 years ago

    nice thought about over ovecoming the plateau.

  • #15 written by drug treatment
    about 9 years ago

    I stopped counting calories ever since I was eating more than usual even if I was counting them. I prefer dinning out of a smaller plate and cover it with food. It gives me the impression that I ate a full plate. Every month I use a even smaller plate. This really works for me.

  • #16 written by Vas
    about 9 years ago

    Good tips in this article. Portion control is crucial when losing weight. To lose weight, put the fork down before you’re satisfied; at a point where you could still eat more. Eat an early dinner too. That should help.

  • #17 written by Medical Insurance Rates
    about 9 years ago

    Thanks for the great weight loss tips!

  • #18 written by Toronto Cosmetic Surgery
    about 9 years ago

    Yup, we’ve all experienced that “rut” feeling on more than one occasion. My biggest problem is portion control as I seem to have been on that “See Food” diet for most of my life! Thanks.

  • #19 written by Weight Gain Routine
    about 9 years ago

    Hey Blogger , I like a lot your blog post expecially the article for weight gain routine and your post regarding in a Weight Loss Rut? – Lose Weight – Diet Program Review: FatLadySingz.com , it looks very interesting. I found you on yahoo while searching for weight gain routine . I just Stumble it on Friday !

  • #20 written by Doni
    about 9 years ago

    I think a reward is great for those who really want to lose weight. Personally I plan my diet and then set a target of sticking to it for 2 weeks, when I’ve done what I should done after 2 weeks, I will have a special ‘treat’ meal for myself. And start another new plan for another next 2 weeks, this method works for me :)

  • #21 written by Jess
    about 9 years ago

    Sounds like you’re so serious about this that it should work.

  • #22 written by diyet
    about 9 years ago

    nice thought about over ovecoming the plateau

  • #23 written by diet pills hut
    about 9 years ago

    Diyet, to overcome the plateau, you need to do something better than that. Exercises? What exercises? If you are talking about going to the gym, i can understand but if you’re talking about jogging, you need to change your habits.

  • #24 written by best pills 4 weight loss
    about 9 years ago

    Just want to add some infos, if you want to check your calorie intake and how much calorie you have burnt, you can check it via Weight-By-Date, totally useful for everyone. Remember that maximum calorie you can burn everyday is not more than 500 except your metabolism is above normal.

  • #25 written by Patrick
    about 9 years ago

    Good point! “Overcoming the plateau” can sometimes be the hardest thing for people. Increasing your exercise is probably the best way out of those three.

  • #26 written by Weight Loss Tips
    about 9 years ago

    You know – if you change only one thing-just ONE thing in your food habit, then weight loss will be easy and possible!

    Just reduce your carbohydrate cravings.

    Stop consuming sweets, sugar, fizzy drinks, white flour and all that. All of them contain simple carbs and will get deposited in your body as fat and you won’t be able to lose weight. The longer you are able to restrain yourself from carb intake, the better. Of course, occasional treats at a friend’s party or during a vacation doesn’t matter, but try to cut down on your carb intake as much as possible.

  • #27 written by Weight Loss Diets
    about 9 years ago

    Yeah i will the best and easiest thing you can do is to move more try do more things such as go up stairs walk to your job instead of taking a ride and stuff like that.

  • #28 written by Sony VAIO Batteries
    about 9 years ago

    I always find when you are in a rut that it is best to add some variety to the regime. You are probably doing all the right things and your body has simply adjusted and you need a change. Break up the next week a little exercise wise, go and do a pilates class if you haven’t, swin…anything, just remind your body that there are different stimulus’s out there and that its going to need to work a bit harder. Breaking your routine up once every four weeks helps a lot, keep exercising and eating right, just do a few different things.

  • #29 written by medical answering services
    about 9 years ago

    I’m very excited about some of the advice given here. GREAT POST!

  • #30 written by Srinivasan
    about 9 years ago

    The answer for reaching a plateau can perhaps be found in adopting a natural regime. Eastern philosophies have been very specific on achieving a balance of mental and physical healing.

    The basis of all ayurvedic and natural therapies of ancient times were based on the simple principle of assisting and providing the body with natural and organic nutrients to stimulate the biological mechanism towards total healing instead of just addressing the symptoms. The role of various herbs rich in anti oxidants with healing properties cannot be over emphasized. The ancient system is an integrated system to create wholeness in body, mind and spirit. One without addressing the other aspects could only address part of the problem.

  • #31 written by case back hoe
    about 9 years ago

    That’s a very helpful tips you’ve posted here. I will share this to my friends, thanks for this. cheers!

  • #32 written by Drug rehabilitation
    about 9 years ago

    I will not keep a diet ever. I am sick and tired of counting calories, to avoid a lot of foods, to do exercises and so on. I don’t have big problems with my weight but i wold like to loose some pounds, but it seems that the only result that I ever had after a diet was to feel frustrated and sad.

  • #33 written by Proactol
    about 9 years ago

    Every time you lose 5 pounds, go out and buy yourself something. Not something expensive, you don’t want to ruin the bank, just something cute or nice. If you’ve lost a lot of weight and your clothes is getting loose, you may want to reward yourself with a new pair of pants or a cute top.

    Generally the reward should be something small though, and not food. You could go to the dollar section of your store and buy some small trinkets. Maybe some happy face stickers for your food journal. Or a magnet for your refrigerator.

    Anyone else have ideas for weight loss rewards?

  • #34 written by Bath and Body
    about 9 years ago

    I like the reward system, it is a good motivator! However it doesn’t really help losing the weight. Lots of people think that it’s all about cutting down the amount of calories you eat per day, but it’s not that simple. Our bodies are predesigned to respond a certain way when they receive less food than they are used to. That response is usually “store as much calories as possible, in the form of fat!”. Every person must figure out what the right amount of food is for their body and activity level and stick to it without going to the extremes of dieting. Another good way to lose weight is to combine certain types of foods that your body will be able to break down and digest with ease.

  • #35 written by Organic Hampers
    about 9 years ago

    loosing weight is not something which can be done in short time span…if one rily want to loose weight …he/she should have this will to do so…bcoz it require a lot of sacrifices to loose weight..if u fail to abide by the advices whch uv been given then drop the idea of loosing weight…bcoz i believe if u do want to loose weight ul do it someday ;) so keep that spirit

  • #36 written by Organic Toys
    about 9 years ago

    nice thought about over ovecoming the plateau. Well written article. Thanks!

  • #37 written by weight loss information
    about 9 years ago

    you have to stay strong and keep up the diet and eat
    properly.

  • #38 written by TheMan370
    about 9 years ago

    Hmmm….not sure I am following this in a Weight Loss Rut? – Lose Weight – Diet Program Review: FatLadySingz.com thread very well.

  • #39 written by Srinivasan
    about 9 years ago

    If you lead an active life, stop fad diets and junk foods, you would never have to get into a rust

  • #40 written by Srinivasan
    about 9 years ago

    If you lead an active life, stop fad diets and junk foods, you would never have to get into a rut and take up a lose fat program

  • #41 written by Cash Gifting
    about 9 years ago

    For effective weight loss and no side effects, I prefer exercising!

  • #42 written by Lose Weight Pills
    about 9 years ago

    Everybody goes through a rut or hits a plateau when they are trying to lose weight. It is just one of those normal things I think that is intended to happen to push us and to make us keep going.

    While it can be very discouraging especially after you have been working so hard, the best thing that you can do is to continue trying. It may be wise to try out a different exercise regimen, become even more active and focus on eating even healthier.

    I really agree with #3 in your post in that you need to keep track of everything. Keeping track will allow you to look back and see just how well you are doing and give you the drive to keep on going. When it comes down to it, it is all about motivation and the desire to succeed.

  • #43 written by Hardgainer Tips
    about 9 years ago

    I think many people make losing and gaining weight more complicated then it actually is. Like most things in life, to be successful, you have to work hard. If you don’t work hard, you won’t be successful.

    This goes the same for losing weight. It’s one of those easier said then done things, but you should at least know how to do it.

    Eat 6 healthy meals a day. Start walking 30 minutes a day. Stay consistent. Slowly make your workout routines more difficult. You’ll eventually lose weight.

    Again, losing weight isn’t hard to figure out, but instead, it’s hard to do.

  • #44 written by sportizo
    about 9 years ago

    Many guys are facing this problem now a days. this is a unsloved puzzle people in the world. Doctors should come forward to help these guys. Walking is good thing but it is hard one to do in the morning i feel

  • #45 written by pure pitch method.
    about 9 years ago

    thanks for the weight loss tips . im actually thinking of doing it seriously for once

  • #46 written by Workout Techniques
    about 9 years ago

    Good post!! It will certainly help others to lose weight. Having an active lifestyle and exercising regularly is the best way to get in shape.

  • #47 written by Kill Weight
    about 9 years ago

    Enjoyed reading this article….
    Keep up the good work….
    Am digging it too :)

  • #48 written by Diyet
    about 9 years ago

    thanks nice post keep on going

  • #49 written by Smartlipo laser liposuction
    about 9 years ago

    Weight loss is something that everyone is interested in and I think it is mainly because being fat is not well received in the society.

    In the end it is not easy. The mental focus is something hard to maintain. But I think there are easier ways to do it for people who are lazy.

  • #50 written by Landscaping Wilmington
    about 9 years ago

    great article.thanks for the weight loss tips very useful

  • #51 written by Denis Kanygin
    about 9 years ago

    being in a weight loss rut is not nice.

    Unfortunately most dieters end up there. Don’t diet, instead, eat in moderation, move and watch fat melt away.

  • #52 written by Kill Weight
    about 9 years ago

    Plateaus happen; it’s part of the process. In fact if you don’t ever have one, chances are you are not consuming enough and hurting your body. The object is not just for that number on the scale to change, but being healthier. Don’t let it get you down and keep up the good work

  • #53 written by everloss fat loss
    about 9 years ago

    Nice tips. thanks for this great article that i’m sure it will help us.

  • #54 written by David Spencer
    about 9 years ago

    no i didnt loose any weight yet and didnt try any program yet

  • #55 written by Neem
    about 9 years ago

    I’m not a big fan of weight loss drugs, I’m really wary of them and it is mainly because I have read so much about thier side effects and at the same time I know there are many people out there who keeps complaining that they have not been the same after having these pills…

  • #56 written by Melbourne Lawyers
    about 9 years ago

    I know from experience the best way to track and have success in weight loss is to track what calories you are eating. Most people don’t know what they are putting in their mouth and this can be very dangerous. You think you are eating not so much, and then when you track your calories you realise you are making some pretty big mistakes!

  • #57 written by Burn Calories Fast
    about 9 years ago

    Losing weight is really a mental game, not a physical one. You have to go in knowing it will be tough, but not impossible. As much as we are all different, we are all humans who lose weight the same way. The principles work… exercise, lower calories, eat right… you just have to stick with them. You can do it!

  • #58 written by Weight loss with chinese medicne
    about 9 years ago

    Trey to avoid junk food at ab\ny cost.

  • #59 written by Replacement Air Hockey Pucks
    about 9 years ago

    I agree with a lot of the points above…it is really important that you keep track fo what you eat during the day because you simply never know when you have eaten more thanyou should. It’s easy to eat or drink empty calories that you didn’t even know you put into your mouth, and that is frustrating and very very easy to fix. Simply keep a weight loss diary, record your foods, add up the calories, and then you know exactly what is going into your mouth.

  • #60 written by Kadin Stil
    about 9 years ago

    Thanks for the great weight loss tips!

  • #61 written by Diet Reviews
    about 9 years ago

    The best way to get out of a weight loss rut is to stick to your diet and dont give up. Sometimes our body just takes longer to process things, dont get discouraged!

  • #62 written by Earn Cash Online
    about 9 years ago

    i totally agree with it since i followed some tips and i found i have lost 5kg in 1week.. nice??

  • #63 written by Findmybbw
    about 9 years ago

    Weight loss should be seen as a gradual process and then half the problem is solved. Then it should not be seen as a big deal, again half the problem will be solved.Its all about the mind

  • #64 written by Obagi Nu Derm
    about 9 years ago

    I think there are so many ways but the best way to go about is to make sure that there are no two ways about it in your mind.

    Mind, that is the most important that is valid here.

  • #65 written by calorie shifting
    about 9 years ago

    Nice article,
    In my opinion, if you want to break through the weight loss plateau, you need to “trick” your body so it doesn’t get used to the amount and types of calories consumed.
    Meaning if you need to eat only 1400 calories a day, eat 1600 on day one, 1200 on day two and so on. So on the average you don’t consume more calories, but your body metabolism rate is higher, thus you lose more weight .

  • #66 written by Poke My Name
    about 9 years ago

    good point!hope this will help people.

  • #67 written by Debby Taylor
    about 8 years ago

    Wow, this was really helpful. I’m going to check out that calorie council website. I know that I’m at a plateau because I need to reduce the # calories to keep losing. It seems I’m so resistant to giving up the extra calories. I know I need to substitute rabbit food for the snacks I’ve been consuming. Plus, I need to carve out the time for more physical activity.

    Thank you so much for this post! It is motivating.

    Debby Taylor

  • #68 written by Pure Krill Oil
    about 8 years ago

    Excellent tips..i have tried so many weight loss strategies , that i had almost lost hope.. but the techniques you have suggested has helped me regained confidence and they really work very well. Thanks.

  • #69 written by Quentin
    about 8 years ago

    Wow, great post and great comments. Personally I feel like the trick is def. two-fold

    1. Really pay attention to your caloric intake, I don’t think you need to write things down, but be aware and if you have a heavy meal for lunch take it easy at dinner.

    2. Find the right exercise! There is no one size fits all, you really need to find an exercise you like to do. Wii Fit, Pilates, Running? Find one you like to do and try doing it at least 3 times a week.

    Also try, I mean really try to not eat dinner after about 6:30. For most of us that pass out at 10 the food sits in your belly overnight and turns to fat.

    Check out Howcast.com http://www.howcast.com/categories/494-Diet for some other great diet tips from dieters trying to get to thier ideal weight! I have been visiting them daily and checking out new videos and it has really helped!

    Good luck everyone :)

  • #70 written by Diet Pills 4 Weight Loss
    about 8 years ago

    Exercise, exercise, exercise. Control your calorie, check your food.

    Using diet programs & diet pills would help, but you always have to “sweat” a bit to get the best resutl :)

  • #71 written by Paul Contris
    about 8 years ago

    After losing 22 pounds, I seem to be stuck. Thanks for your suggestions. I will bump the exercise and drop the carbs somewhat.

    I’m documenting all I eat and this has served me well so far. I also think that as you lose weight that your daily calorie budget should be adjusted downward. Your body is not as large and does not consume as many calories. Is this correct?

  • #72 written by mmo2000
    about 8 years ago

    hi,

    i hope these tips will help me, but i will definitely give them a try :)
    thanks a lot.

    cya :)

  • #73 written by Acai Select
    about 8 years ago

    It’s all about dedication and will. If you have lost 20 pounds, you will lose 20 more, you just need to concentrate.

  • #74 written by Peter
    about 8 years ago

    I finally found it! I think that I spend more time on the internet searching for an effective low calorie diet plan that actually doing one. I’m sorry to sound sympathetic, but I am trying to lose weight effectively and I have been on the fence on this blog for a number of months now, actually finding it really interesting and informative.

    What I want to share with anyone on the blog that I found a diet that talks about “Quick ways to lose weight”, the page is

    http://www.yourwebdiet.com/quick_ways_to_lose_weight.htm and

    it talks about people that have found a quick way to actually lose weight.
    I know that this is the holy grail of weight loss, but I would like to tell people that this article, at minimum, had a great page on talking about the issue of “Is there really a quick way to lose weight”.

    I believe that there must be of you loos beyond the forest for the trees. It finally addresses the issues of bombarding us with images of slim people from all walks of life, and yes, I have tried the Atkins diet, that’s how I stumbled across this site, I was looking for some actual strength in what I am trying to achieve. What I will say in conclusion is that this blog has not only provided me with a very different angle on weight loss, but to perhaps be proud of who we area as an individual, seek your goals but you do need to get up off the seat in front of the computer an get going with whatever diet or weight loss plan you feel comfortable with and go for it.

    Thanks for listening to me and I hope you all achieve your desires and goals in your weight loss quest.

  • #75 written by acai berry weight loss
    about 8 years ago

    Yes, this is going to be really difficult to do with. But still you need to work hard to achieve the better result.

  • #76 written by Toronto personal injury
    about 8 years ago

    if you want to achieve better result so for this you have find where the problem is.

  • #77 written by PS3
    about 8 years ago

    Good tips.

    It’s all to do with self motivation. If you can’t motivate yourself then you will struggle at anything you do in life.

    John

  • #78 written by chinese weight loss tea
    about 8 years ago

    My wife was dealing with weight loss issues for a long time now. However, when she discovered the cause of the whole problem – that was a self motivation thing she started to acquire more confidence and now the same old diets and programs are working much better just because she changed her attitude.

    Huang

  • #79 written by Obagi Girl
    about 8 years ago

    Motivation has been a really difficult thing for me when it comes to trying to lose weight. I will exercise for a week straight max, and then slowly stop :( Anyone have any tips?

  • #80 written by Burn Calories Lose Weight
    about 8 years ago

    If you find yourself stagnating in you weight loss you might need to begin practicing what is called refeeding. Refeeding is where every so often you stoke you metabolism by going on what I would call a one day binge. You can’t get carried away with it (eating a bunch of junk food, etc) but you will eat much more quality food (though a little pizza wouldn’t hurt). You may gain a little initial weight but you will fire up your metabolism allowing your body to more effectively burn calories again.
    You can go here (http://burncaloriesloseweight.com/2008/12/19/how-to-lose-weight-with-refeeding/) to read more about it.
    I hope this helps some for those struggling with this problem.

  • #81 written by SixpackAbs
    about 8 years ago

    Fantastic post. Generally its easy to loose weight, as if you are consuming calories more than you can burn, obviously you are going to gain weight, the mantra is to consume less calories than you are actually burning, and voila…..

  • #82 written by weigh loss spa
    about 8 years ago

    Thats really nice article. We all suffer from anyhow with some or more conditions of obesity, so in that if we want to preserve ourselves from other daises then dieting should be done.
    Although if we become more conscious the we can even check our regular calories taken as told in your article too.

  • #83 written by Personal fitness and training tips
    about 8 years ago

    Some very good tips here, simple but very effective. Weight loss is all about calories in vs calories out, if you hit a plateu chances are you need to adjust your numbers!

  • #84 written by Toronto Tea
    about 8 years ago

    Great tips, I think a lot of people hit the ‘plateau’ and the wall is just too much for them. I find that, like someone mentioned above, if you focus on the smaller goals and not necessarily hitting that magic number everything starts to fall into place and you begin to gain ground again.

    I would also suggest to stay hydrated- lots of calorie free drinks such as water and tea. I especially drink a lot of antioxidant rich loose leaf green tea since it has no calories and hydrates much like water but also has polyphenols and helps boost your metabolism naturally.

  • #85 written by Acai Berry
    about 8 years ago

    The low carb diet really works if you can stick to your guns!

  • #86 written by Tina
    about 8 years ago

    Great article – and something that we’ve all faced.

    I know for me, I’ve found that the act of “switching it up” a little has had a great effect. Not that I’m a big exerciser, but I understand that athletes hit a plateau like this too. And they overcome it by “mixing up” their exercise routines.

    I think the key for me has been to keep a long term focus and to know that this too – shall pass! :-)

    Tina.

  • #87 written by novi
    about 8 years ago

    can we use meditation or some thing like hypnotic to make Weight loss program effective?

  • #88 written by RezV
    about 8 years ago

    Nice article. So far only low carb diet is working good for me!

  • #89 written by acai berry oprah
    about 8 years ago

    when I’ve done what I should done after 2 weeks, I will have a special ‘treat’ meal for myself. And start another new plan for another next 2 weeks, this method works for me

  • #90 written by how to lose pounds
    about 8 years ago

    Reaching a plateau in your weight loss goals is similar to a plateau for gaining muscle. When strength training the way to by pass a plateau would be to shock the muscle by completely changing your exercise routine. The same concept can be used when losing weight. Remember the stomach is also a muscle so if you increased the amount of days you worked out during the week or even changed what you ate, by substituting one healthy meal with another, that small change can help your body continue losing weight.

  • #91 written by costa rica inclusive
    about 8 years ago

    One should also consider exercise routines that are heavy in “muscle confusion”. Its an easy way to make sure it never adapts, never plateaus and constantly improves.

  • #92 written by drtzou
    about 8 years ago

    Hitting a plateau for me means that I must cut my calories, and double my cardio. Plus changing your routine every 6-8 weeks helps prevent this.

  • #93 written by blogger indonesia
    about 8 years ago

    hii….Great tips, I think a lot of people hit the ‘plateau’ and the wall is just too much for them. I find that, like someone mentioned above, if you focus on the smaller goals and not necessarily hitting that magic number everything starts to fall into place and you begin to gain ground again.

  • #94 written by Karen
    about 8 years ago

    I am digging this article. I can relate with it though.

  • #95 written by annelies
    about 8 years ago

    I tried diet pills combined with low carb diet plan.
    Trust me, it works for me.

  • #96 written by Tom from Low Carbs
    about 8 years ago

    Its so fustrating when you hit a plateau – I suppose its a natural thing to happen as part of a low carbs weight loss plan but its still fustrating. Its at this stage when support is required either through a club or online website or just friends. In time if you stick to the diet you will get through it.

  • #97 written by Sara
    about 8 years ago

    Both the diet plan and the enough exercises are suggestive for us! We should follow the two types at the same time.

  • #98 written by Chris
    about 8 years ago

    I have always found that varying your routine or even taking a few days of will help regain enthusiasm.

  • #99 written by Reiki
    about 8 years ago

    I guess it’s pretty much natural to experience a plateau when loosing weight. I have experienced that also. I think our body adjust on a certain way that it needs to rest for a little before continuing loosing weight. During this process we may experience being short tempered, easily get irritated, and impatient, also sometimes depression. This is because we are doing it the wrong way. loosing weight should be a healthy process. If still experiencing such emotional anxiety I suggest to undergo eft training. There are a lot of books discussing emotional freedom technique training.

  • #100 written by Nalla
    about 8 years ago

    Plateauing sucks! It is almost always what cause people to give up their weight loss plan. Thank you for your helpful tips.

  • #101 written by Acai Berries
    about 8 years ago

    When you hit a plateau then it is time to change. Don’t expect when doing the same things over and over will lead you to different results. Change your meal frequency and exercise routine will really help a lot.

  • #102 written by Jay Chedip
    about 8 years ago

    I think we naturally hit a plateau when the exess weight has dropped off, but losing that final 6-7 pounds seem impossible to shift. It will take that much longer, as the body needs to adapt to its revised weight. Its best to just be patient and hang on in there, keep up with the program, and that extra weight will eventually be expended.

  • #103 written by Lipobind
    about 8 years ago

    Those were some great tips to break through the weight loss plateau. But, I would also like to add Lipobind an effective slimming supplement. Lipobind is a clinically proven fat binder. Lipobind is a natural supplement made from dried cactus extract that helps reduce the amount of fat our body absorbs from the food we eat.

  • #104 written by Slimming tips
    about 8 years ago

    It’s all in the mind. In my opinion, the two main factors of successful weight loss are:

    1) Metabolism
    2) Mindset

    It’s hard for a lot of people to believe slimming is that ‘simple’ – but it really is. Speeding up you metabolism is the master key to successful weight loss, and having the right mindset (actually believing you can do it – and visualising yourself slim) is the icing on the cake. No pun intended :-)

  • #105 written by Sam Brooks
    about 8 years ago

    Excellent article! Nice tips, will give them a try.

  • #106 written by Weight Loss Motivation Tips
    about 8 years ago

    Don’t try and do it all on your own. Get some support from friends and family. Get some weight loss motivation tips by joining a newsletter online that will keep you on target to achieve your goal.

  • #107 written by hawaii injury lawyer
    about 8 years ago

    Great post! Thanks for sharing.

  • #108 written by Jennifer
    about 8 years ago

    I began my current weight loss journey on 8/3/09 and as of today have lost 21 pounds. I’m trying to lose 100. I’ve found that starting my blog and sharing the journey with others has helped with my motivation and accountability.

    For me, I’ve decided that smaller portions, more exercise and more water will make the weight come off. But, already I have seemed to reach a plateau. The weight was coming off three pounds per week at a time. Now that I’ve lose the initial weight, I’m lucky to get one pound in a week’s time and it’s frustrating.

  • #109 written by Jack
    about 8 years ago

    these are really nice and helpful tips. Although it is very difficult to move out from the weight loss plateau.

  • #110 written by Geoff
    about 8 years ago

    I agree, weight loss plateau is depressing. It`s hard enough losing weight without hitting a brick wall when nothing else seems to work.

  • #111 written by Lisa Beck
    about 8 years ago

    We found a lot of useful info on this blog , can you blog back to us and we will be happy! Really alot of info that we needed We wish You good luck.thanks

  • #112 written by Matthew Severs
    about 8 years ago

    In my experience there are 3 important factors in achieving that ultimate six pack:
    1. Strength exercises using weights
    2. Aerobic exercise in short bursts of maximum effort such as sprints.
    3. Correct diet.
    Why do you think professional 100m runners have the physique they do?

  • #113 written by Fat Burning Furnace
    about 8 years ago

    A stepper machine is an easy to use, low impact exercise machine. It is also an aerobic exerciser in that it raises your heart rate and causes you to breathe harder while making you break out in a sweat. Don’t cringe, these are good things, especially when you are overweight and need to do something about it. In other words, it burns calories and it burns them fast!Also try the fat burning Furnace.

  • #114 written by Las Vegas landscapers
    about 8 years ago

    Wow, these are some great tips! Thanks so much for taking the time to write!

  • #115 written by radkenz
    about 8 years ago

    yes right, shape your body with exercise…

  • #116 written by Fat Loss Solutions
    about 8 years ago

    Hitting a plateau in you weight loss efforts can be frustrating sometimes. I like to take a break for a couple of days to regroup and refocus my energies when I get back to my program. The days off doesn’t give you a free pass to just lay around and eat whatever you want though. I then like to change up my exercises and try to do activities that are fun and don’t really feel like you are just doing it for exercise. Going hiking, riding a bike or swimming are great to refresh yourself and get you back into your fat burning groove. Never give up!

  • #117 written by A Slimmer U
    about 8 years ago

    Wow. Good advice. Overcoming a plateau is hard work. I agree with #2 and add a little exerecise. Everyone can not do an hour of cardio per day but most of us could walk a few extra steps per day or do 10 min. of extra activity!

  • #118 written by David
    about 8 years ago

    A great way to get in better shape and improve your overall health is to eat a diet of real, whole foods. The western world eats way too much processed food and a lot of the stuff in processed and packaged foods are complex chemicals that your body doesn’t know how to process. One of the single best things you can do to melt belly fat is to change your diet to include more real meats, vegetables and whole grains while reducing boxed and processed foods. Making a simple diet change like this will allow you to lose belly fat without starving yourself.

  • #119 written by How To Reduce Belly Fat Fast
    about 8 years ago

    When you hit the weight loss plateau then make sure to assess where things may have gone wrong. At this stage you may have become complacent in your dieting routine and started to include additional calories here and there. Write down exactly what you eat each day and after 7 days you’ll be able to at least cancel out excess calories for any plateau effect.

  • #120 written by Martha Brown
    about 7 years ago

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  • #121 written by Liz
    about 7 years ago

    I was looking for some good information about lower abs workout and Google sent me to your blog. Your blog has a lot of good weight loss information and I’m happy I find it. You are absolutely correct about the weight lose plateau. Whether you are doing weight loss exercises or you are on a weight loss diet plan you will get the plateau someday.

  • #122 written by Christoffer
    about 7 years ago

    Really fantastic article.Particularly the “keep moving” stuff. Have you seen this other site on exercises . It´s pretty similar to yours. It´s about body exercise and some other exercises. Really good site with great content.

  • #123 written by Oscar
    about 7 years ago

    you can also plateau by starving the body. Nothing new to this, but there is an argument that you should actually stuff your face or eat what you want once a week – tricks your metabolic rate into firing up again.

  • #124 written by Molly
    about 7 years ago

    I hate calories counting and reading labels on a supermarket but why I should do that? There are so many diets that provide personal diet generator with every day meal plan! I do not understand why weight loss can be depressing for someone, really. Maybe fitness exercises make people nervous, but not dieting.

  • #125 written by Healthy Diet Weight Loss
    about 7 years ago

    Lowering your carbohydrates and bumping up protein intake will always result in some weight loss, if you do not start to overeat. The only problem is that carbs just taste soooooo good!

  • #126 written by Geoff
    about 7 years ago

    I have the same problem as most others, the foods I love are those which make me put on weight. There was a TV program on the other day and it showed that we need to stop eating when our brains tell us we are three fourths full. 30 minutes after we stop eating our brains will tell us we are full.

  • #127 written by Plamen Ivanov
    about 7 years ago

    What a nice article. Thank you. Keep working so hard.

  • #128 written by Cheap number plates
    about 7 years ago

    Cool article and some nice tips!

    I personally haven’t weighed myself in approx. 2 years and am kind of scared of what the scales might say now haha! I think if you look and feel good theres no need to obsess over losing a couple of pounds!

  • #129 written by Micheal Brown
    about 7 years ago

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  • #130 written by Joel Hardy
    about 7 years ago

    I just have to comment about your header—I love it–definitely caught my eye.

    Joel

  • #131 written by Robert Peterson
    about 7 years ago

    I guess we all are in a some kind of a rut or another…trust me its better to worry and not gain weight and just take it easy and blow up like I did about 3 years ago…never again…stay focused and you’ll enjoy life

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  • #132 written by Nick
    about 7 years ago

    Fantastic tips on how to loose weight. I have discovered the truth about getting six pack abs fast, if you want to do the same click on my name

  • #133 written by Sue
    about 7 years ago

    It’s a really fantastic article on losing fat and how to overcome weight loss plateu. It’s important when you are dieting to eat things you like eating. I found a website which helped me losing tummy fat with the help of a fantastic nutrition plan.

  • #134 written by Sam's world of fat loss
    about 7 years ago

    Yes, exercise, jogging, yoga, dancing, sporting activity are the quickest way & best exercise to lose belly fat fast. Keep focus & follow your schedule. Do not forget to implement a proper diet plan for yourself.

  • #135 written by Brian
    about 7 years ago

    Really good article how to how to break out of a weight loss rut.

    Most of the visitors to my site are looking to get ripped abs. They don’t understand that just doing situps and crunches are not going to get them the six pack they want. They fail to understand that they need to lose some weight and specifically cut the fat from around their belly.

  • #136 written by Honey P.
    about 7 years ago

    I’ve tried lots of low-fat diets for a couple of years but none of them made me feel satisfied. Although, there are lots of diets,like Atkins diet but it’s making me feel weak and unhealthy. But when I tried Medifast Diet,i feel like I’m on the right kind of diet plan. It doesn’t make me feel weak.

    The caloric intake is around 800-1000 calories.It’s a bit pricey, but there are lots of coupons available on the internet

    Even if you don’t pay full price.You just have to choose a diet plan which your body reacts positively.No one knows your body better than you do…

  • #137 written by Reduce Belly Fat
    about 7 years ago

    While I was on my weight loss journey I never hit a plateau and I think it was because of how I did my diet. To give you a quick overview I lost 82 pounds in 10 months over 3 years ago and I haven’t gained any of my weight back. How I avoided plateaus. I would follow my diet plan every day but one day a week. On that one day a week I would have one of any meal I wanted to splurge on. I would only do this for one meal a week not the whole day. I typically picked a Friday to do this. I would also only weigh myself once a week and it was always two days after I had my splurge meal. See your body gets used to the consistency and if you throw it off once a week you won’t plateau but if you stay very strict and consistent you body will stop losing and sit idle until you give up and go back to your old ways or you kick start the losing process by throwing a small loop in there.

  • #138 written by karsten
    about 7 years ago

    problem is that on a diet usually the body’s metabolism slows down – so times you see people even below a 1000 calorie diet and they basically stopped loosing weight – imo then a good way is to cut down carbos and start to exercise more or enhance the metabolism…

  • #139 written by Houston Weight Loss Surgery
    about 7 years ago

    I just want to say that Drink minimum eight glasses of water daily to stay hydrated, maintain energy and lose weight more if you exercise outdoors or strenuously. It is easy to lose weight.But you have to know how and also of course you have to know how to do that healthy.

  • #140 written by Janice George
    about 7 years ago

    Weight loss plateaus are really frustrating. I loved how you touched on both diet and exercise as key components to tweak for extra fat loss. Personally, I’ve had great results with the fbf weight loss system. Have you seen this site? It has an fbf review with some good information there too what is fbf system

  • #141 written by Superslender
    about 7 years ago

    Another way to avoid a plateau is to make sure that you are feeding your body the minimum amount of calories its needs to function. For this you need to know your BMR, which you can work out manually or use a BMR calculator which will do it for you. If you don’t do this then your body will go in to starvation mode and weightloss will plateau.

  • #142 written by Jennifer Kyte@retaining walls
    about 7 years ago

    Doing 5 minutes each of push-ups, lunges, and squats (in 30-second intervals) will help build and maintain muscle mass. The more muscle you have, the higher your metabolism will be, so you’ll torch more calories as you go about your day.

  • #143 written by Jenifer
    about 7 years ago

    Eating correctly is the key for weight loss. Getting the correct can be cheaper then people realize. It’s just about the amount you eat and the way its portioned. Exercise is also very important. Eat right and exercise right, it will lose weight in a healthy manner. Thanks for the great tips.

  • #144 written by mike dewan
    about 7 years ago

    The diet is key in the weight loss factor in terms of if caloric intake is less than expenditure then you will lose weight, but when you hit a weight loss plateau several ways around it can be taken.
    The best is to adjust the diet towards a more muscle gain factor, so increase protein levels and reduce carbohydrates. This should help, with some exercise, to increase the lean muscle in your body – which in turn means more calories are requried when using more/stronger muscles and therefore the same exercises as before will cause you to loose more weight.

  • #145 written by zymox
    about 7 years ago

    I am constantly struggling with the slow weight gain as I get older. I’ve tried several different approaches and they all start off fairly well, but then the plateau comes into play. I like your suggestion about switching up the percentages of the food groups, I think this would work. I’ve always noticed that when I reach a plateau, my disappointment leads me eat the wrong foods or overeat. Usually within a day or two afterwords, the scale starts to show a loss again. Apparently the disruption in eating patterns restarts my body’s weight loss.

  • #146 written by bellyfatlosing
    about 7 years ago

    Hello!

    The food is 80% in weight loss. You can make cardio training but if you eat unhealthy food you don’t make anything. Maybe you will have less pounds but it’s really unhealthy for your body.

    So first thing you need to change is food. Check for some healthy food and you will be on your good way.

  • #147 written by Eric de Jesus
    about 7 years ago

    Actually, a diet program isn’t that much of a problem at all. You can eat every two hours if you like just as long as you eat food with protein and vitamins B and C. Among those are Brocolli, Almond, Egg, Wheat gran, whole grain, red meat and the likes. The food is not the only thing you need, you need to know that you have to eat those food for several months in order to lose weight efficiently.

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