I guess I'm just a little unsure and I would love your input, since your journey has really helped motivate mine, since you made lifestyle changes at my age and are really working to keep them up. I know going to camp wouldn't be the end of my journey and I would still need to work hard at home, I just really wanted to know your thoughts and advice for myself. (part 4, sorry this was so long!)
okay well first if all those charts are not always accurate at all. they don’t take muscle into consideration and to be really sure whether or not you’re at a target weight is probably seeing a doctor or nutritionist. if you want my input tho… you live a healthy lifestyle and that’s all that matters… not the number on the scale. you sound very educated at such a young age. I don’t think a camp is necessary… (if Im understanding correctly you want to go to a camp to lose weight)? I don’t think its necessary. all you have to do is continue eating healthy… maybe set up a plan. like a meal plan everyday and exercise plan and you can follow that everyday. you may not be losing weights because even tho you’re eating healthy.. you may not being persistent and persistence is key when trying to tone up and get leaner. it’s something that requires the same amount of effort every single day. you cant just do it once a week. it’s a goal that you work towards and once you reach that goal you make up knew ones. achieving a healthy life never ends…. I’ve been on this journey for almost 5 years. my best advice is to just weigh yourself once a week, research meal plans (maybe weight watchers will work for you) but you sound on the right track and I dont think you need a camp to help you lose weight! you can do this all on your own :)
Techniquely, it's something I could achieve at home...I'm not obese, people don't know I'm heavy as I am at all, and I definetely definetely follow a healthy lifestyle, I'm just a little chubbier than I'd like. Going into high school next year, I want to have healthy habits down pat, so I'll just be in the mindset without really needing to worry about it. Also, I feel like loosing a few pounds and toning up would help make me feel more confident going into my freshman year. (part 3)
however I'm not really sure. I found two that really appeal to me. The thing is, I've never been to a sleep away camp and both camps are in a neighboring state about 3 1/2 hours away. What if I get too homesick? Also, I don't know how to bring this up to my parents. They know I care about being healthy, but I feel guilty telling them I want to go to a camp for it.I t's not super cheap, and I feel bad about paying for something like this that I don't necessarily need. (part 2)
(sorry this is so long) I'm 14, 5'5 and about 141 pounds. I dance four days a week and eat really healthy, however according to my BMI, I'm overweight. It was really shocking to be told that and I was extremely disappointed. I live a healthy lifestyle, but I really want my body to reflect that. I've been working on it and really believe I've begun to tone up, but I feel I might need help to achieve my true goal. I just began considering going to a fitness camp this summer, (part 1)
I’ll respond after I read all this
How much do you plan to lose if you don't weigh yourself?
how do you know I don’t weigh myself?
please post more i miss your posts
i need to lose weight for prom so i’m gonna be very active on here starting today hahaha :)
Hey I just bought myself some Twinnings Detox Tea, reviews look great you should try it ☺️x
I will look into it thanks :)
you and your boyfriend are literally adorable I cant.
HELP!!!!!!!! what do you eat on a normal day?!?!
does anyone know any good detox’s I can take after all the shit I’ve eaten this spring break (bahamas)? like not too expensive, maybe a good tea detox that also helps with weight loss?