Netty has the spirit of a warrior. It's a gift God gave her, not just here with her fitness journey but many aspects of her life.
She is humble and kind, and works hard at all she does with all her heart, mind, and spirit.
She has courage many don't have, and I need her as much as she needs me. I get very lonely sometimes. I need someone to share their fitness courage with me.
You see, it's HARD to be accountable. But once you start, and you keep going even when you don't feel like it, you get a sort of groove. It's building habits and it requires grit.
The grit of a warrior.
It's like I said in my recent video about the scale weight and TDEE and all that, it take patience and you can't quit after just 3 weeks and say it's not working. I explain TDEE in my video and how it fits in, so if you want to understand a little better, watch the video.
The video is on GAB TV and I'll be putting more there from here on out. Feel free to join me on Gab, here's my profile.
Even though Netty said she was frustrated with the scale, check it out, she just started and her weight IS going down:
It's just that the body weight drops in random "chunks" and doesn't always happen in a linear fashion. It can sometimes, some weeks it can be a steady pound or two per week, or even just a half a pound per week (which is huge!)
Other times it can go for weeks with no change, and suddenly you get a whoosh, which is a nickname for a sudden weight drop.
The water composition that ebbs and flows in your body and food sitting in your intestines has a lot to do with that. Your liver alone can fluctuate several pounds in one day.
So again, I talked about this, if you want to understand the body weight and how it fits into your mindset, in the video. Watch it and feel free to ask me questions after you see it. I'm putting together some information to help you understand how TDEE is calculated, so stay tuned for that.