Tuesday, May 8, 2012
If you have recently began to lose weight by increasing your physical activity, you may very well have hit a plateau at some point. "I continue to workout but I'm not losing any more weight!", is usually what I hear. It can be frustrating to put in 30 to 45 minutes at the gym and not see more results. And finding time to add another 30 minutes to that workout may not be available within the 24 hours that time allows us.
Diagnosis? Training A.D.D.
Your body is telling you that this workout isn't enough anymore. Your muscles have gotten used to this workout and frankly don't need to burn many more calories to continue.
Dorene Internicola writes about this very thing in her article Taking fitness plateaus from failure to feedback. Check it out!