How can I get past a weight loss plateau?

I’ve lost 12lb, but I need to lose more to get a healthy bmi. I’m working out regularly with 3x cardio and 3x toning each week, but the weight has stopped decreasing. I’m also sticking to the healthy eating, it really feels like I’m making all this effort and getting nowhere now. How can I get back to losing weight again?

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4 Responses to “How can I get past a weight loss plateau?”

  1. Nelly N said:

    Congratulations on your weight loss.
    Do something different. Your body has got used to all the cardio. Try a different exercise like jogging or running and cut back a tiny bit more on what you eat e.g 100 cals a day.
    You body will then start burning fat again. The main thing is – DON’T GIVE UP!! Good luck!

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  4. Robert said:

    If you’re not losing weight, it’s most likely because your body is putting on more muscle, in this situation its best practice to use a mirror rather than a weighting scale as it will be harder for you to determine whether you are becoming healthier. Judging by what you’ve written, I’d say its muscle growth, which is a good thing.




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