So, I got off track last weekend and went over a little bit the first three days of this week. So...altogether that's five days where my calories weren't in line.
The scale socked me with a 2.8 pound gain.
NO WAY Hosea!
One pound is 3,500 calories. So...an almost 3 pound gain means that I had to eat about 10,500 calories over my limit.
That did not happen. Maybe 2,000 calories over.
So...that weight gain is an illusion.
And, no, I'm not in delusion about this either.
Because just you watch...if I stick to my diet over the next three or four days, I'll drop the weight.
So, does that mean I burned 10,500 calories worth in four days?
So, my contention is that the weight gain is an illusion.
At least that's what I'm telling myself to get my focus back on.
I can also look at it as a warning for..."this weight gain will turn into real weight gain if you don't get yourself back in gear."
Happy Thursday friends!
Remember to always look for the upside; even if it seems a little upside down!
Have a good Friday!