No weight loss?

  • I've been doing the cardio sculpt program with my sister and friend for 36 days. I expected it would take some time before we started to see any changes but I'm still at my starting weight. I've notices tiny changes in how my butt looks but that's about all.
    We all eat really well and work out together so we hold each other accountable. I've been on apps where I track calories and I rarely go over 1400, without even trying - I just don't eat that much but when I do I keep it pretty nutritious. I eat mostly fruits and veggies and lean protein.
    It's becoming very discouraging. I love the working out and I definitely push myself during workouts, so it's not like I'm not trying.
    Has anyone else had this experience or have any tips?
    I thought about the ignite program but it's unreasonable for me; I know the best diet is one you're going to stick to and the first 21 days of ignite seem impossible. I cook for myself, my boyfriend, and a one year old baby who needs a lot of the stuff I can't eat during that time so it's not going to work for me.
    For the most part, I try not to count calories and force myself to only eat when I feel hungry, not get too hungry so I don't overeat, and eat quality over quantity.
    Am I missing something here??

    countladybee   by: countladybee
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    WolfenOne  9 months ago by: WolfenOne

    I'd like to know the answer to this too, I've been working out since January starting with True Beginner then going onto cardio sculpt. (I've just now gotten back to it after a week of being sick though) and I haven't lost a thing either. Been eating right too and I don't know what the issue is otherwise.... :(

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