The weigh-in I count for documentation purposes is my first one in the morning(post-evacuation). It is consistently the lowest weight. But the past two days weird things have happened. I have weighed, gone to the gym, come home and been as much as a pound lighter. A spin class I can understand, I sweat buckets. But I always figured since I drain at least one full 20 oz water bottle that would even things out. But this morning after lifting, which is not nearly as sweaty work, I came home lighter. Yesterday after my ride up to Lambert Park, I came home and was lighter in the evening than I had been in the morning. That never happens.
I bore you with this because I do not understand how this all works. I can't figure out weight loss overnight. Sure I'm not eating anything, and I understand it burns calories just to stay alive, but where does the weight go? I can only think of sweat, and the moisture you exhale with your breath. Unless you pee-pee in your tee-pee how is it that you can be two pounds lighter over the course of a night? These are the thoughts that dominate your mind when you are trying to lose weight.
Weights this morning and an hour on the effing trainer tonight. I have started to feel guilty if I don't have a calorie deficit at the end of the day. And like two dudes glancing over the barrier at the urinal just to see what the other ones got, Jeff and I bust out the LoseIt app everytime we see each other to see who had the biggest deficit the day before. There are a lot of things that sound gay about mine and Jeff's relationship. I can assure you that I am not gay. And I am reasonably sure Jeff's not. But don't quote me on that.
Morning Weigh In:
- Total pounds lost: 15.2