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    I've had two babies and was able to keep my routine pretty much the same throughout both pregnancies. It took my a little longer to snap back INTO my routine after baby #2, but it wasn't so awful. Stay positive all you pregnant ladies! You WILL get your body back.
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    I just want to say that the whole "keep your heart rate under 150 thing" is not true. There have been studies that have disproven it. You should of course always check with your doctor, but that information is outdated. I've had 4 children and every single time I worked out very hard and never monitored my heart rate. I was jumping rope in my 8th month. Okay, I know I'm a little crazy, but still, all of my children are very healthy and I was able to have 4 undmedicated, uncomplicated births. Do your research ladies -- don't just take what people tell you as gospel.
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    My child is 17 months old. I'm still a nursing mother, but not often. Bed time mostly. I do a vigorous lifting/cardio program, and eat very clean and very often. So why is it hard as hell to lose this last 10 or so lbs of fat??
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    It is very helpful for me, Thank you.
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    Originally Posted by Mindylicious View Post
    My child is 17 months old. I'm still a nursing mother, but not often. Bed time mostly. I do a vigorous lifting/cardio program, and eat very clean and very often. So why is it hard as hell to lose this last 10 or so lbs of fat??
    Eating 'clean and often' doesn't necessarily mean you are in a calorie deficit, which is required to lose weight. Too much food, clean or otherwise, means you will maintain or gain. Track your food intake using myfitnesspal or similar and you will have a better idea of whether you are in a calorie deficit or not.
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    Originally Posted by Mindylicious View Post
    My child is 17 months old. I'm still a nursing mother, but not often. Bed time mostly. I do a vigorous lifting/cardio program, and eat very clean and very often. So why is it hard as hell to lose this last 10 or so lbs of fat??
    I found that I could never lose the last 10 lbs while breastfeeding. I'm not sure exactly why because everyone said it supposedly helps you lose weight, but it didn't in my case. I've since spoken with other women who had the same problem. Everyone is different and your body may be like mine and just hold onto the weight until you stop nursing.

    In my case, as soon as I stopped, the weight came off pretty easily. Don't get discouraged
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    as for the breastfeeding and losing weight issue, have you experienced trouble growing your hair out? I supplement with folic acid, but it doesn't seem to be helping with hair growth. Any suggestions to vitamins or supps to help this along??
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    I found that I could never lose the last 10 lbs while breastfeeding. I'm not sure exactly why because everyone said it supposedly helps you lose weight, but it didn't in my case. I've since spoken with other women who had the same problem. Everyone is different and your body may be like mine and just hold onto the weight until you stop nursing.

    In my case, as soon as I stopped, the weight came off pretty easily. Don't get discouraged
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    I understand what you're saying. I control portion size. However, I think this is a deeper issue than just diet related. btw, is myfitness pal an app?
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    Eating 'clean and often' doesn't necessarily mean you are in a calorie deficit, which is required to lose weight. Too much food, clean or otherwise, means you will maintain or gain. Track your food intake using myfitnesspal or similar and you will have a better idea of whether you are in a calorie deficit or not.
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    Originally Posted by Mindylicious View Post
    I understand what you're saying. I control portion size. However, I think this is a deeper issue than just diet related. btw, is myfitness pal an app?
    Yes, it's an app and a website (http://www.myfitnesspal.com/). Most people simply overestimate how much they are eating. I naturally eat around maintenence which is probably what you are doing too. If you are in calorie deficit, you will lose weight. If you have a slow metabolism then it means you may need to monitor your diet even more closely. If you keep doing what you are doing then you'll get what you've always got. If your current approach isn't working then you may need to be open to trying something different.
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    I'm going to throw a curve ball and ask a question for those who nurse and lift. How do you maintain your diet? I find myself to always be hungry. This messes with my portion control. It's like I really just can't eat enough. advice?
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    Did you continue to squat and deadlift while pregnant?

    I'm currently 17 weeks pregnant with my first baby!
    I have continued to squat and deadlift just the bar thus far. Wondering if you ladies have done the same? I have been reading conflicting information on the safety of this topic. I originally had mentioned to my OB/GYN that I had been lifting heavy weights pre-pregnancy and she seemed to think that 50lbs should be fine. Now that I'm thinking of it, I wonder if any OB is truely familiar with what the exercises are. Thoughts??
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    helpful video.
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    Originally Posted by Mindylicious View Post
    as for the breastfeeding and losing weight issue, have you experienced trouble growing your hair out? I supplement with folic acid, but it doesn't seem to be helping with hair growth. Any suggestions to vitamins or supps to help this along??
    I had trouble with my hair after my baby was born because I am hypothyroid and my levels were way out of whack, which caused me to lose a good amount of hair. I take biotin to help with this -- my hairdresser and endocrinologist both recommended it and my hair is growing back in very well. If you can't find biotin by itself, there are hair, skin, nail vitamins you can buy that have it in them.
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    Thank you for this! I've been looking for info like this!!
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    OMG!! Thanks so much!! I was just start wondering a lot of this stuff ! you are awesome !
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    Originally Posted by Mindylicious View Post
    I'm going to throw a curve ball and ask a question for those who nurse and lift. How do you maintain your diet? I find myself to always be hungry. This messes with my portion control. It's like I really just can't eat enough. advice?
    How old is your baby? My son is now 9 months and it's only been within the last week that any deficit has been possible!
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    this is educative and would prove a lot helpful for figures who are in need to get the similar advice at times ..
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    I haven't been able to workout for the past month and noticed it's the first time in a long time I haven't had any spotting mid-cycle (around ovulation). Has anyone else noticed a correlation b/w weight training and spotting?
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    Fantastic! Im 6 months with baby #5 and have gravitated towards only cardio, neglecting any resistance training. This is helpful thanks.
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    Thanks for posting this! Very helpful. My second child is only 3 months old and Ive been worried about what effects working out will have on breastfeeding. This helped to answer some of my questions
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    if you find that out on the belly skin

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    Thank you! Now if I could just find out how to get rid of the excess below belly skin without a tuck I'd be all set
    You let me know... been a freaking year. Pissing me off now lol amazing that we can get so fit after though, especially with so many negative people telling us we will never be what we were again.
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    maybe it is skin??

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    My child is 17 months old. I'm still a nursing mother, but not often. Bed time mostly. I do a vigorous lifting/cardio program, and eat very clean and very often. So why is it hard as hell to lose this last 10 or so lbs of fat??
    And stored fluids. I know that I am still battling that. I know how you feel :/
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    Originally Posted by Mindylicious View Post
    I'm going to throw a curve ball and ask a question for those who nurse and lift. How do you maintain your diet? I find myself to always be hungry. This messes with my portion control. It's like I really just can't eat enough. advice?
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    breastfed both of my kids till almost 2 yrs old. Youngest is 2 1/2 now.. i stopped but he still reaches to drink lol.. u will always be hungry bc ur body needs to provide nutrition. I did find breastfeeding helped me lose some weight but yes i was always hungry. I learned that ur body does change to compensate and provide nutrition so that may be why, but we're all different. At that time I did hiit cardio for 20 min to burn fat 2 or 3x a week and ate the same, didnt do any caloric deficit
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    How long did you ladies bench while pregnant? I am 25 weeks (6 months) and still benching - 10-12 reps, light enough that I don't have to stop breathing and I don't use my core at all, I'm down for no longer than 1 minute. Keep hearing about this vein compression but so far it hasn't bothered me so I am still going until my body tells me its no longer safe. Although I look a little funny laying there with this big ole belly sticking up, ha.
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    Question How many calories are you adding for breastfeeding?

    My son is 9 months old and still nurses pretty often. I have lost 80lbs since he was born by doing cardio mostly, and some light resistance training. This week I started bodybeast, and I have been STARVING. I was eating about 2300 calories (I'm 5'6" and 145ish) but I feel like I need to eat more now. I don't know if that's a bad idea? If I eat an extra 200? My CIM is around 2050, so if I add 300 for bfing and like 150 for my workouts, should that be about right? I do have a bit more fat to lose, but I was thinking I could cut back to around 2000 during my cutting (beast) phase in the last 4 weeks of the program. I'm just scared I'm going to put on fat... But I also don't want to lose any muscle! I hate how vague bfing calories are! What are you all doing?
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    Originally Posted by JaimeBarr View Post
    How long did you ladies bench while pregnant? I am 25 weeks (6 months) and still benching - 10-12 reps, light enough that I don't have to stop breathing and I don't use my core at all, I'm down for no longer than 1 minute. Keep hearing about this vein compression but so far it hasn't bothered me so I am still going until my body tells me its no longer safe. Although I look a little funny laying there with this big ole belly sticking up, ha.
    I continued to bench (bar only) until I was about 28 weeks. But then my bump got to big and was putting too much pressure on my uterus. So I switched to slight incline only. Still going strong at 38 weeks with baby #1.
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    before resuming gym rat status

    How long did you ladies all have to wait before heading back to the gym after having your little one? I've been told tobwait six weeks before doing any abdominal work. Anyone been told similar? Or have any advice I'm 39w 3d and trying to prepare myself mentally lol.
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