Because you are probably gaining muscle and losing fat. But muscle wieghts more than fat. It will eventually even itself out and you will be healthy fit and feel great. You may not weight what you would like, but don't pay a lot of attention to that. Weight shouldn't really be the biggest concern.
That answer is 100% correct, however also watch the food you eat. You can do all the walking you want but if the diet isn't right then the results wont be there.
Horrible in the summer months. It's almost as if you are walking through water.
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Walking sticks have a life span of about 18 months.
Fourteen months. It took Spurlock fourteen months to lose the weight gained from his experiment.
its molting, no biggy, just loosing its feathers and growing new ones back. your chicken will have feathers again in about 2 months. it happens almost every year
Mostly in spring months from losing their winter coat,which is always when its the thickest.
Almost 3 months.
Children start walking from 9 months to 1 year. For the rest you do the math
A COUPLE OF MONTHS
You are almost seven months pregnant. ---actually that's wrong. at 30 weeks u are almost 8 months pregnant.
almost 7 months
Almost 3 months.
walks alone--12 months (15-18 months)
Almost 3 months....about 2 months and 3 weeks.
Yes, puppies begin losing their teeth between 4 months and 6 months of age.
It depends on how heavy the baby is it could take 6 months for an baby to start walking or It could take 18 months for an baby to start walking.
I hae heard they started walking t 11 months by my friends who are friends with the Gosselins.
About five and a half calendar months and almost six lunar months.
Almost 3 months pregnant!!
About 3 months if you are losing 2lbs a week.
Usually when they are 4 months old.