a message from bigbootys-and-yogapants
It sounds like you may be misestimating something in your plan. Perhaps the foods you’re eating aren’t as healthy as they appear to be, or maybe you’re not eating enough calories. A lot of folks drop straight to 1200 calories when they’re trying to lose weight, but most people need more than that. Consider adjusting your caloric intake. You may also be miscalculating the amount of calories you burn with your workout. That’s a common issue, especially considering that the caloric burn readouts on exercise machines are wrong 99% of the time.
It also may help you to try working out in the mornings instead. Exercise boosts your metabolism, so it’s a good way to wake up and get your body burning fuel faster. And remember to give yourself time to see the changes. Focus on how you feel, not what the scale says.