Posted: 14/11/2013 at 15:26
DanniiW - congratulations on your efforts, you must be really pleased! As others have said, I also think the problem is likely to be that your body is too used to what you are doing and has become more efficient therefore burning fewer calories for the same run. A couple of sessions of high intensity interval sessions a week might help along with some strength training. Muscle burns calories, even when you are doing little therefore having more muscle mass will increase your metabolic rate. Have you tried measuring your body fat content? I know the home use devices are generally unreliable but if you do use one you can get a rough idea of where your percentage is going over a period of time. It is better to have that info rather than solely relying on weighing yourself. If you don't want to invest in one then the cheap alternative is to regularly take various measurements such as waist, thigh, upper arms etc and see how they progress. Good luck in your continued efforts!