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Your body shape is what it is, it doesn't change as you lose/gain weight.
Minor changes can be done with exercise.
a) you may be loosing inches all over, maybe in one area more so than the other that you may have not considered. Example in your face, hands, and arms/ cup size if you're female.
b) Your loss may be more noticeable the further you go along, however a change in shape i.e. a more defined pear or hour-glass figure may be more pronounced with a significantly less body fat %
c)(which is more likely) you may think that you haven't changed in shape or rather size but I bet others may have noticed a slight difference. I think this really deals with one's perception, as I know personally when I lost my first 20lbs I didn't notice at all until someone pointed it out to me lol. Mind you the mind takes a bit of catching up when one goes about losing a bit of weight.
Either way congratulations on the 9lbs loss, fantastic work hun! Consider weight lifting or even pilates if you really want to change your shape once you meet target weight.
The weight must be coming off somewhere, did you take body measurements before you started?
Maybe it's internal fat you're losing (which is the bad stuff) not sure if that loss is so visible, hopefully one of the nerdy people will answer.
You may not notice the weight at the start it can take more then a stone, i find, until you see any difference, but to make a difference, exercise and toning
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