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以下の文章を和訳お願いします>< 同時に質問しているものの続きの文章になります。 少々長いのですが宜しくお願いします>< 4. Month 2: Since starting her diet, Shumpert has gained endurance and self-discipline. She needs plenty of it as she faces temptation from her family and her fiancé. "Food is a huge part of our relationship. And so if I'm not eating as much as him, I don't know if it fmakes him feel bad, but he's just like, ’Come on, eat it. Don't make me eat by myself.'" Despite the temptations, Shumpert is sticking to her diet and talking an extra step: Although she's limiting herself to a meager 1,500 calories. And she's keeping a close record in her food journal. But is all her hard work paying off? At her second weigh-in, Shumpert, who started out at 308 Ibs., is down a whopping 14 Ibs. 5. Things are running down to the wire for Shumpert. Adding to her mounting stress is the fixer-upper house she and her fiancé bought, which needs extensive remodeling. She decides to give herself a break and relieve some tension. On her last birthday as single woman, she throws her worries aside and hits her favorite Mexican restaurant. "I don't feel bad about it. I don't feel guilty. I'm enjoying my birthday," she said that night. Of course, she pays dearly the next morning: As she's doing her leg presses, she hates those tacos. Her gown has finally arrived and it's the moment of truth: Lisa gets the dress on, but still can't zip it up. Her dressmaker holds off on alterations for three weeks-which is not alot of time to lose another four inches from her waist. 6.Her Wedding Day: by her wedding day, Shumpert has lost a total of 30 Ibs. It's short of her 40-Ibs. goal, but for her, it's an amazing achievement. The woman who couldn't fit in the largest size of her wedding dress can comfortably zip her gown. She went from a size 24 two a size 18. Did she keep the weight off? A year after her wedding, Lisa Shumpert has maintained her weight.

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4.二ヶ月目 ダイエットを始めてから、シュンパートは我慢強さと自制心を得ました。家族とフィアンセからの誘惑に直面するのでそうする必要があるのです。「食べ物は私達にとってとても大きな部分を占めるんです。だからもし私が彼と同じくらい食べなかったら、彼が気分を害するかどうかはわかりませんけどこうはなると思います"ねえ、食べようよ。1人で食べさせないでよ。"」様々な誘惑にもめげず、シュンパートはダイエットをやり続け、もう一歩踏み込みました。栄養士は1日2,200カロリーを上限としたのですが、彼女はわずか1,500カロリーを自分自身に課していると言うのです(※1)。そして彼女は自分の食事日記に詳細な記録を書き続けています。しかし彼女のこうした全ての努力は実を結んでいるのでしょうか?2度目の体重測定で、最初140キロだったシュンパートはなんと約6.4キロも減っています。 ※1: >Although she's limiting herself to a meager 1,500 calories. これだけでは文脈が成り立たないので、オリジナルの下記文章で訳してみました。 Although her nutritionist put her on a limit of 2,200 calories a day, she says she’s limiting herself to a meager 1,500 calories 5.シュンパートにとって物事が仕上げ段階で停滞しています。彼女の増大するストレスに更に加わったのは、彼女とフィアンセが買った大規模な改装が必要なボロ家です。彼女は一休みしていくらかでも緊張を和らげようと決めます。独身最後の誕生日、彼女は心配事を一まず脇において、お気に入りのメキシコ料理のレストランへ到着。「悪いことだとは感じないし、罪の意識もないわ。私は誕生日を楽しんでるのよ。」とその晩彼女は言いました。勿論翌朝彼女には罰が当たります。レッグプレス(※2)をしながら、(食べた)タコスを呪いました。彼女のドレスがやっと到着し、真実の瞬間が来ます。リサはドレスを着ますが、まだジッパーを上げることが出来ません。 仕立て屋さんはあと3週間、ドレスの修正を先延ばしします。それはウエストをもう約10cm減らすには十分な時間とは言えません。 ※2:ウエイトトレーニングの種目の一つ。専用のレッグプレスマシンを使用し、下半身、特に大腿四頭筋・大臀筋・中臀筋を鍛えるもの。 6.結婚式当日 結婚式までにションパートは合計約14キロ減らしました。それは目標であった18キロには足りませんでしたが彼女にとっては素晴らしい成果です。もっとも大きなサイズのウエディングドレスを着ることが出来なかった女性が、楽にジッパーをおろすことができるのです。彼女はサイズ24号から18号になりました。彼女は減った体重を維持したのか? 結婚後の1年、リサ・シュンパートは自身の体重を維持していました。

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