First of all scale weight really does not tell you what you need to know.
Make sure you weigh yourself under the same conditions every time, preferably
when you wake up in the morning.
Diet also can affect your scale weight. If you eat extra carbs and
salty foods your body stores extra water.
If you see results in your mid-section and legs you are most likely toning up
by adding lean body mass (muscle) while you burn a little bit of fat.
Your lean mass is what you want to maintain and your fat is what you want to
There is no way to guess if you are losing body fat or muscle and no reason
A simple caliper such as the
Accu-Measure skinfold caliper will estimate your body fat % which
will let you know if you're burning fat, building muscle or not achieving any
results.. It is very easy, convenient (you can do it in 10 seconds at
home) and cheap.
If possible you should get your body fat measured professionally.
It sounds like you have a good training regimen. Make sure you take a
day or 2 every week to abstain from structured exercise. If you exercise
too much and rest too little, you may be overreaching which will lead to plateau
and possibly overtraining syndrome.
Most often the reason why people do not lose weight is diet.
Keep your diet balanced and healthy. No fried foods, no high fat foods
and a moderate amount of protein and high complex carbohydrates.
Eat 4-6 small balanced meals/snacks throughout the day and drink plenty of
Avoid sugary fluids and if possible figure out how many calories you consume.