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KANDOLAKER Posts: 1,902
11/25/12 9:15 A

That is superb!! Way to stick with it and make it happen. Keep it up and best wishes!!

GETINSHAPEGA SparkPoints: (0)
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11/25/12 8:38 A

Fantastic! Keep going.

TDEMAIO2 SparkPoints: (0)
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11/25/12 8:11 A

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MCFHARPIST SparkPoints: (50,166)
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11/25/12 3:08 A

KITTYMEOW55403, if you are not using it yet, start using the Nutrition Tracker immediately. Make it your BFF. If you keep your tracker daily numbers within the bottom line ranges for calories, carbs, fat, and protein, you will see results beyond your wildest dreams. Guaranteed. That's what happened to me. I went from 158 to 128 in 9 months. I also did Official Sparkpeople Bootcamps Challenges, which sculpted my body.

Nutrition Tracker + consistent exercise = head-turning, jaw-dropping results. I kid you not!

Spark On!

WDWCHICK Posts: 787
11/22/12 11:01 A

I've been there and it's the most frustrating. Glad something worked for you. Congrats!

MAGGIEVAN SparkPoints: (204,150)
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11/22/12 4:55 A

Congrats! Excellent news.

SUSUSUZZZIE Posts: 7,038
11/21/12 9:43 A

emoticon on breaking your plateau!
Keep up the great job!

NEWSTARTNANA Posts: 1,176
11/21/12 8:06 A

I've been there - great job hanging in there! Congratulations! Plateaus always seem to come right before those important benchmarks - at least mine have. I appreciate how hard it is to stay with the program when the scale doesn't move and I know how fantastic it feels when it finally does. It's almost worth all the agony of waiting! emoticon Keep Sparkin'

JENNILACEY SparkPoints: (80,279)
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11/21/12 6:39 A

You must feel amazing! Way to go!

KITTYMEOW55403 SparkPoints: (7,761)
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11/21/12 1:41 A

After a rough couple of months of car-theft and job loss, I gained a bit of weight and have been trying, trying, trying, trying, TRYING, trying, to break my 160 plateau FOR OVER FOUR MONTHS. I bought a pedometer two days ago to increase my motivation to get outside and walk. As of this morning, I am 157.4, and I am pretty thrilled to see those numbers on my digital scale.

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