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MARYDEN Posts: 68
6/12/13 1:18 P

I have returned to SP and find it is the easiest way to stay on track. The only problem is to have the time to devote to tracking.

EWL978 Posts: 2,021
6/12/13 12:56 P

glad you're back!!

RRAYNER Posts: 1,063
6/12/13 10:01 A

emoticon Hope you're still enjoying SP. emoticon

LADYJNAR SparkPoints: (22,653)
Fitness Minutes: (15,592)
Posts: 584
7/29/12 6:58 P

Welcome back! emoticon

ILOVEJIM851991 SparkPoints: (101,968)
Fitness Minutes: (47,603)
Posts: 925
7/29/12 11:37 A

welcome back good luck with your goals

ISA858 SparkPoints: (18,270)
Fitness Minutes: (31,088)
Posts: 693
7/29/12 11:23 A

Greetings to all of you that are getting fit over 50. I am a fit 58 years young and back on SP to shed some pounds. I exercise at least an hour a day-- walks, recumbent bike, tennis or simply working out in the yard (plan on getting back to the videos). My weakness is food though! I read Sparks and took a detour a couple years ago. But I'm back and looking forward to meeting and working with you all and this amazing site. I plan on buying the cookbook and cooking healthy for the rest of the summer. Get some good recipes so that when I head back to work in August I have some good ones under my belt :) Cheers to all.

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