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JULIA1154 Posts: 1,783
10/1/12 4:37 P

Congratulations to each of you - it's great to hear from people who are FEELING the benefits as well as seeing them. emoticon

Sometimes I'll pick up something heavy, such as a box of cat litter or the like, and as I'm hefting it will realize that I used to carry even more that that around with me every day! It's pretty eye-opening and sure helps keep me determined to keep those pounds off for good.

Enjoy your healthy journey.

SELTZER111 SparkPoints: (17,222)
Fitness Minutes: (13,210)
Posts: 636
9/28/12 6:13 A

I started SP August 22 and have put in fitness minutes nearly every day. I am amazed at how much energy I have !!! I was in meetings yesterday at work and was so antsy to get up and move (not how it used it be I tell you !) I am most impressed that it happened in only 6 weeks !! Good luck to all of all of you on your journey to a healthier you ! We CAN do it !!

JIBBIE49 Posts: 57,861
9/28/12 6:09 A


QUEENESTHERP SparkPoints: (6,768)
Fitness Minutes: (13,877)
Posts: 37
9/24/12 9:55 P

I am on the same page! Feeling better is quite the benefit of what we are doing here! I just started Spark again a few weeks ago and when I weighed myself this morning....I lost 4 pounds!!! I am very happy!
Keep up your good will pay off! emoticon

JMEEMB Posts: 56
9/24/12 9:44 P

I am with you on feeling better and having more energy. That is more important to me than looking better.

WILLIACH1 Posts: 34
9/24/12 10:07 A

I'm so tired of dragging around extra weight...time to start moving! So far, I have lost around 12 lbs. I'm so proud of my weight loss. Time to start getting better by getting fit.

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