Fitness Minutes: (54,793)
1/4/14 2:27 A
Fitness Minutes: (35,879)
2,242 1/4/14 1:05 A
Congratulations to everyone who lost or maintained as planned! It's really hard this time of the year to be successful at eating healthy and maintaining a work out schedule.
For those who weren't so successful it sounds like everyone is getting back on track! Which is what is really important. Not letting a small weight gain get us completely derailed. In the past if I had gained I would just give up. I'm really glad to hear all of the positive attitudes out there!
Fitness Minutes: (639)
1/3/14 11:47 P
Fitness Minutes: (127,716)
2,059 1/3/14 9:06 P
gained a little
We don't stop playing because we grow old - we grow old because we stop playing.
Fitness Minutes: (15,724)
1/3/14 9:01 P
Gained 1.5 lbs. Not too bad. I am working hard to get it back off!
1/3/14 8:12 P
1/3/14 7:38 P
a little gain. Working on losing in soon.
T from NYC.
God created us out of love,on purpose for a purpose."
1/3/14 7:24 P
Lost! I'm actually surprised that I did as well as I did. I started exercising and trying to eat better in December and I almost didn't start because I thought it would be a lost cause I convinced myself that this has to be a lifestyle change and I'm going to have to learn how to handle the holidays. I did well and I'm so happy!
I kept up mostly with my exercise, but my eating was a little more than I would have liked as I spent a week and a half out of my normal environment. I'm showing a small bounce since right before Christmas, but I've maintained overall since Halloween which is really all I was trying to do as I'm very close to goal. I've already have lost a chunk of the bounce, so I suspect that a good part of it was due to eating more processed foods and more sodium than I'm used to.
1/3/14 8:34 A
I was on vacation unable to track and no say as to what I ate. I only gained 3 lbs and have lost it back already.
When I got back from my sister's family it looked as if I'd put on 3lb, but that soon came off again. I'm not attempting to lose at present as I plateaued for so long I thought my metabolism might need a boost - but I'm still trying to be a bit sensible!! I'm starting back in seriously after my Israel holiday at the end of January.
I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns. Philippians 1:6
During the holidays I lost 4 pounds since I ate smaller portions and eliminated a lot of processed foods and ate very little sweets and high calorie food. I also did a lot of activity and cardio videos along with my strength training so that helped me considerably~
kayah Sin City, NV Panthers 29/30 TNT Guru Panthers #27-30
"I want to live my life like I feel at a Michael Franti concert." - Team Franti
"If a person wants to be a part of your life, they will make an obvious effort to do so. Think twice before reserving a space in your heart for people who do not make an effort to stay."
Fitness Minutes: (94,201)
1/2/14 6:39 P
Ruth -----------------------------May you live everyday of your life. Jonathan Swift
Fitness Minutes: (14,483)
1,156 1/2/14 6:36 P
Fitness Minutes: (74,443)
3,293 1/2/14 6:09 P
Maintained....well, lost a tiny bit, but I am back at the same old set-point.
Highest weight-340+ Started Spark-255 lbs Mini goal-200 lbs Goal- around 160 lbs
Fitness Minutes: (6,555)
1/2/14 2:54 P
I might have gained a pound or 2...still letting my body recover a bit from the drinking holiday that was NYE. My big goal was not to go back over 160 and I think that's accomplished!
Fitness Minutes: (35,879)
2,242 1/2/14 2:21 P
My goal for the holidays was to maintain my weight, eat healthy while still enjoying some treats and to keep up with my exercise.
I'm quite happy to say that I actually managed to do this! Whoopie!!!!!!! I think this is the first year that I was able to enjoy without overindulging, without gaining weight and without hating myself the next day.
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