Advertisement -- Learn more about ads on this site.

Message Boards
FORUM:   Introduce Yourself

New to Spark

Click here to read our Message Board Beginner's Guide.

Search the
Message Boards:
Advertisement -- Learn more about ads on this site.

Author: Message: Sort First Post on Top

SparkPoints: (4,259)
Fitness Minutes: (4,880)
Posts: 44
3/7/13 12:06 P

Welcome and best of luck to you. You can do it if you go thru the motions!!

SparkPoints: (3)
Fitness Minutes: (0)
Posts: 1
3/7/13 11:27 A

Hello everyone! I am also new to this site. Getting used to its layout and options :)

Posts: 49
3/7/13 11:25 A

I'm new too! Trying to figure this all out!

SparkPoints: (1,985)
Fitness Minutes: (1,917)
Posts: 3
3/7/13 11:10 A

Thabk you for the tips. I have not heard of Fast Break goals so I will look that up ont the website. Good luck on your 5k.

SparkPoints: (28,990)
Fitness Minutes: (7,246)
Posts: 1,012
3/7/13 11:05 A

Welcome to SparkPeople! It is good to hear that you are tracking your food and exercise. That is the best way to keep yourself accountable. Also, setting other goals for yourself to track (such as Fast Break goals) can help. My biggest recommendation is to set up a SparkPage, blog about your progress, and join SparkTeams. Being active in the community and finding friends is really helpful for motivation and overcoming tough times.

SparkPoints: (1,985)
Fitness Minutes: (1,917)
Posts: 3
3/7/13 11:02 A

I Started Spark a week ago and have really like the website so far. Keeps me honest by tracking my food and exercise. I have had success in weight loss before but on Fad diets that as soon as you stop the weight comes back like atkins, Hoping this is more of a lifestyle change I can stick to for a long long time.

Any tips on keeping motivated are overcoming those dreaded Plateaus ?

Thanks emoticon

Page: 1 of (1)  


Diet Resources: calisthenics body | calisthenics clubs | calisthenics program