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MOM2HEC SparkPoints: (0)
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8/6/11 11:17 P

I think that would be great for me!

HSEISER Posts: 156
8/6/11 12:09 P

Makes me happy to see arm muscles developing, but still wish my abs were tighter and my thighs were smaller - baby steps, though.

JAN1177 Posts: 239
8/6/11 8:37 A

I'm heavier, so the mirror doesn't help at this point. I've lost almost 40 pounds, but it doesn't show in the mirror. It helps more that I'm wearing smaller sizes.

CARILOUIE SparkPoints: (84,592)
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8/6/11 8:14 A

I have full-length mirrors all over the place, thanks to the guy who lived in our house before we bought it! For me the mirror is actually a good thing... I can spy a new muscle or a more pronounced curve when I glance in it.

BUTTERFLYMOMMA2 Posts: 42
8/6/11 7:47 A

The mirror thing works but it also brings out the anoxia in me. I like to see results and when I look in the mirror it makes me want to be skinner like all the women with the beautiful bodies. I tell myself that I am fat or some days I actually that wow it is coming back to shape (my body that is). So yes the mirror works and does motivate if your a strong person and can handle the pressure it also gives.

EARTHMOM56 Posts: 419
8/6/11 6:40 A

Taking a daily peek into my full length mirror requires courage and motivates me BIG TIME!
Try it. Have you studied yourself in a full length mirror?
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