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LKEITHO SparkPoints: (306,964)
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2/17/12 9:17 P

Welcome to SparkPeople! You'll find lots of support, information and inspiration here. All the best on achieving your goals!

Keith

Treadmill Desk Users Team Leader www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_i
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RAYLINSTEPHENS SparkPoints: (223,023)
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2/17/12 2:51 P

we'll still be here when you get back to us!

good luck with your surgery and may you have a speedy recovery!

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Start with your Start Page! Here is a video to help you unlock the power of Your Start Page:
www.sparkpeople.com/resource/motivation_ar
ticles.asp?id=1124


Here's the video for the Nutrition Tracker - the best tool online!
www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=1154


I was 54 when I joined SparkPeople and 56 when I came back and started my Spark Program, starting with Stage One. This is a one day at a time program, but if you do the SparkPeople Program Steps, it really does work. I am terribly average, it's the SP program that is extraordinary.

I found logging my foods in the Nutrition Tracker helped me to lose 90 lbs in 16 months! I started at 210 and went to 120. I am 5'1.5" short, lol.

I hung clothing that was too small on my closet door and every time I would get discouraged I would try them on. Week by week they started fitting! That kept me motivated.

Welcome aboard, we really are all in the same boat! Sometimes we can sail right along but sometimes we have to be rowing like crazy!

You can make it happen! SparkPeople really does work!

I spent most of my 60 years in Obesityville - that is one town I never want to visit ever again!
Slim City is way more fun!!

Linda
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10K Steps a Day
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I went from 210-120 in 16 months with SparkPeople!
My maintenance range is 120-125 lbs.
In Maintenance since 8/11/09!!

Lifetime Spirited Underdog!

I didn't "make it happen" the first time, I "made it happen" the last time!

TIGGER2094 Posts: 503
2/17/12 2:48 P

Jim,

Definately do not stop the "eating healthy" portion of the journey. Good luck with your surgery, and don't try to do anything exercise-related until the doctors have cleared you! And, easy does-it from the beginning. Keep us posted :)

Tamika

Happily married mother of three girls.
Girl Scout parent volunteer

"I know God will not give me anything I can't handle. I just wish that He didn't trust me so much."
-Mother Teresa
PROVENIENCE SparkPoints: (4,858)
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Posts: 53
2/17/12 1:59 P

I would like to say thank you to all those who welcomed me aboard. It will take me awhile to sort things out as I have to delay the exercise elements of the program for about a month due to surgery. Jim

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