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JAMIE78 Posts: 211
4/18/13 5:51 P

Way to go! There will be plateaus, so enjoy these times. They feel darn good!

MITCHARVEY Posts: 162
4/17/13 8:26 A

Great job emoticon

KATIESCARLETT Posts: 1,138
4/17/13 7:43 A

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COANNIE SparkPoints: (9,512)
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4/16/13 4:18 P

Way to go!!

MELMOMOF4 SparkPoints: (7,311)
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4/16/13 9:09 A

that's great. emoticon

SIMPLELIFE2 Posts: 707
4/13/13 2:14 P

Great job! Make sure you take measurements as well. BMI can become very skewed as you build muscle mass. And word of warning, it may slow down a bit as you become closer to your goal. Don't get discouraged. Eyes on the prize.

MOMMYOF2RN Posts: 569
4/12/13 11:32 P

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Way to Go, Great Job! emoticon emoticon

PATTISTAMPS SparkPoints: (70,484)
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4/12/13 9:41 A

Woo Hoo! Great job! I know it is a great feeling to be "ahead"! Keep that routine, and you will be at goal before you know it!

CLWALDRO Posts: 4,583
4/12/13 6:57 A

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You should be very proud of your progress

MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 14,239
4/12/13 6:53 A

Well done!

SCAREWALDORF SparkPoints: (60,467)
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4/11/13 3:54 P

Fantastic! Excellent job! xoxo

TANNERZ SparkPoints: (17,516)
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4/11/13 3:01 P

I set a goal of 10KG weight loss for 3 months (22 pounds).. almost at week 6 and already have lost 22 pounds.. currently at a 21 pound weight loss!

Started this journey at 34.5 BMI, now at 31.7!! Almost out of obese! First goal done in 1 month and a half! Yahoo!

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