I am going to lose 50 pounds in one year. I began on June 1st 2012.
I also want to eat better and get into much better shape.
I walk with my dog every day. She doesn't let me miss a day!
I do weight lifting with Kathy Smith's tape 3 times a week. I do "Abs of Steel" by Tamilee Webb 4-5 times a week. They are really helping me get in shape. I know a lot of people hate strrength training but I love doing it. I love the way you can still feel it hours later.
I have started the 5K Your Way Walk/Jog Program from SP. Maybe I'll turn into a runner, weirder things have happened!
I love how the nutrition tracker helps to keep me in line.
I live in Albuquerque, New Mexico with my husband of 39 years, my son and my dog.
You must act as if it is impossible to fail. ~Ashanti Proverb
“One may walk over the highest mountain one step at a time.” ~John Wanamaker
Remember to fill your life, not your stomach. ~INDYGIRL
OK, I just tracked fitness "Testing SP Settings." I don't see it in my feed. If you don't see it in yours, then we know the answer. On your Feed page, click the "Edit the privacy settings of your Activity Feed" link. The bottom on the list should be Tracking Fitness. Uncheck those two boxes and you should be free from posting every crunch and toe-touch you track on the site!
Good morning! Well, I thought I'd found the spot to stop SP from automatically posting fitness, but now I'm not sure. I unchecked the Fitness Tracking box in the Activity Feed settings, where you choose what you share and what you see from others. I'll have to post some more fitness tracking to see if that worked. If I find the magic key, I'll let you know. Fingers crossed!!
“Participate in your dreams today. There are unlimited opportunities available with this new day. Take action on those wonderful dreams you've had in your mind for so long. Remember, success is something you experience when you act accordingly.” -Steve Maraboli
Thank you for commenting on my blog, "Today Is The Only Day That Matters." Make the most of your day!
"We must not, in trying to think about how we can make a big difference, ignore the small daily differences we can make which, over time, add up to big differences that we often cannot foresee." -Marian Wright Edelman
Thank you for commenting on my blog, "Three Months From Now." Have a great week!