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Returning to SparkPeople was one of the best decisions I made in 2012.

I hit my goal weight 12/31/12 and it was the best way to end the year. I maintained my goal weight all of 2013 and to celebrate it I joined the At Goal & Maintaining + Transition to Maintenance team.

Motto for 2014: I am an adult! (And will therefore think and act like one, when my inner 3 year old wants to take over!)

Motto for 2015: Shut up and do it!

January- Hit my ...
Returning to SparkPeople was one of the best decisions I made in 2012.

I hit my goal weight 12/31/12 and it was the best way to end the year. I maintained my goal weight all of 2013 and to celebrate it I joined the At Goal & Maintaining + Transition to Maintenance team.

Motto for 2014: I am an adult! (And will therefore think and act like one, when my inner 3 year old wants to take over!)

Motto for 2015: Shut up and do it!

January- Hit my Daily Steps Goal 25/31 days; Finish Korean American Day Maintenance with center weight of 120 lbs- Ended out of range at 126 lbs; Start Tubilustrium Maintenance Challenge with center weight of 121 lbs- Started within range at 124 lbs; workout 5 days/week (with at least 2 gym workouts)- 3/4 weeks; Eat within range 5/7 days/week (according to the Differential Report)- Goal met; Eat 1 chocolate snack/day- I had 6 days this month that I went a bit over board.

February- Monthly Challenges: Continue Tubilustrium Maintenance Challenge with center weight of 121 lbs; Workout 5 days/week (with at least 2 gym days; 3 two-a-days/back-to-back classes); Eat within range 6 days/week (according to the Differential Report); Eat 1 chocolatey snack/day; Earn the 2,500 Monthly Fitness Minutes Award

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Member Since: 4/21/2009

SparkPoints: 119,715

Fitness Minutes: 49,305

My Goals:
- Spark daily

- Get back to within +/- 3 lbs of my goal weight of 120 lbs

- Learn to swim (for real this time)



My Program:
-Track everything

-Weight at the end of each month:
~ January- 126 lbs
~ February- 126 lbs
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Personal Information:
I call sunny Southern California home.
Although I joined SparkPeople in '09 I didn't give in to the process until 08/26/12, that's the day I consider my Sparkversary. (Thanks to ONEKIDSMOMs The Mud Run Story, for pulling me back in.)


Other Information:
-Can't wait to read about everyones' races (from first mile runs to marathons).

-Friend me on RunKeeper username: dalid414

-I still play Words with Friends, invite me to a game, I play all invites. Username: dalid414

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ILOVEMALI
2/28/2015 4:26:46 PM

car. window. sigh....

Happier Saturday!



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SUSIEQ911
2/28/2015 11:43:29 AM

So on your knee pain. If it's feeling like runner's knee, I would start doing lying abductions and lying adductions. You could also do the standing versions. Clams might help too. And if you have a foam roller or a handheld roller, do your IT band. It will hurt like HE double hockey sticks, but it feels oh so good after.

Work on hip strength. I rarely have any knee pain. I haven't been running a lot of miles at a time lately, but when I throw a 4 to 5 miler in there, I really don't have much pain. Maybe I tiny bit of soreness if I don't stretch or roll after but that's it.

And of course ice it for 15 minutes at a time.

Hope if feels better soon. emoticon



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TEENY_BIKINI
2/24/2015 9:46:30 PM

Hope you are having a great winter. Stay warm.

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BOILHAM
2/22/2015 9:38:58 AM

Good job with your nephew! You are setting such a good example for him.



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SCOTMAMA
2/21/2015 10:59:36 PM

Hi Dee! Thanks for stopping by -- and you are not alone with eating your baked potato BARE! More power to you, I can't join you on that one, but if I'm home I enjoy having fat-free sour cream on it, plus lots of pepper.

Did you know that pepper is very good for you? It is, and luckily from my years of eating my Grandma's cooking, I like it -- she had a heavy hand when it came to pepper.
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