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Member Since: 7/29/2007

SparkPoints: 27,683

Fitness Minutes: 76,419

My Goals:
I want to lose 12 pounds by March 9, 2009.



My Program:
Exercise plan - work out 7 days per week for one hour.

Cardio workout to consist of interval walking/jogging or the elliptical trainer for 50-60 minutes. On the days that I strength train do cardio for 30 minutes.

Strength train every other day for 30 minutes.

Diet - Eat the recommended calories and record them on sparkpeople.

Water - 8 glasses per day.





Personal Information:
I am 48 years old. I have young adult children. My son is 21 years old and my daughter is 18. I have been married to a wonderful man for 26 years.

Other Information:
I am a CPA.

I have a terrier-mix dog named Corkie.

I like to read, quilt, and do yard work.

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SHARMIKA04
5/25/2011 8:17:13 PM

Thanks It will more than likely be a while but I am planning on going to a zumba class with my mom when I go to visit the family in september. I may come back in dig in my pockets and find a spot near me if I really enjoy it.



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AMYISSUCCEEDING
5/20/2011 2:05:46 PM

Welcome to the Slowest Loser! Glad you have joined our team.
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LOSER05
3/4/2011 2:07:48 PM

your welcome.



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MELTING2SVELTE
12/31/2010 6:26:15 PM

Oooooh, sourdough bread, yum! I did that once many years ago. I was living in a tipi actually, my kids were 5 and 2, and I kept a start on the back of the wood stove. It got sour real quick. I pucker just remembering it! emoticon



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ILLINITEACHER52
7/20/2010 8:09:32 PM

Hi! - Nuts are kind of a high fat type of protein but it is usually healthy fat that is helpful to our bodies. Count out the nuts in a serving and put them into a snack size bag or small container. Count them in the nutrition tracker and it will let you know if you are going over your fat allotment for the day. A handful of almonds after school can keep me from devouring anything in sight when I get home from school in the evening so they are very helpful to me.



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