IZZYSMOMASHLEY

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  • v ANNESYLVIA
    I am one of your teammates from the class May 2-8th, 2010. I would love to know more about you and your goals. We are all in this together.
    Please keep visiting our coffee hut. And if you have time huddle with us. The more the Merrier...Go team go!


    Anne
    2013 days ago
  • v 60SIXTY
    Ashley,

    WHEW !!

    ......oooO................ I walked all the way over here just
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    ......)../....Oooo...... and a bit of encouragement.
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    ................\..)........ Keep on keepin' on!
    .................\_)....... One small change at a time!!

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    2171 days ago
  • v QUORNDAWG
    Hi Ashley!

    Welcome to spark! You have come to the right place, as there are many tools that can aid you as you work toward your goal.

    Search sparkteams to find a team of people with similar goals and situations. Use the nutrition track to loge everything you eat- the good, the bad, and the ugly. It can be an eye opener as to what you are actually consuming. My favorite tool on the site.

    Best wishes on your journey.

    emoticon
    2173 days ago
  • v 60SIXTY
    emoticon
    You might want to check Coach Nicole's free video here on the website: Desk Workout. You might be able to incorporate one or two of the moves every hour or two.

    I have always chosen pretty healthy foods. The nutrition tracker helped me realize how much I was actually eating. By cutting my calories about 250 / day from what I was eating, I have been able to lose weight. I have found that increasing my exercise has been the most important factor for me. The exercise has been key in getting my cholesterol under control. Even if I eat 500-600 fewer calories from what I used to, I don't seem to lose weight. The smaller decrease combined with exercise has been a winner for me.

    I have some favorite links I like to share with new Spark members:
    Frequently Asked Questions
    www.sparkpeople.com/community/help_a
    ll_faqs.asp
    Dos and Don'ts of a Successful Fitness Plan
    www.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness
    _articles.asp?id=268
    6 "Biggest Loser" Lessons to Forget
    www.sparkpeople.com/resource/motivat
    ion_articles.asp?id=1192
    SparkPeople Tutorial Videos
    www.sparkpeople.com/resource/motivat
    ion_articles.asp?id=1182

    emoticon
    2173 days ago