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My Goal is to lose weight and get healthy... and, let's be honest, I want to look hot. Right now I'm not.
**I had RNY gastric By-pass surgery at the end of June 2011.

I am quite tall (6 ft) and long of limb, I have been told that I am very luck to "carry the extra weight so well". Not really, it just means that I didn't really notice the weight until I hit morbidly obese. I'm tired of being alone because I fined myself so unattractive no one else can fined me attractive. I'm tired of having my weight restrict my activities. I'm tired of being tired.

I've decided to pursue weight loss surgery, I started out sure I wanted the Lap-Band but after more research and talking with my surgeon I've began to pursue Rough-en-Y Gastric Bypass. I've realized that I am unable to keep weight off for the long term on my own and if I don't get a handle on it now my health will only get worse. I know that surgery isn't the magic pill but I believe it will give me the boost I need for long term weight loss and maintenance.

Also, I have an energetic puppy that is going to be joining me on this weight loss adventure, he's a great running/walking buddy.


Member Since: 3/12/2009

Fitness Minutes: 6,436

My Goals:
- Get down to a health weight, my arbitrary goal right now is 175 - 165lbs.
-Cook more/spend less on food
-Eat small bites and chewing thoroughly.
-NO GRAZING!
-Exercise 6-7 days/ week, at least a walk
- Be able to do a chin-up. I'd be happy with just 1.
- Swim a mile.
- Run the 12K Bay 2 Breakers in May 2013.
- Manage my mental health.
-Take my vitamins everyday.


My Program:
- I had my Gastric Bypass in June '11
so I'm following a low carb, high protein diet as mandated by my surgeon.
- Track, track, track the food.
- Running 1 block walking for 3 blocks, as many reps as I can, 1-3x/week. (I'm up to 2 blocks now) -Pilates or weight training 2x/ week
-Walking the dog at least a mile 1 mil/ day or usually closer to 2-5.



Personal Information:
Elizabeth from Sacramento, CA
- 6 ft tall
-piercings and tattoos
-Geek
-college student, theater major - Stage management/ costume design.
-Swimmer
-Dog owner.
-Slowly becoming a runner.


Other Information:
Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.
-- Dr. Suess

Alice came to a fork in the road. "Which road do I take?" she asked.
"Where do you want to go?" responded the Cheshire cat.
"I don't know," Alice answered.
"Then," said the cat, "it doesn't matter."
~Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland




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  • v JINJERLY
    Welcome to our team. emoticon
    2446 days ago
  • v CALGALFOX
    Welcome to the Swimming for Cardio team! Your goals and plan look really reasonable, you can do this. The walking, even 10 minutes a day is a great thing to add on top of whatever else you do. Swimming, of course, is my favorite sport on earth.

    Come join us on our daily chat forum. It's a great place to tell us how things are going, what exercise you've done, what weight you've lost, etc. We can help by being supportive and giving encouragement.

    Carol
    2446 days ago
  • v DBELLE39
    Welcome to the Living Healthy with Insulin Resistance Team!
    2446 days ago
  • v DAISYBELL6
    Welcome to the Swimming for Cardio Team! We are so glad you have joined us! You can get lots of support and help on the team board and of course continue to get healthier in the pool!

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    2446 days ago
  • v CASE4GRACE
    Welcome to the Lap Banders Team! We're so glad you joined us. We have a great group of supportive and encouraging people who are at all different stages with the lap band. I hope you will feel right at home with us. Please make sure to post to the message boards to introduce yourself and ask any questions - we're here for you! I look forward to getting to know you better.

    Best of luck to you on your journey to better health!

    Anita


    2446 days ago
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