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Sometimes it’s hard to stay on track in this battle to lose weight. I know I’m not alone when I say I’m starting over again. I’ve been here many times before declaring my goals, committing to a regiment of a healthier lifestyle for eating an exercise. I sound like a broken record over and over and over again. Yet here I am making these promises to myself.

I guess the positive thing about it is I’m still here to make the promise, to give it another shot, to succeed at what I failed to do time and time again. I know many of you have the same testament; that’s why we’re here to give it another go. So with that in mind, I’m leaving the past in the past; I can’t undo what’s done; but I can do better than I did yesterday; step by step, one day at a time.



Member Since: 5/13/2009

Fitness Minutes: 46,409

My Goals:
Six (6) week S.M.A.R.T. goals:
Lose 8 pounds by February 15, 2017
From January 4, 2017 – February 15, 2017

Week One:
Cut back on soft drinks
Exercise for 30 minutes 3 days/week

Week 2:
Cut back on soft drinks 2 per week
Exercise 30 minutes 3 days/week

Week 3:
Soft Drink safe from Pepsi to Pepsi Max
Exercise 45 minutes 3 days/week
Add strength training

Week 4:
Soft Drink safe from Pepsi to Pepsi Max
Exercise 45 minutes 3 days/week
Strength train

Week 5
Soft Drink safe from Pepsi to Pepsi Max
Exercise 60 minutes 3 days/week
Strength train

Week 6
No soft drinks
Exercise 60 minutes 3 days/week
Strength train
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My Program:
Exercise
Cut back on sweets
Cut back on sodium
Eat more fruits and vegetables
Drink more water
Weight train



Personal Information:
My name is : Julynn McLymore-Washington

Email: weighless@embarqmail.com

I live in North Carolina


Other Information:
I love fishing, movies, movies.

I purchased a Road bike May 2013 and I really love to ride, so now I�m a beginner cyclist. I love sports, basketball, softball, volleyball, golf, football, bowling, you name it!

I really love technology,any new gadget fascinates me!





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  • v SHELLE13
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    Happy Belated Birthday, Done Girl! Hope you had a wonderful day and all the best for the year ahead! Woot woot!!!
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    340 days ago
  • v SUN66SHINE
    Your new job is someones old job.
    Your new excuse is someones old excuse.
    Your new health plan is someones old heath plan.
    You may not be chartering new waters in finding the new you, but you can be positive and have fun along the way.
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    372 days ago
  • v SUN66SHINE
    Evening! If you give up now, how will you ever know you could have succeeded? No matter the cost or sacrifice, keep pushing yourself beyond your own boundaries. Make this minute the minute of decision and break free of your self-made limitations!!
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    374 days ago
  • v SUN66SHINE
    Hello. I thought I’d share a personal observation that seemed to have been a popular one. I hope you don’t mind if I share it again:

    Every fat cell acquired through life is accompanied with either a good or bad memory. No wonder losing weight is such an emotional journey!

    DON'T GIVE UP!!
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    377 days ago
  • v SUN66SHINE
    Howdy! If we can’t do 1 sit-up, why set a goal to do 100 sit ups by the end of the week? Although we may have the desire to set miraculous goals, temper them with reality and tone the goals down into achievable goals…then we will reap a feeling of success instead of failure and frustration. Another new day is here! You're doing great! Keep up the hard work and sacrifices!
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    378 days ago
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