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  • v ASHPATCH11
    Hey sorry it took me so long to accept ur friend request appernetly my sparkpage settings were not letting ppl add me and would show as private. We are connected now so its all in the past.
    Happy new years!
    1275 days ago
  • v HEALTHIERKEN
    Great to see you still posting on Spark Men.
    Heaps of congratulations on yoiur 58.6 lbs lost!!!!
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    1344 days ago
  • v SEABREEZE65
    Congratulations on your weight loss and continued success.
    Running is FUN!
    1422 days ago
  • v AMLDIXON
    Hello there. Thought I'd stop by and see how you are doing with your goals, and see if you are still doing Insanity. We started around the same time and haven't seen your posts in the group, so I thought I'd check in and say "Hi".

    Hope you are doing geat! Looks like (according to your tracker) that you are losing a great deal of weight. Good for you! I wish I lost weight that fast. Slow and steady(ish) for me.
    1484 days ago
  • v KENNY83
    Hey I saw your post on the insanity forum. I wrote something on there but I forgot a couple things. Google some before and after pics of people that finished insanity and check out the forums, like team beachbody. You'll see a lot of regular joes (disregarding the informercial ppl), some are pretty overweight that started insanity. I remember seeing a couple of blogs where the person had to literally adjust every workout because of their weight and pressure on their knees. They kept at it and their results were amazing. Also an alternative, would be to switch to something easier to build your way up, like beachbody p90(1st one). Anyway, if you decide to do it, consider a heart rate monitor to help track your calories burned and when your in the fat burning zone.

    Anyway, I just wanted to throw that out there. I got pretty motivated when I googled other people's experiences and I wanted to share that with you. Good luck!
    1535 days ago