My goal at the moment is to develop a regular fitness plan and STICK with it. I also want to reach my goal of drinking 8 cups of water a day. I am a massive Pepsi-holic and never drink water so this will be a major change for me!
Regular exercise, monitor food portions and drink WATER. Not skipping meals will be a challenge but eating regular meals and not skipping is something else I will be adding to my program.
I'm 31, married with 3 kids. Always looking for friends that will help keep me motivated and I can do the same. Email me anytime on SparkPeople or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Christian Women find it hard to put ourselves on the priority list, much less on the top! We need support and motivation to be able to guide our families in the right direction. Here you will find prayer groups, support and motivation to get you on the right track.
I extend the warmest WELCOME to you. You may me a bit overwhelmed by the info that is here. But give it some time, and you will be an expert in no time. Everyone on this web site is here for the same reasons, maybe a little different end goals but we all want to have a better quality of life. Loving Spark is something you do. Being Spark member just becomes part of the new you. If you have any questions just ask, someone. That is the cool thing about this site there is always someone to help, to pick you up, to listen just to be there.
Come visit my Spark Page check things out. The team has daily challenges something for everyone at every level. And We would love to have you join..... Enjoy the new journey. ~~~~~~Have a great day and enjoy SPARKING !!!~~~~~~~~
Make change happen.....QUICK FIRE Your LIFE!!! ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~Mic~~~~ Wendy ~~~~ Lynn ~~~ Karen~~
Don't be afraid to eat all three meals. I had to retrain my brain the first month. I weighed in thinking I would've gained because I ate more calories than I'm used to and didn't feel hungry, but I lost 5 pounds the first week. Make healthy choices and look for recipes on spark people recipe search.
That is the reason you are overweight is because your body thinks that it is starving and is conserving all the food it gets. If you don't believe me look it up and you will see what I am telling you is true. They even have it here at Sparks on one of the Healthy Lifestyle pages. Your body needs at least 1200 calories a day just to function (ie breath, heart beat etc) So when you are under 1200 calories a day you are really hurting your body and also causing allot of problems with losing weight.