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Hi! My name is Stephanie and I live in California with my husband and two kids.

I weighed 281 lbs when I joined SparkPeople in September 2012. My highest recorded weight was 291 in May 2011. I reached my goal weight of 140 lbs in February 2014.

I have had a difficult time adjusting to maintenance. To date I have regained 40 lbs. I'm working on developing a more reasonable mindset when it comes to food (this means avoiding binges).
Hi! My name is Stephanie and I live in California with my husband and two kids.

I weighed 281 lbs when I joined SparkPeople in September 2012. My highest recorded weight was 291 in May 2011. I reached my goal weight of 140 lbs in February 2014.

I have had a difficult time adjusting to maintenance. To date I have regained 40 lbs. I'm working on developing a more reasonable mindset when it comes to food (this means avoiding binges).




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Member Since: 9/10/2012

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When I was losing, I tracked everything and kept within my nutrition goals religiously.

Now I'm trying to figure out maintenance. I still exercise regularly. I'm working on developing a more reasonable mindset when it comes to food (this means avoiding binges).

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12/31/2015 11:16:11 AM

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ADARKARA
12/28/2015 8:03:57 AM

You don't have to start with a 20-lb. :) I'm just happy you started with a 2-digit number! I know a lot of people who start with 5-lbs which is a waste of money because you don't get anything out of it. You may find you want to get a second bell that's heavier for doing 2-handed routines eventually, and keep the one you have for 1-handed. You'll find you can do different moves with different weights. I can do one-handed rows with 40-lbs but the rest of the one-handed stuff I need to use the 30-lb.

Hope you love your new toy! :)



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10/14/2015 12:05:07 PM

Thank you for your comments. I am glad to hear you appreciate the blogs... That motivates me to keep writing them.



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9/23/2015 10:23:33 AM

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Stopping by to wish you a bountiful AUTUMN...
~*~ May You find this AUTUMN filled with an Abundance
of BLESSings to be Grateful for ~*~

~BLESSings ~ ALLways ~*~ Deby

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