Hello and welcome to SP! You will find a lot of things here that can help like the food and exercise trackers: its quite eye opening to see how many calories you are taking in and its very motivating to see how many calories you can burn...all in all it helps keep you on track. I would also suggest you set up your spark page and try to blog each day as it keeps aware of what is going on, can show you what may be a trigger, and lets you vent if you need and by adding some spark buddies, gives them a chance to offer advice and support. We are all on the same journey and its nice to have someone here for you to give you a hand. Hope to be able to do this for you and maybe you can do the same for me too. Good luck! 1791 days ago
Hi! I was like that in the beginning. This is what I did. Week 1 - I made SP recipes during the week for dinner Week 2 - I started using the nutrition tracker. Made adjustments to keep within my calorie count. By week 3 I was feeling a little better and I started really using SP. I didn't start any movement until my second month. Take it slow. Make 1 change at a time and it will start to snowball.
hi i felt like that today then i had to go to zumba once i was in that was it i was on top of the world i could do anything the best thing i find is do something that you enjoy any workout try them all and the one you like put that as your main workout for the week i also find the trackers on site really helpfull just go for it dont let anything hold you back :) 1791 days ago
I agree- why not check out the SparkTeams? You can find people with similar goals, interests, and even people who live in the same state and/or city. it's a great way to find friends, which are a huge part of the SparkPeople support system.