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2012 HAS A GREAT SOUND

Monday, January 02, 2012

I LOVE THE SOUND OF OF THE NUMBER 2012 - THIS IS GOING TO BE MY MOST HEALTHY YEAR YET.... STARTING NOW!

  
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TMW54812 1/2/2012 1:56PM

    Let the good times roll!! emoticon

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Update

Friday, July 29, 2011

Still alive and on my program.

  
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SHARK59 9/22/2011 10:28PM

    Denny - glad you are alive - golf game?

Stay the course.

Shark

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Update - still holding

Friday, July 29, 2011

Chocolate was my downfall but and early death was my insperation.
Hit a bump in the road, but back on track!

  


Here we go again update

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Well, here I am, about 11 weeks into my re-start and looking back I have learned:
1. The first week is always the easiest
2. You can realize significant progress in your first month - mine was a loss of 12 lbs.
3. After two months you become very cocky and think you have it in the bag - 20 lbs lost and on a roll.
4. At 10 weeks you wonder why you have not lost any more weight and you call it a "plateau".
5. At eleven weeks you wake up and get back to work.
dennyb

  
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SUITABLE 4/5/2011 5:53AM

    I am at the same place and can relate.

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JETLAG320 4/1/2011 8:32AM

    Denny - I just read your story on your Spark Page and your blogs. Powerful writing !! You can see INSIDE of my head, and have the give to put it into words. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, motivating others out there (like me), and best wishes to you !

Kevin

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FITNESSFREAK10 3/20/2011 10:09AM

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Here we go again - poor health and my (re)new plan.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Ah yes, my disease is poor health and the symptoms are excess weight, loss of energy, inability to perform rather simple tasks and a deteriorating ego. The cure is simple... honest self analysis and a commitment to change. The tools are available and well known. The path to success has been traveled before. So, forgive yourself for letting your wheels come off and for letting poor habits seduce you into your current state of disrepair.

Use your lessons learned to give you the strength to never let this happen again. You must remember never, ever to use the word "maintenance" - sounds like "no more work" .... or "hey, let's see what happens". We have this disease and we have to deal with it at all times, aggressively, - it will never go away, it will never be cured. Poor health is always just around the corner, hiding in the shadows, waiting for the opportunity to wreck havoc upon us. The good news is that we have the power to keep it in its place - with continued hard work and the power of self love.
My thoughts as I begin again.
dennyb

  
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LIZZIEB122 3/20/2011 9:26AM

    I completely understand Dennis. Way to go, its not a new beginning but another fresh start. You motivate those of us on the same road. Thanks emoticon

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YOGABEAR516 1/31/2011 3:02PM

    You CAN do this. So can I. Here we go again. :)

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