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OK sparkfriends, which is correct?

Sunday, February 06, 2011

I guess I never paid much attention. When I input 30 minutes on the elliptical into my fitness tracker, it says I burned 518 calories. According to the readout on the actual machine, it says 360. Which do you use? I would think it's the one on the machine. That's a big difference as far as calories in calories out goes... What do you all use?

UPDATE:
I checked out a few other online calculators, as suggeted by MADTHENURSE, and I had to put in my weight. They all said I burned between 475 and 600 calories. I think I may just go with SP!

  
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KKP4673 2/6/2011 11:49PM

    Good that you double-checked! However, I really think there are so many varying factors involved in how many calories you actually burn.

Reward yourself with the fact that you burned them for the minutes!! That is how I would encourage you!! Pursue the time in and .... Go for "Progress, not Perfection!"

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TABALICIOUS 2/6/2011 2:56PM

  I've often wondered the same thing

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LOREENYK 2/6/2011 2:00PM

    I don't know about ellipticals but most treadmills assume a weight of 120 pounds, therefore, calories burned will be off if you weigh more or less. The closest you will get to actual is if you use a heart rate monitor that calculates calories based on effort (actual heart rate).

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_COSMOPAULATAN_ 2/6/2011 12:38PM

    If you can, get a HRM since it takes into account your weight and what energy your heart is expending. Here's my example. I did the elliptical for 60 minutes. The machine told me I burned 600 calories, my HRM said 390. 210 calorie difference!!!

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MY2CHIX 2/6/2011 11:36AM

    I 2nd what MADTHENURSE wrote - You have to factor in your weight - a 250lb person doing the same exercise as a 135lb person is going to burn a lot more calories. If you have ever noticed that the fitness part of spark does calculate your weight when factoring your exercise. Such a great site!
WooHoo - you are doing GREAT!

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TEMPEST272002 2/6/2011 11:22AM

    As others have said, I'd use the one that factors height & weight. To tell you the truth, I always wonder how accurate these calculations are - so I tend to focus more on my time goals. Great job getting the exercise in!

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THINAGAIN66 2/6/2011 10:24AM

    I get a difference when I walk on the treadmill too. SP is always lower, so I use that. Makes me work longer and harder.


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BLEGNER1 2/6/2011 8:48AM

    The machine may not take in all your vital statistics so I would venture to say that SP would be more reliable.

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SCHUBERTR1 2/6/2011 7:42AM

  360 is more accurate especially if you're putting your weight into the elliptical. Another note: the machines are often off by about 10% so you're probably burning more like 300. If you really want to be accurate get a heart rate monitor. Polar makes some really good ones.

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RIDLEYRIDER 2/6/2011 7:25AM

  Whichever one factors in the weight and height would be more accurate, I would think.

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MADTHENURSE 2/6/2011 7:22AM

    Does your eliptical have your height and weight programmed in? If not, I'd definitely go with SP. Weight plays a huge role in how many calories you burn with any activity. Typically, the exercise equipment (unless it's really expensive stuff) has an average programmed in. We don't yet fit into the average group...(but those days are comming!!). There are a few on line "calculators" that you could compare and see which you think is closer, but I'd guess sp is more accurate.

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GEMINIJENNY25 2/6/2011 7:14AM

    i would use the one on here i think spark factors in your actual weight/height stats? not sure

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Total waste of time... mostly

Saturday, January 29, 2011

So I went to the gym for my free meeting with the trainer. I had high hopes for this meeting. He'd be able to tell me what exercises to do, to rid me of the bat wings and what I can do tone my whole body and up my cardio. Well, it didn't exactly happen that way. Of course we filled out paperwork, and he asked me a ton of questions. He was impressed with my weight loss and knowledge of nutrition (insert plug for SP here). He made me get on the scale, which is hard enough to do , let alone on a different scale at the end of the day, UGH! After all the talk, I was waiting for him to take me out to the gym and give me the magic combination of cardio and ST to really jump start things, and get me moving into the next phase of my journey... so WRONG! He says "I charge $75 for 5 sessions, where I will tell you exactly what ST and cardio you need to do, to really drop the weight and get healthy at the same time." I was totally heart broken. I really was about to cry. I thought this was my salvation, my saving grace. Someone was finally going to tell me what to do and how to do it. NOPE! I love SP and I would NOT have been able to do this without them. I love the website and all the info on it. The recipes, and tracker, goal setting and the workout videos. But having someone teach me face to face how to do this would have been so great! As disappointed as I was with the meeting, he did say a few things that I hope will help. He told me I wasn't eating enough calories. I'm staying in the SP range, but on the lower end. He told me I should never eat fewer than 1500 if I'm working out 5 days a week. My workouts should consist of 30 minutes of cardio and 30 minutes of ST, and a lower carb / higher protein diet will help me lose fat and build lean muscle. So even though I didn't get a step by step instruction guide on what type of ST to do, I did get some good info out of him. Bonus... I didn't have to pay $75!

  
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TEMPEST272002 2/4/2011 5:25PM

    How disappointing. Not exactly what you were led to believe you'd get. He should have, at the very least, shown you how to use the machines. I agree that you should go back and ask for this to be thrown in.

As for workout ideas, I see that sparkpeople have an option to include gym machines in the workout generator. Have you checked it out yet?

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FEARLESSFATLESS 1/31/2011 12:48PM

    That "sucks" :( It's hard when you get your hopes up...when you feel like you'll finally find THE answer, and it ends up being disappointing.

Just a thought, have you considered doing some kind of circuit training alla curves style? I've been doing some research, and it seems that a total body workout provides more bang for your buck as time/energy expenditure go. Also, it provides better all-over toning.

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MY2CHIX 1/30/2011 9:06PM

    That doesn't seem right - he should have atleast shown you how to use the weight machines properly. I understand about not setting you up on a plan with out getting paid but he should have told you the basics. Oh well, thank goodness for SP - they do have some nice info articles on fitness. Plus you can always ask plenty of folks on ehre - there are some certified trainers on here too. :)

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TIME4AMY 1/30/2011 8:03AM

    I feel your pain... but, "Yay"... for getting some useful info and THANK YOU for sharing.
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MOMOMMA622 1/29/2011 5:33PM

    I am sorry to hear you were disappointed .=)

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DEEPGREENBEAN 1/29/2011 12:14PM

    Don't give up and don't get discouraged! Anytime we expand our knowledge and get ideas for fitness, we are moving in the right direction, I think. emoticon

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GONICNIC 1/29/2011 10:49AM

    Oh honey, that is sooo disappointing! You did get some great information from him, but my cousin is a personal trainer, and after a quick call to confirm the info he told you...she suggest that you do your strength training on alternate days from cardio..preferably 3 days each focusing on a different body group. 1 day legs, 1 day arms, 1 day core. She also suggested asking the manager to throw in one training session for someone to show you the machines and determine a ST routine to get you started. I have a hunch they will be open to this, if you are going to be in their editorials!
Anyways, take or leave that info, I just wanted to ask her if the information he gave you was good. From my own experience, I know how intimidating those machines look, but I was lucky, I found a gym buddy who showed me the ropes of the equipment and we would strength train together on the circuit training equipment.
Chin up, be proud of yourself for going and seeing it through...that was a huge achievement in and of itself!

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AMLGARRIDO 1/29/2011 10:23AM

    It sounds like you were kind of deceived, but I could be wrong. Anyways, I'm glad that you at least got something out of the meeting!!! Good luck!

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-POOKIE- 1/29/2011 10:23AM

    Have you set your activity levels here on SP to reflect what you are doing? Maybe just double check that before you go changing stuff, especially Im sorry to say on the advice of somebody who is there to make money off you... I bet some protein supplement from the gym would have been recommended had you taken up the course.

I eat lower carb/higher protein, take a look at my trackers if you want for some ideas, or feel free to ask me anything specific.

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HOLLYBELLE77 1/29/2011 10:16AM

    Maximus did the same thing to me a couple years ago, which is why I'll never go back. They had a special where the registration fee was waived and the monthly fees were really low, but once you added in the meeting with the trainer to learn how to use the stuff, you were actually paying more than just their regular prices. It was crazy! But at least you were able to get SOME information out of them.

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SWEETS86 1/29/2011 9:52AM

    Sadly trainers are all about the money at the local gyms I have been to. I worked at a gym over a decade ago and those trainers would not talk to any one with out $$. Remember you can not spot train, so get your cardio in and switch off ST days with you Lower and Upper body to give those sets of muscle rest to gain strength and repair. SP has a list of exercises to be done on gym equipment. You can make a list of them, or they will make it for you if you add ST to your fitness trainer. Then just print it out and bring your list to the gym with you.
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AMYSRUN4LIFE 1/29/2011 9:48AM

    That is very frustrating! If it would help I'll tell you what ST machines my CSC coach started me out on. Only 7 machines and 8 exercises to begin and I can add more as I go. There is one machine I don't work out on that I think would REALLY help my upper arms, and I think that will be the first one I add. (not sure what it's called though)

Don't let this get you down. You know you're a strong woman and you can figure this out too! Look how far you've come! You can do anything!!!!



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XKANDI2005X 1/29/2011 9:34AM

    I strongly dislike when trainers to that. They know that if you didn't need them then you wouldn't have come to them in the first place. But it is great that you got the bonus advice :) This has been my first month starting The Spark, and there are some things I am still confused about. I get so frustrated and sometimes just sit and scream "THIS WOULD BE SO MUCH EASIER IF I HAD SOMEONE TO SHOW ME WHAT IM DOING RIGHT AND WRONG!" LOL. Keep your head up sweetie, you'll learn many new things and tips along the way as you continue down this journey to becoming a happier and healthier you! You CAN do it!

"Nothing Worth Having Was Ever Achieved Without Effort"

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Never thought I'd go to a gym...

Saturday, January 22, 2011

but I did. When Snap Fitness calls and says, "You've been chosen to get a 2 week free pass to come in and try us out," well, I can't say no to free can I? I was talking with my husband 2 weeks ago and told him I wanted to join Curves or Contours Express, somewhere that I can strength train, because I HATE doing it and other than this bootcamp challenge, I've not done it at all on a regular basis. So I went to check it out. They have really clean and very nice equipment. There are several treadmills and cross trainers. Some of which are connected to TV's. They have stationary bikes and free weights, and the reason I'm there, ST equipment, and TONS of it. So I began listening to the schpeel they give about the pros of signing up now verses after the 2 weeks (50% off if I sign up now) and he started asking questions about why I was there and what I wanted to accomplish. He was reviewing my paperwork which had my weight loss goals on them and blah, blah, blah... He was impressed that I had lost 70lbs by myself with just diet and exercise (this is where I put in a HUGE plug for Sparkpeople). Because of my commitment to health, he asked if I would consider being used as part of their editorials. They would love to show how THEY helped me during this journey... and I'd get a few free months out of it. Well, again, who am I to turn down free stuff? So after touring the gym and trying out several pieces of equipment, I decided to take the plunge and sign the contract. I now have 24 hr access to the gym which is only about 4 blocks away from my house, a HUGE bonus! I went this morning and there weren't too many people (thank God) and they were so engrossed in their Ipods or TV's, they didn't even notice me walk in. So I did the cross trainer and then moved on to the ST equipment. It was great! I really enjoyed feeling those muscles work, and they're actually a little tired now. I'm really glad I decided to do this, I think it's going to help with the bat wings and sagging thighs. At least that's what I hopping for. I meet with the trainer (free) on Tuesday to get a plan set up and on Friday I meet with him again (again, free) to have a fitness test done. A little nervous about that, not sure what it consists of. I really don't want my lungs exploding during tmy first week. I'm very excited about of all it, and I'm looking forward to the next phase of my journey.

  
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TIME4AMY 1/27/2011 1:12PM

    Good for you!! I give you a lot of credit, because I have to draaag myself to the gym. I hate doing it alone, I think.

I also would've thought that I'd hate any aerobic type workout, but I tried Zumba for the first time last week and loved it! I'd take that any day over the gym. I just can't get there as often. Although, I might have to tweak my schedule soon.

Keep up the good work, my friend! Here's to new adventures! (Even if they are not the most exciting things to look forward to. Just think how exciting it will be when you walk in the gym one day...and they ARE "checking you out"! haha... emoticon

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LCHADBOURNE 1/25/2011 10:19AM

    This is so great!!!! How awesome and what a great pat on the back for all of your hard work! Way to go!

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HOLLYBELLE77 1/23/2011 7:26PM

    Can't beat free! :) Good for you! I was at a birthday party last night and ran into someone who always was at Curves the same time I was. She's trying to get me to go back. I need a couple more months to figure out if it'll fit in the budget with the hefty ER bill I'm now paying off from my bout of ickiness in August. Hopefully. I think the reason I keep stalling out at home is because I get bored without someone else there working out with me.

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TEMPEST272002 1/23/2011 4:49PM

    Great job on getting the free stuff & actually using the equipment. It's great that it's so convienently close to your house. That will make it easier to get in there and use it.

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CHAOTIC-KITTY 1/22/2011 9:06PM

  snap fitness is an AWESOME gym.. that's the one I go to. :) I love the fact that it's open 24/7 and when I go .. it's usually empty! :)

have fun at the gym. :)

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MY2CHIX 1/22/2011 8:02PM

    WOOHOO!!! YAY for you going to the gym! Do they have any classes or just equipment? I have got to get my butt to the YMCA that we belong to - just not handy to drive 25 minutes when it is freezing out not to mention I have a perfectly good treadmill sitting here in my living room. I need to get moving on the exercise!! Again - way to go!!!

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AMYSRUN4LIFE 1/22/2011 7:48PM

    Yeah!! You can't beat free! I love our Yexpress, super close too, which is very helpful!! Glad your so excited about it too.


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GONICNIC 1/22/2011 7:06PM

    Congrats! I am very happy for you, you must be very proud! Bat wings BE GONE!!!

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AJBOYER222 1/22/2011 6:53PM

    So so cool. Good to hear they were impressed with your health goals. You would be great to use for editorials, I hope it goes well! Glad you are liking the gym so far!

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MOMOMMA622 1/22/2011 5:39PM

    That is awesome. I am super pumped for you. The only way I can join a gym would be FREE LOL. Good luck!

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SILLYRICHIE 1/22/2011 4:46PM

    Way to go! And awesome job on getting so many freebies lol. That's an exciting day :)

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_COSMOPAULATAN_ 1/22/2011 4:01PM

    Super cool. Soak up the free while you can!

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SHERRY_LYNN1979 1/22/2011 3:43PM

    WOO HOO!!! That is awesome that you get some free months in there!!! What a bargain!!! I wish I could afford the gym in my town, rather than have to go all the way to campus (40mi) to work out-- however I am there 4 days a week, so getting in 2-3 days isn't going to be killer. Besides, until I graduate-- it is free!!! A definite plus. :) However, they don't have any fitness trainers there, which kinda sucks, because I think I need a drill instructor! LMAO

I wish I knew where my old RDC (navy drill instructor) was, if she was close, I would BEG her to whip my fat arse into shape!!! LOL

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AMLGARRIDO 1/22/2011 3:37PM

    Yay for free!!! LOL. I hope you enjoy the place and all of its benefits! I recently started ST, and I'm loving it!!! And like you, I want to work on the bat wings and saggy thighs!

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SWEETS86 1/22/2011 2:47PM

    Woot! Good for you for taking the (free) plunge. Nothing like some freebies to get you started. I am glad you enjoyed it.

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I know better than this... never mess with Spark!

Monday, January 17, 2011

I've been on Spark for 7 months now. You would think that when they tell me to do something, I'd would listen. Which I have been, right along, for the last seven months. I give them ALL the credit for helping me lose weight EVERY single week (except New Years, which I totally messed up on my own), for the last 7 months. I joined the 28 day bootcamp challenge on New Years day and the first week went really well. I exercised every day (instead of the 3-4 that I was doing) and I stayed in their recommended calorie range all week and I lost 3 lbs. I don't know what made me think I knew better than Spark, but I decided this week, I'd work out the same, but eat a little less, and get an even bigger number on the scale... WRONG!!! I gained back all the weight I lost the week before. Now how could I possible know what the reason is? The ONLY thing that changed, was ME, lowering my calorie intake. This week, I'm following Sparks recommendation (as I always have, and should have continued doing) and see what happens. If it works, I'm good to go, if not, back to the drawing board. I was really upset when I got off the scale at my TOPS meeting. But it was even harder because I felt that I let everyone down. My husband, my parents, the people at my TOPS meeting. That hurt worse than gaining 3 lbs which I know I'll get back off. I've put so much more pressure on myself than ANYONE else EVER put on me. I'm human and I've been very fortunate so far with the way things have worked out. I've lost 70 lbs in 7 months, with this site, and I think I need to remember that next time I decide to mess with Spark!

  
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MY2CHIX 1/21/2011 9:41AM

    Don't beat yourself up as it will get you down, you have learned from it, move forward. You are a GREAT motivator for me and many others, 70lbs gone for good!! YAY!!!
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JAKEKATY 1/19/2011 10:20AM

  Holly don't EVER think you have let people down. You have done a tremendous job of losing wt. and keeping with a Goal in mind. You are right when you said you are the hardest on yourself. NO ONE thinks of you as a loser in the sense of pathetic tye. HOWEVER we do think of you as a LOSER in greatest of complements way. WE love you and you continue to amaze me Love ya

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MADTHENURSE 1/18/2011 7:43PM

    Give yourself credit for 7 months of hard, hard work. Not for one burp in the journey. It will be ok. Think, tank tops at the zoo!!! We'll be there!

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15THC_ODETTE 1/18/2011 2:45PM

    You tried an experiment and it failed, and you learned. There is nothing wrong with experimenting and gathering new information, you came away with knowledge that you may not have believed until it happened to you. A bounce of 3 pounds isn't so bad, especially compared to 70. Those 3 pounds will come off as you continue. Don't let it get you down.

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HOLLYBELLE77 1/18/2011 9:52AM

    Hang in there! 70 lbs in 7 months is a great accomplishment. Don't let those 3 lbs get to you too much. Just keep pushing. emoticon

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STEPHLYNNB 1/18/2011 9:21AM

  Don't let those 3 lbs get you know! Like you said we are only human and everyone falls down sometimes. But you are getting right back on track and noted what went wrong and are working to fix it! You had come so far....70 lbs in 7 months is amazing!!!! We are our own toughest critics! You can do it!!! emoticon

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-POOKIE- 1/18/2011 7:02AM

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MYYR2SHINE 1/17/2011 11:34PM

    70 lbs gone... emoticon I hope I see similar results with SP. Keep on going... emoticon

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SHERRY_LYNN1979 1/17/2011 10:45PM

    Don't let those 3 lbs get you down. Mark it as lesson learned and put it in the past. You can do it! You are living proof! :)

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ADALAI 1/17/2011 9:28PM

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You didn't let anyone down. That three lbs? Come or go, you are amazing, and beautiful and just outstanding. Look at you, 70 lbs in such a short amount of time. You took a chance, you learned, and you are getting back to it. Thank the stars , it only took 3 lbs and not 80 gained.


Mwah! Luv you!

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BEEBEE1936 1/17/2011 9:18PM

    Wow, Wow, Wow---70 lbs in 7 months----Don't mess with SP they know what they are doing. You are living proof.

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Renewed excitement for my journey!

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Like a lot of you, the Holidays we're pretty hard as far as food and exercise go. As a matter of fact, I've been bored to tears with my exercise routine all of November and December. In fact, I hardly exercised at all. Maybe 6-8 times in those 2 months combined. I did do pretty well with the food though. I was able to turn down all the cookies, pies and other delightful confections, but just didn't eat right from being so busy. I ended up gaining a few pounds come new years day. I've been reading everyones "New Year's" blogs and wondering where my journey's going. I have no doubt that I'm still going, I was just thinking about how I was going to begin the year. Like everyone else, I got an SP email about the 28 day challenge. Woo hoo, what a great way to start the new year! A little excitement in my exercise routine and keep plugging along with the food, and we'll be good to go! I liked the SP videos and the challenge to work out every day. I really enjoyed the first week, but wasn't sure if I could continue working out every day. I know it doesn't seem like much, but after working all day and having 2 young kids to do homework with and fix dinner, I wasn't sure this was going to make the cut. Over the weekend I saw a few old friends (from a previous job) that I haven't seen in almost a year. They "ooh'd and ahh'd" at my new found lifestyle and of course I told them all about spark people and how I was able to do this. I was telling them about the 28 day bootcamp challenge, and was met with the response of, "Oh, I don't have that kind of time to work out every day." To which I replied, "it's only about 10-20 minutes, you can't find 20 minutes a day?" **DING** the light went on... of course I have 20 minutes.. for me... to make myself happy... and healthy... I guess sometimes, you just have to say it out loud to make it real. I've worked out every day since I began bootcamp on New Years day. I guess a little "challenge" was all I needed to get back on track and remain excited about my new life.
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MOMOMMA622 1/16/2011 9:59AM

    Holly I am so proud of you. You got this. Hopefully next week I will be all pumped for some cardio. I still hate strength training, but my bat wings do seem smaller. i wish I would have measured. I hope you are having a great weekend.

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GONICNIC 1/15/2011 10:29PM

    Congrats! I love that sparkspeople has soooo many tools and ways to help you sustain your enthusias, if you actually want to be enthusiastic....I am very happy for you!

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AMYSRUN4LIFE 1/15/2011 3:07PM

    Ahhh Haaa moments are great!! Congrats! I haven't tried the SP workout videos yet. I think I will now!!!

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FEARLESSFATLESS 1/13/2011 4:17PM

    What a great realization!

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TEMPEST272002 1/13/2011 4:02PM

    emoticon Congrats on the light bulb moment! You are SO right - 20 minutes in a day is practically nothing. You can do it!

I found the 28 day bootcamp challenge really helped me when I was feeling like I was in a rut. Got me more interested in strength training. For Xmas, I got an exercise ball. It's the first time I've used one & I think it really adds FUN to my ST routine.

Come to think of it, FUN is key for me in my workouts. I try to do things I actually enjoy... and then it becomes "me-time" instead of the dreaded workout.

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_COSMOPAULATAN_ 1/13/2011 8:05AM

    So happy you are renewed!!

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BECOMINGANAFTER 1/13/2011 6:43AM

    I know what you mean about becoming bored with your workout routine. I think that is one of the things that was affecting me, in hindsight, the monotony of doing the same things day in and day out. I think that participating in the Bootcamp Challenge is a great way to change things up for mind and body. As a matter of fact, I'm going to finish what I started back in July and complete the Bootcamp Challenge myself! We can do this... we just have to keep our eyes on the prize.

Good Luck,

Melissa

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-POOKIE- 1/13/2011 6:41AM

    I love the SP work out videos, the kickboxing one is great

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LADYRH 1/12/2011 7:47PM

    Good for you, keep on taking that time for yourself.
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