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End of the Road & Back Again

Thursday, August 07, 2014

This year has not been my best year and it probably all started back in February...so let me start there...

February i felt on top of the world! I was consistently running (mind you I only started running towards the end of November 2013), the scale was showing a great low number (246lbs) and my body was slimming down. I felt great and looked great!



Sometime towards the end of February I tweaked my knees...BOTH knees. I still ran a bit but mainly went back to walking. I had a 10k on February 22nd and my goal was to complete it under 90 minutes. Because my knees were hurting pretty badly i walked more of that race than i wished. I actually finished the race in 93 minutes...I was so terribly disappointed in myself taht i cried when i was done. I missed my goal by three lousy minutes!



This started my downfall...

I allowed that disappointment to control me. But i didn't realize it for another few months.

In March I had my first half marathon for this year - my 5th overall. I had taken time off from running to allow my knees to feel better. I still ran a bit of the half but not much. I did have my best time for a half at 3hrs and 36mins but my goal for 2014 was to complete a half in under 3hrs and 15mins. The disappointment and loss of personal records was taking it's toll on me.



In April, just 2 weeks after the half, i had my next 10k. I felt fantastic! I ran/walked the entire course but i had decided not to go balls to the wall so to speak. I just went at a pace taht i knew i could sustain. I finished in 96 minutes but i had ran/walked the ENTIRE course.



But the realization that I was not going to meet my time goals this year was naging me in the quiet depths of my thoughts. Now we all know those voices aren't quiet...

Then May happened...my breaking point. The point where i said "eff" it i'm done!

To this day I have not relayed what happened to anyone...it was a story kept bwtween two friends that went to complete another half marathon together. So here it goes...

May 3rd was the Biggest Loser Half Marathon in Beaumont, TX. We drove down to partake in the expo, meet some of the past contestants and then eventually rested for the half marathon itself. I felt good. My legs were loose. I was ready.









We got up bright and early to make it over to the start of the half. The air was already thick with humidity and it was in the high 80's already by 6:30am. Since Beaumont is along the ocean i knew the air was going to be thicker and therefore it was going to be a bit harder to breathe.







The first nine miles we ran and walked and we were doing about a 16 minute mile pace. PERFECT! I knew i wasn't going to make my goal time but i was on the road to beating my best time to date.

Then things went bad pretty fast from there.

Somewhere around mile 10 i started slowing down...i mean really slowing down. I found it hard to take in a breath. I had to actually stop a few time between mile 10 and 12 to just try to gulp in a deep enough breathe. My breathing was rather shallow and that sun was beating on us something fierce. I should also mention that the final 2 miles had some pretty good hills and very little shade. I need to also mention taht there were NO medics along the route. There were a few people taht were laying on the side of the route trying to catch their breath with no one helping them. I was getting angry by the minute at this point.

Here was my thought...this is a freaking half marathon. On top of that this was the Biggest Loser Half Marathon. They wanted people that were over weight and out of shape to go for it. BUT THEY FAILED TO MAKE IT SAFE FOR ANYONE. They had volunteers but they were just standing around or were only at the water stations (about every 3 miles). There were people passing out and no one was there to help them.

I would have stopped at mile 11 but since there was no help in sight i just kept on walking. At mile 13 there were FINALLY medics and police officers but by them i just need a few more feet to call it a day. This was by far the worst event i had ever done. Take my time and me out of the equation and it was still a terrible event. They placed way too many people in harms way by not having it properly orchestrated.



After the half i grabbed a few bottles of water and some clementines and sat in the shade for about 30 minutes. I needed to cool off as my body was tremendously over heated and i was starting to shake.

I've never quit a race before and the fact that i so badly want to just stop 2 miles out from the finish should be an indication as to just how bad this event was for all of us. This was my tipping point. I was done.



A few weeks later i had my next 10k. It was the Disco Run 10k and i finished in 1hr and 41mins. I struggled during this race because i hadn't kept up my training. I was still out there walking but at a leisurely pace not at a race pace.



In June i had the Must-Dash 5k and completely walked it. I was miserable.



Towards the end of June and the first two weeks of July I went home to Chicago to visit family. When i got back i weight myself...i was 283.4lbs. OUCH!

I've never stopped moving throughout these months but my eating...well i was eating my disapointments and the scale was the convincing evidence. I don't even want to know what the scale would have shown had i stopped walking during all of these months.

I didn't want to live my old life style. So i made a plan and started working towards reaching my goals. The first two weeks on any new plan is difficult. It was a bunch of ups and downs both nutritionally and emotionally.

I had my first 15k two days after i returned home. I was not ready for it so i dropped back to the 5k. I barely ran any of it. I was feeling every pound i had packed back on my body. I finished in just over 52 minutes.





August 1st i weighed in at 279.8lbs. This morning i weighed in at 276.2lbs.



I registered for my races at the end of 213 and beginning of 2014. Here's what's still on the agenda for the year:
8/30 Pink Soles in Motion 5k
9/21 Plano Hot Balloon Half Marathon
9/27 Race for the Cure 5k
10/25 Moster Dash Half Marathon
11/27 Thanksgiving Day Run 5k

I know u'll do at least 2 5k's in December i just haven't decided which ones yet. I've also registered for a few races in 2015 already as well.

So it took me a few months to gather myself up and get out of the funk and downward spiral. I'm currently in training for my next half marathon in September and i'm taking it one day at a time. I will do my best and i will be happy with knowing i did just that.

  
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MICYWALTON 10/6/2014 9:53PM

    Are you going to try another Biggest Loser marathon? I think it's something you could use for motivation....you know you can do this. You just have to work for it! emoticon

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SYDNEYM3 9/28/2014 9:54AM

    Oh my goodness! YOU ARE AMAZING! And here is the thing...I ran cross country in high school...even went to states! This was when I used to think I was fat?!?! I cannot even begin to imagine running with my knees the way they feel now...and my weight...but you give me great hope and inspiration! I read your blog this morning and I actually feel like WHEN I get healthier...maybe next summer I will sign up for a run! (I used to place in my age group at this race back in high school) Running again was something I would NEVER have imagined doing again...without your blog...and I might even be competitive!

I totally understand being derailed by all that happened and how you were feeling...but please TRY to look at this from a different angle...embrace the fact that YOU ROCK! I hope you can see what an inspiration you are to me...and others!

ps...I am so sorry for your experience at that race...have you contacted Biggest Loser? That is a major marketing snafu!

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BEINGGUIDED 9/19/2014 11:00AM

    I felt the same way about the Biggest Loser Half here in Austin. NO MEDICS! NOBODY between water stations. You could have literally died out there and not a single staff person would know. I won't EVER do another one of those events.
You will get things back. You can do it!!!

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MUDGE4 9/13/2014 9:55AM

    Hi Vicky- I had no idea that you were struggling like this! You accomplished so much and it's especially ironic to me because you were the one who inspired me to do my first half marathon. Hearing about you doing all these races made me want to do one too.
Thank you for posting your story. It makes me realize 2 things-
1. You are too hard on yourself. I agree with the first comment, would you have let a friend be disappointed in 3 minutes over her goal time?
2. We are all just doing the best we can. The support of our friends and teammates is immeasurably important. Most of your pictures are with friends and supporters. I love that. When we can't do it ourselves, let's lean on each other.

Keep your head up girl! I believe in you!!
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FITMARY 8/9/2014 7:03PM

    Lemme get this straight: you finished a difficult race with shaky knees just 3 minutes over your goal time, and THAT got you off track?!?!! What?!??
I'm really not getting it. All I can think is that you must have unrealistic goals and impossible standards. Cuz you basically met your goal and then you told yourself that you hadn't.
Hmmmm.... What would you tell me if I had missed my goal by 3 minutes? Would you scream and tell me I'd never make anything of myself and I should just give up? You don't look like a mean lady. Maybe you would explain in a kind and loving voice that I had actually done my best and had made the goal? Cuz 3 minutes doesn't even count, does it?
Glad you are back. We definitely missed you here at the team. How about declaring this "Be Nice to Vicky" season? Cuz you deserve better treatment.
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SUGAR0814 8/7/2014 5:51PM

    Stay on track! You'll do great! Get your mind back on YOU!! emoticon emoticon

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EVER-HOPEFUL 8/7/2014 11:12AM

    vicky love.come here so i can bash your head against a brickwall love after i have given you a big hug first,lol.you may not have got the time you wanted but love,look at the actual time you did get and that being after injury and lack of training.that is awesome love i am so so proud of you.look at how far you have come from when i first knew you love.you were even having trouble walking in the start.now you are running.did i tell you i am so,so proud of you.i am also envious as the drīs have said now i have this artificial knee i shouldnīt run again as it will put too much stress on the protese,lol.so i will have to contend with walking(canīt wait till it is no more painfull and i m off the crutches lol)keep on keeping on love and instead of looking at what you didnīt achieve start looking at all you ACTUALLY ACHIEVED:YOU ROCK LOVE:DROP BY ABD LET US KNOW HOW YOU ARE DOING AND IF I CAN HELP IN ANYWY:MISS BEING ON SAME TEAM AS YOU:TAKKE CARE AND KEEP SMILING emoticon

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SUKIE40 8/7/2014 10:28AM

    I would not be able to do even a half mile so you need to stop beating yourself up and looking at the negative but turn your focus to the positive. You did it. You showed up and completed the races. Who cares if you walked, ran or crawled your way to the finish line - YOU ROCK!!

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My Own Inspirational Story

Tuesday, June 03, 2014



Let me start by saying Iíve changed the quality of my life by making conscious decisions. Nothing about this process has been easy, but the rewards Iíve given to myself far out-weigh a life of sitting on the couch being unable to do anything. Along my journey I have been honest and open about my struggles with feeling lonely, depression, food binges and just a solid lack of a desire to exercise. So when I was asked by one of my fellow BLC25 team leaders about sharing my story as part of our Inspirational Monday stories I was a bit honored, horrified and, to be honest, I laughed. But then I thought about it. The stories that I enjoyed reading the most were the ones that were honest, real, emotional, and shared their struggles and reasons why they are still striving to move forward in the face of situations where most people would have raised their hands in surrender. So here goes my storyÖ

What was life like before you started taking an interest in your health? Before 2012 my life revolved around television and food. After work Iíd go through a drive though (because when youíre 320+ pounds you donít really want to be seen walking into a restaurant alone to pick up a bag full of food), eat half of the food on the car ride home, turn on the television once I made it home and finished eating. My social life really just consisted of hanging out and going out to eat with friends from my singles group I met through church. Food and the TV seem to have been my constant companions regardless if others were with me or not. If there were plans to go do something active I was always ready with an excuse of why I couldnít make the event. I was just too embarrassed to have anyone see me sweat and panting from just simply moving. I can also say that most night s ended with me crying myself to sleep. I wanted so much more for myself but felt that I was just too ugly and unlovable to have anything worthwhile.



What was your "light bulb moment" that made you get serious about being healthier? In March 2011 I went to the Rock and Roll Dallas Half Marathon to cheer on about 5 friends that were running in it. The last quarter of a mile was pretty much them coming through the chute to cross over the finish line. Watching them I started feeling this HUGE lump in my throat and the tears started running down my cheeks. I remember closing my eyes and thinking to myself that I wanted to know what it felt like to accomplish something so big. I swore to myself that Iíd do it. That one day Iíd do my own half marathon and Iíd know what it would feel like to run across that finish line. I didnít tell anyone about that experience because the truth was that as much as I wanted it I just didnít know how to get there.

Tell us a bit about your journey: It wasnít until November 2011 that I actually started making plans to get healthier. I was out to lunch with a friend and we started talking about our weight and we decided that weíd start going for walks together. Nothing big, but we made plans to meet up at a local park and start walking. It was slow and tiresome but I was out there. I can remember feeling as though my lungs wanted to explode in my chest. But we didnít stop. At least four times a week weíd meet up to walk. At this point I really didnít change my eating habits but because of the walking my weight went down to about 290lbs.

After a few months we decided we needed something to push ourselves. So I signed up for my first 5k for that April. That 5k was the hardest move but I did it. This was actually my second 5k. In 2009 I participated in a 5k and came in dead last and it was horrifying. But this 5k sparked something. That year I completed over fifteen 5ks.

On Thanksgiving Day 2012, over dinner, another friend and I started talking and she joined us in our walks and 5ks. Come Christmas time I knew I wanted more. I signed up for my first 10k. Crossing that finish line felt fantastic! Our first walk following that 10k I threw out the idea of competing in a half marathon. One of the girls agreed to train and walk with me in the half. In March of 2013 I crossed the line of my first half marathon. Just a few months later I crossed the finish line of my second half marathon. In fact in 2013 I also completed a number of 5ks and an additional 10k. I also walked all 60 miles in the Susan G. Komen, 3 Day, 60 Mile Breast Cancer Walk in November of 2013. This year alone Iíve already completed a few 5ks, a 5 miler, two 10ks and 2 half marathons. Iím registered for a great number of other races for the remaining of 2014.



Did you encounter any obstacles during your journey and, if so, how did you deal with them? Along the way my weight has fluctuated. My lowest since starting this journey was just this past February. I weighed in at 247.3lbs. I felt unbelievable! But hereís my struggle. I struggle with self-sabotage a lot. The moment I can start seeing the light at the end of the tunnel I fall to pieces. Thatís where Iím at currently - struggling. Since February my weight has spiked up as high as 280.0lbs.

I knew my journey would never be easy. I knew Iíd learn all sorts of lessons along the way. But to have to fight so much for something you so badly want is something I didnít think Iíd encounter. I mean my opponent is myself! Iím my worst critic and I know what to say to myself to feel defeated. Fighting my inner demons has proven to be the toughest battle and itís a constant battle.

I try not to dwell on where I was and where I should be in my journey. I try to focus on all the things I can now do that just a few years ago were only dreams. Iím so much more active now and I donít shy away from new adventures Ė unless they terrify me (you wonít catch me jumping out of a plane).

What did you find most helpful to keep you motivated? What keeps me motivated are my friends that I walk and run with as well as some of the friendships Iíve formed through SparkPeople. People that are real, those that share their struggles and arenít afraid to call me out on my crap are usually the ones I hold close to my heart. I also have a bucket list of items that Iíd love to check off and as Iím moving more and slimming down those items can easily be obtained.



What advice would you give to someone just beginning their journey? Forget about what anyone else tells you that you should be doing. You need to figure out what you enjoy. Typically what you enjoy works best for you. Once you realize what that is go with it. Also take it slow. If you rush into anything too fast and before you are completely ready you may burn out and quit. Slowly incorporate more things youíd like to do or change.
How has your life changed since improving your health? Iím not so nervous about having others see me sweat, jiggle, or breathe hard. Why? Because it means Iím out there trying to improve myself. Since I made that choice to be more active a few years ago Iíve been able to lower my dosage of high blood pressure and diabetes medication. My goal is to be able to get off of them completely.

My weight isnít where Iíd like it to be but itís not going to stop me from moving and doing the things Iíd come to love. So while I may not have the typical ďsuccess storyĒ most people have come to know, I am an inspirational story nonetheless. To all my Chubb Club members you keep going and hold your head high. Regardless of what the scale may read or what anybody that has never struggled with their weight may tell you, you keep improving your health and one day youíll get there. You may not get there on their terms, but youíll get there on your own. Thereís a lot of learning to be had along the way. DO NOT SKIMP OUT ON THE LEARNING. One of the greatest things Iíve learned so far in my journey is to love myself.



  
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XXMILAXX 6/12/2014 7:43AM

    You're such an inspiration! Thanks for sharing & good luck with your journey! emoticon

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PEACH209 6/10/2014 10:17PM

    Thanks for sharing your journey. I can relate to the challenges that we all face. Most of all, thank you for your courage! emoticon

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CANDRIES 6/9/2014 11:10PM

    I love your story!! It's is so real. And you are right, it's not the typical success story, but it is REAL and what so many of us go though. Thanks so much Vicky!!

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JUJIFRUIT 6/9/2014 4:19PM

    I loved this!! Thanks so much for sharing your story, it really is an inspiration. You are AMAZING!!!!

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COLEYMERRY 6/9/2014 1:44PM

    Thank you for sharing your story Vicky!

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EVER-HOPEFUL 6/5/2014 3:00PM

    you are indeed an inspiration vickie love.as i have always said you rock love.miss being on the same team as you but enjoying the team i am on.keep on keeping on love you are doing great emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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SUGAR0814 6/3/2014 11:46PM

    emoticon emoticon Very inspirational! emoticon emoticon

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MUDGE4 6/3/2014 4:27PM

    emoticon What a great story!! Your perseverance is inspiring. I'm so glad that I read this! I want to go sign up for a bunch of races now too!! emoticon

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LASCHWAB 6/3/2014 4:14PM

    This is a great story! You're miles upon miles ahead of me in your fitness goals. You're very inspiring!

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    Yay for you! You look happy and healthy! emoticon

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UMBILICAL 6/3/2014 3:59PM

  Wonderful!

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68 Day Challenge: Day 7

Tuesday, April 29, 2014



Day 7 I debated internally on whether or not i should walk after work of just go home. Well i decided to change at the office and see how I felt as i was driving. The moment i left the building i knew i was going to go walking. We had a slight breeze that felt amazing...we've had neat 90 degree weather lately that the breeze made it feel almost tropical...as if i were on vacation somewhere. I stopped at 3.1 miles because i needed to use the restroom (you know drinking all that water all day long makes a girl hafta go pee!). I then decided to just make one small loop around the baseball fields. Why? Because my fitbit indicated that i only needed another 3200 steps to reach my 15,000 steps a day goal. I finished at 3.64 miles!

April 28th was Day 7:
I walked 3.64 miles



There were so many little ducks out! I took a picture of these two little girls feeding the ducks.





As another part of this challenge is my weightloss. Here's where i stand:

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Starting Weight: 319.8lbs
4/14/14 267.8lbs
4/21/14 264.8lbs (-3.0lbs)
4/28/14 263.7lbs (-4.1lbs)



What are my goals for Day 8?
* walk 4-5 miles
* strength train for 20 minutes
* eat under 2000 calories
* burn around 3000 calories

(I use a fitbit so those calories burned are my calories burned for a 24hr period of time NOT just during my workouts)

  
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SUGAR0814 4/29/2014 11:19PM

    Great workout!!! emoticon emoticon

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EVER-HOPEFUL 4/29/2014 4:55PM

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KROLES55 4/29/2014 2:34PM

    Awesome job in pressing on and walking after work.. I so easily talk myself out doing exercise after working and then commuting home for an hour.. I am going to change actions and bring my clothes with me so I won't have an excuse to change my clothes at home... emoticon

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68 Day Challenge: Day 4-6

Monday, April 28, 2014



Days 4-7 proved something to me that i already kinda knew. I over eat on the weekends. I still got in my fruit and vegetables, but over al i ate more than i should. Was it terrible food? No...but even too much of the good and healthy stuff racks up the calories.

April 25th (Friday) was Day 4:
I walked 3.34 miles

It was closer to 90 degrees so here I am as always taking in the air conditioning before i start my walk:




I'm always rosy cheeked after a walk:


April 26th (Saturday) was Day 5:
I walked 10.74 miles

Waiting in my car at 6am for my friend to show up so we can begin our walk:


We walked through much of Grapevine, TX and walked around a vineyard...


Then we walked around Lake Grapevine for a bit:


Then we went to the Botanical Gardens in Grapevine...




Back in the car after a few hours of walking.


April 27 (Sunday: was Day 6:
REST DAY

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As another part of this challenge is my weightloss. Here's where i stand:

Starting Weight: 319.8lbs
4/14/14 267.8lbs
4/21/14 264.8lbs (-3.0lbs)
4/28/14 263.7lbs (-4.1lbs)



What are my goals for day 7?
* walk 3-4 miles
* strength train for 20 minutes
* eat under 2000 calories
* burn around 3000 calories

(I use a fitbit so those calories burned are my calories burned for a 24hr period of time NOT just during my workouts)

  
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SUGAR0814 4/29/2014 12:00AM

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FITMARY 4/28/2014 6:41PM

    Pretty gardens! I don't know how you do so much in that hot Texas weather. I think you deserve extra brownie points for sticking to it in spite of the adverse conditions!!!
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EVER-HOPEFUL 4/28/2014 3:35PM

    glad you met up with your friends so we could get a full length photo of you.you are looking good vicky love.keep up the good work emoticon

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SPATTEN2001 4/28/2014 9:58AM

    Thanks for sharing and keep up your successes ... you are on the right trail for certain. Knowing our weaknesses is a big plus and can ultimately help us in the long run!

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68 Day Challenge: Day 3

Friday, April 25, 2014



Day 3 of my challenge wasn't so bad. I knew i needed to make sure i burned over 3000 calories throughout the day because i was going out to eat with friends. We went to this hole in the wall Mexican restaurant (always the best foods!) and i knew i was getting their chicken fajita salad that was 770 calories. That part was easy. But i wanted to burn the extra calories so i could eat chips and salsa. I had already planned for this to be a break even kind of day.

April 24th was Day 3:
i ate roughly 2460 calories
I burned roughly 3450 calories
I walked 4.21 miles

Even with the chips and salsa i would have been under 2000 calories eaten for the day. Then why did i eat closer to 2500 calories? Because i polished off the last of the cookies at my house. So no more cookies to munch on which is a good thing!

It's always so peaceful in the shade areas...


Don't let the shade fool you, it was hot!




After...trying to cool down in my car before i drove to meet friends for dinner...


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As another part of this challenge is my weightloss. Here's where i stand:

Starting Weight: 319.8lbs
4/14/14 267.8lbs
4/21/14 264.8lbs (-3.0lbs)

Since i am a daily weigher here's what the scale has read this week:
4/21/14 264.8
4/22/14 264.8
4/23/14 263.2
4/24/14 262.8
4/25/14 262.0

I know these numbers will fluctuate. My official weighins will be every Monday.



What are my goals for day 4?
* walk 3 miles
* strength train for 20 minutes
* eat under 2000 calories
* burn around 3000 calories

(I use a fitbit so those calories burned are my calories burned for a 24hr period of time NOT just during my workouts)

Since it's the weekend, i'll post by goals for Days 5-6 as well:
Day 5:
* walk 10-12 miles

Day 6:
* walk 3-4 miles
* strength train for 45 minutes

  
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EVER-HOPEFUL 4/26/2014 4:14AM

    glad you enjoyed the meal.i think you are doing great love.keep up the good work emoticon

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SUGAR0814 4/25/2014 10:46PM

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FAVALL 4/25/2014 2:37PM

    The Success statement is TRUTH! No excuses! You might have quicker WL if you drop the calorie ranges into what SP recommends based upon your SP fitness guidelines. Using a fitbit is good for overall data gathering and encouragement to keep active throughout the day. I've found that tracking the SP fitness and meals and then using the SP calorie differential report really helps me stay on track.

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ELIZEBETH87 4/25/2014 1:34PM

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That real woman sign made me smile.

Great work!!

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CHOCOHOLIC2276 4/25/2014 12:45PM

    emoticon You're doing a great job of holding yourself accountable. Rooting for you!

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EMSSBEARS 4/25/2014 12:45PM

    emoticon job emoticon Love your sign about the Real Woman I will have to show my daughter she will really appreciate that emoticon

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