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Update on losing 12lbs by Halloween challenge!

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Ok update time - its about 9 days after the previous post - I have been working out a lot and finally my weight has dropped below 13 stone in what has been the first time in about 2 years! I'm currently weighing in at 181, which is about 12 stone and 13 pounds.

Halloween Challenge
Starting weight: 182 when I started

Goal weight: 168 - 170 (12 stone - 12 stone 2lbs)

If I lose at least 1.5lbs a week, I should've lost about 12lbs in this challenge!

Week 1: Sept.1-7: 182lbs starting weight

Should be - 181-180lbs

Week 2: Sept.8-14: on the 10th was 181, and went down to 178 somehow BUT I went to visit my brother 2 days more than i thought and did no exercise!, and have a cold developing!

Should be - 180lbs

Week 3: Sept.15-21: Back up to 182 on the 15th!!

Should be - 179-178lbs

Week 4: Sept.22-28:

Should be - 178lbs

Week 5: Sep.29-Oct.5:

* Weighed myself on the 29th of sept and seem to about 180 so not too far behind. I'm walking a lot so that must help burn the calories.

Should be - 177-176 lbs

Week 6: Oct.6-12:

Should be - 176lbs

Week 7: Oct.13-19:

Should be - 175-174lbs

Week 8: Oct.20-26:

Should be - 174lbs

Week 9: Oct.27-31:

Should be - 173-172lbs

Halloween Weigh-In!!!:

Hopefully about 172 pounds or less!!
*But i'll be happy to be 175 or so.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
GRANDBABES 9/11/2008 7:06PM

  Good luck. You can do it. I too have to lose weight by October, my son is getting married.

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CINDYSUITT 9/10/2008 5:36PM

    You are going to do great!!!! Keep focused!

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RUNNING@MYPACE 9/10/2008 1:23PM

    Good Luck on your challenge! I am doing it too. I needed a bit of a check in on myself! Your doing great keep it up!

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