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today is the first tracking day

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

i know I probably shold have started the first day.......but i wanted to see what the site was all about. Today......I start the tracking of nutrition and fitness (holy crow.......i hate to workout!) I am just gonna have to get off my bum, and get a movin.......I am excited this morning to finally journal and jump start this heavy heart of mine.....and get healthy, eat healthy....look healthy.....I hope my motivation stays true........whew.....pray....l
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  • CHANGE_NEEDED
    hello girls.....thanks for the great advice.

    My frist day with tracking went GREAT! Let's just hope I can continue......yea......


    2816 days ago
  • SUSANHKS
    The tracking really helps. I find it especially helps me stay mindful of what I am eating. I make mysef a policy that I can overeat if I choose to, as long as I track everything I eat--- then I rarely choose to overeat. However, I find the tracking program at www.dietpower.com (free thirty day trial then a one time fee), much quicker and easier to use than Sparks-- and it motivates me to exercise as well.

    Try to find some movement that is enoyable. For me, Dance Dance Revolution (the videogame for PS2 or Wii) and Wii Fit are so fun that I do them for enjoyment and stress relief-- and often end up burning over 600 calories. At first, it's really hard to get oneself to exercise- but keep at it and later you will not want to miss it- because you will know you will feel so much better.
    2817 days ago
  • ANDINA
    Wanted to wish you best of luck! And to advice to stick with Sparks. I lost tons of weight with sparks - as soon as I stopped coming here, I put a lot of it back on. Now I'm back and this time I plan to stay!
    2817 days ago
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