Weight lose challenge

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Hello all. At my work we have decided to start a weight lose challenge next week it is going to last 4 weeks. I twill cost everyone $1.00 per week and at the end of the 4 weeks the person with the biggest percentage of weight lost will win the money. I plan on winning the money.
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    Thanks Everyone so far so good. I have been doing much better the last couple of days. I think I just need to step up my exercise a bit.
    3164 days ago
    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon knock'em down you have all of here for your support you can do it !! emoticon
    lets us know how thing turn out
    3170 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/16/2009 1:22:53 PM
    Good luck, I only wish someone would pay me for doing this! So if you can win a few bucks, more power to you. I see you are struggling maybe some like me. I have to say when I started that I wasn't sure it would work. But it did, and it shocked me! I didn't do any big fancy workouts. Honestly, I walked at the local park at good pace while listening to my ipod for 30 minutes almost every day. The first couple of days I got cramps in my calves I was so out of shape. And then I just ate less, not even a whole lot better, just less. I am not a big salad eating, carrot dippin kind of girl. It helps a whole lot for me to record my food thru the day so I know when to wrap up the eating. I was shocked to learn that 1 tbsp of butter is 100 calories! Well, I don't have that a whole lot now. So really, walk some and eat less. And attitude is a big part too. That is the part I struggle with right now! So keep on working on it, and I will keep up with you. Tina
    3170 days ago
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    Go for it! You can do this! emoticon The money would be a great incentive for me!! :)
    3170 days ago
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