Time for that kick in the hind end.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

So I haven't been to the gym in about 6 weeks and although the food hasn't been bad I know I haven't been following my plan. I make no excuses but I am making plans for the next week. I have planned to go to the gym 3x this week. I plan to drink my water. I plan to get those veggies out of the fridge and into my body. Sounds easy huh? well I am still hovering at one pound above the 40 pound weight loss mark. So all I have been doing since I pulled that muscle is maintaining and learning how not to eat again.

I have no excuses this week. My back is healed and time is on my side. I made my first goals which was turn the labs around and get out of danger zones for certain health problems. I accomplished that. Now I really want a new wardrobe and I will have one by spring.

So new goals for the next three months because I can't look any further than that into the future.
I want to drop 26 more pounds by spring. That would be March 21st

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I want to be able to run for 2 minutes without passing out. ( or dying :) )
I really really want to shop in the normal clothes section .
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    That's a perfect plan. I know you'll be successful and I can't wait to see pics of your new wardrobe! Go get it, girl!
    2894 days ago
  • LISA0517
    I'm glad your back is better. Congratulations on meeting your goal of getting your labs back in to the healthy range.

    Good for you for deciding it is time to get back on track! You can do it, and your new goals are great.

    26 pounds gone by spring! emoticon Woo hoo! You can do it!!
    2896 days ago
    You are doing great, and you will get the rest of your goal done. God Bless You
    2896 days ago
    Those are reasonable goals and with your attitude and the Tools available here at SP I know you will be wearing those new clothes soon. emoticon
    2896 days ago
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