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One Year Later


Saturday, May 08, 2010

May 6th marked the one-year anniversary of when I started my weight-loss journey. I am down 60 lbs and 4 sizes.

I did not lose as much as I would have liked to. Actually, I haven't lost anything in the last month because I haven't been as gung-ho as I should have been. But, I've averaged slightly over a pound a week over the course of a year (some months losing 10 lbs, and some months losing nothing!)

Here is the before and after stats:
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DJPERAZA 6/1/2010 6:54PM

    Wow!!! Those are some awesome results. emoticon and keep it up!

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ELDIESSE 6/1/2010 11:11AM

    I did ChaLEAN Extreme last year (that's what I started out with last May) and I think I lost 26 lbs. I forgot how much I like it, LOL. I can't believe how much easier it seems now that I am 60 lbs lighter and in better shape!!

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MANDORA3 6/1/2010 11:07AM

    Huge congrats to you!!! Glad to see you are starting ChaLean Extreme!! I had great results with it!

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GOSPELCLOWN 5/9/2010 12:05PM

    This is my anniversary week too!

Congrats at your accomplishments.

Karen

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ELDIESSE 5/8/2010 7:59PM

    I've still got another 50 lbs to go, LOL!

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JANLEEW 5/8/2010 7:50PM

    That is superb! slow and steady is the way. Keep tracking,keep moving!

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DICECHICK 5/8/2010 7:49PM

  Congrats - I just really have to get myself moving. I am down 5 lbs but can't get myself serious about working out. I am eating better and tracking, so that is a start!

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2BEATIT1 5/8/2010 7:44PM

    CONGRATULATIONS on a job well done.
My one word of advise after blowing it is keep up with a maintence program so you don't gain any weight back.
You are an inspiration to me because I have to lose a miniumum of 60 lb.

Way to go friend. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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