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I'm back

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Hey everyone. I have been away on training and have neglected Spark People. i am back now and vow to keep up on all things spark oriented. I have gained more weight and am having trouble keeping my priorities in order. Military training is lots of work and lots of food. However, obviously the food out weighed the work. Please stay with me and help me get back on track. For those who were with my team, which has been disabled, I am trying to get it back. Have a great week and good luck in all of your endeavours!!!

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WALKINGDAVE 6/21/2010 9:38PM

    WELCOME BACK, hopefully now that you're back off training you'll be able to hit the gym more often. Wish I lived closer to one. emoticon emoticon

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PEGSUE7 6/21/2010 9:02AM

    Thanks for your welcomes and encouragement. Let's do this.

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GINGYCAT40 6/20/2010 1:04PM

    Welcome back... emoticon

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VETMED 6/20/2010 8:13AM

  Good attitude! You CAN do this- you know your body is getting lots of good workouts in the military but they do have some really good cooking and sometimes it is tempting to "keep up" with the guys on food intake. I gained weight "keeping up" with the big guy, my husband- but we decided to get in shape together and he has lost over 50 pounds! I haven't lost as much or as fast but that's ok as we are doing it together. Do you have anybody there to work on this with you? A buddy can get you through tough things and times- as you know by now- whether you need distractions, a swift kick or a good pat on the back for doing well.

Hope to hear you are making progress soon, you are already headed in the right direction! emoticon emoticon

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VELVETCATT 6/20/2010 8:10AM

    Welcome back!

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