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Long time coming!

Monday, August 02, 2010

I recently had my 2 year sparversary and I certainly have come a long way from last year. My weight is down 23# My cholesterol level continues to go down while my HDL has risen and my LDL is down. emoticonI am consistently doing cardio and strength training and actually have bicep muscle definition! I am down 2 clothes sizes! Unfortunately I didn't do any measurements so I don't know how many inches have been lost but it is a lot. I like what I see in the mirror! emoticonNo I don't look like that but I am significantly improved. I have reached the upper limit of normal BMI now and while I would like to lose more weight I'm pretty happy with where I am. I had lowered my goal weight when I reached that milestone, but if I take a long time or never reach that goal, I will be alright. My face loses weight first and if I lose too much my face looks too thin and I am approaching that now emoticonI will close now with thanks to all who wished me a happy sparkversary and sent goodies and a special thank you to Carol who suggested that I needed to post a blog again! Happy sparking everyone. emoticon emoticon emoticon
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  • v BUTEAFULL
    this is a wonderful blog, empowering to those who don't think they can do it
    2215 days ago
  • v MS.ELENI
    Good to see you blogging. emoticon
    2215 days ago
  • v RURAL3
    It's here it's here emoticon birthday, emoticon , emoticon progress report and blog all in one day. emoticon emoticon
    2215 days ago
  • v WATERBABY4
    Congratulations! I feel the same way you do. I've lost 21 lbs. and a lot of inches too and it feels so great. Glad your cholesterol levels are down too. Hope you continue to keep up the good work. Cheryl
    2215 days ago
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