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Down, down, and again down. Numbers.

Friday, August 13, 2010

For the record? Number went down at Thursday night's weigh-in. Has each week. Little by little.

I'm basically eating the same as I have been for 4 years, but am now tallying it by points as well as by the SP system that my RD prefers I use to monitor nutrients.

My son had bought me a WiiFit Plus, but as the baby started to crawl they put up a childproof gate across the case containing the equipment...and I can't open it on my own. So I've been unable to do one activity that I truly enjoyed and that made a huge difference.

Have to...repeate HAVE to!...find some activity I can do despite the fms limitations. Exercise is the only way I'll lose the weight. I still have to work to eat enough, so cutting down on food is not a solution. Eating MORE would help.

The scale numbers have been going down steadily albeit slowly for a few months; it's a healthy loss, but my concern is that I need to replace my cardio and toning exercises that I lost when coming here (because I no longer can do pool workouts at the physical therapist's pool...). It's hard to find substitue exercise that is effective due to my fms limitations. If I were still doing pool time, I'm certain I'd be losing at a faster right right now. Everything I'm doing is pretty ontarget except for losing the cardio/toning workouts.

Hmmm Maybe I should return to NY and my pool...

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L*I*T*A* 8/13/2010 11:00PM

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DARK-WING 8/13/2010 9:59PM

    Congrats on your numbers going down.

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GOANNA2 8/13/2010 5:15PM

    You are doing something right as your numbers are going dow.
Keep up and you will find a solution to increase the exercise. Ny you say... emoticon

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