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1 New Year, 1 new Life.

Friday, January 07, 2011

Last year was a disaster with my weight lose. I actually gained back a lot of what I had lost. Most of the weight gain occurred during the time that I was sick last year. Seems like each time I was out for a whole month at a time. And because of the pain I had, I spent more time doing nothing then doing what I should to stay healthy. I fell short of all my goals because of this. The year ended with me having an operation which made the whole month of December a negative month because the doctor told me I could not exercise.

Well! Starting on January 2 the doctor told me I could start back up with my cardio exercises. I worked with the therapist to find out what I could do and still stay in my doctors guide lines and he came up with exercises I can do. So my goal is for an hour of cardio a day. Either at the gym or walking. I still have a several months before I can start back on the strength training which has been essential at helping to reduce my pain. But until then I am committing to an hour a day, six days a week, of exercises.

I am hoping that this year well be great and I will be able to stick with my goals.
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  • 1GRNTHMB
    Elaine, I let my illness bring me down to the point where I was 100 lbs heavier then I should be. I lost 50 of it but then was sick a lot in 2010 and gained most of it back, Now I am trying again to bring it back down. This time I have more limitations then I did before but I am working through them. Thanks to a great physical therapist.
    1934 days ago
  • HAPPYSINGLEGMA
    I can Relate ! wow , how many times do we need to do this right?

    I had major injury in May of 2010....fell through a deck up to my knees where the knees stopped me from going all the way through. I didnt break a bone ,but I tore my hamstrings and sliced up some nerves. Suffering and in pain I sat and ate alot !
    it was the only pleasure I could find.Well the 30 pound weight gain did not help my pain and now I am in more pain than ever! so I am on my way to losing weight . I can feel it in my soul !
    But I need help....and support as we all do !
    Good luck on your journey !
    Elaine
    1935 days ago
  • HIKATH
    Been there, done that and I didn't even have an excuse. Pulmonary Fibrous and the desire to breath is making me try again. If we did it once we can do it again! emoticon Kay
    1996 days ago
  • TELLHISSTORY
    Best wishes on your goals for 2011!
    2060 days ago
  • KRICKET57
    Hope 2011 is a better year. 2010 had its ups and downs all around. Glad to hear you are doing better. Keep up the good work!
    2075 days ago
  • I.M.MAGIC
    I had abdominal surgery in May of 2010... it's tough getting going again, huh. LOL

    I'm still dealing with issues. I ended up with a MAJOR vitamin D deficiency that added 35 pounds! UGH! Now I'm taking 50,000IU TWICE A WK, and at least I've stopped gaining... but I have all that to lose all over again! YIKES.

    I'm glad you're moving ahead again... I'm right there too! YAY!

    I KNOW you're going to have a GREAT year--I know that's what I'm planning for me too! LOL

    Kathy emoticon
    2081 days ago
  • NKGILL
    Best wishes Mark! Hope 2011 will be a complete success for you.
    Norlene
    2085 days ago
  • BONNIE627
    2010 was not a great year for many of us..let's hope we all can do much better in 2011. emoticon we are all here for support... emoticon
    2088 days ago
  • SUPERFAN99
    Totally here for support! I'll be exercising daily too. Giving you all green lights. emoticon
    2088 days ago
  • TEDDYBEARDONNA
    Glad to hear from you. You know we are here for you. Miss chatting with you.
    Donna
    2088 days ago
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