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Measurements, weight, master cleanse

Thursday, January 20, 2011


2 blogs in one day a little crazy but i didn't feel like taking measurements this morning or pictures....well I'm not going to take pictures because I am by myself and my new camera doesn't stand by itself, can't really take very good pictures of myself through the mirror so I will add a vlog to this!
So my weight this morning was 149.6 YUCK I want to be in the 120's and ultimate 115!
Measurements:
Bust: 38.5
Ribs (right under bust) 31.5
Waist (smallest part) 32
Hips: 38.5
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  • v JOOODY
    Good luck , keep us posted
    1955 days ago
  • v NTSOHLTHNT
    Wow, that took a lot of guts, but I'm glad to see you're making that commitment to get healthy. You're holding yourself accountable, you're doing everything right, and you WILL succeed. You have no choice, because we're right there with you :-). You're right about the food--there's nothing more liberating to be free from food--the time it takes to shop, prepare and eat it. Don't get me wrong, I love food, but fasting puts you more in tune with your body's actual needs vs. what your mind is telling you you want. I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers!

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    1955 days ago
  • v FATHINSN
    I did weight and inches measurement today. Before taking my morning shower, my home scale said it's 57kg but arrive at work, the office scale said it's 55kg (same like last week), I wonder which one is true, hehe. Anyhow, compare to last week, I lose inches at hips, thigh and just right below my navel area, so my sandwich workouts DO work wonderfully!

    Good luck with getting your 115lb, that's plus minus what I aim, too!
    1955 days ago
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