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March 30th, 2011

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

So as of today I am back up to 215 lbs...YUCK!!! My knees hurt and my legs look swollen and I feel crappy and tired all the time! I can't take it anymore!

I am setting my first goal to get my a$$ back to the gym in the morning at 5 am and start better eating with less sodium tomorrow.
Next is to lost 10% of my current weight...so that's 21.5 lbs and that will take me to 193.5 lbs. So that is my first weight goal. This is the year to make it happen. I turn 35 next week and I am not happy about where my weight and depression levels are lately and I AM going to change them for good!
So 193 here I come!
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  • v LANDZMOM
    Thanks for the words of Encouragement! I made it to the gym and did 30 mins on the bike at various levels from 5-10 for a few minutes of each level before switching it up and also 20 minutes on the treadmill...5 mins walk, 1 min run, 4 mins walk, 1 min run, 3 mins walk 1 min run, 2 mins walk, 1 min run, 1 min walk and 1 min run. My legs are KILLING me especially after going up and down stairs numerous times at work afterwards (highschool with no elevator so no cheating!) I think a bath is in order tonight to relax the muscles a bit and then back to gym again at 5 am tomorrow! :)
    1916 days ago
  • v AHEALTHIERME44
    Great goal to get to the gym in the am. I just got back into a regular workout pattern again this week with cardio telling myself to start with 10 min at least and always end up doing much more. I can relate to your joint pain...I have the same issue and always feel better after working out.
    Make your 35 birthday your new year of you...I know you can do this! Hang in there..one day at a time :)

    1917 days ago
  • v JOYCERN12
    WOOHOO, YOU CAN DO IT! emoticon
    1917 days ago
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