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JENGARWICK
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will I make it????

Tuesday, April 05, 2011

I am closing in and I can really start to see the finish line. The last 10lbs have really challenged me. I am only average about 1 pound loss a month and that is with me working out 5 - 6 days a week for an hour, and staying pretty darn strict with my diet. I have to really work hard at staying motivated cause it can be hard. I have to keep reminding myself how far I have come. I started out at 220+ and my weight this morning was 143.6.
I have started to really focus on strength training in the last few months and I am just beginning to see the evidence of abs under their.
So I am adding another picture and will try to do one for May and then June which is my goal date.
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  • v DENISEFOR110
    Wow you look fabulous. Even though you haven't reached your goal you should feel really proud about all you have accomplished.
    1876 days ago
  • v SHEROTT1
    You look great! Keep up the hard work and it will pay off!
    1876 days ago
  • v KNH771
    You look wonderful! Congrats on your success so far and hanging in there when things slowed down for you. A lot of people would have given up. I'm sure you'll get to your goal!
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    1876 days ago
  • v FOXYBY40
    I think you look fabulous. The last 13 pounds are killing me with the same story. 5 times a week I do cardio, 3 times a week strength training, and I've been doing well on my diet. Hang in there - at some point it has to fall off emoticon
    Have you ever worked with a kettlebell? Prevention.com has a great kettlebell workout that has pulled me out of my plateau. Once you get to their website, enter the word kettlebell in their search area. You'll see a blonde in a yellow top; that's the workout I'm talking about. Best of luck!!
    1876 days ago
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