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Q: What's the best feeling when you are losing weight?

Sunday, July 17, 2011

A: Trying on an old pair of jeans and realizing they fit!

It's like a have a whole new (old) wardrobe with 5 new pairs of jeans/pants and a few more shirts. I've noticed that most of the weight I'm losing is in my legs so I need to start focusing on more than just cardio geared toward my legs.

What a glorious day.
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  • THRASHEJ
    Awesome Job!

    I've never really had that feeling. The one time in my life that I lost significant weight I wasn't really trying to lose so therefore never did the "try on old clothes" thing. Plus, not a big fan of saving old clothes. I really believe it can damage you psychologically. I'll hold onto a few but I have friends that refuse to buy new clothes and have a WHOLE CLOSET of clothes at least 5 sizes smaller than they are. I think of what I used to be often enough, I don't need reminders LOL....
    1892 days ago
  • ILIKETOZUMBA
    Ooh, I LOVE trying on old clothes! I've been hauling around umpteen shirts and pairs of pants for years now, every time I move, just because I'm sure that SOMEDAY I'll fit back into them. And it's so exciting whenever I pull out one of those clothing items and find that it fits (or is close to fitting).

    For me, it's a tie between trying on old clothes, and going to the doctor. I kind of love getting weighed there every time now, because my doctor will always get so excited that I've lost more weight. I can't handle talking about my weight loss with friends or family (major embarrassment issues there), so my doctor is the one person I can celebrate with, and I love it!

    I'm so glad you had a great day!! :)
    1897 days ago
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