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New Start, once again

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Well , I have been to ashamed to get back to the site after I haven't been sticking to my plan in January.
My weight stayed the same luckily haven't gain any weight, last night instead of feeling sorry for myself I decided to take out WATP dvd and walked to Leslie 4 miles walk, and thought hey I can't change the fact I work long hours and my life is hectic , I will still try to do any where between 1 to 4 miles /day
I'm turning my focus away from the number on the scale to real accomplishments , which I set myself to 100 miles till March 28, I also stopped letting any food/ drink but water go through my lips past 7 pm.

After walking 4 miles yesterday and 3 miles tonight, my legs can feel little burn, the mistake I did before I ignored the fact that I haven't worked out in ages and went right into the hard core stuff like Jillian so this time I will build my stamina first then I will increase intensity.

So good luck to me and all SP members and hopefully March will bring real changes to my waist line :)

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BLUE42DOWN 3/1/2012 1:52PM

    emoticon back!

Sometimes it takes multiple starts, sometimes we stumble and struggle to get going again, sometimes life just up and drags us away kicking and screaming. Don't ever feel ashamed to come back, because coming back means you are still in the fight!

Good luck!


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KATD13 2/29/2012 11:49PM

    It's great that you are so motivated!
I always look at this as a weight loss journey, not a sprint. Sometime on a journey, there are detours. There can be bumps along the way, but then you get back on the road & continue on to your destination.

You can do this, don't let a detour get you down.

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