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SAMSPARK1
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GETTING SOMEWHERE...

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Still plugging along! emoticon I will start W8 of C25K tomorrow which means I have completed three 25 min. runs. I had actually done a few runs outside but didn't really follow C25K, just kind of ran/walked when I felt like it.

Weight wise I have been up and down a bit but overall about 15.5 lbs since Dec. Trying to celebrate this but somewhat frustrating that I could be even more if I would be more faithful with following things as I should be.....Still, better than gaining!! emoticon

Trying to recognize the positives - back to much more exercise, progress with the running, better tracking, better water intake and clothes feeling so much better!!!!!!!!!!

Only 18 days until we leave on vacation! emoticon Still time to make progress!
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  • CEILIE2
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    you are doing so well 15.5 pounds is great.
    Look at the positives your are running ,weight is down ,clothes fitting better and you sound like you are energized! emoticon
    1708 days ago
  • SAMSPARK1
    Thanks ladies!! Will get there!!!
    1708 days ago
  • MRKTGCHICK
    Hey Steph ... Great job with your C25K! And don't get frustrated about how slow your progress has been. I just hit 15.4 lbs lost this morning so it's taking a while for me too. But the point is not how long it takes... Only that it continues downward over the longer run. emoticon
    1708 days ago
  • SIMPLELIFE4REAL
    15.5 pounds since December is huge!!! I think sometime things like The Biggest Loser and ads to lose 20 pounds in 2 weeks makes us lose perspective on what is a healthy weight loss rate. You are doing great.
    1709 days ago
  • THEROUNDPEN
    You SO have your head (and heart) in the right place!!! YOU CAN DO THIS!!!! :)
    1710 days ago
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