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May Results-I can't believe it

Sunday, May 27, 2012

I am so excited. I just got on the scale and it said 129.0! I have not been in the 120's since November of 2009 when I went from 137-127 in a few months due to stress.

I started May at 134 and ended at 129. Thats -5 lbs and I have not lost weight like that in quite a while. Wow, I can not believe I am back in the 120's.

I feel like getting up and dancing right now emoticon

Things I did different this month:


I have been eating 95% vegan since April 12th. I was really scared but I feel like its good for me and the list of things I can eat is much longer than the forbidden foods list. So if you are considering it you should do it!

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I switched up my exercise routine. I spent a couple weeks at home and joined LA fitness and got to do kickboxing, step and sculpting classes and my body responded really well. I think it loves the extra strength training, so now that i am back home I started on Jillian Michael's ripped in 30 week 2 and C25k.

I have been studying for my board exams (pray for me!), which means sitting most of the day and I was afraid of gaining weight , but so far so good. I know 129 is only a hop, skip and jump away from the 130's so i know I have to keep pushing myself. I will not be able to do another weigh in until the 10th due to next week being the week I gain water weight like crazy ( oh the joys of womanhood) but I will stay on track.

Happy Weight Loss Journey!

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VHBU88 5/27/2012 10:08PM

    thanks guys!

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LEN_VERSION32 5/27/2012 8:23PM

    Sweet!!! emoticon

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