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    LOSEITLINDSAY   12,077
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Still Going....

Thursday, October 18, 2012

I know I haven't posted in a few, but I'm still around.

I've been trying out a new gym. I've been there every day for different classes. So far, Turbo Kick, and Strength Training classes have kicked my butt!!!!

Anyway, I'm still stuck at 196. I think I'm eating too much to lose anything right now. I need to start watching again, but I definitely don't want to feel too restricted. I think the key is whole foods. I have to come up with a plan for easier meals that Casey and I will both eat. I hate to cook, but I think it is time to dig in and do it anyway. If I can get into a routine with it, maybe it won't be so bad.

I'd like to be in the 170s or at least low 180s by the end of the year. I am determined to beat Obesity!!!!

Still, I've maintained the 196 with only a little effort for nearly 6 months. I have to be proud of myself for that! But, there's more work to be done. I always feel so much better when I've been working out, and even better when I'm eating right. I need to remember that!

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SPARKLINGHOPE 10/19/2012 1:32PM

    Best wishes!!

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PATTYKLAVER 10/19/2012 9:20AM

    I'm not one to cook either. I know I need to get into it - I just haven't been motivated enough. I did buy some cookbooks, but they're just sitting on my bookshelf. It's great that you're active and that you have maintained your weight for so long. I think your body needed this time to adjust. It sounds like you've got renewed motivation, so I'm sure some more weight will come off by the end of the year.

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AUNTJAM 10/18/2012 10:41PM

    Hi Lindsay, I read "I Can Make You Thin" by Paul McKenna. It offers interesting insights into re-training your body and mind to eating only when truly hungry and stopping when full. It's not a diet, more like a mindset and new way of eating. you're never hungry and it works. It's a very slow weight loss but steady. I've lost 22 and maintained it for 6 months and am still losing. I work out every day, have found easy foods that I love to eat and keep them on hand, I don't track my food, but I do track my fitness daily. Congrats on keeping it off thus far and for your gym workouts. That says a lot for your determination. There are so many great dedicated folks on this site, in particular, my friend, Pixie-licious who inspires me every day. I have you to thank for finding Sparkpeople. Stay strong, Girl! emoticon I'm right there with you!

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TAMARA6905 10/18/2012 10:00PM

    Maintaining is always nice! I just came back from a "hiatus" and I didn't gain any weight either. It may not have been a step forward, but it wasn't a step back either!! Keep pushing through and you'll reach your goal!

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