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First Goal = Not Reached

Tuesday, December 04, 2012

Good morning :)

Quick update:

I didn't reach my first goal of 199lbs by December 1st. I'm disappointed since I haven't budged from 200lbs in about a week even though I'm working out and eating well. I did spend less time being active last week do to major back pains. My back feels better now so things are in full-swing again.

I'm not too down about not reaching my goal because I know I'll get there. The goals are simply there for motivational purposes. I'm a slow loser and I've come to accept that.

Hope everyone has a great day!
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  • TRYTRYAGAIN10
    Don't worry! It'll come off eventually if you keep working at it like you are! It's a bummer not to make a goal but try to just push on. You're doing great!
    1395 days ago
  • KANDOLAKER
    Great, great attitude!! Keep plugging along and you'll soon be there. All the best!
    1395 days ago
  • PMRUNNER
    Sounds like you are really close and keeping a good attitude! I am having trouble getting through a plateau too. Good luck and keep it up!
    1395 days ago
  • NOE1234
    Totally understand what you mean. You have a great attitude, thanks for sharing and take care of that back.
    1395 days ago
  • STODD251
    Same here. I have even decided to do more exercise in an attempt to get the weight to budge, but doesn't seem like it's getting me anywhere. I was totally hoping to be under 170 by December, but I keep landing just over 170... it is starting to be frustrating... but I'll keep pushing on because regardless of whether the weight is dropping, I am living a healthy lifestyle and that is more important anyway
    1395 days ago
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