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Happy New Year Spark People!

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Wow its been a few months since my last blog, which was really whinny LOL

Still keeping the spark. Not actively losing due to lack of exercise, but not gaining back, so maintaining. Decided last night to walk 2. 5 miles a day starting today. I'm hoping if I start on January 1st the thought of breaking my streak will keep me going. It works with SP. I come here every single day to spin the wheel. I think I missed one day in the past 2 & half years

I want to see what the effects of simple walking, daily can do for weight loss. I lost 35 pounds by eating right and my exercise was walking, but it was a lot of fast walking with jogging thrown in. Now I want to see if plain old non sweaty walking will do anything.

I know consistency is the key to losing weight, lets see if consistent low impact walking does anything.

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  • v MNGIRLIE
    You can do it!!
    1303 days ago
  • v STRINGS58
    Walking simply does your body good!

    http://www.youtube.com
    /watch?v=aUaInS6HIGo

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    uldn't get the link active)

    enjoy it! emoticon
    1303 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/1/2013 7:55:47 PM
  • v FLORIDASUN
    Hey...I say anything towards fitness and health is a step in the RIGHT direction. I love my newest gizmo...the fitbit. Really keeps me motivated to get those stairs and steps in daily! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1303 days ago
  • v DANLIN60
    So glad to hear from you Cheryl I have missed you co-leader. How is everything else in your life going?

    Hugs

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    1303 days ago
  • v EVIE4NOW
    It's good that you've returned. emoticon
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    1303 days ago
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