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Here I go again... I hope

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Well it's official. I'm back up to my original heavy weight. I regained the 25 lbs that I had lost. It took me almost 3 years but I did. emoticon
So now with summer coming on, I need to begin again. This time will be harder for a multitude of reasons but number 1 being that I cannot exercise like I could before. I tore the cartilage in my right hip doing aerobics. (Labral tear) A cortisone shot has helped a great deal with the pain but it still hurts when I do certain movements. I can manage walking so I will begin there.
Tracking food is so tedious and I hate doing it but I know it is the only thing that will work for me. Sooooo...... here we go.
Pray for me because I will certainly need it.

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CRZYQUILTER 2/17/2013 10:32AM

    Thank you

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ALIALI2013 2/13/2013 11:40AM

    You definitely have my prayers, I'm just starting again after losing 60 pounds and ending up back where I started again after my Dad's death (stress, being in the hospital with him for a few months, etc) and more. I hate having to start over, but it's something we both and others, must do.

My "yuck" thing, is the exercise, and now I have a knee problem because I fell on both knees, twice in two weeks time, and they hurt. You can do this, and so can I, Try, like I've been doing, the chair exercises, at your rate. They do bring your heart rate up, they make you sweat, and you can do them at whatever is comfortable for you, but at least you're exercising.

The food thingy gets easier, this is only my second week and I've found it's gotten a lot easier already. I wish you a lot of luck, but more than that...I KNOW you can do this. :) Many Prayers!

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