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LISAGEGARE
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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

I haven't been on Spark Coach because it expired and I don't want to pay monthly so I'm waiting for a better bargain. I started my new job and I'm happy so far. I maintained my weight for 10 days despite not being able to walk and workout as much as I like. Today I'm off so I'll do my 84 minute Coach Nicole DVD and then hopefully get a walk in later. I'm actually starting to get sore from not working out. It's been 10 days! My goal is to do my video twice a week and walk 6 days a week even if I have to get up really early or walk later in the day.
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  • v KELLIEBEAN
    I did spark coach while it was free and I liked. I also didn't want to add another montly bill to our budget.

    I really like the videos on SP and my coach Nicole DVD. I read spark people articles and everyone's blogs to get new ideas so it's all good.

    Way to go maintaining your weight for 10 days with little activity! Big Win!

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    1135 days ago
  • v LISAGEGARE
    Good to hear that others aren't digging the monthly Spark Coach billing, I thought it was a glitch or something. emoticon
    1135 days ago
  • v RASPBERRY56
    I hear you on the Spark Coach deal - since I'm rather financially.....ahem..... *conservative*, I'm not going down that "monthly charge" route - I've got enough of those, thank you very much!

    Congrats on your new job, and keep up the good work with your workout routine!
    1135 days ago
  • v KITT52
    good plan

    I have asked for the 3 months for 14.99 plan to come back...have not heard back yet...


    have a healthy day
    1135 days ago
  • v ELRIDDICK
    Thanks for sharing
    1135 days ago
  • v DMEYER4
    great job keep up the good work and have a great day
    1135 days ago
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