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TRYING AGAIN

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Well, I got up to 350 lbs couple months ago. Just weighed myself tonight (Monday night) and managed to lose a whopping 2 lbs in 2 months doing nothing but mostly cutting out meat. (work in progress) I have started doing some core stretches during the day and walking outside for about 20 feet (which is all my back allows) the last few days. I am going to start incorporating more core exercises and arm exercises as well as continue bouncing on my Rebounder each day. We'll see how I do. emoticon
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  • v ANDYGIRL1219
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    1125 days ago
  • v CHUBBEGONE28
    Hi there. Came across your page because we have similar weight and goals. I know that it seems daunting when you look at the big number to lose, but but just remember you didn't gain the weight overnight....it will take some time to ditch it in a healthy way. Two pounds lost is better than two gained and it will keep going down! I am just starting off with adding exercise and plan on starting small and adding minutes. Let me know if you want an accountability buddy! :)
    1133 days ago
  • v RISINGBLUESTAR
    Don't worry. You will get the weight off. Give yourself time and keep doing what you are doing. It's a struggle but baby steps add up. You CAN do this!

    Good luck!

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    1133 days ago
  • v WOLFKITTY
    Turn up some good music and start swaying and shaking it around the house!! Even if you get tired you can keep those arms moving--the secret is tO find the music that you just can't keep from dancing! Hehehehee.

    Proud of you and your walks! It takes focus to do something every day. Way to go!
    :)
    Jocelyn
    1135 days ago
  • v 3016DEBRA
    emoticon Baby steps will get you to your goal!
    1137 days ago
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