Wow. I didn't click on the link, but if that's real... just wow. I would never buy such a thing. I want exercise to be as pleasant and enjoyable as I can while pushing myself at the same time, not something I fear an electric shock from if I refrain from it for a certain time period.
Starting weight: 309.4 1st goal: 10.4 pounds, 299 by July 2, 2014 (met June 25th) 2nd goal: 30 pounds- 10% of remaining weight, 269 by October 15, 2014 (met September 24th) 3rd goal: 27 pounds- 10% of remaining weight, 242 by January 7, 2015 (met January 28th) 4th goal: 24 pounds: 10% of remaining weight, 218 by April 29, 2015
current weight: 221.2
Fitness Minutes: (90,600)
8/4/14 1:39 P
No Way...Just saw a TV commercial for a new plastic looking waist gadget that you wear. It's supposed to replace gastric surgery. Sounds way to fishy to me. Why not wear a straight jacket or solder up your pantry?
Housework can't kill you, but why take a chance?.....Phyllis Diller
Fitness Minutes: (222,560)
7/25/14 11:27 A
It's a shame that they wasted all that creativity and innovation on something that punishes when instead they could have made something that says, "Oh, come on. You already did 8000 steps today; just 2000 more and you'll hit your goal! 2000 is nothing! Come on, let's go!"
Don't shock or nag; cajole! How cool a name would that be-- The Cajoler 1000.
current weight: 132.0
Fitness Minutes: (31,113)
1,888 7/24/14 9:57 P
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