Hi, LOBBY and
to Spark and to the Team! I like your attitude - 61 is young. I was just talking to some of my cousins about this. We are all in that age group and we are all amazed how much "younger' we are then our parents were. I think our Baby Boomer Generation has a younger outlook then any group before them
Here is my advice - for what it's worth
1) Use your nutrition tracker faithfully, every single day, because it will keep you honest and accountable for your choices; 2) Find a few exercises/activities YOU enjoy doing and then do them 3-4X a week. It can be walking, running, biking, an hour at a gym - whatever. For me it's water aerobics, water jogging, using aqua dumb bells for strength training, lawn bowling, and Bocce ball
Whatever you decide to do, if you enjoy it the odds are you'll stick with it!; 3) Stay active with your Team(s) because they will give you tons of encouragement and keep you motivated. It's like having your own personal
and; 4) Have fun with this! You are doing something great for yourself so enjoy the journey!
On last thought: this is one area where "slow and steady wins the race" is more then just an old cliche
Spark teaches you how to live a new and healthier lifestyle and you need time to re-educate yourself and develop a new relationship with food.
Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He wlll make your paths straight. Proverbs 3:5-6
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