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10/22/10 2:12 P

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Welcome Back! Yes, walking will take those inches & pounds off. We just need to stop letting life get in the way and putting our exercise on the back burner. emoticon

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10/22/10 2:10 P

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Hi Barb
Welcome. I love the WATP programs too!.. I am also Diabetic so I understand the value of monitoring what we eat and the how much activity helps in controlling the blood glucose levels! Glad you joined us.

"It does not matter how slowly you go, so long as you do not stop" (Confucius)

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Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.
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10/22/10 2:00 P

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My name is Barb and I use to walk everyday with the WARP tapes and some outside ..I did good,lostinches and weight...than I don't know what happened ...I gained 6 pounds back and went up a pant size.....I want to begin again and make a goal of losing 4-5 pounds a month ...I weigh around 225,I'm 5'4".....I'm a diabetic and really need to get healthy

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