SparkPeople is more than I have committed time for, most days--so many things to do! However, I have made progress from my beginning, even if I have not lost weight:
I have learned that fitness has little to do with weight: my daily steps are double what they were two years ago, when I'd typically have to rest for a couple days after taking even a mile walk.
I have discovered that even the slightest reduction in caloric intake leaves me groggy and so fatigued that I can't even sit up straight in a chair the next day.
Recently learned some Chi Gong moves that not only feel like a workout, but also de-stress and relax me. Surprising.
Put a small electric assist on my big recumbent trike so that I can deal with the hills until I get my bike muscles back in shape (Oh, the freedom again!)
Found a pool that is not chlorinated so that I can begin swimming for the first time in 16 years -- Kennedy Fitness complex here uses an ozone system. Yippee! Of course, finding a swimsuit to fit my weird shape is going to be a challenge...but I'm up for it!
So Spring has sprung at my house. :) Hope all of you are similarly energized.
Over the hill, learning to enjoy the view
| current weight: 195.0