Week 1 was a challenge because I thought I was already doing everything right. I had to fight such simple things. I really know how to make something easy so hard. lol. I haven't backed out on it yet. I am on week 2. I have to work on exercise. It's the only goal I didn't get through in week 1.
Pounds lost: 4.0
Fitness Minutes: (16,542) Posts: 9,352 4/8/13 12:38 A
I got my exercise in for the last 2 weeks, but since the time changed, this morning I could not even get up....I have got to figure something else out. I have to be out of the door by a certain time and oh well....you get the idea...
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Pounds lost: 32.0
Fitness Minutes: (5,411) Posts: 3,013 3/10/13 11:37 P
I exercised daily last week for the first half of the week, and then found exercises to not exercise the next half of the week. I am recommitting to exercising again this week, as it helps my blood glucose. It makes me feel good too, as I am proactively doing something to help myself instead of just sitting around or being in denial.
Try harder--in everything that you do!
If the mind mends, the body will follow.
Gluten free is working for me!
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Oops I forgot we had to check in after 2 weeks. Umm what can I say, first week was very very hard, 2nd week getting better. Lost 6 pounds first week, amazing. Struggling with working out what to have all the time I must admit. But I am now in the 5th week and only just putting down my 2nd. Have lost a total of 16 pounds in that 4 weeks.
Edited by: HARPS57 at: 3/6/2013 (04:50)
current weight: 276.0
Fitness Minutes: (7,929) Posts: 191 2/25/13 8:14 A
Keep up the great work!!! You can do this!!! That is wonderful that your employer is taking a pro-active stand in your health! I know that you know this but I control my sugar without medication by cutting our white foods except cauliflower! No white rice, quinoa, couscous, brown rice, no white bread and I love the food tracking here, it helps me reduce my sodium.
Also I have joined a water aerobics class 5 days a week and walk a mile 2 days a week. Hope to up that to 2 miles this week.
My goal is to get my A1C down to 6.0, loose 45 more pounds and come off my blood pressure medicine by Dec.
We can do this!! I can do all things through Christ Jesus who strengthens me!
I can do all things through Christ Jesus who strengthens me!
Week one was good...i'm motivated to keep moving forward into week 2 with a positive attitude. Work stress last week had me spiking all over the place. Working within the meal plan helped me smooth out the bumps and come out steadier that I would have in the past. Yesterday my fasting was 207. WAY WAY better than 270 and 307 when I started my first week. And I lost 1 lb.
I have a "biometric" appointment on March 15th for my company. In order for my employer to pay a certain amount of our health insurance premium, I must show progress to controlling my blood sugar, lowering BMI and have a good cholesterol screening. If I don't make these requirements, I have to sign an "agreement" that I will commit to better health. I am very motivated to have a good fasting glucose that morning. And a somewhat decent cholesterol screening.
My real test is with my doc at the end of March with the A1C and other blood work. I want to show to my doc that I have improved since my last A1C was 10.5.
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