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I like the new way too, thats what I will stick with
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I find the new way just fine with all the tracking I do for this and my other teams.
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i liked the old way better too!
but i guess we needed to give thenew a try
Edited by: SHARIRUN at: 6/3/2008 (07:31)
the old way helped you be accountable a little more..........i think too..........
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Hey folks...although I appreciate the new Team Goals concept SparkPeople now offers, I have to confess to missing the old way of tracking our progress as we had done prior to May.
How about for June we return to that former method of posting our daily efforts re: cardio and strength-building sessions...would that be of interest to a number of you...? Although I left it as an "option" for May it didn't seem as though too many folks chose to use that option...
What do you all think?
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