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''I Walked Off 60 Pounds in the Comfort of My Home!''

TIME4JUDI Walked Without Setting Foot Outside

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  • STEPNLARRY
    I know the feeling I was 304, breast cancer twice in 2 years, also had brain operation..kept getting sick lost a little weight with cancer treatment..after treatments wanted to feel better, started watching what I was eating, started using my treadmill, at first just 10 mins a day perhaps once a week as I got stronger, 20 mins, with incline, now am 20 mins 4 days a week starting to in crease my speed and setting new goals..I now weight 261, dress size was 22-24 now wear 16-18 and a large shirt instead of 2 0r 3x...I feel so much better. - 7/12/2012 6:57:13 AM
  • XCASSIEGOTTOX
    Very inspiring! I have lost 20 pounds so far and am looking to lose 20-30 more. I cannot wait to buy my treadmill! Thanks for the motivation! - 6/29/2012 8:15:53 PM
  • Congratulations, Judi! You're an inspiration!

    I'm using Leslie's Walk Away the Pounds DVDs also. I'm up to the 2 mile walk, every other day so far. I'm mostly at home because I'm caregiver for my Dad, who has dementia. I'm just not able to go to a gym or take a walk outside. I also have asthma and outdoors activities can often be a problem for me anyway. These DVDs are a perfect solution for me. I also like to do SP's Resistance Band workout on alternate days.

    Sue - 6/28/2012 2:44:29 PM
  • Judi! I completely agree with you! That is how I am doing it, already, too; before I, even, saw and read this article! I, too, have an auto-immune disease! Sarcoidosis! I, like you, am embarrassed about the way I look (especially, when exercising); and I don't like being stared at. I know my weight gain was due to the Steroids that I was put on; and, at first, I could not, even, exercise if I wanted to (because of balance, and control problems). Now, I am off the steroids (and found SparkPeople on May 8, 2012, when surfing the internet). I am doing my walking (privately), using my treadmill, sometimes, independently (just walking on it, uphill; I have it, purposely, set on a 10" incline); and, I , also, have the WII fitness program. I, too, have a balance problem; and, like you, trip a lot, even, over air (so I know, exactly, what you mean). Sometimes, I can't, even, walk straight; like I am drunk, or something. I, too, am working on reaching my goal in the privacy of my own home; and, am happy to have the support of SparkPeople, to share it with. Congratulations, on your weight loss, and success. One day, I will grow up, and be just like you! lol ;-) - 6/21/2012 2:13:10 PM
  • 1 - Congrats!, 2- you are so right about the kids. My daughters love doing the Walk at home videos with me. They even beg to get on the treadmill! Thanks for the advice! - 6/21/2012 10:52:39 AM
  • Thanks for the article and congratulations on your weight loss. I have Leslie DVD's also. I just need to use them daily now. Thanks for the encouragement. - 5/14/2012 12:10:59 PM
  • MARISDELISH
    Judi, I know that I've read your inspiring story before but something brought me back to it today. Thank you for sharing and more importantly, thank you for modelling what is necessary for ANY person to get things going with their own walking programme. Thank you once again and God bless! - 4/29/2012 9:15:33 AM
  • This gives me some incentive to break my Leslie S. video back out!! Thanks, and congratulations!! - 2/15/2012 11:01:00 AM
  • CROSS6974
    Thank you for sharing your journey. It was really inspiring. - 1/12/2012 11:52:03 PM
  • I have been using the Leslie S series as well and it is great. I can get exercise in at home and at work when Im on break or working with students on the health iniative.

    Thanks for your story. Its awesome. God be with you on your journey. - 12/29/2011 12:10:41 PM
  • CGEMBERLI
    Wow...what an AWESOME story...it is very inspirational to me,I have been trying to lose weight for years & I think I've tried every diet out there and I own quite a few of Leslie's dvd's and my problem was I never stuck to it but after reading this I know I can do it...:)
    Thank you soooooo much for sharing your story with others,May God bless you!!!
    PS:I'm not a morning person but I am definately really gonna try to make getting up early to walk with Leslie a lifestyle change for me.
    Thank you again,
    Crystal - 7/13/2011 2:33:13 PM
  • MELLY3183
    Thank you so much for doing this article. I was just diagnosed in February with MS and found that I needed to work out at home. I do have a bike but miss walking, I will definitely look into this series. Congrats on your weight loss and good luck with your journey! - 5/29/2011 8:16:29 PM
  • I ♥ Leslie! and I recommend her to ANYONE! Especially if you are new to exercise or other higher impact routines are too much. She is super positive and always reminds you that "you can't do it wrong!"

    Congrats on your weight loss! - 4/19/2011 8:52:37 AM
  • Judy- You are a rock star! I am a little over one week walking outdoors. I prefer the outdoors, but I too have bad seasonal allergies and the weather in MI fluctuates all the time, so it's a great way to make sure I can get in my walking when indoors or after hours when my son is sleeping...
    I'm so inspired by you I might just get up in the morning and do an indoor walk before work :) Thanks for your moving story! - 4/19/2011 8:45:57 AM
  • Leslie Sansone was my aerobics instructor back in New Castle, PA, before she started the walking routine. Her husband (now ex) was our high school principal at one time.
    Question: On what do you do your walking? I started one time and DH said I was going to ruin the carpet. Do you put down a sheet of plywood or something similar??? - 3/11/2011 10:45:17 PM

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