FOXXIER

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This photo was taken in August 2009, and after seeing this I realised that now's the time to get fitter and slimmer!


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Hi! Welcome to my SparkPage!

I joined SparkPeople in 2006. In 2009 I had a knee injury and gained some weight. With SparkPeople I was able to lose it and some more, but fell off the wagon and gained some back after a few years.

Now I'm looking forward to getting fitter and healthier with SparkPeople. I'm trying to pay attention to my trigger foods and to practise mindful eating. Also keeping track by weighing myself every week is something I want to do to keep myself accountable.

Some members in my family are also struggling with weight issues and I would like to try to motivate and encourage them to get healthy, but in a positive, not preachy, manner. I would also like to improve my coaching skills and become a better instructor in taekwondo.

I'm trying to find a good mix of exercising to prevent injuries. Exercising as such is no problem, I love sports.

Last but not least, I would really love to get rid of clutter in my house and get more organised!


Member Since: 9/27/2006

Fitness Minutes: 179,674

My Goals:
Get to 56 kg by end November 2013.

Have a fit and healthy body, good, healthy knees :).

Be a better coach and instructor.

Get rid of the clutter in the house.


My Program:
Fitness:
- Strength: gym 2-3 times a week
- Cardio:
jogging/running at least twice a week; walking whenever and wherever possible
Taekwondo 2-5 times a week

Mix these two with cycling/swimming/classes (BodyCombat, functional training, BodyPump).

Try to have as much variability in the training to avoid injuries.

Yoga, stretching more!

Nutrition:
- Track foods for each day.
- Eat lots of vegetables, enough protein and some fruits and some good starches/whole grain products each day. Limit sugars, potatos, beer and other alcohol, processed foods.
- Drink at least 8 cups of water each day!

Get 8 hours of sleep each night.

Weigh-in once a week.

Set up an exercise "bank".

Clean one drawer/week, throw out unnecessary things.



Personal Information:
I'm a 36 yr old female and live in Finland.

I'm 5'4''.


Other Information:
I like sports, both participating and watching.




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  • v GIRLTRUCKIN
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    Hi Friend!

    Stopping by to WELCOME you to Your Quickfire Challenge Team and to Congratulate you for adding One more tool to your belt

    Check in daily on your Quickfire Challenge Of The Day! Or sign up for "New Team Postings" to keep up with your daily QuickFire! Also, join in the Individual/Team Goal to track your QuickFire & SparkPoint standings.

    We suggest you read over "Your QuickFire Map" & other Sticky Notes; Check out the Tabs at the Top (Announcements, Photos & Links) for additional Information, Tools & Motivation to help You achieve Your Goals!

    Have a GREAT journey... and remember to eliminate excuses that keep you from attaining your goals and you WILL get there, One QuickFire Challenge At A Time!


    If you have any question, please fee free to contact us!

    Thank-You for QuickFiring Your Life! =0) Kelli, Wendy & Mic



    Nike ~
    "If you went running when you first started thinking about it, you'd be back by now."

    "Others aren't staring at you. They're thinking how they should be running, too."

    "Someone who is busier than you is running right now."

    "The road to hell is paved with couches."

    "It's easier to sleep than run. That's why sleeping isn't an Olympic sport."

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    3747 days ago
  • v CRYSTALLYNNE
    Welcome to the TaeKwonDo team!!
    3748 days ago
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