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I am 40, female, fat & flatulent. These four descriptors are a recipe for disaster. How did I earn the privilege of being such a disasterous recipe?

Well the answer is easy: Not caring or focusing on the hints & signals my body was giving me.

When my camisole no longer fit over my stomach in 2003, instead of exercising or watching my intake, I simply brought a new one. I thought to myself maybe I am gaining weight. But then I thought" the camisole is pretty old & worn it probably has lost all of its elasticity".

When I began having problems with knee pain I said to myself: Wow this knee pain is intense I should see a doctor & find out if I have arthritis. It never dawned on me that my weight was at an all time high and maybe have been the culprit. Instead I purchased special liniments, barrowed a knee brace and continued to gain weight. I said to myself: No big deal the pain is probably related to the cold weather.

When I no longer could fit the size 8 ball gowns I purchased as a reward for loosing 50 pounds, instead of taking inventory of my health I brought new dresses. When I could no longer fit the size 10-14 ballgowns I purchased to replace teh size 8 's then I stopped atended functions that required such attire. I said to myself: No big deal, if an event arises & I need a new ball gown then I will be able to afford to purchase one.

When I could not fit my favorite jeans I brought a new pair. Never did it cross my mind that I should actively try to loose weight.

When the pain in my lower back caused the inability to breath comfortably, when the pain in my back was so intense that I fell on my knees & begged for a pain injection, when the pain in my back was so intense that I cried like a new born baby, when the pain in my back was so intense that I could not move, when the pain in my back was so intense that I could not get in our out of my car--that is when I stopped ignoring the signs. But even that was temporary. I knew this new back pain was related to weight gain so I tried to pull myself together & exericse you know --do all the right things to loose the poundage. But at times I went on eating sprees. I gained 8 pounds in 5 days. Gained & lost 3-8 pounds for a season. I was back to my regular stunts. The back pain became a distant memory & I was able to focus upon my every day life of ignoring the warning signals my body sends me on a regular basis.


Member Since: 1/4/2007

Fitness Minutes: 1,340

My Goals:
Goals:
My personal goals
1. Listen to signs my body gives me
2. To fit in to my favorite jeans (Black Gloria Vanderbilt’s)
3. Wear a size 10 dress (today I am a size 18)
4. Speaks positive words of encouragement and motivation to my self on a daily basis

5. Weight goals:
March 19, 2007- 180 lb--ACTUAL- 180.5 on March 25
April 9, 2007- 178 lb
May 9, 2007-173 lb






My Program:
Overview of what I am doing to meet my goals

1. Use five minutes of each day to speak words of affirmation to me
2. Answer my body in a positive manner when it sends me warning signs.
3. I will not purchase new clothing to replace items I can no longer fit.
4. Hang my Gloria Vanderbilt jeans on the back of my bathroom door & hold pleasant conversation with them every time I get out of the shower.
5. 200 minutes of cardio weekly (can include DVD or tape)
6. Strength training three times every week
7. Drink water between meals
8. Actively participate in a support group










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