Seeing Some Progress!

Thursday, May 01, 2008

Yesterday morning was my Weigh Inn/Measurement Day. I usually way myself every two weeks. So I first thing in the morning, I jump on the scale... to my amazement I lost 7lbs over the past two weeks... A total of 14lbs over the past 6 weeks that I've been working out. I've also lost 14 inches over the past 6 weeks. That's averaging a little more than two pounds and two inches per week! Now that's exciting to me!

I don't see results like this. I guess, keeping within your calorie range and working out consistantly really does work! I'm really enjoying working out... Thanks to my sister and mom! They've been such an encouragement and It's been so great because we've been working out together. It's a great way to bond and spend time with them. I'm lovin' it!!

Well... I have MANY more pounds and inches to lose, but it's a start and I'm so thrilled at the results so far. Hopefully the pounds and inches will continue to fall off!
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    congrats, keep on keeping on. just reading your blog has inspired and motivated me. thanks
    4793 days ago
    Praise the Lord! That is outstanding work on your part! Make sure you reward yourself! emoticon
    4795 days ago
    CONGRATS on your success!!!!!!!!!!
    4795 days ago
  • JESSI729
    Woohoo! Congrats on the loss so far! Keep on keepin on!
    4795 days ago

    Congratulations on your success of the 14 lbs and inches lost.
    You have tasted the tip of success when you have everything balanced. I can see you finding the finish line and crossing over it to remain successful.

    It is so good to have someone that supports and makes the time to work with you on your are so blessed to have your mom and sis with you on this lifestyle journey.

    Alicia Keep up this great work you have started.

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