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Monday, September 07, 2009

Hello all,
I hope you are reaching your goals!!! I am trying, but so far a stand still has occurred. I am suffering from pinched nerves in my lower back, so I am limited to what I can do. Walking is great, but I can't exactly do it all the time. Strength training is a hard one for me. I don't quite know which moves to do. So I am looking for some advice on what would be doable for someone in my shoes?!? The first two months I lost 8 lbs. I have had to change how much exercise I do. I was burning 3500- 4000 calories a week, but it took a toll on my body and I had to make some changes. Now I am doing 3000. If anybody has any advice on how to jumpstart my body into lossing weight I would love to hear it!!! I want the weight gone and it's not leaving, any help would be great, thanks

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  • MOMMY3084
    Hello, well all I can tell you is to pray and ask God to help you. your doing great by burning 3000 cals a week and you will start seeing results you just have to be the big p patiant and it will not happen in your time oh also i switched my eatting i eat a big lunch and a small dinner and that is what has been helping me you should try it well hope my advice worked talk to you later love you bye sis.
    3512 days ago
    Well im slo in a simular position i lefted my daughter and pulled a muscle in my stomach(almost like cramping but its not) i can hardly walk and i have to chase a 2 year old around, i really wish i knew how you had time to burn 3000 cal a week, i dont have enough time to work out more then a half hour a day not including my house wrok of course. but somone keeps telling me akai berry helps you lose weight, havent tried it yet myself going to wait till i can walk upright.
    3512 days ago
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