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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.
    3235 days ago
  • MOMMYOFTODDLERS
    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.
    3236 days ago
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