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Friday 3rd Weigh-In

Friday, January 22, 2010

Can you say disappointed? I gained 2.4 lbs this week and I have no one to blame but myself. I have been slipping on my eating better and on my workouts. All I can say is I will try harder this week. The good news is I am still not smoking so maybe that has something to do with it too. One step at a time and I will get there. I was so worried about getting weighed today I am up at 4am. Well now that I know I am off to bed. How is everyone else doing this weekly weigh-in? emoticon
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  • LISANANCY
    You are giving up that demon smoking! You are already a winner! See yourself healthy and happy. That demon number on the scale has been a real battle for me but I will not give up. You stay with us my dear friend. We are cheering for you. emoticon
    3073 days ago
  • MISSJEAN
    I was reading one of the articles here on Sparkpeople and it stated that sometimes people gain a couple of pounds when first starting out because their bodies naturally retain water while it tries to repair what it thinks is damage to muscles you have exercises. The author of the article went on to say that people often get so discouraged because of the weight gain they stop exercising, but they shouldn't because it's temporary and once the body gets used to the exercising and gets into the rhythm of it, the extra water is gone.

    Just keep it up and you'll be fine.
    3076 days ago
  • DBELLE39
    Considering the fact that you are giving up smoking is a great success! Remember, we you are giving up smoking it sometimes tends to make you want to eat & then gain weight. Just start tracking & watch closely what you eat. Also could any of the weight be water gain from too much sodium in your diet?
    Hang in there, work hard at keeping your goals in check --look for a good week next week.
    3076 days ago
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