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Round Two.....

Sunday, October 17, 2010

So after my last blog, I stopped exercising for a week. I did try to stay with my good eating habits, although I did slip up a little. Guess what? I lost 3 pounds! I had a little laugh at my own expense, since after all this time of trying to lose weight, for me it's still a random thing. Exercise and diet work for a lot of people, but for some reason not me. I think I need to really sit down and figure this out!

I did take MJMONE's advice and "lost" the scale for a week too. I thought for sure I would gain at least a pound since I didn't exercise and was pleasantly surprised.

Also, I would like to thank my bestest spark friend, TEEJAY48 aka El, for being there for me and for sending me very long e-mails with support and encouragement. I really would be lost without her :)

Now I'm hoping that by going back to the gym this week, that I won't be gaining again!

Tune in next week for the results, lol!

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  • KENDALL7261
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    2778 days ago
  • RESULTS361AP09
    I can totally relate! The last time I lost weight was the week I didn't really watch what I was eating & didn't work out for 3 days. So who knows?? I'm going to keep exercising because I like the way I feel afterward, so now I just need to work on the healthy eating. Good luck Trish!
    2778 days ago
    I see a Reverse Physiologic Approach to Losing Weight. It's kinda like telling a Kid not to Do This or That & The Kid does it anyway. But if you Tell the Kid Do This & That, They usually won't Do It.

    Well, it works on the Younger Ones, anyways. Teens & Young Adults it's Impossible to do.

    Good emoticon & Have a emoticon Week.

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    2778 days ago
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