199 is now just a few hours on the treadmill and a few bikerides to and from work away!

Saturday, June 18, 2011

I kicked ass this week pound loss-wise this week. I can't give the full tally as I left my tracking book at the parents house on Thursday night by accident, but I did a total of 3 hours on the treadmill for the week, went for one walk that lasted 1 hour and 40 minutes, plus biked at least 3 times this week to and from work (18 minutes each way).

I also had sweet potato fries and eggplant parmasean on Saturday night, Golden Corral buffet on Monday afternoon and (veggie) sushi and tempura on monday night (thus had to call a friend and say HAI lets go for a long walk hahah)

and despite the food orgies..


BUT WAIT... the cherry on the top? I am now just 4.6 lbs pounds away from being in Onederland / having lost 110 lbs lost.


I have my fingers crossed that I may be able to accomplish this in the next two weeks but I will be ok if it doesn't --- but I really do want to be under 199.8 for Pride (first weekend of July)

Of course I took a photo of it! I am now beyond how light I got when I lost my weight back in 2003. I had lost down to 208 (hurray for me having an old fitday acct I can remember the login info for to be able to verify this) --- near the crossing line to onederland. When I started this 105 lbs ago, 199 was SO FRICKEN far away and now its a few hours on the treadmill and a few bike rides to and from work away. EEEE!

Love how skinny the legs are looking (there is still lots of fat, but I'm not about to photograph that :P)

This is from 2 weeks ago, love this new shirt, love the slim-ness (I'm clearly not one of those fat people who won't show their arms, hhahaaha)

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  • ERIN4771
    congrats!!! legs are looking awesome!! and your totally rockin that top and necklace emoticon ...keep up the awesome progress!
    2531 days ago
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