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New Beginnings

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Well I find myself back here once again, I've managed to put back on most of the weight I lost before. But these past few weeks I have really been buckling down and trying, and guess what.... it's working. I'm already down from the 215 I managed to climb back up to. But I want to be back in "one-derland" My body just felt so much better when I was under 200. So I'm on my way back down there.
I just started the C25K plan (not sure yet if that's a good thing or a bad thing) I don't really know what made me think I could run. I red an article in a WebMD magazine about a woman that lost 70 pounds doing it and she started off heavier than me, so I figured what the hell, I can do it too. Did I mention I hate running? But I'm finding I'm actually enjoying it, I still can't run all the time your supposed to with the program but I did more today than I did on Monday, and I'm guessing that on Friday I'll do even more.
So that's it I'm pretty gung-ho right now, I just hope I can keep the momentum going. I think once I start seeing some results I'll feel better.
Wish me luck.
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  • BEAUTIFULBRIT50
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    2627 days ago
  • ANGRITTER
    Luck, luck, and more luck to you!

    You really can do it. When I was still able to run, the pounds melted off as long as I kept with it. I would jog when I had to, but I had a pretty good build up at one time and could run almost 2 miles out flat. Then my knees buckled and I was told I had the joints of a 60 year old woman - I was 30. Boo.

    So, when you run please think of all of us who would love to try but can't. Say "I'm going to push that extra half mile for Angela in Jacksonville, Joanna in Milwaukee, etc." We'll be pushing you forward mentally!!

    Best of luck, future runner!

    2627 days ago
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    2627 days ago
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