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Down a little

Sunday, August 19, 2012

This week was all about easing into a healthy lifestyle. I stayed within my calorie limits but didn't exercise yet. I didn't want to burn myself out too soon.

The scale today (Sunday is my weigh-in day) doesn't show any loss, but my measurements show that my waist is down an inch and a half and my hips are down an inch. So, that is good.

My plan for this week is to continue eating as I now am, but start adding even a little physical activity. I'm not sure realistically how much I can squeeze in, because school starts this week (I'm a teacher), but I will be satisfied if I exercise even one day.

All in all, I'm happy with my first week. I think I'm off to a good start.
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  • MNABOY
    As for exercise, there are some you can do at your desk that will not distract you from your work. SP has some suggestions in its exercise section.
    2128 days ago
  • LIVEDAILY
    emoticon Good for you!! You are thinking smart to get off to a gradual, good start. Do check out the fitness videos! Don't be overly worried about the scale not moving. Mine didn't budge for 3 weeks!! lol Now it's moving in the right direction! Yours will too!
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    2131 days ago
  • MOMMY2GIRLS
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    2131 days ago
  • CAVEPRINCESS65
    emoticon & you are correct "off to a good start"
    Losing inches is emoticon it can boost yourself confidence since your clothes fit better and you feel and can see the difference in your physical
    About squeezing in exercise - check out the fitness tab on this website; there are lots of fast break exercise video by Coach Nicole - 5, 10, 15 minutes they are do-able and for me that was a emoticon start towards continuing exercises daily
    Good luck on your journey! emoticon emoticon you know emoticon
    2131 days ago
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