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Feeling Strong!

Friday, September 14, 2012

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I'm on a roll!! I feel so great that I'm sticking to my goals and the scale is creeping downward. I weigh in daily, so I really notice what happens when I overeat too often. Also, I really want to believe my doctor that if I lose enough weight, I won't need to take my acid reflux medicine anymore. emoticon Plus, exercising really makes me feel good! I've definitely noticed a difference in my mood on days when I exercise and days when I just laze about. I certainly prefer the former! I've also seen that the more active I am on SparkPeople the more I stick to my goals emoticon
I didn't get practice Tai Chi today, since the On Demand video wasn't available anymore. I miss it, but it had been a while since I'd used my aerobic step, so I enjoyed that. Tomorrow is a nice, cool walk in the morning and some major cleaning. I'm ready! I feel so compelled by my success so far that I cannot fail!
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  • IMOFF2DLOONYBIN
    Awesome!
    2256 days ago
  • NUTRON3
    Have a great day
    2258 days ago
  • GETNFITAFTER60
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    2258 days ago
  • 1STATEOFDENIAL
    Remember that what you eat the day before will not change today's weight. It takes 24-48 hours for a normal body to process food from one end to the other, and even after it's been 'processed' like that, the excess calories from that food are not made into fat right away. Also it doesn't allow you to burn fat that quickly. So don't put so much emphasis on the scale. Focus more on how your body is changing, how much better you feel, and how much more energy you have.

    Have you checked your local library for a Tai Chi dvd? If you find one you like then you can buy it and always have it handy. If you buy a used copy from ebay or amazon you can probably get it really cheap.
    2258 days ago
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