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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Hey Everyone,

Well it's nearly the end of the first month of my restart on Sparkpeople. But this was just a warm-up, a shaking out period, for what's yet to come. You see I spent January getting in shape for the real program. January was just a trial run, a beta-test, if you will to fine tune my workout program and my nutritional program. I think I'm about ready to start.

Friday begins a new month, February. I will weigh-in for the first time since October, and measure myself to get a base-line reading on my health then from there I will start tracking. I'm the kind of person who like to see BIG changes. I know over the course of a month everything can go up and down from day-to-day, and this drives me crazy. However, over a month's time I should see solid, measurable progress. For me, that's where the real motivation to continue comes in.

I have noticed a change in the mirror after only 3 weeks. It's taking a lot of will power to not cheat and do my measurements early. I will wait until the 1st of the month. I will also take pictures and post them for everyone to see. I want to be a success story. My goals are lofty, but I have a plan to achieve them and I'm working every detail of that plan.

I have the knowledge and the technology to succeed. I look forward to the 1st of every month now.

Have a great month and JUICE to you!

Jonny Mac
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    Great goals! Glad you joined our team. Can't wait to see you posting some mileage...
    1908 days ago
    So thankful I'm not the only one re-starting Sparkpeople again, and used January as a sort of prep month. :) I hope you meet your goals and stay with it! Lofty is better than none at all...
    1909 days ago
  • ROBB1N
    Sounds like you have some healthy goals set. Good job!
    1909 days ago
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