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Day 50 - Skipping cheat day!

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Who says you need to have a cheat day once a week? It's been 2 weeks now and I haven't been cheating on healthy eating. I feel fantastic, I am almost out of what BMI standards would call "obese" but I don't even look it so I can't really believe that of being too truthful. 31.20 is my BMI currently. That is 223 pounds. Which means I am 24 pounds down and almost 1/3 away from my total goal.

I have also reached 41 hours of Wii Fit in these past 50 days, and yes I fit in my size 11's now! to think when I started this journey I couldn't even get my legs in!

July 3rd goal to be under 200 pounds. 2 and a half months away, constant fitness daily, will probably up it to 1 hour 15 minutes to 1 hour 30 minutes daily.
People might say I'm going at a too fast rate but I don't find I'm doing anything bad, I don't feel drained, I feel like I'm eating enough. I feel great tbh!

Face fat pretty much gone! Woohoo! Will take a progress picture on May 3rd which marks my 2 months! and hopefully down another 3-5 pounds by then.
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    I love to read success stories. You are inspiring. Keep up the great work !
    1855 days ago
    Thank you for the wonderful compliment! Yeah totally worried that it's going to plateau soon and it'll be so slow to lose weight.. especially once I hit 200ish. Bleh! How has your journey been?
    1855 days ago
    That's so fantastic! My husband is dropping weight as fast as you! -Jealous- :D Keep it up!

    I love when I don't have to cheat! I haven't had an all-out cheat day in about 3 weeks now! It feels so darn great!

    As long as you feel good, and you seem to be really in tune with your body, I say keep it up! You're looking great :)
    1855 days ago
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