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Tuesday, May 07, 2013

So I've changed things up, yet again. This time I'm trying a 90 Day challenge called BodyKey. Today was the start of it. I've sent off my DNA to figure out if I'm a carb burner, fat burner or better balancer and what kind of exercises I should be doing. I plan to finish this week out at home with my Biggest Loser on Xbox and next week, provided my swim shorts have arrived, I'm going back to water cardio. That has worked best for me and I loved it.

Today I took my aloe shot, my DoubleX vitamins, my slimmetry. 30 minutes later had my meal replacement shake. Managed to get to lunch time without snacking! I took my slimmetry again and 30 minutes later had my lunch, which was a salad made with Spinach instead of lettuce and then 5.3 oz of greek yogurt. I've done 25 minutes of the Biggest Loser today as well as my 8 glasses of water already and its 3: 50 in the afternoon!

I finally figured out how to read my weight watchers scale! Since I'm staring a whole new program I'm trying to be as detailed as I can on my measurements. According to my WW scale here ya go:

Weight: 332.8
BMI: 52.2
Body Fat: 152.6 lbs.
Body Fat Percentage: 45.9%
Water: 39.4%

So 152.6 lbs is nothing but FAT!!!!!!!!!!! So I have to get down to 180 lbs??!! Hmmm I can't remember the last time I weight 180lbs! When I was 17 I think I weighed 216!! I have a LONG way to go but if I can lose 52 lbs in the next 12 weeks I'd be happy!! If I lost more I'd be thrilled. That would be like losing 4 plus pounds a week!!! Hmmmm... We shall see what happens!

This is me currently and my weight on my scales at home today:

emoticon Of Body Key and I'm gonna emoticon

More progress to come!

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    Wishing you much success with your new program. Stick to it and with consistency the new program will work! Good job! emoticon
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