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Start of Week 4

Sunday, June 22, 2014

So this is the start of Week 4 for me. I am very happy with myself. I wish I would have exercised a bit more this week but I am happy with the way I ate so I can't complain. I will just do better this week.

I wasn't able to post last week's measurements due to my computer being broken (as it still is) so I stole my husband's so I could at least get this weeks posted. I compared it to the start of my 2nd week (ie beginning measurements). Next week will be compared to these measurements.

MEASUREMENTS 6/22/14 --- Difference from 6/8/14

Weight- 182.4.....(-4.6)
Body Fat %-44.0....(+0.7%)
Neck- 13.0......(-.25)
Bicep- 11.5 .......(+/-0)
Bust- 41.75........(-0.25)
Waist- 35.25 .......(-0.75)
Stomach- 43.0 ....(-1.5)
Hips/Butt- 42.75 ....(-1.75)
Thigh- 25.0 ...(-1.0)
Calf- 14.5 ......(-0.5)

So my 1st weight loss goal is 10 lb by July 13th. So far I have lost 8.2 lbs so I am highly sure I am going to obtain my first goal! Excited about that!

I am also happy to announce that I have STILL not had any pop/soda to drink either. Not even a sip!! I thought I would have such a hard time with that but I have been just fine without it. I drink tea but mostly

Well thank you for reading! Hoping I have good news next week also =)

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    sounds like your doing fantastic :) I really need to kick the soda habit too, any suggestions?
    2508 days ago
  • MIRAGE727
    Outstanding progress! I remember when I had to break my pop habit. Now, on rare occasions, I might have a diet Dr Pepper and it tastes so much different now. I've so appreciated vitamin waters loaded with electrolytes and vitalmis. I've also embrace iced teas big time. But there's nothing like clear cold water! In any case, that's a tough habit to break so...
    2509 days ago
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