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Starting over in December....

Wednesday, December 09, 2015

2 months ago I was in a head on collision that sidelined me from any activity to complete my goals. So I had to drop out of the A & I BSG Challenges for 2 months as I recovered from a concussion & torn Meniscus resulting in surgery to clean up the knee tissue. I'm now doing PT for my knee to regain mobility & strength & ready to start back with my goal of getting my weight down.

My weight has crept up from 178.6 to 183.8 but I intend to get this weight in the downward trend.

My goals for December are:

*Continue my daily water intake of 10 cups daily
*Focus on 5-6 servings of FREGGIES daily
*Strive for 8 hours of sleep each night
*Adding walks in my day, will start with short 10 minute sessions & build up from there
*Continue my PT for the next 4 weeks which includes a workout on the recumbent bike & knee strengthening exercises
*Lose from 183.8 to 181

Time to get on track to finish out 2016. emoticon
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    1374 days ago
  • DBELLE39
    Thank you for all the wonderful comments of motivation & support. This has been a slow road getting recovered from my accident. I' am still in PT but finding I'm getting stronger with each PT workout.
    1383 days ago
  • SHARON10002
    So sorry to read about your accident, but very glad to read you are on the mend. Concentrate on doing what you need to do to heal your body, and give it your all in getting that weight going down. emoticon
    1405 days ago
  • BARBIE176
    Awesome goals! Be sure to listen to your body and you'll achieve each of them. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1405 days ago
    I am so thankful you didn't get hurt worse from that head-on collision, Donna! It was rough coming back from that, but I am so glad you recuperated from the concussion had the knee surgery and are now healing and getting strength back. You have come a long way already! So happy you are back doing the BSG challenge and we are on the same team. You made great, reasonable goals. I know you will have a successful month, one day at a time! emoticon emoticon
    1405 days ago
    I know the last couple of months have been hard. You have a good plan to get back on track though. Just take it one day at a time and listen to your body. I know when I broke my leg a couple of years ago it was frustrating not to be able to do the things I normally did and wanted to do. I hope that you knee will heal quickly and you'll be able to do what you want to do without pain soon. emoticon
    1405 days ago
    You are an inspiration! I hope you meet all your goals.
    1406 days ago
    Great goals for December! Take it slow and work your way up. You can do it one step at a time. After I broke my ankle, I began to appreciate what I could do before and didn't do. So now that it's healed, I make all the effort to do those things I wasn't capable of months ago. It's made me see how inactive I truly was and took for granted that I could even get up and walk around. Now I spend more time on my feet than sitting on the couch. All of this will get better, and stronger and you will be capable of many things. Remember those things you miss being able to do, and do them many times when you are capable. You can do it!
    1406 days ago
    Glad to hear you are on the road to recovery Donna.
    I am going through knee problems and going to see
    a physio tomorrow. We can do this Donna. Good luck
    with your goals. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1406 days ago
    Have gone through a meniscus tear and surgery. The bicycle is your friend! Take time and don't rush the recuperation. Taking time to do the PT is wonderful! Hang in there. emoticon
    1406 days ago
  • JULEY0129
    You can do it!! Making the decision to do it is a big part of it! You have a plan so there you go. You got this!!
    1406 days ago
    You'll get back on track. Right now recuperation is the order of the day, and you're doing well @ that!

    1406 days ago
    I like your goals. You are definitely an inspiration. Never give up.
    1406 days ago
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