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5/6/14 3:27 A

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Don't panic. You can do this! You have probably been burning all your calories very easily in the past, but now that you have been recovering you have not been active enough to do so. Just eat a little less, and move a little more when you can. Can you lift weights? Or perhaps swim? Hike? Bike? Chances are you will feel comfortable in your body again once you get back to living an active lifestyle again. Until then, why not buy some new clothes and reduce the calories? Just hang in there.
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4/24/14 5:05 A

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Hello all! I am new to this site, but it came highly recommended from my fellow group of runners. Although I spent my 20s playing soccer in college .....I am now facing the reality that I'm 30 + and my legs don't quite do what they used to :p. In the fall, I came face to face with that reality when I tore my ACL while playing rec soccer. I had a complete reconstruction in November... but through the recovery process and lack of ability to exercise I have put on almost 10 pounds since my surgery. Now that a new, warmer season is fast approaching I am also finding that getting dressed in the morning is upsetting because my clothes don't fit like they used to.... and at times not at all. This makes that bathing suit season uber scary:/ I just want to feel good and comfortable in my body again... a feeling that has been lacking for the past 2 months. Any support and encouragement you folks can give me would be much appreciated! emoticon

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