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2/29/12 10:22 P

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I started my journey at 330. I'm still on bipap but my pressures have come way down. I've got a long way to go still but I'm down 65 pounds. Take each day and try not to look too far down the road. Work on each small goal and let the accomplishment of that push you on!

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2/29/12 5:43 A

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Hi and Welcome to the site emoticon

It looks like you have joined a few teams already that will match you with others with similar challenges. It always helps to be able to compare and share, right? So that's one suggestions I would make ... develop your support network here.

And also use the trackers diligently. We both know the weight won't come off overnight. But it is easy to lose motivation when we don't see results. So track your food and exercise. Measure your portions so you know your tracking is accurate. If you keep within the recommended range for calories and exercise plan, you will start to track results. And those results reports will help keep you focused and showing progress.

Wishing you much success in reaching your goals !! emoticon

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Discipline is remembering what you want. What's YOUR Motivation?


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2/29/12 5:07 A

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Hello everyone, I am new to this site. I have about 180 pounds to lose to get to my ideal weight. I have tried different things to lose weight, diets and exercising. I find myself not sticking with it because I don't see the results fast enough. I have lost weight then wind up putting it back on. I've done this for years and I want to stop this yo-yo cycle I have started. I just turned 39 and I am wanting to lose weight and be closer to my goal at 40. I know I can't lose it overnight that's why I am here on this site to learn ways to help keep it off once I start to lose. I have had problems with depression. I also have sleep apnea which is another reason I want to lose weight. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

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