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ALI IN THE JUNGLE The Hours It's, not, how you start, it's how you finish, And it's, not, where you're from, it's where you're at, Everybody gets knocked down, Everybody gets knocked down, How quick are you gonna' get up? How quick are you gonna' get up? Everybody gets knocked down, Everybody gets knocked down, How quick are you gonna' get up? Just how are you gonna' get up? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~ There are NO excuses for not working out, because.... - I belong to a gym 1 mile from my house - I have Wii Fit/Plus & Biggest Loser for Wii - I have 2-8 pound hand weights - I have a fitness ball - I have a balance board - I have a jump rope - I have work out DVD's & Exercise TV OnDemand - I have a walking buddy - I have health & fitness books - The Spark, Belly Fat to Belly Flat, Master Your Metabolism, Weight Training Made Easy & Making the Cut ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ These are simple steps that can all implement. 1. Make sure to get enough calcium and magnesium in your diet. 2. Eat a light dinner. 3. Engage in daily physical activity. 4. Develop and maintain social networks. 5. Get moderate and sensible sun exposure. 6. Have a sense of purpose for yourself�have a compelling reason to get up each morning. 7. Add more vegetables to your diet. 8. Drink red wine in moderation�just one or two small glasses at dinner. 9. Drink goat�s milk instead of cow�s milk. 10. Take daily walks. 11. Remember to focus on your family. 12. Laugh often and laugh loud 13. Make at least 15 minutes each day to simply relax and or meditate without any distractions. 14. Surround yourself with like minded people, people who are supportive and encouraging. 15. Add more nuts to your diet. 16. Eat more natural and organic foods. 17. Stop eating when you are 80% full.

Member Since: 3/19/2007

Fitness Minutes: 21,935

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I eat a combo of Eat Right For Your Type (Blood Type Diet) and Eat to Live.

Following both programs has helped with get rid of cronic tummy troubles and an overall feeling of blah after eating a meat/protien based diet.

I still eat fish, chicken & turkey. None of which upset my stomach.

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2007 - SP Starting Weight - 167

2008 - Lowest SP Weight - 138

2011 - Lowest weight 145, Highest weight 157

Jan 2012 - 157

Feb 2012 - 153

July 2012 - 160

Oct 2012 - 153

Jan 2013 - 153

June 2013 - 165

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