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Friday, April 29, 2011

I've noticed some changes in my body. You know the fat beside your knees? That's pretty much gone and I've been able to wear medium shirts comfortably. The length from under your pits to the end of your ribcage, that has always been small on me and always could handle smaller shirts. Now the bottom half of me is allowing to wear smaller shirts. Goodbye large!

Oh! The 'muffin top' is gone! I can't grab any fat. There is some there, it's not super flat there but you can't grab with your fingers. I'm going to work on my arms daily to get rid of the flab hanging off my triceps also the fat between the arm and the chest?

Have you ever just felt your bone structure all along your waist, your legs, your hips and use your arms to cut off the fat that is away from your skeletal structure while looking in the mirror? Try it. That is what you can look like if you got rid of the extra fat? It doesn't go against your big hips or anything, you'll still have those hips, everyone can see a healthy looking you, a sexier you than just see the extra fat.

I have the structure to be a petite girl and I've been hiding behind that because I thought it was how it would go. If I keep working, maybe upping my exercise, then I can have a rocking body and be able to get into a bikini for the first time in my life. Wear high heels without my knees screaming at me. To be able to wear a shirt that doesn't cover my stomach so much and to not freak out that my stomach is showing. I want to be the girl that people say, 'if you got it, flaunt it!'

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  • SMCBR0031
    You WILL be that girl!! I know you have it in you and you will succeed!! I cannot wait to wear high heels comfortably! (And I have a goal to wear my first bikini by next summer, so by next summer both of us will be there! yay!)

    Stay strong, you are definitely proving how worth it you are!

    Spark on,

    3096 days ago
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