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2012 and Thank you

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Even though in a sense I am starting over where I started the last time I have learned a lot. I should be able to take those lessons and turn them into sustainable weight loss. One important thing I learned is I need to eat for health and not eat to lose weight. As long as I learn to eat correctly the weight will come off (which it is). May be not as fast as the first time, but in a way I can take it off and keep it off.

I also learned I need to mix up my workout routine, before i was hardcore just on Running and Weight lifting but I got bored, and after I hurt my knee I just shut down. Now I realize doing things like TaeKwonDo, Running, Playing Tennis, Sports etc.. it keeps things interesting.

On another note I wanted to thank all the kind people who posted today on my board and also everyone who has voted for me as a motivator. You have my commitment to being successful.
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    Congratulations. I'm back too and determined to change my lifestyle. I wish you the best and WHO DAT!!!!
    2927 days ago
    Yeahhhhhhh. You're back! Better, stronger and wiser for sure! Woot!
    Now let's kick it.
    xo MaryAnn emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2928 days ago
    If I was wavering about coming back, seeing you on again and going though the same thing only inspires me to kick some A in a good way.

    Thanks bud.
    2929 days ago
    Thank you, I miss all you Sparkies. Really miss posting on the site. I kind of burned myself out the first time around. Learned many lessons. Looking forward to having a lifestyle rather than a race to the finish line :)
    2930 days ago
    Good to see you back~! I was wondering where you disappeared to. Haven't heard much out of you lately.
    Mixing up routines is definitely a good idea to keep it interesting. I get bored easily too.
    2930 days ago
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