85 to my ultimate goal. 2 pounds by the end of July. 14 pounds by the end of November.
1. You are entirely up to you. Make your body, make your life. 2. If you are tired of starting over, stop giving up! 3. It's not a diet, it's a lifestyle change. 4. The Dalai Lama: "One brings failure on oneself by working extremely hard at the beginning, attempting to do too much, and then giving it all up after a short time. A constant stream of moderate effort is needed."
Pounds lost: 12.3
Fitness Minutes: (20,601)
1,402 7/19/19 2:02 P
I got to my goal. Joined TOPS last summer & have lost about 50 lb so far. Was able to have hip replacement on 4/22/19. But it has put my recovery back to a screeching halt. Am having a lot of pain. Can barely move at times, even with a walker. Have more weight to lose but just concentrating on managing pain for now.
Ideally between 50 and 60 lbs. But maintaining a healthy lifestyle and having a hip replacement is my ultimate goal.
I'm currently 160lbs lighter than I was when I had bariatric surgery on 01/26/09. It's my 10th surgery anniversary on Saturday - in hindsight the best decision I've ever made although there were some times when my demons made me regret it.
I did put weight back on because my eating disorder was never addressed at the time but that has been dealt with over the last 2 years with counselling and I've now lost 62lbs since last summer and will be able to maintain whatever loss I achieve in the future.
Edited by: LAWLI56 at: 1/21/2019 (12:52)
~*Cely* (UK)" Be mindful and stay in the present. The past can't be changed but the future depends on what you do today.."
SW: 396lbs Dec 2006 Gastric Bypass Jan 2009 Restart: 302lbs 25 Aug 2017 Short Term Goal: 230lbs Final Goal: 175-180 lbs