New year Resolution regarding weight loss....

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jadenmiller

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Posted: 27 Dec 2013, 02:56
Every one set new year resolution. Share your new year weight loss resolution which you will follow. Lets help others in their weight loss resolution.
doublecheese

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Posted: 27 Dec 2013, 03:38
I started dieting a month ago but my goal is to weigh 53kg/117lbs by my 22nd birthday, so that would be losing 0.75kg/1.5lbs a week for the next 3 months. Don't know if it's possible though Razz
wholefoodnut

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Posted: 27 Dec 2013, 09:17
weight/strength training at least every other day also cardio at least 6 days a week. Hopefully buying some wts today if they are in stock so I can do some @ home as well as the fitness center as thier hours don't always mesh with my work hours.

"Its not enough for the food to just be nutritious. It must also be delicious, or eating will feel like a punishment." Meg Galvin, Smartpeople Cookbook.

Jeri
activeash

Joined: Dec 13
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Posted: 27 Dec 2013, 12:00
I am determined to train all year for a half marathon! I reallyyy want to do one of the Disney ones! I'll most likely take up a lot of my time training for that but I also really want to focus on doing some toning exercises. Maybe one of those at home dvds. These are some of the exercises that the trainer Shaun T does http://www.beachbody.com/product/about-trainer-shaun-t.do and I've heard some great things about him...any suggestions for other trainers or dvds you guys like??
wholefoodnut

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Posted: 27 Dec 2013, 12:43
no expert but in my opinion beachbody videos are demanding they will definately build up your stamnia I'm still trying to get through just all of one dance routine! my lungs say no more after a bit. Will get there yet.

"Its not enough for the food to just be nutritious. It must also be delicious, or eating will feel like a punishment." Meg Galvin, Smartpeople Cookbook.

Jeri
activeash

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Posted: 27 Dec 2013, 13:34
Wow, thanks for your input! Seems like it'll even help with my running..definitely sounds like it'll be a lot but now I'm really looking forward to it!
wholefoodnut

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Posted: 27 Dec 2013, 18:11
Actually need to start pushing myself harder on the beachbody video. Yea!! Picked up my little 40 lb wts. Wal-mart for a bit over $17 incl tax. Now to start using them and follow thru with my plan. Next wk will have to work out at home every day due to the holiday and extra hours @ work. The next week will be back to reasonable.

"Its not enough for the food to just be nutritious. It must also be delicious, or eating will feel like a punishment." Meg Galvin, Smartpeople Cookbook.

Jeri
jadenmiller

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Posted: 30 Dec 2013, 04:15
You can help stop overeating and maintain blood sugar levels by eating a little about every three hours. I will Follow habit of Counting calories to know what kind of food i am eating.
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bluecreme

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Posted: 10 Jan 2014, 03:48
My goal is to eat healthy, period. I want to be a health nut! So I'm starting a plant based diet, with the exception of fish. I want to work out every day, even if its only for a few minutes, when I can't get to the gym. I want to stop eating after 7pm. I want to drink at least 3L of water a day.
wholefoodnut

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Posted: 10 Jan 2014, 05:02
Bluecreame. Matt Brittman has some good vegetarian geared cookbooks. One of them is something like 900 pages 'how to cook everything vegetarian'. There are a couple others. He has others as well vegetarian and not vegetarian. I checked it of the library awhile ago and really want to get that book. I have hundreds of cookbooks so besides the web have a stash of resources. I eat primarily vegetarian with a few fish, chicken, or meat dishes usually 1-3 meals a week.

"Its not enough for the food to just be nutritious. It must also be delicious, or eating will feel like a punishment." Meg Galvin, Smartpeople Cookbook.

Jeri
laura010391

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Posted: 20 Jan 2014, 15:22
I would Love to be able to get back down to the 112lbs I was 4 years ago, but realistically I don't think that's going to happen so going to aim for 130 for now. Im off to join the gym tomorrow, hopefully that will then motivate me to stick to my diet im on (Cambridge diet) as I wont want to undo the hard work. Im hoping ill see the weight drop off quicker too. but we will see. Id be really happy if I could get a flat stomach again, its disgusting since I had my baby. Id have surgery if I could afford it Sad it all seems so unreachable at the mo
"Junk food you've craved for an hour, or the body you've craved for a lifetime?"
BeautifulStr...

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Posted: 21 Jan 2014, 05:21
I want to reach 55 Kilos by August 6. I really hope I can make it, since there still is a lot to lose...
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