Sounds interesting...actually reminds me of Dr. Phil's first weight loss book from several years ago; one of the ideas in it was that thin people have a lifestyle that promotes a healthy weight, for example making choices that involve physical activity like taking stairs, attending social gatherings that involve activity like playing softball at a picnic, & of course exercising regularly.
Obese people on the other hand, typically have a lifestyle that sustains obesity. If I take a look at my lifestyle before losing weight, this was absolutely true. I didn't monitor my intake, avoided social gatherings that involved lots of walking or other physical activity - to be honest I avoided most social occasions altogether if I could.
Part of being successful is rearranging your life to promote health & fitness instead of obesity & you've made leaps & bounds in that regard! I am definitely curious to hear what you get out of the program, gotta love employer benefits.
| NO EXCUSES, JUST RESULTS
| Next milestone - 256: 60 lbs lost2013:
still up from 1/1, but coming back down...2010:
50.4 lbs lost | 2011:
17 lbs lost | 2012:
1 lb gained
How I did it: http://stubbysticks.wordpress.com/weight-loss-summary-by-month/