InChristAlone
Joined May 2007
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Weight History

Start Weight
143.0 lb
Lost so far: 12.0 lb

Current Weight
155.0 lb
Performance: gaining 2.2 lb a week

Goal Weight
140.0 lb
Still to go: 15.0 lb
My name is Gretchen and I am 5'9". I've always been about average with my weight compared to my height. I can hold weight pretty well. Noone knew with my last 2 pregnancies that I had gained 50 lbs.

I'm a stay at home Mom who homeschools my oldest child. I have 3 children. Zachariah is 6 years old, Leah is 1 year old and my last one, Luke, I just had on Feb. 4th, 2010.

So, now my goal is to try to lose this baby weight!

InChristAlone's Weight History


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InChristAlone's Cookbook

cals: 113kcal | fat: 2.01g | carbs: 22.64g | prot: 2.78g
Moroccan Sweet Potato Casserole
Great color and flavor and very filling.
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Newbie
Well... the best pointer I can give you is to really prepare your mind more than anything. Get used to eating the same thing, almost, everyday but realize that if you stick to it, you will be able to get more variety as the phases go on.

Good luck to you!
posted 21 Jun 2007, 21:41
I HATE exercise
Do some kind of low impact video. They usually don't have as many moves in it and are a little easier. You should still lose weight with it, especially if you weren't working out before. Another good kind of exercise is walking. Go outside and walk for 30 minutes.
posted 20 Jun 2007, 19:09
Continuing Phase I for more than 9 days
I think I read on the Internet or maybe it was addressed on the "Celebrity Fit club" show that you are not suppose to do Phase I for more than the 9 days. Vclanton is right... you could possibly be keeping things from your body that you need and only Phases I doesn't include those critical things. I would do what vclanton said, go through the phases like you should and then go back to Phase I later on. Besides, you don't want your body getting used to Phase I. You could still hit a plateau even staying on Phase I b/c your body will get used to it. Why not go through Phase III and then shock your body by going back to Phase I. Then, you'll probably see even more results. Smile
posted 20 Jun 2007, 14:15
Need a Fat Smash buddy (s) who are in Phase 1
I'll be your buddy if you want. I started Phase I today. Smile
posted 30 May 2007, 12:35
Can you do Fat Smash if you're Pregnant?
I'm not pregnant... yet anyway. My husband and I are talking about having another baby. If I decided to stay on Fat Smash, don't you think it would be okay if I were to become pregnant since it's basically trying to eat healthier? I'm pretty sure it is but just wanted to get everyone elses thoughts on it. Smile
posted 18 May 2007, 12:56
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13 May 2010

A pretty good day today! Day 2 is coming to a close as I am eating strawberries and whip cream. Not quite as bad as the frozen yogurt. :-P I did 35 mins ...
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12 May 2010

Ok... so Mother's Day weekend I took off! :) I wanted to relax and not worry about what I was eating!! I was planning on starting back on Monday but we ...
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