Joined February 2009
Weight History

Start Weight
133.5 lb
Lost so far: 9.5 lb

Current Weight
124.0 lb
Performance: Steady

Goal Weight
119.0 lb
Still to go: 5.0 lb
58 years old; employed full-time; 3 teenage sons and a husband; very active in the summer; heat and sunshine make me happy and I love to be outdoors.

How to maintain this level of activity and fitness once September rolls around?

dcwalker's Weight History

dcwalker's Latest Member Challenges

  30 Day EASY Push up Challenge
status: Completed
ended: 24 Mar 17
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  Core Building Challenge
status: Completed
ended: 28 Jan 17
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dcwalker's Latest Posts

I feel like I've been here a MILLION times
I like what the two posters above said. I tend to agree. I too have been here a million times. I fell off the horse most recently about 6 months ago and only last week found the motivation within me to get back on. It's been a good week and I feel like I can take responsibility for my body - to appreciate it, to own it and to cherish it - and to keep up the good work. You posted your (very familiar) lament 2.5 months ago. I hope you're doing well now.
posted 09 Apr 2021, 13:13
Height and Whey protein!!
If you'e a boy you probably have a lot of months of growth ahead of you, without doing anything except let your genetics take their course, and maintain a healthy lifestyle. If you're a girl and you've begun to menstruate you likely don't have much growth left, no matter what you do.
posted 12 Jun 2020, 11:33
Weighting self after starting dieting
I find weigh-ins troublesome, as well.Sometimes weighing myself is counterproductive. I think I've followed healthy habits since my last weigh-in, yet my weight has gone up. Or I haven't weighed myself in awhile and I know my weight has gone up. At the point of deciding to shed the additional pounds, I don't weigh myself for several weeks, until I know the number on the scale will be pleasing. I don't need the scale to tell me that I've been dedicated to eating less and exercising more. Once I do weigh myself, and the result is good, I can get back into regular weekly weigh-ins to help me maintain or stay on track for more weight loss.
posted 22 May 2020, 11:49
Recommend a scale?
Does your scale have a battery? Mine acts like that when the battery is low.
posted 08 May 2020, 10:51
Corona Virus is a new start
Good for you!
posted 10 Apr 2020, 13:16
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