- 02-06-2012, 08:29 PM #201
My goal is to get more fit by the end of the month. For now, I've got no specific goal, but to just be as fit as possible by March.
Follow my story at my thread here: http://forums.imore.com/health-fitne...ack-track.html
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- 02-06-2012, 09:16 PM #202
hi, I am 22 years old and my weight is 265 lbs. I started the first week of February doing some cardio and stop eating junk food and fast food. my goal is to lose 80-100 pounds. so far, i have lost a few pounds. i know is difficult but not impossible. when i feel like giving up to exercise, I say to myself that if I want a better life, I have to do it. I know I can and I WILL DO it.
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- 02-07-2012, 08:09 AM #208iPhone Newbie
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Well, I'm not too pleased with myself. All set to stop by the gym on the way home from work, but forgot I'd made plans to see some friends at a wine bar. It was panini instead of treadmill last night! Good news is my workout clothes are still clean and waiting for tonight's workout -- which WILL happen.
- 02-07-2012, 08:51 AM #209
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- 02-07-2012, 09:30 AM #211
For those of you quitting soda/pop for the challenge, stick with it. I've been a soda+ a day drinker since I was probably 10 (I'm 27 now) and I quit for last year's resolution. I struggled, both with cravings and major headaches, for about six weeks, then I had no desire to drink soda. The other positive that came out of it was that I dropped about 10 pounds with no other changes to my diet or activity level.
It's definitely a mind of matter situation. You guys can do it.
- 02-07-2012, 09:57 AM #212
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still keeping it up running 2.5 miles a day in about 20mins and then doing my push ups and sit ups and different weight lifting exercises 7 days a week for a total of an hour. My advice start small but the best is to get into a routine like once you come home from work change and go work out right away dont sit down or anything like that
- 02-07-2012, 12:28 PM #215iPhone Nanite
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Started a little strength training this morning. 2 sets of 10 each - push-ups, crunches, and lunges. Will work up to more quickly! Been running 4 days a week for about a month and really enjoying it. Down 12 lbs - 7 more to go! Eating better too. Cravings are almost gone (8-10 M&Ms a night really get rid of the chocolate craving). Keep it up everyone!
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- 02-07-2012, 03:20 PM #219
I chose the cardio 3 x a week.
Since Feb 1st I have actually done 30 min of walking DVD (My wife's Leslie Sansone Walk At Home DVDs)
I have done it Feb 1st, 2nd, 4th, 6th, and 7th.
And for an added bonus I'm down about 4 lbs since Feb 1st.
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- 02-07-2012, 06:14 PM #221iPhone Nanite
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This morning i woke up half an hour earlier than usual, I did 1 set of 10 pushups, situps, and squats. I than had breakfast, and did the 2nd set.
Didnt do cardio today, I will be tommorrow.
I was doing bench press in the gym aswell as leg press and just simple reps with dumbells.
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