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I have struggled for years with my weight. I am at a point though where I am tired of doing the same old thing and expecting different results. I feel different this time.

I am looking at this as a journey instead of the beginning to the end of something. I am also think these changes have to be be for a lifetime not just for the moment.

I have a different mindset and know there are going to be days I don't want to exercise, once in a while that may be ok. I know though that I can not afford to take two days in a row off from activity.

The other thing that is very different this time is I am not going to quit on myself. In the past when the scale did not move fast enough or I had a gain I would throw in the towel and go back to my old habits of unhealthy eating and stop exercising.

I am going to bet on myself this time!

Member Since: 12/7/2009

Fitness Minutes: 14,657

My Goals:
-To develop a healthier lifestyle that includes more fruits and veggies

-To be able to keep up with my young family

-To enjoy the journey along the way of life

My Program:
-Tracking my food and watching some specific things such as fiber, calcium, carbs and protein

-Getting more active through a variety of ways and not sticking to the same couple of exercises

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"You are worth the life you long to live. You are capable of bringing it to pass. And the time has come for you to finally bet on you to win."

Jillian Michaels

"You can eat everything you want when you want or you can be thin and healthy"

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