60,000-79,999 SparkPoints 67,402

BLC Winter Melt Off Goals

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

I joined spark people Feb 2012 and in the first few months lost 30 pounds and hit 177 and there I have sat for over a year losing and regaining the same 10 or so pounds repeatedly. The first of December I implemented a series of daily goals and for the first time since 2010 I weigh less then 177- 176.2 to be exact. So I will keep doing my daily goals(and blog)with a weight loss goal of 169 I would dearly love to say so long to the 170's they have been my nemesis. The 169 goal also puts me past the halfway mark of my spark people weight loss journey and takes me out of the BMI category obese!

My daily goals
emoticon Cardio- walk the dogs at least 30 minutes
emoticon Stretch after walking
emoticon 10 minutes strength training
emoticon Eat a minimum of 5 fruit/veg
emoticon Drink minimum of 8 cups of water
emoticon Take my vitamins
emoticon Track my food intake.
Good Luck my fellow diamonds lets dazzle 'em and sparkle!!!

Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post


    Great goals!
    2745 days ago
    emoticon goals! You can do it!!!
    2746 days ago
  • no profile photo CD14326444
    You have set reasonable - reachable goals!!! Good for you!! Break your goals into 5 pound increments. 5 pounds is nothing!! We can do that!! 5 pounds is not scary - 50 pounds is scary!!!
    We will do this!!! Its great to know there are others in the same boat!!
    2747 days ago
    Awesome goals! Sounds like you have an amazing plan. I have no doubts you will reach the 160s! I can't wait to celebrate with you!
    2747 days ago
  • VALYNN26
    Great goals!! Wow. we have a few things in common. I joined in March 2012 lost 30 lbs, can not lose these last 20 because I keep gaining & losing the same. Let's make this challenge the one where we say goodbye to the 170's!! emoticon
    2748 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.