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January 7, 2016

I'm back. Again. I guess that's better than not trying at all.
I lost 30 lbs in 2015 but not due to healthy living.

BUT, I've started running. It is changing my life. I signed up for a C25K in the fall and I ran a 5k Turkey Trot! I'm signed up to run a 5k for St Paddy's Day and I will be training for a 10k in early June.

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February 2014
Been away for awhile. I had foot surgery in Nov (2013) and because of my Diabetes my recovery was less than speedy. Just starting back working out. Need to get back on track and lose the 15 pds that I seem to have grown.

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I first joined SP in Sept 2009. You will find my original introduction below. I had lost a total of 30 lbs but I did not successfully change my lifestyle. I gained 20 lbs back. I have succeeded in losing 15 of those 20 and am back on track. Unfortunately, it took an illness and the discovery that I had Type 2 diabetes that propelled me into action.

Orig intro :

Striving for a better Quality of Life.

When I was much younger I was a fairly good athlete. Gymnastics was my life, then soccer then racquetball and aerobics. I could eat whenever and whatever and only had to starve myself for a week and be back to my ideal weight (just the beginning of bad habits).

Getting older and not adapting my lifestyle led me to an obese corner that I didn't often leave.

Now I am ready to come out fighting. I am going to Peru over Xmas and need to be able to walk the Inca Trail!

.... I DID IT! I DID!!!! I hiked the Inca Trail!!!!!

Here is the story of my journey ....

It is a bit long, so I put it in a blog.
If you're interested please click on the 2/24 blog, My Inca Trail Journey.

Comments welcomed....


Member Since: 9/8/2009

Fitness Minutes: 87,185

My Goals:
Get healthy! NO MEDS BY SUMMER 2013; (changed from summer 2012, I was a bit over optimistic) ; lose average 1 pd per week.


My Program:
My Winter 5% Challenge Commitment.

I will exercise 5-6 days a week. This includes 3 cardio workouts and 3 strength workouts. I walk my dog 20-45 mins daily.

I will track everything I eat and stay within my calorie requirements. I do not follow any particular �diet� but I will increase my fruits & vegetable intake.

I will record my exercise and LGL points daily.

I will weigh in weekly

I will check in daily to read and support my other team members.

I will succeed.



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Presently living in Illinois, 56 years old, 3 children in college. We call Chicago suburbs home.


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  • v NIGHTGLOW
    Hello and welcome to the Veg Team! Looks like you've already gotten to a great start with SP. Perhaps you'll come and share some inspiration and tips!

    Wishing you a lovely week.

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    260 days ago
  • v HUGHESBOYS4
    Great job on week 4 weigh in!!!


    2298 days ago
  • v KIMPY225
    emoticon Spark is so amazing, and so are you! Best of luck to you in all your goals! Every step counts no matter how small it may seem. Thank you for all of your support! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2309 days ago
  • v BRAVELUTE
    Ditto Mission Impossible at my house. Maybe we could help each other. Set the timer for say 9:00 at night for 15 minutes and we choose to work on our impossible mission at that time!!
    2314 days ago
  • v BRAVELUTE
    With your diabetes diagnosis, you might be interested in 2 of my other teams: Eat to Live, and Eat to Defeat Fat cells, Cancer cells, and more . . .

    Eat to Life: Dr. Fuhrman has great success turning diabetes type 2 completely around. And Eat to Defeat has a video on resources I'd like you to watch.

    PS I don't know how you manage so many teams. I'd be bonkers!!
    2314 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/10/2013 8:01:46 PM
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