New Starting Point.

Monday, March 19, 2012

So I started last June at 256.8 or so and as of today I am down to 240lbs. This year my high has been 246 so I have lost 6lbs in almost 3 whole months. Not my norm but I can honestly admit that I'm not trying very hard. I can't afford a gym so there is that that I am lacking and on top of that I have not been dieting (last few days prove that!). I did start a food journal at the start of last week and boy does it show things going poorly. 3 parties with lasagna and cake and ice cream and pizza and then all my normal bad snacking and eating habits. The only workout that I've gotten was shopping for more food and a bit of dancing.

I'm setting up a new goal for this week:

64oz of Water
No Soda
No Eating Out
Work Out 5 Days a Week
Drop 2lbs (238lbs)

If I could drop 2lbs a week I can reach my goal of 220 by June!

What are y'all goals?
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    Hey Kat... I know exactly how you feel. All of it... the losing, the gaining, the starting over... again. :) I started out last week all gung-ho and ready to rock some loss... and I did. I lost 6 lbs, but then over the weekend I ate high fat, high sodium, and high calorie and 5.5 of that 6 was back... in just 2 short days! OK... so we all know it's fluids, still, it makes for a depressing start to the new week.

    Anyhow, my goal for the next 8 weeks is to lose 5% of my weight... which is about 12 lbs, which will put me at about 224. Yes, my start weight was the 236.5 from Saturday morning... not the 242 from this morning. Ugh... I hope that goes away pretty quickly.

    With consistency and diligence we can do this!

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    3422 days ago
    Hi believe it or not I just came back today at 239 and I am aiming for 220 by August ;). I hurt my knee last oct and gained back 20 pounds! Let's do this!
    3422 days ago
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