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Review of June and Goals for July

Saturday, July 02, 2011

I really didn't get serious with my weight loss goals for the month of June until the 13th. That day was when I started Turbo Fire and I really followed the WW PointsPlus program diligently. Ever since then, I ended up losing 4lbs in three weeks and I met my 5lb loss since starting WW back in February of this year. This was the first time that I actually did every workout in the Turbo Fire program each week. I usually would be starting it over again on monday because I had missed so many workouts and didn't give it a chance. I am finding now that I look forward to each workout each day because I am curious as to how I will look after the 90 days of the program.

The goals that I am setting for this month is to be sure to do each Turbo Fire workout on it's designated day of the week. I will track my food each day and to be sure to eat within my daily points. I will be sure to drink 8 cups of water each day. I am looking to reach my 5% weight loss goal this month. In order to reach that, I need to lose 8lbs.
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    Add some variety in with work-outs too - that's really helped me. Are you a member of a gym? I like to go between walking, the elliptical machine, sprinting'n'walking (trying to build up enough stamina to run a mile), swimming and the stair climbing machine. Having the variety - maybe 10 - 20 minutes on a time on each thing - keeps me from feeling bored.
    3624 days ago
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    Thats awesome keep up the great work. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3633 days ago
    So glad you found something that is working for you!
    3635 days ago
    Good job! You can do it!!
    3636 days ago
    Wow, that is amazing!
    3636 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/2/2011 8:29:09 PM
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