It’s only been one week since I started the program & have have already lost 5 pounds. I had tried everything, from exhausting exercises to strict dieting. Nothing seemed to work. I am extremely satisfied with the results I’m getting do soon. I recommend this program to all those who are tired of achieving little to, no results. This program really works!
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All I have to say is,
10 cupcakes on Super Bowl Sunday
I feel soooooooooooooooo…. shameful for that.
I went ham on those cupcakes. THEY DIDN’T STAND A CHANCE.
I’ve really got to go work out :( 2 months ago
1. Get asthma under control
2. Control allergies
3. Begin a regular exercise regimen
4. Cut back on soda and carbonated beverages
5. Be in control of my emotions
6. Take my medications regularly
Once I can wrangle my own health, I’ll feel better. The weight will come off if it’s meant to. I’m going to the gym to cope with stress and help with my asthma. If I lose weight or trim down in the process, that’s great. But I think the thing I have to work on right now is getting over the number that expresses my mass and feel comfortable in my own skin again. 2 months ago
how many calories should women eat per day? 4 months ago
Welp, guess how many times I’ve been to the gym since my last post. Once. And it’s like, my first month payment is up soon, and I’m sick. I feel like my life is sabotaging me.
I have so many things I want to do, and it seems like all I’m capable of doing with them is talking about how much I want them. It’s so frustrating.
Just gotta… rassle up some money for this next month, and MAKE time to go. MAKE time to formulate a workout plan. Put in effort to eat healthier, drink more water, etc… 5 months ago
I got a membership. What have I done. Now I HAVE to exercise!
Apparently my weight has gotten to a critical mass at 280. Yes, I’m a nice and plump 280. And even though it’s just a number, it just kills my self-esteem. It’s the heaviest I’ve ever been.
People in my life have tried to tell me that I have a weight issue, various times in my life and recently. But know what? There’s no easy way to tell someone. But there are terrible ways to go about doing it.
And if you think the person doesn’t know they’re overweight, you must think they’re dumb. THEY KNOW. You’re pointing out the obvious.
But while there are people in my life that want me to lose weight for reason 1 or reason 2, I will do it on my watch. On my schedule. For me. Not for you. Not because you want me to. So stop wanting me to, and start just supporting me through it. Maybe stop enabling me. 5 months ago