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  • 01-03-2016, 11:58 AM

    Re: Fitness for Life- How I lost nearly 100 lbs

    Consistency is definately best! Only if I could keep it up.....
  • 01-04-2015, 03:12 PM
    Your weightloss is amazing. Unfortunately i dont understand the links above. But i do plan to take the titles a d try to create my own. Thank you for the inspiration.
  • 01-02-2015, 08:05 AM

    Re: Fitness for Life- How I lost nearly 100 lbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Blustd View Post
    Hahaha. That is a link for chocolate crock pot dish
    No, you're adding .html to the end of the link- which is why it's taking you to the forums instead of the blogs.
  • 01-01-2015, 03:32 PM

    Re: Fitness for Life- How I lost nearly 100 lbs

    Quote Originally Posted by FreebieQueen View Post
    The food guidelines are listed in the link above. Here it is again:
    Hahaha. That is a link for chocolate crock pot dish
  • 12-30-2014, 08:20 PM
    Great inspiration! I, too, am trying to lose weight and new to Budget101. Thank you.
  • 12-30-2014, 10:07 AM
    I've been trying to download the printable workout sheets and it won't let me. I was able to download like three of the sheets..but it won't let me do any more. What's up with that?
  • 12-10-2014, 08:20 PM
    Reading this posts is inspiring. How has everyone done since July? I really need to lose 100 lbs. myself.
  • 07-03-2014, 08:22 AM
    wow awesome, very proud of you hun Xx
  • 05-02-2014, 09:04 PM

    Re: Fitness for Life- How I lost nearly 100 lbs

    If there is anyone who wants to chat privately about weight loss I'm Linda Prince Johnson on FB or maybe we want to start a forum? Not sure how to do that.
  • 03-20-2014, 04:32 PM
    I too am overweight. My weight came from wrong medicine prescribed, eating the wrong foods, eating too much, emotional eating and eating when I'm tired. I do not have the money for the gym and do not have a stationary bike. I have been off from work since Jan 31 and have gained more weight. Thinking of walking during lunch when I return to work on Monday - at least. I need more vegies in my diet too. Maybe we could join up and work together to lose our weight? They say it is good to have a partner who wants the same thing. Anyone?
  • 02-15-2014, 03:07 AM
    I'm starting slowly to lose weight. Most of my life I was thin and able to lose weight easily after each baby but since our middle child was brain injured as the result of his service in Iraq 7 years ago I'm sleeping odd hours and not as organized as I used to be and am having a hard time. I'm also an emotional eater so you can see where that's going haha I've been working on a plan that is slowly coming together for me. I used to never weigh more than 125 lbs but now wear 200 lbs.

    First I'm getting on a sleep schedule that gets me at least 7 hours a day. I don't always get to bed before it gets light (I'm the night nurse) but it's my goal to do that because I sleep better if I get to sleep before it gets light outside. This is not as bad for me as you all might think because I've always been a night owl and am at my best from 6PM onward.

    After reading Covert Bailey's books --- he's a biochemical engineer I think -- I've started riding my stationary bike for 15 minutes before each meal. This revs up your metabolism and continues to burn calories more quickly for some time after you finish riding. This worked for me the last time before our son was injured.

    I'm eating the same food I've always eaten but am using a forced portion control. I never eat the food I've cooked for the current night's dinner. If I do I have a tendency to go back for seconds. I'm freezing my meals in the smallest square snaplock container which is 10 oz and eating from the freezer OR having a salad for all three meals. I was never much for breakfast foods so this works well for me. I'm never likely to go back to the freezer and thaw a second container of the meal I've already eaten no matter how good it tasted.

    So I haven't lost any weight yet but I don't feel deprived, I have plenty of energy and my clothes are feeling looser. Maybe this method might work for some of you who are having trouble sticking with a plan.
  • 05-25-2013, 01:32 AM
    wow you look great! grats on the new you
  • 04-26-2013, 08:29 PM
    Thanks so much, this may be one of my favorite sections. I am a new member, so I am still working my way around the site! You look great!
  • 12-28-2011, 07:24 AM
    The food guidelines are listed in the link above. Here it is again:
  • 12-27-2011, 08:22 PM
    very impressive! thats alot of hard work, and by yourself, no groups! where's your diet/eating guidelines? I'm trying to lose weight, and redo our eating habits-my husband had his cholesterol checked @ his last appt. the Dr. called in a panick, his cholesterol was over 500! I need to figure this out and on a budget! thax
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