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ALLYTHEATHLETE Posts: 864
5/8/12 11:15 A

Congratulations! I do recommend setting new goals as you meet (and celebrate) previous ones. That way, you keep improving and growing. For example, a ot of Sparkers train for a charity race. I've joined some intramural sand volleyball teams (in addition to my regular workouts) just for fun and it's also a great workout!

CASSIEFLUTE SparkPoints: (0)
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5/8/12 11:07 A

Holy freaking smokes!! Congrats! I hope to lose 5 pounds by the end of this month but... who knows.

MAGGIEVAN SparkPoints: (204,392)
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5/8/12 6:37 A

Exactly! New short, medium and long term goals? You can do it!

MSDEE7679 SparkPoints: (9,163)
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5/7/12 9:32 A

Great job. This does work! emoticon

JEANINNEWCASTLE Posts: 2,286
5/7/12 12:48 A

Good job!

Sure, new goals could be more related to a specific healthy habit or a new sport/activity that you want to take on. Making healthy choices is a lifestyle!

BETHARDS SparkPoints: (0)
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5/7/12 12:33 A

It's been hard work but I am loving it! 14 lbs to my goal! The thing that worries me is, what then? New goals?

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