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SWEETTOOTH712 SparkPoints: (19,530)
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4/27/12 9:37 A

Excellent idea. I tend to focus on the scale too much and get discouraged. Thanks for sharing!


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REBCCA SparkPoints: (314,917)
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4/27/12 9:36 A

emoticon I wish you happy success! emoticon

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JPEARL127 SparkPoints: (14,424)
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4/27/12 9:01 A

Whenever I am in a fitness and exercise program, I do a few quick measurements before I get going. Of course I weigh myself and look at my BMI. Then I measure my body: Upper Arms, chest, waist hips, thigh, calf and ankle.

At those times when my weight is not moving or is moving upwards, I look carefully at my body measurements. What I see helps me realize that what I am doing IS making a difference and that I need to continue marching on.

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