Fitness Minutes: (14,252)
9,689 4/5/12 8:57 P
If you keep doing what you're supposed to do, it's unlikely you'll gain the weight back, although if you do, don't worry... gaining a couple of lbs when you start working out is normal, because your muscles hold on to water when you're working out. It'll go away eventually.
Just remember that this is marathon... not a sprint. You don't get there by losing as fast as possible... you win by getting it off slowly and steadily... and keeping it off. your goal may be a bit aggressive, so don't be discouraged if you don't quite make it.
You mention drinking water and working out, but are you tracking your calories? Your nutrition is the most critical part of your healthy lifestyle... without that, you're less likely to reach your goals, because oyu can't out-exercise a bad diet.
Heather Writer, mother, wife, and breadwinner. I love to run, but running doesn't love me, so I'm switching to my low-impact bike.
Fitness Minutes: (400)
4/5/12 7:49 P
Well,at first I did not where to begin with fitness I lost 3 pounds this week I been drinking water and doing cardio boot camp for 15-20 minutes for the past 3 days, I guess Im just afraid I don't want the 3 pounds to come back I want to at least lose 10 pounds for the month of april 2012.My fiance is in Army training for a year and I want to surprise him with my weight loss.After are son I put on the pounds I never been skinny,but now im obese and been having health problems I have to change.
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