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After thousands of failures i am finally decided to lose weight for good by exercising frequently and having healthy eating habits as much as possible.
After thousands of failures i am finally decided to lose weight for good by exercising frequently and having healthy eating habits as much as possible.




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Member Since: 1/28/2013

SparkPoints: 2,953

Fitness Minutes: 1,865

My Goals:
eat healthy
Workout 4 days a week
lose weight
be active
Reduce fat in my legs and hips.
Enjoy my life

My Program:
On Tuesdays and Thrusdays, i have insanity classes at 7.30pm. On Wednesdays, i have cardio kickboxing at 8pm. On Fridays, i have cardio dancing at 6pm. On Saturdays, i have boot camp training at 7am and i am having some reducer massages and sauna sessions at 9am. On Sundays, i go hiking at 6am
On Mondays, I stay home and relax with my family..

Personal Information:
I live in Venezuela. I'm 27 years old, i'm married and have a 2 year old baby boy. I gained weight mainly by depression. My mother passed away with breast cáncer in two months, that was a shock for me, so i started eating and eating... i was very unhappy. Sincé last month i've been trying to make a change since August.

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Please join if you want to share common goals. I have a baby, so it's pretty difficult to fulfill my goals sometimes given time; but i've learned if i plan carefully my activities, i can make them all and be happy by the end of the day.

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BOOZEYFORD
10/28/2013 8:15:20 PM

Hey girl, see your feeling down, not sure what's going on, but don't let it derail you. Think of all you've accomplished and all the your reasons for pushing yourself and know that staying on course will make you happier, drifting off will only make things worse.



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MARYMIRACLE12
9/16/2013 12:32:28 PM

Thank you everyone... I am taking every word of your advices as bible words right now and I really appreciate you had the time to respond! bozeey, thank you for sharing a bit of your story. I can see myself reflected in that mirror. I will fight my way out of this state, I can assure you guys.

I will add you to be in touch regularly.



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SELHORST19
9/9/2013 4:06:15 PM

I also saw your comment on the five things article. I have found through my fitness journey that it is all about myself and nothing that anyone says or does really matters. It's all about you. Please don't let horrible people get you down. Stay strong! If you need a friend, let me know! You are not alone!



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BOOZEYFORD
9/8/2013 7:18:38 PM

I too saw your comment on the five things article and felt the need to respond. You are doing what you need to do for yourself, don't let someone's idiocy get you down.
I have always loved the peace of walking and new if I started to Do so regularly I would probably loose some weight but I was to intimidated to do so alone and honestly to afraid of what people might say/think when they saw the fat girl huffing down the rode. Your much braver than I was, I commend your fortitude. After my son was born I started walking with him, I figured I wasn't alone and who was gonna say something bad bout the new new momma pushing a baby stroller. After a while I stopped caring what someone might say and began to walk by myself as well and slowly worked up to running, by jogging a block then walking one. It was woth it, not only did it change my body, I also gained new friends from those on my route who offered me encouragement as I huffed passed.

Long story short, go for it, if you feel ready to run then try it. There are some great articles on here too on how to transition safely into running. Before long all you'll hear is whistling...



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BOOZEYFORD
9/8/2013 7:18:12 PM

I too saw your comment on the five things article and felt the need to respond. You are doing what you need to do for yourself, don't let someone's idiocy get you down.
I have always loved the peace of walking and new if I started to Do so regularly I would probably loose some weight but I was to intimidated to do so alone and honestly to afraid of what people might say/think when they saw the fat girl huffing down the rode. Your much braver than I was, I commend your fortitude. After my son was born I started walking with him, I figured I wasn't alone and who was gonna say something bad bout the new new momma pushing a baby stroller. After a while I stopped caring what someone might say and began to walk by myself as well and slowly worked up to running, by jogging a block then walking one. It was woth it, not only did it change my body, I also gained new friends from those on my route who offered me encouragement as I huffed passed.

Long story short, go for it, if you feel ready to run then try it. There are some great articles on here too on how to transition safely into running. Before long all you'll hear is whistling...



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