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As part of the "50" age group now...I am getting back to it again. Let's do this!!!
As part of the "50" age group now...I am getting back to it again. Let's do this!!!




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ARNETTELEE
12/30/2013 8:02:05 PM

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12/9/2012 6:44:45 PM

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LIVINHEALTHY9
11/25/2012 8:09:24 PM

Hello and Welcome Back,
You will find lots of support and motivation here. One of the best ways to stay active and accountable is to be active on your Spark Teams. Plus, that's a great way to make new friends with similar interests.
Just take it one day/ one step at a time. You can do it!



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PUDLECRAZY
11/25/2012 6:45:41 PM

Hi Tigger,

Yes, by all means, get back to tracking. What really helped me was honest tracking of my food and workouts. I also got a fitbit and that really motivated me to increase my walking. One thing I noticed was that at 10,000 steps per day, I maintained. But at 15,000 steps per day, I lost weight. Also weight lifting helped with losing weight. I have been on a maintenance plan now for 2 years. If I start putting weight back on I go back to tracking right away.

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PUDLECRAZY
11/25/2012 6:45:18 PM

Hi Tigger,

Yes, by all means, get back to tracking. What really helped me was honest tracking of my food and workouts. I also got a fitbit and that really motivated me to increase my walking. One thing I noticed was that at 10,000 steps per day, I maintained. But at 15,000 steps per day, I lost weight. Also weight lifting helped with losing weight. I have been on a maintenance plan now for 2 years. If I start putting weight back on I go back to tracking right away.

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