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How To Make Fitness Matter

Framing Your Big Picture

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SMILESRME

3/16/2010 10:27:38 PM

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Good thoughts to help stay on track. Good reminder to pack lunch and snacks when out of the house, the temptation to buy fast food is great!

MSKITYOCAT

3/7/2010 3:01:20 PM

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something is wrong with several of your spark point systems. It reads Javascript void. What the heck does that mean? Help I read all three articles so far and can't get any points. Very frustrating. LOL Thanks

MICKEYMAX

2/18/2010 3:53:49 PM

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Love these ideas to help me stay strong! I'm going to create a collage to help me
have a visual of all the things I want to do: horseback riding, drive a race car, hiking near waterfalls, and a host of other things. :) This gives me a lot of impetus to do this tonight! THANK YOU!

NANNER2121

1/22/2010 2:35:53 PM

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I like the idea of reward, putting $1 into a special account to purchase additional fitness equipment, dvds, shoes or the like. Alternatively a $1 penalty for not doing your daily routine would also work.

JIBBIE49

5/29/2008 7:22:48 PM

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Great article.

WOLFKITTY

4/6/2008 12:58:32 PM

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Absolutely, I believe that weight loss should never be solely about the number on the scale. Identifying how I wanted my life to be affected helped me make changes for my LIFESTYLE. I'm not "on track" or "off track" because I'm just living a new lifestyle. It's not hard to stick to, or something I "have" to do, it just IS. I don't plan out meals or stick to a rigid menu, but I do keep stocked up with fruits, veggies and healthy snacks. I eat smaller portions of high cal/high fat foods (sparingly), and am sure to work in the extra calories and fat into my Spark Nutrition Tracker ranges. So far, so good! :D

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