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Forging ahead once more!

Wednesday, April 01, 2015

It came back. Not all of it but I slowly over time with a lack of really effort towards being healthy I am back over 200 lbs.
Today my company re-launched it's Fitness program and I have joined up. I am hoping this will help re-motivate me towards diligence and effort.
Either way I have a goal. I need to re-shed this weight and get my body in better shape. My Sciatica feels worse when I am not fit and I feel less confident and happy.
At least I do not feel like this is square one all over again. I have maintained some exercise habits, just not enough. I still have some muscle tone and endurance, but I do have to build it back up and get better at the calorie accountability. Exercising two days a week does not balance against daily indulgence.
My double motivation is driven by the fact that my DBF proposed and we will be getting married in November!
I would like to feel confident and pretty, not only in my wedding dress, but in the bathing suits, etc. that I will be wearing on our Caribbean honeymoon.
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  • RADOOGA
    Congratulations on your engagement. I hope your plans go well, and that you meet your goals to feel beautiful on your big day x
    2084 days ago
  • STODD251
    Oh congrats on the engagement! I am also determined to take some weight off before my wedding, but I have a much shorter timeline to work with at this point! Let me know if you want to virtually help each other out! I know I need all the motivation I can get! I just started a challenge for the month of April using the 21 Day Fix, so lots of clean eating and a 30 minute workout video everyday is what I think I'm in for. I'm just hoping that it helps, because I've been bouncing around in that higher than I want to be category for a while now.
    2111 days ago
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