mibeans wrote: »
I want to join also if it is still possible. I need two knees replaced and want to drop some weight before my first surgery which I hope they will do in April.
GW: 160 (for the time being)
Challenge weight 191 (Feb weigh in)
Going to get back to the Y to do water exercise and start riding my stationary bike while logging on MFP everything that goes in my mouth.;
lesdarts180 wrote: »
Welcome @ksales507 , I have eaten dessert twice already this month - baked cheesecake on Saturday evening (but I did about 30+ mins of disco dancing during the evening) - and more cheesecake at my mum's for Sunday lunch. Just plan ahead, and if possible check the calories beforehand. (my mum still had the box but I didn't check until after I had had two (small) portions! I did extra exercise on Saturday and Monday.
I shall be having cake next month as it is my mum's 90th birthday and we are arranging a party. My daughter has volunteered to make cake!
I work on the principle that I can eat whatever I want but try to have small portions and log everything. You will learn what is worth "spending" calories on. Personally I avoid alcohol and sweet drinks - not worth the calories. But cake is worth it.
lucyhall006 wrote: »
If like to join please.
Current weight is 15st 2lbs (211 m9ns I think)
ksales507 wrote: »
Challenge goal: 119-119.5
(I lose slowwwwwwly)
How: Tracking. Every. Little. Thing.
Walking more and eating fruit instead of ‘bad’ snacks. Getting my family to eat more seafood-n-veggie dinners! Ha! And checking in here to stay motivated...
Any tips on how I can eat a piece of cake this month???
runnergal555 wrote: »
I'm in! I have completely let myself go and have hit my highest weight ever
Starting Weight: ~140
Challenge Weight: 134
Goal Weight: 125
To achieve a 6 pound weight loss in 6 weeks, I will log my meals every day and run 4-5 times per week as well as attend one workout class per week.
deepwoodslady wrote: »
Female named Donna from the Midwest USA ….. 5’ 5” tall……. 58 years young.
“The best thing about the future is that it only comes one day at a time.” ~Abraham Lincoln
Highest Weight Ever: 253 (2014/2015)
Original MFP starting Weight on this current journey: 235.0 (Jan 11, 2018)
Challenge Starting Weight: 183.6
Challenge Goal Weight: 177.1
Challenge Ending Weight: TBD
Weight Lost so far during challenge:
Final Challenge Thoughts:
kvansteen wrote: »
SW 165 (post baby)
End of challenge: 140
Eat NSNG for challenge and workout 3x or more/week. Plus 10000+ steps/day.
Three kids makes it hard some days.
aek585 wrote: »
A day late joining, but
Challenge Goal: 157
I plan to continue getting 10K-15K steps per day. I also started Keto yesterday to see if that helps to kick start weight loss. I figure if nothing else, cutting out sugar is a plus in itself. Also, drinking 80oz of water per day.
besmith11 wrote: »
Had some news that was unsettling today. Was able to log my feelings about the issue rather than eat my feelings.
Body weight exercises are going better than I thought and are helping me process the news I received.
Had a nurse today look at me, back at my chart, then back at me again and was shocked she couldn't recognize me. It was kind of nice. 😊
besmith11 wrote: »
@ashley1401 - Honestly I am not 100% sure I am right now. More tests are required but I got out of my own head by doing Leslie Sansone's Burn to the Beat walking video because it's in negative degrees outside.
I think I will know more in a couple of weeks but I do have some great support with my healthcare team and therapist. I may not be 100% okay tonight but I am alive and breathing. That is all I can ask for right now.
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