1poundatax wrote: »
Hi, I'm 61. I have been a member of MFP for several years but never tracked more than a few days, never took it seriously. About 10 years ago I lost 5 pounds on WW. I gradually put about 1/2 of it back on. My goal is to take off what I lost and evaluate from there. I will still be overweight, but not obese. I was comfortable at that weight. I am concerned about developing health issues that go along with being overweight and have decided to get serious.
Engaging the core is working the muscles in the torso. The abdominal and obliques and the lower back muscles. The muscles you use to hold your torso rigid when doing planks and pushups and such.
barbiecat wrote: »
Just got home from my early morning walk with the dogs. The young dog wants to go home after about 30 minutes, my friend about 30 minutes after that. Then Sasha, the poodle, and I walk for about 45 minutes. She likes to sniff things and I like to listen to a podcast. It's a great way to start the day. Barbie in NW WA
MiaBella444 wrote: »
Looking for 60 and up who are not only counting calories but looking to cut sodium to share ideas and foods with because of hypertension. Would also love ideas or tips for dealing with arthritis, a newly discovered sciatica problem and lifelong thyroid disease and removal of. Made a wonderful new acquaintance with "veggiepat" and thinking there is strength in numbers. Male or female. Add me. I would love input!
kroywrn2 wrote: »
I’m new to this group. Gained the COVID 15 while quarantined. That was on top of the winter weight I put on. Decided to go back to Dukan. Finished the 6 day attack down 7 pounds. Now I’m on Cruise until I lose the rest. Anyone else following this plan?
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