WAIST AWAYS -- February 2019

Beka3695
Beka3695 Posts: 4,126 Member
edited January 2019 in Social Groups
Welcome WAIST AWAYS CHALLENGERS

This chat room provides a place for the CHALLENGERS to meet and chat about the challenge, discuss any issues, post comments, share ideas, etc...

We are beginning the FEBRUARY Challenge - We have five (5) teams returning this month and a NEW expansion team – SHRINKING ASSETS!!

Our group and team leaders for the FEBRUARY Challenge are as follows;

Our Moderators;
Steve - @steplaj (Group Owner, Moderator)
Becky - @Beka3695 (Moderator)
Greg - @Navydaddjtc (Moderator)
Maricela - @mari_moulin (Moderator)

Our Team Captains;
[*] Team Workout Warriors - @Navydaddjtc and @steplaj
[*] Team Mission Slimpossibles - @broncobuddee and @Kres567
[*] Team Weight No More - @sleepymom5 and @cyndiesstuff
[*] Team WaistAways - @Jugar and OPEN
[*] Team Trimstones - @mulecanter and @jessicakrall8
[*] Team Shrinking Assets - @Boehle and @Beka3695

Our Motivators
[*] Team Workout Warriors - @Goinhard64 and OPEN
[*] Team Mission Slimpossibles - @UTMom81and @tess5036
[*] Team WaistAways - @jan110144 (Motivator)and OPEN SLOT
[*] Team Weight No More - @ihp2015 and @Mrsbell8well
[*] Team Trimstones - OPEN SLOT and OPEN SLOT
[*] Team Shrinking Assets - @KelGen02 and @melissafeagins

Captain’s responsibilities include:
* Entering weights for your team into the spreadsheet.
* Be active in team discussions, encouraging and supporting the challengers as they post.
* Encourage challengers to participate in challenges and in group discussions.
* Post daily / weekly challenges and topics to promote team involvement and help keep the team engaged.
* Participate in team discussions encouraging team participation.
* Help remind challengers when they are due to post (and especially when overdue to post) weights.
* Encourage participation in the moderators challenge and in the weekly team challenges.
* Remind your challengers to enter their weights on time by tagging them or messaging them when they are pending.
* Answering any questions that may come up about challenges, weigh-ins, the spreadsheets etc.

Motivator’s Responsibilities include:
* Be active in team discussions, encouraging and supporting the challengers as they post.
* Encourage challengers to participate in challenges and in group discussions.
* Participate in team discussions encouraging team participation.
* Help remind challengers when they are due to post (and especially when overdue to post) weights.
* Encourage participation in the moderators challenge and in the weekly team challenges.
* Coordinate with your awesome team captains to see if they can use any assistance or if they have any specific tasks they feel you can assist with.

F2F-WLC CHALLENGES:
- - WEEKLY GROUP CHALLENGE (Challenges hosted by teams for the entire group)
- - MODERATOR'S CHALLENGE (Challenges hosted by the moderators of the group)
- - INDIVIDUAL CHALLENGES (Challenges within teams themselves)

This Month’s Weekly Team Challenges provided by: (Team captains, please be ready with each weeks challenge...)
Week 1 – Team SHRINKING ASSETS
Week 2 - Team WORKOUT WARRIORS
Week 3 - Team MISSION SLIMPOSSIBLES
Week 4 - Team TRIMSTONES

(Note:The team order for challenges follows the team order in the group standing sheet on the spreadsheets)

HOW OUR CHALLENGES WORK:
We have 3 total possible challenges and NONE are mandatory. Our challengers can do none or all it's up to them. So we have...

The F2F Weekly TEAM Challenge - posted each week on Sunday in the announcements by the team who is assigned that particular week (see above for your week). This is for the F2F Group as a whole.

F2F Moderators Challenge/Topic of the week - This challenge is provided each week in the announcements area. One of the moderators will either provide a challenge that will involve anything fitness, health, and nutrition.

Individual Team challenges - these are challenge done within your own team. You can chose daily, weekly, or monthly challenges (weekly seems to work best). You can make this whatever you wish as long as it's health and fitness related.

Note: If for some reason your team is unable to provide the weekly challenge please let me know ahead of time so another team can take your place or so I can provide the challenge.

Good Luck Teams: Please let us know if there is anything wrong or if you notice something that needs to be fixed or modified. Everything seems ready to go for FEBRUARY. Registrations are almost done and we have quite a few new challengers. Make sure you are going into your new team threads to welcome anyone who has started posting. Let’s make our newbies feel welcome and show them some F2F love!!
THANKS YOUR MODS
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  • Bear479
    Bear479 Posts: 58 Member
    Happy February! I will post an intro after the kiddos are snoozing... I hope its soon
  • jan110144
    jan110144 Posts: 1,195 Member
    FEBRUARY FITNESS CHALLENGE for Team Waistaway!

    Who’s up for a fitness challenge to break the winter doldrums in February?

    Challenge:

    1. YOU pick the challenge you want to do for the month.
    2. Share your personal challenge with the group
    3. Commit to doing your chosen challenge daily for the month of February. A total of 4 pass days (allowing for
    time conflicts or just to provide a day of rest each week) will be permitted.
    6. Post your progress every one to two days.
    7. At the end of the month, post your final results (how many days you were able to complete the challenge) and
    share your experience with the challenge. "Winners" will be those who complete the month with 24 days completed (although anyone who has continued to work on their challenge and report in through the month will be a winner, regardless of the number of pass days).


    Reporting Format:
    Name:
    Your Personal Challenge:
    Date – yes/no
    Comment on how this is going for you hard (problems, successes, how you are feeling about doing this, etc.)

    Example:
    Name: Jan
    Personal Challenge: Planks
    2/1 – Yes
    2/2 – Yes
    So far so good. Not sure if I will be able to meet the length of time for holding the challenge as it increases, but
    I’m going to try!


    I am looking forward to seeing the challenges everyone picks for themselves.
  • jugar
    jugar Posts: 9,718 Member
    Welcome to February!
    The days are getting longer, even though some of us will continue to be buried under plenty of snow and still need our long underwear and oh, so fashionable huge boots and coats.

    I'm Liselyn, your team captain, and I think a new round of introductions are always a great way to start the month. Returning and new members - step on in and tell us things about yourself. We are a wonderful bunch of people - many ages, places, experiences - and having each other is going to help us all on our paths here on MFP.

    I just turned 65. I retired a year ago after 37 years as a university professor of music. I did 12 years of hard time in the upper administration along the way (associate dean, associate VP in charge of international relations for the whole uni, department chair), and have kept up performing as well. I have 2 children in their 20s (I started late!!) - a daughter in the Canadian Army (still not sure how that happened) and an adopted son who works with large pieces of wood and even larger saws to make die boards at a local factory. They are both amazing people. My husband is also retired, and still at almost 72 deals with our 90 acres of woods, makes sure we have plenty of heating wood all stacked and dry by fall, and somehow keeps our 1 km (half mile) private road passable most of the time. He is a computer geeky guy, but a big physical mountain man at the same time. We live in rural Québec, about 85 miles east of Montreal. It is beautiful, full of snow, and we cannot see any other houses from where we live. I love the silence and space.

    I still play music, I have a lovely horse (Montana, an appaloosa stallion), I don't ride as much as I would like to in winter. My daughter is moving soon to Alberta so my horse will no longer be taken care of by her at her house - but her new lodger is taking over both the house and the horses. She is a trainer and fantastic horsewoman, so at least I won't lose having a riding buddy once the weather lightens up a bit! I'll really miss my daughter, though.

    About 7 years ago, I had gotten quite large - I like to blame the international relations job with too much travel and too many meals with delegations. I was out of shape, and finally decided to do something about it. I had a 6 month leave while my husband had both knees replaced, and started at home with an online program since I was too self-conscious to go to any gym. After that 6 months, I was able to get to the gym at work, and never looked back. I lost 35 pounds, which is not a huge amount but I'm only 5' tall. I have been within a few pounds of goal, happy with that, for 7 years now. I would still like to increase my level of fitness and strength now that I have more time so I'm aiming for 4-5 more pounds. Staying in a team like this makes a huge difference - your voices are in my head, and the community feeling even at a distance works.

    Enough blabbing on! Consider yourselves challenged to tell your stories too.
  • Navydaddjtc
    Navydaddjtc Posts: 4,166 Member
    THANKS TO @MARI AND @Beka3695
    FOR ALL OF YOUR HARD AND TIME CONSUMING WORK YOU DID IN MY ABSENCE.

    I AM TRYING TO GET MY HEALTH BACK IN ORDER AND BETWEEN TESTS AND APPOINTMENT IT WAS A STRUGGLE FOR ME KEEP UP WITH IT ALL. I WAS ASKED TO STEP BACK THIS MONTH FOR THE REGISTRATION PROCESS WHILE MY BODY, MY DOC'S AND I FIGURE OUT WHAT IS WRONG.

    TESTING IS DONE RESULTS ARE IN...... SOME GOOD SOME NOT SO GOOD....REFERRALS HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE APPROPRIATE SPECIALISTS SO THAT'S WHERE WE ARE AS OF NOW.

    I WILL STILL WILL HANDLE THE WARRIORS ALONG WITH STEVE. THAT'S NOT A BIG THING AND I SHOULD BE ABLE TO HANDLE THAT NO PROBLEM.

    I AM A WARRIOR AND A NAVY MAN AND I WILL NOT GIVE UP. IT'S NOT IN A WARRIORS DNA OR VOCABULARY TO QUIT OR THROW IN THE TOWEL OR ANYTHING ELSE OF THAT NATURE. I WILL FIGHT THIS WITH THE INTENSITY I FOUGHT WITH BACK ION THE DAY.

    IN CLOSING THANK YOU ALL FROM BOTH MARCIE AND MYSELF FOR THE WELL WISHES AND CONTINUED SUPPORT.
    GREG, MARCIE AND SHADOW X-117
  • Bear479
    Bear479 Posts: 58 Member
    Hello everyone

    Im Sarah. Im 37 and I have 2 small kiddos; 3yo and almost 1yo. I also have a very supportive and wonderful husband who is also working on his fitness goals and its nice to have a partner in this journey. We live in Germany but Im from the US. I have lived here since 2014, my kids were all born here, you could say I have immigrated (or re-immigrated since my ancestors immigrated to the US from a tiny town about 20 mins from where I now live). I have been on maternity leave for more than a year and the day of reckoning is almost here. Next Monday its back to work and I know it will be a shock to my system and my poor mushy baby brain. I look forward to it though.

    I would say I have always struggled with my weight in that I have always thought I needed to lose weight. Even when I was in my early 20s and weighed around 130 I wanted to be 120. So I had always worked out and watched what I ate. I gained some weight when I started a new job back in 2012 and couldnt work out like I was used to. then I had a bad breakup and basically my weight went out of control. I gained about 50 pounds that year and I have never really been able to get the weight off. I lost about 20 pounds and then I had kids. After my son was born last Feb I discoverd MFP and its been really great at helping me stay accountable and focused. In the past year I have lost about 30lbs. I dont get much regular exercise but I do try to run when I can. I am commited to losing 5 pounds per month until I reach my goal of 135. I hope sometime this year. I recently started doing low carb again bc I always do best when I eat low carb. For me carbs are like crack I cant just have 1 small slice of bread before you know it half the loaf is gone. Even fruit is a slippery slope. so i center my meals on protein and veggies. I always feel better when I eat like this so I am trying to stay with it for the month of Feb with NO cheating which I know will not be easy but I will try my best. Heres to a great month of weightloss!

  • jan110144
    jan110144 Posts: 1,195 Member
    Good Afternoon Everyone! As with many others, I am living in the frigid zone at the moment and stuck indoors for the day. So ... great time to catch up with odds and ends.

    My name is Jan. I am the newly designated "fitness motivator" for Team Waistaway. I have been on MFP for a bit over year. Spent the first several months half-heartedly losing and regaining a few pounds. Really started trying to figure out what was going to work for me last Summer. Started tracking in MFP in July and reached goal (down a bit less than 50 pounds) last week.

    Fitness has been an important part of my journey. It was a primary motivator (even more than losing weight) as I wanted to succeed in showing my horse Annie in the upper levels of dressage (as an adult amateur). I am fortunate that riding is a passion (and great exercise), so in general exercise is not a difficult challenge for me. BUT ... as I moved up the levels of riding, I found that riding itself was not enough to achieve the fitness needed to compete successfully. So, after starting MFP with riding as my only real exercise, I added the rowing machine in September, started weights in November, and added pool exercises on my recovery day off from weights in December. And I FEEL GREAT! :smiley:

    I have found that having a place to be accountable, and feel supported by others who are on a similar journey, has been extremely helpful. It was particularly important after the first couple of months when the initial 'motivation' wore off. I intend to stay fully involved in the group for the foreseeable future as I work to learn how to live in maintenance. At 74, I feel best I have felt in a long, long time. After all of this hard work, I don't want to fall away from this way of eating and living.

    Looking forward to getting to meet the newbies who are joining us this month and to seeing everyone jump in to the Team Waist Away Fitness Challenge (see above) for February.
  • Bear479
    Bear479 Posts: 58 Member
    jan110144 wrote: »
    FEBRUARY FITNESS CHALLENGE for Team Waistaway!

    Who’s up for a fitness challenge to break the winter doldrums in February?

    Challenge:

    1. YOU pick the challenge you want to do for the month.
    2. Share your personal challenge with the group
    3. Commit to doing your chosen challenge daily for the month of February. A total of 4 pass days (allowing for
    time conflicts or just to provide a day of rest each week) will be permitted.
    6. Post your progress every one to two days.
    7. At the end of the month, post your final results (how many days you were able to complete the challenge) and
    share your experience with the challenge. "Winners" will be those who complete the month with 24 days completed (although anyone who has continued to work on their challenge and report in through the month will be a winner, regardless of the number of pass days).


    Reporting Format:
    Name:
    Your Personal Challenge:
    Date – yes/no
    Comment on how this is going for you hard (problems, successes, how you are feeling about doing this, etc.)

    Example:
    Name: Jan
    Personal Challenge: Planks
    2/1 – Yes
    2/2 – Yes
    So far so good. Not sure if I will be able to meet the length of time for holding the challenge as it increases, but
    I’m going to try!


    I am looking forward to seeing the challenges everyone picks for themselves.

    The plank challenge is a good idea since I dont get much real exercise. I believe one day when my kids are a little older I will get some of my life back and be able to go to a gym and make time to workout.
  • jugar
    jugar Posts: 9,718 Member
    jan110144 wrote: »
    FEBRUARY FITNESS CHALLENGE for Team Waistaway!

    Who’s up for a fitness challenge to break the winter doldrums in February?

    Challenge:
    1. YOU pick the challenge you want to do for the month.
    2. Share your personal challenge with the group
    3. Commit to doing your chosen challenge daily for the month of February. A total of 4 pass days (allowing for
    4. time conflicts or just to provide a day of rest each week) will be permitted.
    5. Post your progress every one to two days.
    6. At the end of the month, post your final results (how many days you were able to complete the challenge) and share your experience with the challenge. "Winners" will be those who complete the month with 24 days completed (although anyone who has continued to work on their challenge and report in through the month will be a winner, regardless of the number of pass days).
      There are some fantastic ideas for challenges at darebee.com - all kinds of exercises at all levels, simple and free with no ads!
    7. mari_moulin
      mari_moulin Posts: 3,717 Member
      jan110144 wrote: »
      FEBRUARY FITNESS CHALLENGE for Team Waistaway!

      Who’s up for a fitness challenge to break the winter doldrums in February?

      Challenge:

      1. YOU pick the challenge you want to do for the month.
      2. Share your personal challenge with the group
      3. Commit to doing your chosen challenge daily for the month of February. A total of 4 pass days (allowing for
      time conflicts or just to provide a day of rest each week) will be permitted.
      6. Post your progress every one to two days.
      7. At the end of the month, post your final results (how many days you were able to complete the challenge) and
      share your experience with the challenge. "Winners" will be those who complete the month with 24 days completed (although anyone who has continued to work on their challenge and report in through the month will be a winner, regardless of the number of pass days).


      Reporting Format:
      Name:
      Your Personal Challenge:
      Date – yes/no
      Comment on how this is going for you hard (problems, successes, how you are feeling about doing this, etc.)

      Example:
      Name: Jan
      Personal Challenge: Planks
      2/1 – Yes
      2/2 – Yes
      So far so good. Not sure if I will be able to meet the length of time for holding the challenge as it increases, but
      I’m going to try!


      I am looking forward to seeing the challenges everyone picks for themselves.

      Heck yes I am in for this. I will be starting a new fitness program next week at the gym and my main goal is MUSCLE GAIN. I am not sure how this will affect my weigh ins but i am hoping i lose rather than gain despite the muscle gain as i still have quite a bit of fat to burn off. So my goals will be...........

      Reporting Format:

      Name: Mari
      Your Personal Challenge: Complete 3 days MINIMUM strength training a week.
      Date – yes/no
      Comment on how this is going for you hard (problems, successes, how you are feeling about doing this, etc.)
    8. jan110144
      jan110144 Posts: 1,195 Member
      @mari_moulin Great! I started strength training in Nov. I think it affected my weigh-ins just a bit the first several weeks because my weigh-in day was a day after weight training (apparently there is some fluid retention early on as muscles work to repair themselves after a workout). After that, everything evened out and I did not notice any impact. I did, however, notice an impact in inches lost :smile: Also, I just plain feel better and fitter.
    9. Pearl4686
      Pearl4686 Posts: 918 Member
      Hi I'm Perla and in a very similar position to Sara! I'm also 37 and my youngest is 9 months so I'm also on maternity leave. I've struggled with my weight my whole adult life but it all came to a head with the pregnancy of my now 8 year old- I gained 4st! I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism after that, so convinced myself that was the reason, even though my eating habits were terrible. My doctor warned me that I will have to work the weight off, and here I am, 8 years later at my heaviest :-(
      I've only just discovered MFP so this is all very new to me. I'm generally a bit old fashioned so technology is a bit of a battle, pleas be patient with me as I'm still finding my feet!
      I hope the support and accountability will keep me going as in the past I tended to give up after 2 weeks.
      Carbs is definitely my downfall, as once I start, I just can't stop!
      Looking forward to the challenges!
    10. mari_moulin
      mari_moulin Posts: 3,717 Member
      Hello WaistAways!!!

      My name is Mari (short for Maricela). I am the founder of our great group. Last year i stepped away for a bit of a "sabatical" while I sorted out my personal life and our amazing friend Steve was kind enough to take over the group so it can continue growing and helping others reach their weight loss and fitness goals. Thanks to him, Greg, Beka and other mods who have come and gone and all of our amazing captains old and new, our great group is still standing and going strong!! I came back ready to help our great team of Mods and Caps in this amazing adventure of helping out such an outstanding group of people.

      A little more about me, I am a 39 year old mother of 3 gorgeous boys, JJBean (14 yrs), Spooks (12 yrs) and SJ (3 yrs ). I'm married to the greatest guy ever. He is so supportive and loves me unconditionally. I was obese my entire life. I was an obese child, teen and adult. I have been dieting since I was a teen doing everything out there. Nothing ever worked for me. As an adult I had the gastric band surgery but it was a failed surgery. 5 years ago I did so well losing 75 lbs but after my mom passed away from ovarian cancer I ate through my grief and gained it all back and then some. After having my youngest in 2015, I decided enough was enough and got myself back onto this fitness journey. I started up again January 2016 and haven't looked back since. I lost 68.8 lbs on my own. Then on June 13th 2017, I had the Gastric Bypass Surgery. Since this surgery I have lost another 98.2 lbs making it a total of 167 lbs lost .

      This group has been such a huge part of my journey both before and after my surgery and I know I would not have come so far without the support and encouragement of MFP and this group!

      Highest weight 338.8 lbs
      Current weight 171.8 lbs (last saturday)
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    11. jugar
      jugar Posts: 9,718 Member
      Perla4686 wrote: »
      Hi I'm Perla and in a very similar position to Sara! I'm also 37 and my youngest is 9 months so I'm also on maternity leave. I've struggled with my weight my whole adult life but it all came to a head with the pregnancy of my now 8 year old- I gained 4st! I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism after that, so convinced myself that was the reason, even though my eating habits were terrible. My doctor warned me that I will have to work the weight off, and here I am, 8 years later at my heaviest :-(
      I've only just discovered MFP so this is all very new to me. I'm generally a bit old fashioned so technology is a bit of a battle, pleas be patient with me as I'm still finding my feet!
      I hope the support and accountability will keep me going as in the past I tended to give up after 2 weeks.
      Carbs is definitely my downfall, as once I start, I just can't stop!
      Looking forward to the challenges!

      Welcome Perla! I take it you are joining us from the UK where all the stones weigh 14 lbs. Hopefully the technology of being in this team will not be too crazy. The most important place to go is right here - and you found that, so you're doing great! You report your weight here on your weigh-in day each week, and otherwise just drop in as often as you can to let us know how you're doing, hear how your teammates are doing, and generally keep inspired. Don't wait too long between visits or the number of posts to read gets pretty long. Tracking will be your other biggest ally, and that isn't too hard with MFP especially once you have a repertoire of the foods you repeat a lot in your log.

      And yes, carbs can be really hard to stop eating. Get as many of them as you can from vegetables, and keep track even when you go over. It takes time to make changes, and you will hear that all of us slip up - just don't give up!

      If you count steps and want to join our stepping team, that is also possible. Just let me know.
    12. jugar
      jugar Posts: 9,718 Member
      My triceps hurt today. New strength program level started yesterday. Hurts good, I think!
    13. mari_moulin
      mari_moulin Posts: 3,717 Member
      jugar wrote: »
      My triceps hurt today. New strength program level started yesterday. Hurts good, I think!

      Its a good pain.....its a pain that shows your hard work and dedication. Beast mode!
    14. mari_moulin
      mari_moulin Posts: 3,717 Member
      February team, we are currently looking for one more captain and one more motivator for our team. If anyone is willing to help our team out please let us know.

      Captain’s responsibilities include:
      * Entering weights for your team into the spreadsheet.
      * Be active in team discussions, encouraging and supporting the challengers as they post.
      * Encourage challengers to participate in challenges and in group discussions.
      * Post daily / weekly challenges and topics to promote team involvement and help keep the team engaged.
      * Participate in team discussions encouraging team participation.
      * Help remind challengers when they are due to post (and especially when overdue to post) weights.
      * Encourage participation in the moderators challenge and in the weekly team challenges.
      * Remind your challengers to enter their weights on time by tagging them or messaging them when they are pending.
      * Answering any questions that may come up about challenges, weigh-ins, the spreadsheets etc.

      Motivator’s Responsibilities include:
      * Be active in team discussions, encouraging and supporting the challengers as they post.
      * Encourage challengers to participate in challenges and in group discussions.
      * Participate in team discussions encouraging team participation.
      * Help remind challengers when they are due to post (and especially when overdue to post) weights.
      * Encourage participation in the moderators challenge and in the weekly team challenges.
      * Coordinate with your awesome team captains to see if they can use any assistance or if they have any specific tasks they feel you can assist with.
    15. mari_moulin
      mari_moulin Posts: 3,717 Member
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      If anyone would like to join our Step challenge for February, please let us know and we will add you to the spreadsheet. We need 10 people to help us compete against the other teams. so far we have......

      @BMcC9
      @evangsimmons170
      @GettingFitTash
      @jugar
      @mari_moulin
      @sue_01


      We just need 4 more people. All you need is some sort of step tracker the motivation to GET TO STEPPIN!

    16. jugar
      jugar Posts: 9,718 Member
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      If anyone would like to join our Step challenge for February, please let us know and we will add you to the spreadsheet. We need 10 people to help us compete against the other teams. so far we have......

      @BMcC9
      @evangsimmons170
      @GettingFitTash
      @jugar
      @mari_moulin
      @sue_01


      We just need 4 more people. All you need is some sort of step tracker the motivation to GET TO STEPPIN!

      We also have @Andreabroadley and @micki48 - only 2 more to go!
    17. mari_moulin
      mari_moulin Posts: 3,717 Member
      jugar wrote: »
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      If anyone would like to join our Step challenge for February, please let us know and we will add you to the spreadsheet. We need 10 people to help us compete against the other teams. so far we have......

      @BMcC9
      @evangsimmons170
      @GettingFitTash
      @jugar
      @mari_moulin
      @sue_01


      We just need 4 more people. All you need is some sort of step tracker the motivation to GET TO STEPPIN!

      We also have @Andreabroadley and @micki48 - only 2 more to go!

      Andrea us unable to do the step challenge. She is currently in the hospital and isn't sure how things will progress. She posted in our January thread.
    18. jugar
      jugar Posts: 9,718 Member
      I just saw the news about Andrea - so we need 3 more. I hope she feels better soon.
    This discussion has been closed.