cpnknight wrote: »
Is this a ladies only club?
If not then I wouldn't mind joining your merry band...
The name is Tone.
56 years old.
6' 4" tall and not far off that around...lol.
337.4 pounds when i weighed myself on Sunday morning.
My goal weight is a very long way off at 196 pounds!
I have been logging for 3 weeks now and have shed 16 pounds so far.
I weigh myself each Sunday morning and take measurements on the first Sunday of the month.
dustyspal wrote: »
Trying to keep this up. I'm a morning person, which is great that I can beat the heat. I walk a mile then jog 2 miles. That must be a sight! Then I walk the dogs a mile. Soon I will resume hiking. I love hiking, but there have been too many rattlesnakes in the mountains this year. I don't do snakes.
Any other hikers here?
crosbylee wrote: »
Hi, this sounds like my kind of crew here. I just turned 50 this year. I have been off and on MFP for a long time now. I am trying to recommit as my health is starting to show cracks. My fasting glucose in the morning is elevated,as my BP is also. I haven't had my doctor offically diagnose me with diabetes yet or prescribe BP meds, but want to avoid that as much as possible. I am a shorty, only 5'4" and currently am at 213. I get going well, then life happens and it goes to pot. This needs to change for me. I have a daughter turning ten tomorrow and I want to be around for her. I am working toward getting my logging to be consistent. That requires me to participate. I hope to develop the life long habits I need to beat this and get myself down to 145-150.
sherim1963 wrote: »
Hi grandrory, welcome. JoDavo66, sorry I almost missed your post. Hi and welcome to you also. Tone, I don't see why not, but I didn't start this group. I dont have your answer.
Jill, thanks for the lead on Leslie Sansone. It's been raining here all day. I'll have to check her out on YouTube.
Does anyone know of an affordable, but well built and reliable pedometer. I'm not sure my Galaxy watch is picking up all of my steps. My hands do not hang down at my sides.
I walk with a walker. I have for several years. I had a severe automobile accident that injured my back and I also have degenerative disc disease. I want to make sure that now that I am starting to walk I can truly keep track of my steps.
Thanks for any help. 🌻
eapar507 wrote: »
Ladies and gentlemen, I think I have finally perfected my evening protein shake!!
1- 11 oz vanilla Premier Protein shake
1 scoop- Chike Mocha Coffee Protein
8 oz- unsweetned vanilla almond milk
72g fresh strawberries
3 big ice cubes
Throw it all in the Ninja and blend for 25-30 seconds and wow delicious. It packs 42g of protein, 280 calories.
I need to Thank Jill for suggesting the Premier brand protein shakes! They are the best I have tried thus far.
pandygirl1 wrote: »
I have been dealing with my weight since childhood. I have managed to lose a good amount of weight over a few years. The problem is that I would become unmotivated and would stall in my weight-loss journey. This has happened a few times, but never resulted in any major regaining of weight I had lost already.
Back in March was the start of my last stall, which lasted around 4 month. Just started back today, on MFP and my weight-loss journey.
Been dealing with a lot of health problems, including type 2 diabetes, Thyroid issue, degenerative disc disease, and recently diagnosed with having a heart attack and I have sleep apnea. ( Yes, I know. It's a lot, but it's not all I'm dealing in regards to my health)
All this has made me more determine to improve my lifestyle, with eating healthier and getting physically fit (as best I can)
Height: 6'0 ft
Age: 57 yrs old
Heaviest weight: 400 lbs
Current: weight: 290
Ultimate goal: between 180 & 200
( Depends on how I feel and how my health is doing)
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