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Share your story with MyFitnessPal! What are your New Year’s resolutions?

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  • daveredvettedaveredvette Member Posts: 83 Member Member Posts: 83 Member
    1. Become more flexible, stretch daily
    2. Shot under PAR, 72, in golf
    3. lose 10 lbs
    4. lift more
  • Ahatmaker74Ahatmaker74 Member, Premium Posts: 4 Member Member, Premium Posts: 4 Member
    I'm so sorry for your losses @Ahatmaker74 , you've been through a horrendous year :(
    I love your No new year's resolutions, hope this year will be better for you.

    Thank you so much. It was one of the worst years ever
  • lauraclay6201lauraclay6201 Member Posts: 1 Member Member Posts: 1 Member
    I've made a 21 day challenge health group with some of my Facebook friends. Each month this year, we'll pick a different healthy habit to build together. January- we are tracking water consumption with a goal of 64+ per day (some of us picked a gallon). Not sure what February will be, but I'm thinking most likely 5 a day fruits and veggies. The intention is that we will keep each good habit and just build onto it... so by this time next year, we'll be healthier in 12 different ways!
    edited January 8
  • pigmetalpigmetal Member Posts: 8 Member Member Posts: 8 Member
    I like many others gained weight in 2020 with my job moving online for most of the year! I'm the heaviest ever and hate it.
    1. Participate in some form of exercise a minimum of 4 days a week while resistance training at least twice a week- leg day and arm day. It's important bc before I become ingrown into my couch, I used to workout 6x a week. I've always favored HIIT and cardio so I know I need more resistance training.
    2. Reach my goal weight of 135 by July 4 so I can celebrate Independence Day FREE of all this fat😆
    edited January 8
  • amberzahra6amberzahra6 Member, Premium Posts: 3 Member Member, Premium Posts: 3 Member
    My goals for the year are:
    1. To finish my master's degree.
    2. To drop 10 kilos I have gained in past 2 years due to bad habits.
    3. To track down my bad habits through MFP records and get rid of them.
    4. To keep my husband on the healthy track too with me.
    5. To make 2021 best year of my life.
    6. To fight the anxiety through healthy habits and by taking it easy on myself.
    7. To avoid stressful parenting court case and focus on watching children grow.
  • jazzi49jazzi49 Member Posts: 4 Member Member Posts: 4 Member
    Happy New Year all. I am fairly new. A year ago I had a brain injury and that cost me many things including my health. I was a runner and going to the gym 5-6 days. Short story, since injury I have gained 23 pounds sadly and still I am dealing with rehab. I started to workout at home 5-6 days intense and some days walk.
    Based on level of my activity I need to consume 1200-1500. My app connected to my Garmin watch.

    When I exercise this is for example shows: 1200 (goal)-947(food)+141(exercise)=394(remaining)

    Question: Do I have still eat the 394 remaining calories in order to reach my goal?

    Second question: Does it matter how much carbs involved in my healthy diet or only calorie count matter in order to lose weight?

    I worried if I eat too much carbs even I stay in my calories goal (1200-1500) and not lose weight. Should I cut it and eat more protein, veggies, and fruits. I do eat good carbs tho :)

    I have tired a couple of things but not working and really struggling. I really appreciate if anyone can really help me. Thank you and wishing everyone around the world the best 2021 and peace
  • ben_100ben_100 Member Posts: 15 Member Member Posts: 15 Member
    kelowna bc
    reversing type 2 diabetes diagnosis of Jan 2021
  • mp2993mp2993 Member Posts: 1 Member Member Posts: 1 Member
    Hey guys for me New Year's resolution would be to get to my desired weight and gain muscle use to be an athlete would leave to get back into shape and hopefully make some money along the way. Just started doing some affiliate links and decided to promote something that can be helpful to those who would like to not only live a healthier lifestyle but get to the desired shape they want to be in.
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  • shashikalabandarashashikalabandara Member Posts: 1 Member Member Posts: 1 Member
    Hi all! I am new here. Have a few New year resolutions..
    - Reach my ideal weight - 105 lb ( currently at 120 lb)
    - Start working out everyday (for some reason I find excuses not to do that)
    - Stop binge eating & reduce my sugar intake
  • anongirl27anongirl27 Member Posts: 2 Member Member Posts: 2 Member
    Hey guys, i am relatively new on myfitnesspal. I am a 21 year old girl, all my life i have been the bigger girl in the group, the one with no boyfriend, the one guys would approach to help them out to get close to my friends that are prettier and of course skinny. It was never really an issue for me growing up, of course i always got bullied wether it being through school people would always call me 'fat','ugly','over weight' and the list of nasty names go on and on. I dealt with it as if it wasn't an issue as i have always had a supportive friend group and family that would always say yeah you maybe on the bigger side but you've got a good heart which is what kinda got me through the bullying, but on top of all that i have always considered myself to be someone that is very confident despite my weight. It was only last year since i started getting older, i realised i never had a boyfriend before and trends on the internet kept on advertising skinny girls in bikinis or fit girls working out at the gym and thats what guys would consider 'hot' or 'attractive'. Don't get me wrong, in this day and age people are more accepting to the fact that big girls are actually pretty too and there is this whole body positivity movement going around which si great. But, it was only when my friend had signed up for an online dating app and she encouraged me to do the same and i realised that i got no likes where she on the other hand was planning multiple dates. So as per usual, i would hang out with her and her date and would be known as the DUFF (designated ugly fat friend) and i came to a realisation that change needed to be made. I started my weightloss journey in the beginning of 2020, lucky for me i had a cousin that was already living a vegan lifestyle for 5 years and she is also one of the main reasons as to why i decided to make the switch, i am now a full vegan and its been a year and in total i have lost 35kg. I am still far from my goal but, i am persistent on making it happen. My dream goal is to be 70kg by my birthday which is in June. I am currently at 100kg and hopefully with 2021 i can reach my goal that is long overdue.
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