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29 October 2008 @ 03:28 pm
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18 November 2007 @ 10:02 pm
Hello all.
I have a proposition for everyone that benefits all of us, as well as those battling depression and suicidal tendencies.
If you have a facebook, you might have seen the 4guys 1 mission group about suicide prevention and how they're biking from Waco Texas to anchorage Alaska. well suicide is a topic thats close to my heart, and i wanted to support and make they're dream bigger.
so I was thinking.. why not make it something everyone can do? What if.. we did a bike trip from San Antonio to Austin. it'd take us two to four days or so, and we could do it during spring break or the first week of summer or something like that, that gives us enough time to get in shape. It won't be a race or anything, so there's no need to train for speed, just endurance. We'd stop for food, and sleep. I'm planning on getting cars to follow us in front and behind for safety and for supply holding (food, drink, sleeping, bike pumps, clothes, ect.)

It sounds irrational and crazy and it seems like it doesn't connect to the topic "suicide prevention", but click the cut to see how the boys from waco see it.
i was thinking about it at an ACTS meeting, and its something i have to do. i need something to work for, and i need something to be alive for, not in terms of physically but emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. I've been so bored and unhappy, becuase i havent had anything to work on. this gives me a purpose. I'm excited.

is anyone interested? either in biking with me or supporting?

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03 March 2007 @ 02:53 pm
hello all! It's been a while since anyone has posted in this, and I think we need to. Spring break and summer are slowly creeping their way towards us all, and what better motivation to get back in shape from the holidays than the thought of looking at ourselves in a swimsuit in a mirror and hoping the dressing room is the only place we'll have to wear it.

I need help more than ever. encouragement, really.
I run cross country in the fall, doing 2 mile races every saturday morning, and during the winter (october through febuary) I'm on a talented soccer team. But.. soccer is over, xc is a ways away, and I'm not doing anything right now.

I also have aquired a boyfriend recently and though he "likes me for who I am" and all that bull, I want to look good for him. But more importantly, I want to look good and feel good for me.
What's better than walking around and feeling confident and sexy? Plus the possibility of my grandmothers diabetes catching up with me and the need to keep my heart in shape due to some medical problem the doctors cant figure out, it's even more reason to work out.

I live in the San Antonio area and have limited money resources (so no joining spectrum or lifetime) and time resources. I want to get back in shape and feel good.

Anyone with me? Anyone have any good suggestions?
24 December 2006 @ 10:45 am
Name: Jessica
Location: Michigan
A little bit about yourself: I am a nurse, and am getting married in May. I should have gotten motivated to lose all this weight earlier, but I just started in late Nov. I am doing well, but I do need motivation from time to time.
Starting weight: I would rather not say....... so ***
Current weight: Down 22 pounds
Short term goal: down 37 by 3-3-07 (6 year anniversary), down 62 by 5-12-07 (our wedding)
Long term goal: at most 82 pounds total. Depends what I look like/how i feel.
What brings you here:
- Weight loss tips
- Seeking motivation
- Desire to share success stories
- Wanting to get into a workout routine
- Major weight loss
- Desire to tone body

If you are trying to lose weight, how are you going about it/how do you plan to go about it?
♥ I joined LA Weight loss, and lost 22 pounds in 5 weeks
♥ I go to the gym 5 times a week and walk/try to run 2 miles
♥ Drink 10+ glasses of water a day, and ONLY drink water.
♥ I eat more veggies and fruits than bread.
♥ I eat 2 egg whites for breakfast every morning.
06 July 2006 @ 10:30 pm
Hey guys, its grace. Haven't seen a post lately, thought I'd start up again.
Anyway, wanted to let you all know that tonight I started doing my ab workouts again.
The one that along wiht eating better helped me to lose 7 pounds in two weeks.
Anyway, I did it tonight. And last week I went for a run with a partner. I've also contacted alot of my cross-country team girls and a few others, I'm trying to get people to run with me. Because lets face it, running with friends is not only more fun, but it helps push yourself too. And it works out your respiratory system seeing as how your running and talking at the same time.
Anyway, for those of you in the northern San Antonio area, if you'd like to run with me, let me know!
and regardless, if you guys could stop by my personal lj or something and just drop me a line every now and then reminding me to keep working out it would help loads.
My AIM sn is the same as my lj.
I love new friends and more importantly people who tell me to start working out.

And you people start too. Comeon now.. Let's really get down to buisness.
After my doctors appointment today at the gastrologist reminding me that I'm predisposed to diabetes and heart disease, and also alerting me that my scale at home is not accurate, I needed to get started.
I mean xc practice starts in a month. I'll be seeing my ex. I have to be in good shape to make him nostalgic an all.

Lets go guys. Get started.
Go do some crunches or something.
21 June 2006 @ 03:03 pm
so good news or bad news first?
good news?
I've lost 7 pounds in 5 days!
with minimal effort too!
bad news?
I've been sick with tonsilitus for 5 days.
causing my throat to be swollen and too painful to swallow anything thicker than soup.

my weight is at 120.
my eating habits.. are not good.
If I told you them, you'd think I was anorexic.
which I'm the furthest thing from. Hell, I'm italian.

so heres my plan, since I like to think I know how bodies work and all.
I'm starting to get better, so I'll start off eating small amounts of healthy food. Not too much, not too often.
because at this point my body will absorb anything I eat and make it into fact because it doesnt know when I'll eat again or how much.
so whatever I do eat has to be healthy.
however. I want to maintain this weight, and add muscle definition.
so I'm planning on working out my abs and running (once fully over my ailment of course).

any insight as to -what- particular foods to go for that will give me alot of nutrition in small doses?
has anyone been in this particular situation?

and I dont know how anorexic people do it. I'm crrazzy lightheaded and last night I had blurred vision. The hunger is bareable when I think of the other option which is painfully swollow food. but still.. Those guys gotta be acting tipsy all the time.
03 June 2006 @ 12:01 am
So summer is here. In fact, its the 3rd of June. The challenge I started ended three days ago.
How did everyone do?
I.. myself didn't do too hot.
From the starting weight of 127, I flunctuated from that weight, to 123 and back and then to 121 and back.
My current weight is 123.
Four mesely pounds.
I could care less about the numbers, its the appearance that matters.
My stomach more importantly, and inner thighs.
And.. they arent all that great.
I mean they're not bad, oh not at all.
But I have to be in shape for cross country season, and I have to look it too.
So yeah...
But, I have more motivation this time.

Anyway, How did everyone else who tried to do the challenge do?
I've decided that I'm fed up with myself. I'm fed up with my lazy attitude and my lack of self-control when it comes to eating. I fell off the wagon back in February but I'm getting back on. My mom also wants to lose weight so we're going to do this together. She was thinking of going back to Weight Watchers and I was going to join her, but then she realized that she's still got all the books and information so instead of spending money to join, we're going to follow the point system in the book. I'm also going to start exercising. See, I have this free membership at the gym at work (and it's a really nice fitness club). But I get off work at 5, and my dad picks me up right away. It's too far for me to go all the way back up to work after dinner so I just don't. Well, the weather is getting nicer. I've decided that after dinner, I'll take the bus to my mom's work and use her fitness centre there. It's not as cheap as being free, but it's not expensive by any means. I'm going to start exercising and maybe even lifting weights. My fiance said that he's going to fix my old bike, and I think we still have my brother's old bike which he may be able to take for the summer. Once he does that, I'll be able to ride my bike, and he said that when he comes to visit, we can go for bike rides all the time. I am motivated and determined to do this. My mom even said to me, "Colleen, you're not fat. But if you keep going the way you are, you will be by the time you're my age."

I haven't had any pop all week (my big major addiction).
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