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pureweirdo Posted - 08/07/2007 : 9:19:37 PM
i have such a hard time staying motivated but i really need to loose some weight before it gets really out of control. what is everyones favorite way to stay motivated? i like to put a bad pic of myself up on the fridge lol. any other ideas?

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msylady@yahoo.com Posted - 01/13/2009 : 09:33:13 AM
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[i]Originally posted by citrine[/i]
[br]Hi I am new here as well .I have been going to the gym regularly for a year.signing a 2 year contract was a huge motivator for me along with working with a trainer.I am 53 and it took me about 6 months to lose 40 pounds.With water consumption I place bottled water in all the rooms in my home I frequent most often and take big gulps whenever I am in arms reach also in my car I always have a couple of bottles in there along with a couple of apples.That stops me from hitting the fast food places till i get home and can eat healthy foods. One last tip I hope helps,I have a pair of jeans in the size I hope to fit in when I reach my goal,hanging somewhere that I can see them and when I feel discouraged I try them on.It helps me a lot.Wish you all lots of luck.Hang in there





msylady@yahoo.com Posted - 01/13/2009 : 09:29:32 AM
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[i]Originally posted by citrine[/i]
[br]Hi I am new here as well .I have been going to the gym regularly for a year.signing a 2 year contract was a huge motivator for me along with working with a trainer.I am 53 and it took me about 6 months to lose 40 pounds.With water consumption I place bottled water in all the rooms in my home I frequent most often and take big gulps whenever I am in arms reach also in my car I always have a couple of bottles in there along with a couple of apples.That stops me from hitting the fast food places till i get home and can eat healthy foods. One last tip I hope helps,I have a pair of jeans in the size I hope to fit in when I reach my goal,hanging somewhere that I can see them and when I feel discouraged I try them on.It helps me a lot.Wish you all lots of luck.Hang in there



citrine Posted - 01/19/2008 : 9:18:01 PM
Hi I am new here as well .I have been going to the gym regularly for a year.signing a 2 year contract was a huge motivator for me along with working with a trainer.I am 53 and it took me about 6 months to lose 40 pounds.With water consumption I place bottled water in all the rooms in my home I frequent most often and take big gulps whenever I am in arms reach also in my car I always have a couple of bottles in there along with a couple of apples.That stops me from hitting the fast food places till i get home and can eat healthy foods. One last tip I hope helps,I have a pair of jeans in the size I hope to fit in when I reach my goal,hanging somewhere that I can see them and when I feel discouraged I try them on.It helps me a lot.Wish you all lots of luck.Hang in there

aschaeff24 Posted - 01/18/2008 : 11:50:07 AM
What really helps me to stay motivated is to share my experiences with friends and family. I know it might sound weird, but I have been so excited about trying new recipes from this website and exercising regularly. Once you make the committment to lose weight and push through that first week, your success will help keep you motivated. I've lost 5 pounds in two weeks, and I have told EVERYONE about it. I've been sharing recipes left and right and trying to recruit my co-workers to come to the gym with me. Once you start seeing results, you'll be hooked! Plan your meals, keep a food and exercise journal, and only weigh yourself once a week. Trust me, you will see results, and it's going to feel great!


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