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Group Name: Professionals/Daily Commitment
Members: 4
Location: , CA 95119



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Profile: DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT JOINING THIS GROUP UNLESS YOU LOG AND/OR COMMENT AT LEAST EVERY OTHER DAY! This is for busy professionals who need a place to log and comment daily. We all know how busy our work commitments can be, right? But let's put our helath first and focus here as well as we focus at work.

Last posted: Thursday, October 23, 2014, 12:29 AM

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Members profiles:
45 year old married gym-rat father of 2 in Seattle. I've been trying to log points like a weight watcher from time to time on paper to follow my wife's success with the weight watchers program. However, I only end up logging a few days on paper then quit. With PT, I find myself logging consistently but not improving my diet.


I am a professional living in Greater Vancouver, BC. I am 5' 0" (152 cm) and small framed, so my RMR is very low and I burn far fewer calories in exercise. I might mention here that the bit of brain which controls appetite strongly believes that I am a 6'8" lumberjack. Other important tidbits about me: - I stay in groups in which we mutually support each other. - I am a skeptic, which means I am completely open to new ideas and suggestions with evidence (see below "what I need help with" section).


Im 30 years old and trying to get back in shape. I lost 40 lbs with peer trainer about 2 1/2 years ago and I gained a little over half of it back. I want to lose it again and maintain this time!


You can read my log: http://www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/start-now-sa.asp I = icandoit276. But I summarize my totals here anyway. 50+ year old married male profesional with 2 kids on the LEFT Coast of USA What works for me: 1. Daily logging of cals and exc 2. Low fat meals 3. Commenting on PEERTrainer 4. Planning the food I eat 5. Beck-style awareness 6. Hypertrophy of my resistance muscle 7. Keeping goals in mind: health, longevity, good looks and good shape, staying around for wife and kids, avoiding stroke, heart attack, cancer




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