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I love reading success stories in fitness magazines! I hate all the beauty and fashion ads though. Anyway, I would love to see someone do an entire book or magazine focusing just on success stories because I turn to them often as motivation. With that put, I'd love to get some stories/input/ideas from PT members to keep my motivation going. Thanks!!!

Please list:
Your beginning weight
Current Weight
Weight Goal
Exercise Routine
Normal Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and a favorite healthy snack
Biggest Challenge
Ultimate Goal


Mon. Mar 13, 4:48pm

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Start: 195
Now: 189.50 (the half is very important...he he)
Goal: 145
Exercise: 5 days/wk (3+ cardio, 2 strength training)
Meals: (egg/veggies for breakfast, soup or chicken for lunch, sensible dinner)
Challenge: Weekends
Ultimate Goal: be able to show off my abs without embarassment


Monday, March 13, 2006, 4:51 PM

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Start: 150
Currentt: 115
Goal: maintain 115
Exercise: 3x/week weights, 3x/week running, walking every day, horseback riding
Meals: Oatmeal or frozen waffles, soup and salad, veggie stir fry with tofu, Luna bars
Challenge: unplanned events, especially with lots of snack foods
Ultimate Goal: Be happy with myself, my weight and food

Monday, March 13, 2006, 5:30 PM

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Beginning weight: 176.6
Current Weight:163.0
Weight Goal: 140-145 (never been that thin, don't know how I'll look)
Exercise Routine: lots of walking, treadmill or bike, lots of stairs

Normal Breakfast: Fiber 1 w/ banana and skim milk

Lunch: Turkey on light wheat w/ lettuce and mustard, baby carrots, piece of fruit

Dinner: lean cusine, healthy choice, or cooking with incorporation of balanced protein, veggies, carbs and fat.

Favorite healthy snack: light popcorn, Skinny Cow ice cream products, all types of fruit

Biggest Challenge: regular exercise

Ultimate Goal: total cholesterol under 200, ability to jog an entire 5k, consistent size 10 or smaller

Monday, March 13, 2006, 5:54 PM

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beginning weight: 215
current weight: 190
goal: 175
breakfast, eggs, toast, veggie sausage
lunch, usually ham, turkey or chicken wrap (ww tortilla) carrots, fruit
dinner, something sensible chicken or fish, veggies
favorite snack, power bars, skinnycow icecream sandwiches, Fage yogurt
biggest challenge: avoiding the chocolate that is currently in the house.evening snacking, week ends
ultimate goal: maintain 175, 34 waist or less, healthy and fit for life!

Tuesday, March 14, 2006, 6:29 AM

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Start: 216.8
Current: 186.4 (9 weeks)
Goal: 145
Age: 23
Exercise: Walk my dog, jog (briefly), walk the stairs in my building, DVDs (Leslie Sansone, Kathy Smith), dance around my room :-)
Meals: I try to eat frequent, small meals (about 200 calories every 2-3 hours). Some favorites: peanut butter on whole wheat bread, kashi granola bars, fruit, veggies, laughing cow light cheese, fage total yogurt w/ a little honey and frozen fruit or with herbs and lemon as a veggie dip, hummus, any Quorn product, soup!
Biggest Challenge: PORTION CONTROL PORTION CONTROL PORTION CONTROL
Ultimate Goal: Be healthy (not at risk for heart disease, diabetes, stroke, etc)

Tuesday, March 14, 2006, 8:43 AM

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