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Team Name: Think Thin Hypnosis Program!
Members: 36
Location: 10023



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Last posted: Sunday, June 30, 2013, 3:05 PM

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I am 55 years old and have been a health care professional for 34 years. Had a hysterectomy in 2005 and my weight has been out of control since then. My husband and I have 2 grown sons and those guys love to cook! In the past year and 1/2 I have lost 52 pounds using the peer trainer Point of No Return Program, but this winter did me in and I have gained back 20 pounds. It seems that if I eat more than 1200 calories a day I gain weight, and that is not easy to maintain. Time to get back to my regimen and I am hoping to get my motivation back.


I am a 53 year old wife married 32 years, mother, grandmother, Registered Nurse who has been on almost every diet imaginable. I am great at losing weight but even greater at gaining it. I truly have not been successful in losing weight in 7 years. I just have had no motivation. This needs to stop. My knees bother me, my back hurts, and I have this belly I never had before. I need to reclaim my body.


I am 56 years young I have been trying to loose 10 lbs for over a year. I have to be on a gluten free diet and because of that it has been very difficult to loose weight. I also have an in curable sweet tooth and I have NO will power when it comes to chips and crackers that I can eat.














I'm a 46-year old single administrative professional living and working in Manhattan. I've found that clean eating and getting enough sleep and exercise really goes a long way toward reducing my cholesterol, migraines, and stress. I find it fairly easy to stay motivated with regard to food - I have the occasional 'bad' food, but mostly I don't. When I overeat, I tend to overeat the 'good food'. I'm a stress eater. I work way too many hours, so am often too tired to work out, and I'm trying to train myself into the habit of working out first thing in the morning. so that I'm not having to have a battle with myself after work.


I am 43 and have a 8 year old and a 5 year old. I finally lost the weight I have been wanting to lose!


Recovering endurance athlete looking for a different way to feel healthy and present in my body.











I'm 62 years old, have 1 son who is a chef (he doesn't cook for me -- I still cook for him) and a boyfriend who likes to eat out a lot. I am looking forward to the cleanse these next two weeks. I like the structure and the discipline involved in the program.


I am just turned 50 and am feeling old. I know that I have a long life ahead of me and I want to make the most out of it. I want to be more active and be able to enjoy my hobbies like gardening instead of feeling that it is a task that has to be done. I


I am a 58 year old married mother of two fabulous young men and grandmother of a gorgeous two year old. I'm a grad student in counseling and a retired MD. I have many medical issues, joint and muscle pain the most pressing at present...hope the elimination diet helps.








I'm 50 years old and tired of being overweight! Last year I lost around 40 lbs., but gained about 10 back during the Christmas holidays. I started a fitness program with a personal trainer in January and gained another 10 lbs... I have been maintaining for the past month and feel that even though I have to really push myself to workout (I don't get those promised endorphins!!) I am in a really good routine and can now focus on the food side of things. I am currently following the PT Cheat System and have joined the Point of No Return Program..... and with the help of everyone here at PEERtrainer I aim to reach my goal and stay there!!





53 years old, female, married


5'6" Trying to do paleo, but give in too frequently. Frequent CrossFitter and former runner getting ready to start back up.











Milestone birthday next year. Want to enter next decade excited without the extra pounds. Passion is downhill skiing. No exercise last 5 months due to injury, so more weight gain.





















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