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Team Name: BOISE ID Weight Loss And Fitness Support
Members: 48
Location: BOISE, ID 83706



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Last posted: Thursday, March 14, 2013, 10:37 AM

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In one year I have gained 21 lbs. My goal is to get down to 103, but it will take one step at a time.





I am a 44 year old mother/teacher. I have decided that 2009 is the year I will reclaim my life and make time to take care of myself by losing weight and becoming more fit.





I'm 37, mom to four beautiful children ages 8, 6, 5, & 3, married to the best man I've ever known 10 yrs. so far, work p/t as a grocery cashier, and I've been overweight for more than 20 yrs. I lost 31 lbs. in 2008 through the K-Mart NDYW program. I'm currently (Mar. 09) at 35 lbs. lost.








i am 178 pounds and im 13





I am a proud husband to a beautiful wife and father of 3 boys which means everthing to me. I am a very busy guy working hard. But let things go and did not care what I put into my body and got the couch potato disease.


I am 48, have been married for 25 years, with a son 22, who just graduated from college and moved home and a daughter who is 17 in high school. I eat healthy, but love my wine. I think that is the reason this weight stays with me. I also work at a desk job, full time. I get bored and eat. That is also a problem.


I'm a 28 year old Canadian, living in the US with my American husband and my crazy dog.





I am a 35 year old stay at home mom of 4 wonderful, very active children. I have 3 handsome sons that are 10, 8, and 5. And 1 beautiful sweet daughter that is 17 months old. I have issues with food and have probably ever since I was a kid. I have struggled with keeping a normal healthy weight all my adult life. I lost about 35 pounds several years ago and kept it off for quite along time only to gain it back about 3.5 years ago. I wasn't thin before I gained it but much healthier than I am now. I let my weight hold me back from things like enjoying a day at the river with my family. Just don't feel like putting on a tank top and short, shorts. Tired of spending my time thinking about food, my weight and how and when am I ever going to lose it. Other than that, I have a great life with a wonderful family and friends. I just want to live life to the fullest and never to be a diabetic or die of cancer. I feel this is where I am headed if I don't start taking care of myself.


34 year old mother of four kids between 1 and 13 years. I stay at home and will be returning to work full time in another year and there are fitness requirements at work that I don't want to have to stress over. I need daily motivation because I'm just TIRED a lot! :)


I am a certified health coach, computer professional, blogger, and hypnotherapist. I have been happily married for 34 years. I love working with people and teaching them to live life to the fullest.


I've been fat all of my life and everytime I think I can change that... I don't. I think...I'll just start tomorrow. There's been thousands of tomorrows.




















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single mom of one.. i weigh more now than the day before i gave birth to my son! I have recently quit smoking and I need to level out my food intake and exercise as well.





I'm almost 40 and I want to maintain my health/beauty as long as possible. My mom died last year and I want to spend the majority of my life looking and feeling my best. Life is too short. On the flip side, I want to make sure to not make this about some weight "obsession" but rather living life to the fullest and meeting my goals.








53 year old male. I divorced more than five years ago, and I packed on the pounds. I have lost nearly 30, but have more to go.





I have struggled with my weight all my life. I have always been 15-30 pounds overweight. Now at age 62 I am finding the scale creeping up and the weight going right to my middle. I look like a barrel with legs. I would be happy at 155-160 and feel I could maintain that.





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I gave birth to a very healthy 7 lb 10 oz baby boy on January 2, 2012. He is the light of my life right now and keeps me very much on my toes.


My name is Stacie and I am a Personal Trainer, I love being a trainer because I get to watch people make huge changes in their lives and grow emotionally and physically strong. This in itself is a huge blessing.


















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