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Old 03-26-2011, 08:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
Bubbs21
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Wow congrats on the half marathon 2 years ago. You clearly have the capability to achieve. Set your goals (modestly) and get someone you trust to help you build a workout plan.

I am not sure what your fitness level is....however, generally start slow and pace yourself. If you start with a walk, it will become a power walk, which will become a jog or run later.

How do you like to workout? At home? A gym?

I find variety is best. But we are all different.

Don't be hard on yourself....take it one day and one step at a time.
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Jacqueline
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Weight Sept 1/2014 284 lbs.
Weight Sept 21/ 2014 273 lbs.

Weight Goal = 250 pounds December 20, 2014
Ultimate weight goal = 155 pounds December 1, 2015

Weight Jan 1, 2011 = 288 pounds (size 24)
Weight April 1, 2011 = 244 pounds
Weight July 1, 2011 = 220 pounds
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