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#411 Sapphire723

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    Posted 09 March 2009 - 07:36 PM

    Lisa - honestly, I think John has been my biggest motivator. He's been very supportive of me by cooking me healthy meals on occasion and encouraging me to stay on track or go to the gym when I need an extra boost of motivation. He also gave up drinking Coke when I did, because "if you don't need to drink it, I don't either."

    Hehe... I just got up and he ordered me to get back on the couch and rest my ankle. He told me that he'd get me anything I needed. I told him that I don't think he can go to the bathroom for me!

    But yeah, even though he loves me no matter what weight I am, he's still super supportive of my goals and that makes me want to do well. :-)

    #412 deefalvey

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      Posted 09 March 2009 - 07:38 PM

      Lisa - I cant help it either...I get on the scale every day too! Sometimes I get on the scale at night before I go to bed so I can guestimate how good or bad its going to be in the morning. I've gotten pretty obsessed. I bought a bathing suit over the weekend. I was in-between sizes, so I bought the smaller size. I plan on taking my picture in the bathing suit as my inspiration pic for the next few weeks.

      Leanne - sorry to hear about your ankle. I had a similar experience, I did something to my knee about a month ago. Running was a huge part of my routine and everytime I would go run my knee would double in size. The first week, week and a half it didn't hurt AT ALL, it would just swell, so I would RICE it and the swelling would go away. After a week and a half it really started to bother me. I finally ran again about a week and a half ago and it swole up. I need to have it checked. I have just been doing the 30 day shred and modifying some of the moves and the knee has been OK. Hopefully your Dr appt goes well tomorrow!
      Bill and DeannaJuly 24, 2009

      #413 deefalvey

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        Posted 09 March 2009 - 07:38 PM

        Lisa - I cant help it either...I get on the scale every day too! Sometimes I get on the scale at night before I go to bed so I can guestimate how good or bad its going to be in the morning. I've gotten pretty obsessed. I bought a bathing suit over the weekend. I was in-between sizes, so I bought the smaller size. I plan on taking my picture in the bathing suit as my inspiration pic for the next few weeks.

        Leanne - sorry to hear about your ankle. I had a similar experience, I did something to my knee about a month ago. Running was a huge part of my routine and everytime I would go run my knee would double in size. The first week, week and a half it didn't hurt AT ALL, it would just swell, so I would RICE it and the swelling would go away. After a week and a half it really started to bother me. I finally ran again about a week and a half ago and it swole up. I need to have it checked. I have just been doing the 30 day shred and modifying some of the moves and the knee has been OK. Hopefully your Dr appt goes well tomorrow!
        Bill and DeannaJuly 24, 2009

        #414 cougs

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          Posted 09 March 2009 - 07:45 PM

          LeAnne, that's great that he's so supportive (and cute that he won't let you get up, too). Tom does 90% of our cooking, so I just have to make sure the right kinds of foods are in the house, and keep on him to be sure he's using non-stick spray instead of gobs of butter ... that sort of thing. However, even though he SAID he would diet with me, that lasted about a week and a half (during which he lost 6.5 lbs by doing NOTHING, lol).

          Oh! And the other night I was especially snack-happy, and saw him up making a nice, fattening burrito for himself ... I went into the kitchen and he was like, "maybe you should have some fruit." For some reason, it just made me SO MAD (even though he was *trying* to help). I mean, the nerve! Maybe his fat *ss should have some fruit too, instead of a burrito! LOL ... i stormed out of the kitchen like a child, without eating anything else, so i guess he helped in the long run, LOL!

          #415 Sapphire723

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            Posted 09 March 2009 - 08:14 PM

            Haha, Lisa. I totally understand what you mean. It feels slightly insulting when someone suggests that you have a healthier snack or go to the gym, because it feels like that person is calling you fat instead of helping you stay on track. I've had a couple of occasions when I've wanted to tell John to put his healthy snack somewhere very uncomfortable, but it helps that I know that he's not passing judgment and he's just helping me do what I want to do. I know deep down that if I wasn't making a point of losing weight, he wouldn't even think to suggest it.... that helps me not go crazy on him in situations like that!

            #416 KLC77

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              Posted 09 March 2009 - 11:49 PM

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              nobody is very chatty on this thread anymore....I have been SO good, down 2.5lbs and now my period started today and I have the munchies SO BAD!!! All I want to do is EAT!!!! AHHHHH
              I know. This thread has been so slow. We only post on weigh in day. I'm going to try to be better and post more often for the last couple of weeks. The munchies suck! Especially when its that time of the month and all you want to do is snack. I drink a whole glass of water and brush my teeth. I never want to eat after just brushing my teeth, so sometimes that works. I have REALLY clean teeth that week! lol

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              so what is everyone doing to stay motivated? did you slap a "before" pic on the fridge? do you have a goal outfit or a BD shoot coming up? do you have a workout buddy? what have you done to kick it up a notch for the second half?
              For motivation I book trips to warm places. lol I booked a trip to the Bahamas in 10 days. So, I have been eating really well because I gained weight since we first started the contest. Oh, and I invited my super skinny, in great shape friend to come with me. The thought of having to lay next to her in a bathing suit is all the motivation I need! I have to set short term goals to stay motivated. It way easier to think, ok I have a trip in two weeks and have to eat well and workout, than it is to think I have to do it for the rest of my life. Even though I want to do it for the rest of my life, the thought of that is just too much for me. So, after the trip to the Bahamas I think I'm going to look into a 5k in my area in about 2 months. Then I can just think of what I need to do until then.

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              if you have chocolate munchies, try either chocolate whipped cream (you can spray it out and freeze it for a low-cal ice-cream like treat) or a really good quality piece of chocolate. I've found that I appreciate my chocolate more if I substitute a better quality smaller piece instead of lots of cheap chocolate, although AF still makes me want to eat an entire back of Flipz in one sitting.

              Ooh, good tip on the frozen whipped cream! Sounds yummy. And, I could eat every bag of flipz in the gorcery store! They are soooo good.
              ~Kelly

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              #417 KLC77

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                Posted 09 March 2009 - 11:53 PM

                Oh, and when I'm being really good, I track my food and exercise at FitDay - Free Weight Loss and Diet Journal I love the site. Its really easy to use and gives a lot of info.
                ~Kelly

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                #418 Sapphire723

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                  Posted 10 March 2009 - 02:06 AM

                  Kelly, I am with you on SO MANY levels. I think bikini motivation is one of the best motivators. Plus by breaking it up into "I'm going to work really hard for this short period of time" for a few sessions back to back, you've actually been good for much longer without even realizing it. We booked our site visit for April, so I've got a good bikini goal.

                  Umm... Flipz are amazing. When I'm being super moody for no apparent reason, John knows to offer me Flipz. If I can't resist them or try to eat them all in one sitting, then I'm not really mad, I'm just PMSing. They're the perfect blend of salty and chocolatey to satisfy any girly time craving.

                  I like Free Diet Plans at SparkPeople for tracking food and exercise. They also have helpful articles and will give you a free diet plan. My work actually gives me $150 a year to log in with them for 12 weeks or track my exercise for 12 weeks.

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                    Posted 10 March 2009 - 09:08 AM

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                    Oh, and when I'm being really good, I track my food and exercise at FitDay - Free Weight Loss and Diet Journal I love the site. Its really easy to use and gives a lot of info.
                    i used that too when i was really being good ... and actually, i had been being SO good that i often found i wasn't eating *enough* calories! haven't used it in awhile ... maybe i need to get back into it.

                    off to the gym!!!

                    #420 KLC77

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                      Posted 10 March 2009 - 01:36 PM

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                      i used that too when i was really being good ... and actually, i had been being SO good that i often found i wasn't eating *enough* calories! haven't used it in awhile ... maybe i need to get back into it.

                      off to the gym!!!
                      I'm with you. There have been days that I get toward the end of the day and I need to eat like 300 more calories! I have such a hard time eating enough protein. The only meat I eat is chicken (and I don't even really love that). I don't eat red meat, pork or fish. I get in a lot of yogurt and a protein bar, but both of those have a decent amount of carbs too. At the end of the day I'm at like 60% carb, 20% fat and 20% protein.
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