Measurements 12-12-09…

I hope you will share!

Since my last post about being sick I have been up and moving the last few days. I have started taking the dog for a 30 min again every night and have done some toning exercises. I have not done anymore cardio then walking the dog as I was waiting to feel 100%. Really it is the weight tension on the muscles that burns the best fat and cardio is good but I strongly feel that if you are going to have to leave something else, keep the weight resistance in the work-out. Here are my measurements today.

Bust: 44 (no loss, thank goodness, this is usually the first to go!)
Waist: 46 (lost 2 inches s far yay!)
Hips: 49
Thigh (one): 27 ¾ (1/4 inch loss)
Upper arm: 13

Slowly but surely is the key. I have noticed that I am eating a lot less and craving less “bad” food. This is my biggest goal. I need a lifetime behavior change and if I can keep this up than I am heading down the right road.

Yay me!!

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3 Responses to Measurements 12-12-09…

  1. Mrs. Organic says:

    Congrats on your inch loss, it feels great doesn't it?

  2. Aunt Margery says:

    Hi Tawna: I can relate to feeling hungry, or craving something all the time. This has been my greatest challenge. I have not eaten any sugar or flour since early November and this past week I have found I am eating smaller amounts and not craving a piece of bread, or a cracker, or popcorn, or cookies. My greatest strength has become a weakness; I can cook quite well and I love to experiment. Recently I made 36 dozen cookies for a charity and did not eat a single one (not even the cookie dough). This was possible because my system no longer craves sugar. I have lost 10 lbs and started exercising again. I am with you. Thanks for being there
    Margery

  3. Aunt Margery says:

    Hi Tawna: I can relate to feeling hungry, or craving something all the time. This has been my greatest challenge. I have not eaten any sugar or flour since early November and this past week I have found I am eating smaller amounts and not craving a piece of bread, or a cracker, or popcorn, or cookies. My greatest strength has become a weakness; I can cook quite well and I love to experiment. Recently I made 36 dozen cookies for a charity and did not eat a single one (not even the cookie dough). This was possible because my system no longer craves sugar. I have lost 10 lbs and started exercising again. I am with you. Thanks for being there
    Margery

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