After a couple of years of injuries I am finally completely healed and have decided to try and give dancing another shot. I started dancing (contemporary and jazz) when I was three and had to give it up when I was 20. I am going to take this year see what I can do and IF i feel good enough try out for some companies next year so I can dance while I get a master's degree. IN order to do this I want to lose about 15 pounds. I am 127 pound now and 5'1'' so that will put me at about 112 my mom is concerned that I will be to thin I have a 26 inch waist and 31 inch hips right now. My question is does 15 pounds seem like to much?View Thread
So trying to stay on track and do like I said I would. This first week has been good and bad. The beginning of the week was pretty bad I was getting over a pretty bad case of Laryngitis and so I did not even try to change any of my habits until I felt better. That was around Sunday. So Sunday on has actually been really good eating wise.
On Sunday I sat down and wrote out a meal plan for myself for this week. I was asked last week about about my triggers I took time and carefully considered this question and tried to consider this when also writing my meal plan..well I haven't been following it to the T. I have done very well.
Finals and deals lines are looming over my head right now and the next three weeks are going to be very busy for me.View Thread
I have some what (maybe mostly) have identified them. I know I bing when I want to procrastinate, I am stressed, angry, frustrated. Pretty much negative emotions (sometimes when I am bored also). I have associated a lot of emotions with eating for so long, it is easy to fall back into that habit and then stop it again. It becomes a whole cycle of frustration and binging.View Thread
Hi, I am 24 year old female, toxicology master's student who is trying to make her way in to Physician Assistant school. On my way there I am trying to become a more healthy individual. My side job while being a student is coaching gymnastics (I am an ex- gymnast and figure skater).
I am small framed and my height is 5'1''. Last semester I was able to drop from 148 lbs to 130-132 lbs. I am a sort of healthy individual but I still have about 15 pounds to lose. I actually do not think this will be to difficult if I could get my eating under control, because I tend to go through periods of binging. Last semester I was so excited because I thought I had gotten a hold of my binging and my weight drop was a result of that. However this semester I my binging has started to emerged again, not as bad as before but still present.
My exercising is at a good and healthy level, last Sunday I ran/ walked my first half marathon, in 2 hours and 27 minutes. My goal is to run without stopping another one in September. I think because I am exercising quit a bit, I am forgetting that exercise does not equal eat anything and everything I want.
I hope to reach my goal before the start of fall semester in August. I will write in every Saturday about my progress. However, if I think I need to I will start to do a daily write in. Currently I am really busy and do not know if I have time for that.View Thread