I started two weeks ago. And I am more determined this time then ever before. I also need to lose 35lbs, I think. I wont get on a scale. I noticed when I went to WW and they made me weigh in if I hadnt lost the amount I wanted I felt terrible and would give up. This time in two weeks time I can do things. I havent lost alot. But my clothes dont hurt. I get up an hour before I am supposed to and to a workout tape. No one else is up if I look stupid who cares! Then when I get home from work I walk on treadmill and do some jump rope. Its funny how much better I feel in just two weeks. My knees are ruined. But since I have been exercising I noticed that they dont hurt so bad. The first day when I tried to ge on th floor I felt like a sloth, I was breathing heavy and I could feel my self just being lazy. I made myself do this. I have not had bread or meat in these two weeks. I have not had heartburn. I do not go to the bathroom all the time. In just two weeks. So another two weeks I should feel like a queen. My goal is by Easter.View Thread
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