Over a year ago I reached my health goal and am now on a mission to help others reach theirs. I started a FB Group called Isa-Journey where members share their journeys, tips, recipe and resources to help motivate and get you on track to a healthier you. Please join us and lets get you started on your journey!! xo AngelaView Thread
I lost 80 lbs and gained half back .My gym closed and I go to an local Community center ,Less people no one is on the equipment Cheaper, also even if you live in the County not in the City .Your club does are less as a Senior. I just found out if your disabled it is like pocket change.
Te cost is yearly $Seniors $150.00 and Disabled Seniors $80.00 !!!
Also local centers have respite care for the hard to breath senior or with other aliments. Also they have local trips, Sauna, pool , and exercise equipment and weights. I ate peanut butter and fast food on the go .I am going to stop the peanut butter and go to Gym two times a week and do better at the fast food or try to wait till I get home to half the calories!!!View Thread
This is an awesome site that allows you to plug in your weight, height, and body shape, and it pulls up images of members who've submitted their pictures that have the same qualifications as you do. It's great to see how people with the same weight and height are still shaped differently with different proportions. For me, looking at the pics gave me different perspective on my body. I think I look one way, but after comparing to other ladies that have my same weight and height who I didn't think looked all that big, maybe I don't look as big as I originally thought.View Thread
Does fatigue drag you down day after day? Do you have brain fog, weight gain, chills, or hair loss? Your thyroid gland could be to blame. This great regulator of body and mind sometimes goes haywire, particularly in women. Getting the right treatment is critical to feel your best and avoid serious health problems.View Thread
Hello, I'm new to the forum, but I've got 50 pounds to lose, 30 of which I gained in the past year by not exercising enough and adding breakfast to my diet, but not cutting calories the rest of the day. Which is really sad for me because I went to a nutritionist, who told me to start eating breakfast, but I messed it up royally by not doing it correctly I guess. So now I'm here, ready to get this weight off. Can anyone help me by telling me how this forum works and what's helped lead you to success? Thank you!View Thread
Are you wondering how many calories to eat to lose weight safely and effectively? What does your waist to hip ratio mean? What is your ideal weight?
The BMI Plus Calculator is an innovative health and weight calculator that gives personal results on 6 different weight and fitness measurements. Whether you're just getting started or have already begun your journey, this calculator will help you understand your body's needs as your body changes for optimal personal success!View Thread
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