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docsmama docsmama
Thu, Dec 1, 2011 00:12
Breaking Point
Ok... So I just weighed myself and I am so depressed. 192 pounds.
I know its my fault for letting myself go. Today I realized I need to do something.... I CAN NOT weight 192 pounds.
Do you think I need to take diet pills?
I am not sure where to start.


freakfreeloader freakfreeloader
Edmonton AB
Thu, Dec 1, 2011 08:12
I'm sorry but
There is no magic pill or weight loss powder that will take your cravings and fat off your body. It take a life style change and thats why the word diet doesn't work. It takes weight training, cardio, stretching, and a monitored nutritional intake. Anybody thats lost a lot of weight has worked hard to do it. Try Curves that seems to be the ladies choice to start your life style change. Get the fat free sugar free and process food out of your house. Its hard at first but training get adictive. Have a good day.

rmatt06 rmatt06
Thu, Dec 1, 2011 09:12
I agree
I agree with freak. Hard work and dedication.

erinclement erinclement
Thu, Dec 1, 2011 09:12
I agree also...
Hey! Don't be depressed!!! Start with a positive attitude and everything will fall into place. I totallly agree that there is no magic quick fix. I have tried everything under the sun aside from surgery and only recently I think I finally figured it out. NOTHING works quickly. Even hard work and dedication take lots of time. I am feeling especially motivational today because yesterday I was able to run a mile without stopping and this has been one of my major goals for a long time.....
But, I can give you a place to start. This is where I have lost the most weight and become the healthiest without even realizing it.
I don't know if you work or go to school or whatever but park as far away from your destination as possible. This semester in school I have been FORCED to walk at least 2 miles a day due to the insane parking options at Kent State. The weight has slowly but surely been coming off. I have dropped 25 pounds since the begining of the semester (August). I didn't even worry about my food intake at first. Now, I have decided to start logging my food again, because I would still like to lose more weight. My suggestion for anybody that needs a place to start is walking.... park somewhere that FORCES you to walk. It is working for me....

1144 1144
Desert Hot Springs CA
Thu, Dec 1, 2011 12:12
Give Curves a try, it's strength and cardio all in one workout. The more you work it, the more it works for you as with any workout plan. Curves works and there's a group of us Curvies here at this site. Calories in and calories out, there is no magic pill for sale, you are the magic pill. It's all what you choose to do.

8191 8191
Thu, Dec 1, 2011 13:12
I wouldn't think so
Diet and ex

TimeToFly TimeToFly
Thu, Dec 1, 2011 23:12
Realizing The Problem is the First step!
I agree with others here. Don't be depressed. Make one small change at a time. Cut some fat or sugar from your diet. Take a walk or join a gym as suggested - just get moving. You can do it!

jjswbs2 jjswbs2
Pittsburgh PA
Fri, Dec 2, 2011 10:12
Change one habit at a time
I agree with the others here. I lost 120 lbs slowly over 18 months. I did it by changing my habits one at a time. I became a student of myself and started learning as much about nutrition and fitness as I could.

8191 8191
Fri, Dec 2, 2011 22:12
Bad roll
I'm turning it on Sat

8191 8191
Sat, Dec 3, 2011 10:12
how's it going since this post

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