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Friday, June 27, 2008


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There is a difference, for sure! Keep up the hard work (I know how hard it is, as I'm trying too)


I can definitley see a marked difference! Way to go Sarah!


There is most definitely a difference! I am going through a similar 'journey' at the moment and was just at the point of giving up. Then I came here and saw what you had done in just a little over 3 weeks - amazing! You are an inspiration.


The funny thing about working out is that if I miss a few days past the regular schedule I have trouble being excited about getting back to it.

Fortunately, when I'm on schedule it troubles me just as much to miss days and I'm always excited about the upcoming night's workout or bike ride.

I think you're doing a great job.

(Oh. Sorry about the daughter growing up faster than you can believe. My boys are doing the same thing to me. Today I'm wearing a shirt that belongs to my oldest; he's 14.)


There is definitely some improvement there! I can see you're getting stronger and fitter - if you look, your muscles are taking different shapes beneath your skin. That is probably the reason for the scale not telling you what you want to see - the chub is converting to muscle which is heavier!

I find I am too discouraged by looking at the scale so I measure myself by how my clothes fit. Find some comfortable clothes in the right size (bras, too - have you ever been fitted properly? That can help heaps) that are ultra flattering, and then put the too-small clothes away until you need them again. When your right-size clothes become too big, maybe treat yourself with new, smaller right-size clothes! :)

Anyway I am so proud of your accomplishments and from a fellow struggling woman, I am silently supporting you and cheering you on!!!


that is fantastic! you definitely look a lot better. keep up your great work--you will get there!

Christy Marie

You are such an inspiration to me. :)

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