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Thursday, January 12, 2012

6 Women on 1 Mission - Loose Weight!

   I realized as I was thinking about what my goals are for 2012, that I, like so many others want to loose weight in this new year.  Every year I say I would like to loose a few pounds but it never seems to quite go like I had planned, I suppose it's a lot like other New Year's goals and resolutions, sound great one day and then are completely forgotten the next.  While discussing this phenomenon with my family and friends, we came up with a way to help each other stay on track and shed those unwanted pounds. 
   
    There are 6 women who will be completing this 2 month challenge. We are all at completely different fitness levels, have completely different fitness goals for our future,  but have one current goal - to loose weight.  So in order to be the moral support for each other, we are going to hold each other accountable, and even taking it one step farther and bringing it to the bloggin world for support and encouragement!  To provide that extra support we have all downloaded the myfitnesspal app, which can track our daily calories as well as your exercise.  It also allows us to connect with each other similar to facebook and give each other encouragement and to show our progress. 

   I'd now like to introduce you to the 6 participants!  For the sake on anonimity, since weight is such a sensitive issue, I have changed their names and the before pictures will be without their faces.  Please show your support for these 6 women as we tackle our weightloss goals!

Introducing Participant #1:


        Participant Name:  E1
                           Age: 24
                        Height: 5'-11"
          Current Weight: 158lbs
               Goal Weight: 145lbs - loose 13lbs
  Current Fitness Level:  Advanced
               Fitness Goal:  To become an Ironman and run the Boston Marathon

Introducing Participant #2:


     Participant Name: E2

                         Age: 25
                      Height: 5'-3"
         Current Weight: 160lbs
             Goal Weight: 145lbs - loose 15lbs
Current Fitness Level: Beginner
              Fitness Goal: To learn to like exercising and incorporate it into and live a healthier lifestyle.

Introducing Participant #3:

     Participant Name: K3

                         Age: 24
                      Height: 5'-10"
         Current Weight: 160lbs
             Goal Weight: 140lbs - loose 20lbs
Current Fitness Level: Beginner
              Fitness Goal: To become mentally and physically in shape by starting to have a healthier lifestyle which will ultimately boost my self-confidence!

Introducing Participant #4:


     Participant Name: M4

                         Age: 17
                      Height: 5'-10"
         Current Weight: 175lbs
             Goal Weight: 160lbs - loose 15lbs
Current Fitness Level: Intermediate
             Fitness Goal: To feel good about myself, to become healthy and to love the way I look and feel.

Introducing Participant #5:

     Participant Name: L5

                         Age: 25
                      Height: 5'-1"
         Current Weight: 150lbs
             Goal Weight: 135lbs - loose 15lbs
Current Fitness Level:  Beginner/Intermediate - workout 3 times a week for 30-60minutes
              Fitness Goal: To run 5 miles 3 to 4 times a week.

Introducing Participant 6:

    Participant Name: K6

                         Age: 28
                      Height: 5'-9"
         Current Weight: 169bs
             Goal Weight: 145lbs - loose 20-25lbs
Current Fitness Level: Intermediate
              Fitness Goal: To run a few more 1/2 marathons and complete a triathlon.

   Watch our progress week by week as we start eating healthier and working out on a different level.  Any tips, suggestions are encouraging words are always welcome!  If you'd like to join the weightloss goal/process just comment on here and we will be in touch!  Bring on the New Year's Weight Loss Goals!  I will also be sharing some of my favorite, total-body workouts that burn alot of calories in the coming days, so stay tuned!

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