Hey there! So, no offense to anyone but I've noticed that those who are in this group and want to loose weight aren't all that heavy to begin with. I wanted to create a post in which those of us who are in our 20's and overweight can really support each other by keeping true to our curves but living a healthier lifestyle!
I am 24 years old 5'2 and I weigh 170. Although, I am fortunate enough to not look my weight because of my body type, I know I really need to crack down and live a healthy lifestyle. I know this whole thing will be hard an new for me so my realistic goal is to loose 20 pounds and depending on how well that goes to continue.
Lets all motivate our selves to be CURVY and healthy!
Im with you!!! im 25 and im 5'7 and i am 200 lbs, i just had a baby girl five months ago, and i lost weight after having her and then gained it back, and now i have lost 15 pounds, my goal is to get to 155 160, im enjoying this calorie counting it seems to be working well.....lets all burn the pounds together!!!!!
That sounds great! I really want to be more active and get a gym membership. Do you work out? What's been working for you? Man it's rough when you have kids and the changes your body must go through. Let help each other out and support each other!
I do work out, but not as much as i should, i have an exercise bike at home and when my girl falls asleep for a nap i jump on it for 30 min. And when i dont do that i put my girl in the stroller and go for a walk downtown and back, its about a 30 min walk. I dont go to the gym cause its to hard to get away. Also i count every calorie i eat, but every once in a while i have a day where i dont count anything, and i make sure im back on track the next day, so far its been working good, i have lost 15 pounds in the las two and a half months. Also i try not to eat any junk food, and i definatley stay away from refined sugar. and drink lots and lots of water.....and so far so good!!!!
What about you??? what works for you?
Sorry this is soo late. I sent you a message :)
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