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Running My First Race: Freihofer's Run for Women (5K)

Today I decided to give my readers a little 2 for 1 and lets be real who doesn't love that? In honor of it being Tuesday which I have dubbed "TRANSFORMATION TUESDAYS"; I decided I would give you all an update of my weight loss progress and my journey from "Couch to 5K". Most of you know as of now that my starting weight was 301 pounds and today I am weighing in at 173. My latest goal was to be at 165 but I am not there YET. While I was vacationing in Bermuda I did make sure I completed two days of my 5K training however I ate more, indulged in some adult beverages and snacked my ass off. All the things I tell you NOT to do when trying to shed those pounds but I wanted to rid myself of the ca

Apps That Make Weight Loss Easier

More than a third of people in the United States are obese, and many more are overweight. This puts millions of us at a heightened risk for conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. Loosing weight is not an easy task no matter which you route you choose. It all requires hard word and dedication but I figured why not make things a tad bit easier for you. There are many apps on the market to help people loose weight or maintain their weight. To get you started or assist you on your weight loss journey here are a few of my favorite apps in no particular order. Waterlogged Waterlogged is an application that reminds you to drink your water. This will allow you to meet your daily water/liquid

Why The Hell Am I Not Loosing Weight?

I remember weighing myself a few months back (January 17, 2017) and seeing that I was 180 and I had surpassed my goal weight of 190. I screamed, yelled, cried and "Diddy" bopped at my progression. At this point I was weighing myself once a month but had decided to not take my own advice and started weighing myself once a week. January 17-January 24, 2017 I lost absolutely NOTHING then again from January 24-January 31, 2017 the same results. This happened for a total of 1 month and February 19, 2017 I had lost 2 pounds. This can be very frustrating and upsetting. The truth of the matter is I had hit a stall/plateau. Contrary to what many believe it is actually normal to have a weight loss sta

5 Things They Don't Tell You About Loosing Weight

As of this morning I have lost a total of 138 pounds. When I started my weight loss journey I was 301 pounds and I am currently 163. Prior to kicking off I initially looked at the GREAT part about shedding those pounds such as: being healthy becoming active improving sleep patterns looking better naked These are all the obvious things (amongst others) that most people embarking on this type of journey are excited about. However there are some things that you may not know, may not have been told about or have failed to discuss overall. Your perception of your body won’t change over night A dramatic transformation should feel great — but what about when it doesn’t? I still have trouble identif