9 Stone To Lose!

Discussion in 'WeMITTS (We Mean It This Time)' started by kimmeh, 15 November 2011 Social URL.

  1. kimmeh

    kimmeh Member

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    I'm 21 year old female currently weighing 19 stone. :(

    I'm actually feeling motivated so tomorrow, I'm going to start putting my Gym Membership to use.

    Longterm I would like to get down to 10 stone but my aim is to get down to 17 stone by Christmas. I'm not sure if that is a realistic goal but I intend on going to the Gym on a daily basis for an hour.

    I will take a picture tomorrow before I set off to the Gym and I will put them on here to help track my progress.

    I want to feel lighter and healthier for Christmas. :D
     
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  3. aesir22

    aesir22 Silver Member

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    You need a rest day with no gym somewhere in the week to avoid injury and keep weightloss going. Make sure you give your body a days rest once a week :) and good luck, 2 stone is a mighty target but its good to aim high :)
     
  4. Zoe_Louise

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    Hey im 23 and I started just short of 18 stone and my target is 10 stone also :) hope you achieve your goal
     
  5. Pipaluk

    Pipaluk I will be skinny!

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    Hi Kim! Good luck with your weight loss. Losing 2 stone for Christmas sounds a good goal to aim for! I am 19 stone aiming for 10stone as well, so it will be interesting to hear how you get on - keep us updated! :D
    Just remember not to over work at the gym and cause yourself an injury :)
     
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