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Girl.19. 5'7''.Binge eating problems
Starting date: 03.01.2012
Starting Weight: +-245lbs
Achievements + Goals:
220lbs= Under 100kg - DONE
UNDER 200 lbs - DONE
UNDER 90kg - DONE
175. = UNDER 80kg
BIGGEST GOAL - HAPPINESS
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healthy eating + working out
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Some really awesome examples!
Vegetarian
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downtownn:

Some really awesome examples!

Vegetarian

Deluxe

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freshcleanfit:

Heya guys! I get a lot of asks about clean eating and my grocery lists, so I hope this is helpful to y’all! :) Stay awesome!

^Truth! Thank you! <3

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Round 2. 
Here is another set of healthy recipes. I got this from mynewroots.org
You can find my first set of health Recipes HERE
You can find a bunch more recipes HERE
You can find a picture of a goat HERE

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piecesinprogress:

This post is for anyone who is just starting their journey to get healthy. I’ve been getting questions about starting out tips so I thought this visual might help you all! It’s a list of things that I thought about and still do to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The keep in mind section is just a few things that helped me stay motivated when I was first starting out to get me through especially the first month and help me stick with it for the long haul. Along with this you should set your own goals, meal plans, fitness plans, but use this as a guide to help you start healthy habits that will always be good for you!

The second picture is a sample printable weekly chart, you can use this (put it on your motivation board!) or make your own using this as a template. :)

For more healthy tips & tricks go here. :)

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It’s science but not rocket science

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Effective Goals Setting

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It is that time of year again where we set New Year’s Resolutions…maybe to quit smoking, eat more fiber or lose 20 pounds.  How many of us really make an effective plan to achieve our goals?  Go beyond the typical “I want to lose weight” and make an effective game plan for how you are going to reach your goal. Here is a 5 step process to help you get started!

Step 1: VISION

Here we want to discover one thing…the real motivation for your goal.  Just keep asking yourself one simple word…why?  I want to lose weight.  Why?  So I feel better.  Why do you want to feel better?  You may respond, so I can play soccer with my children.  In a few short seconds we have discovered your motivation!  You no longer have a vague goal of weight loss but a vision of playing soccer with your children.   

Step 2: STRATEGY

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Here we are going to use 6 principles known as SCAMPI to set effective goals.

1.        Specific- set specific goals versus simply trying to “do your best”

2.       Challenging- set goals that challenge your abilities versus ones that are easy to achieve

3.       Approach-always think about moving toward your goal rather than a negative state.  Change does not happen overnight.  Think about the progress you are making towards being able to play soccer (maybe now you can jog for 10 minutes)  

4.       Measurable-be able to measure your progress so you know if your strategy is working

5.       Proximal-have weekly goals as well as your long term goal.  This will keep you motivated as each week you accomplish a goal that will help you reach your long term goal

6.       Inspirational-your goal should be inspirational to you and consistent with your own ambitions. 

Step 3: BELIEF

Belief is one of the most powerful predictors of change!  You must believe that you can implement the strategies you just set!  People who believe they will be successful work harder and are better able to overcome setbacks!  To help boost belief in yourself try using visualization. Just remember it is needs to be very detailed. 

Step 4: PERSISTENCE

Successful people succeed by working hard and rebounding from setbacks…they persist!  They also use the setbacks as tools to strengthen their commitment.  Use these strategies to increase persistence.  1. Reward your successes…start small and increase your rewards as you progress.  2. Ask for support or help from close friends and family to encourage your progress but also to recover from setbacks.  3. Prepare for setbacks!  Carry a reminder card that you can read with a message or have a friend to call when a setback does occur. 

Step 5: LEARNING

Is your persistence paying off?  Make sure you measure your progress and review past data so you can make adjustments if necessary.  You can monitor yourself daily using a scale of 0-10.  0 means no progress was made and 10 means outstanding progress.  Remember that physiological changes (weight, body fat, blood pressure etc) take time to change.  Try to initially measure behaviors instead of physiological changes! 

“The future belongs to those who prepare for it today” Malcolm X

 Good luck with your New You Resolution!  Here to a Fit, happy and healthy 2013! 

Crystal Reeves

B.A Exercise Science and Health

NASM CPT, CES, Weight Management Specialist

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Reblogging for future use


this is useful.


BC SOMETIMES YOU NEED ANOTHER MODE TO CHECK PROGRESS BESIDES WEIGHT!


Great way to track progress!

organically-gorgeous:

itstheskinny:

99lbss:

ribcagebeautiful:

Reblogging for future use

this is useful.

BC SOMETIMES YOU NEED ANOTHER MODE TO CHECK PROGRESS BESIDES WEIGHT!

Great way to track progress!

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