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05 January 2014 @ 07:49 pm
Name:  Jennifer
Age: 32
Height: 5'0"
Weight 124 last time I checked...Been dieting and I haven't checked current weight yet.
Goal: 105
A Little About Yourself: I lost 75 pounds last year, but gained 25 pounds.  I eat healthy again and I'm focused on shredding and toning my body.  I find it difficult to stay motivated sometimes because I'm the only person losing weight.  Everyone else eats everything.  My only role model is my boyfriend because he's a personal trainer (my trainer too) and a retired professional bodybuilder. He's my rock and helps me through the storm.
Plan: I started changing my diet again today.  I need to keep focused on eating healthy and not have bad carbs. I'm going to workout 5-6 times a week and train with my boyfriend whenever possible. Tomorrow I'm working on legs, abs, and cardio. I want to look amazing in a bikini and go to Miami, Florida this coming summer with my boyfriend. That's my plan :)
15 December 2013 @ 12:53 pm
Name: Drea

Age: 23

Height: 5.3

Weight: It's been a while since I weight myself, I'm too terrified to do it before I've been on a good path for at least 2 months. I'm guessing anywhere between 140-150.

Goal: 1#135 2#130 3#125. Feeling good in my skin, get rid of the muffin top, gain more flexibility, daily exercise, and above everything build self confidence!

Plan: I really want to get into hot yoga again, I did before for two months and lost 7 kg (15lbs). I know a lot was water weight but it felt great. Other than that a lot of at home work outs. I think I'll start an ACV (apple cider vinegar) cleanse again, it helps a lot with weight loss, cravings, and increases energy. I definitely want to try and blog my food intake, water intake, workouts as much as possible, it'll keep me on track. Hopefully I'll get to meet a lot of you and share more ideas, and learn new things. It doesn't matter to me where you are in your weight loss journey, I'll support all of you! :*
29 March 2013 @ 01:56 pm
name - fatt0fab
height - 5ft 2
weight - 230
Goal weight: 120
Diet: low calorie, low carb. lots of water and green tea.
Exercise: At home DVDs

i have been struggling with my weight my entire life and I need all the support I can get. I'm worried someone I know will find my page and I can't figure out how to do private pictures for progress pictures.
26 September 2006 @ 10:49 pm
Name: Laura
Age: 15
Height: 5.2
Weight: 120(highest ever :[)
Goal: 105 or less.
A little bit about yourself: I have very low self esteem. so low that everytime i look in the mirror im holding back tears. I starve myself off and on, and I have been in stages where i've purged a lot. I'm ready to be over that, and eat and live like a normal person. The reason my weight has gone up (my normal weight is about 108-113), is because I beleive my metabolism has slowed down a lot from starving myself and I havent been making healthy decisions with my food. I'm just here to move on from this 2 year battle with food and be healthy.
Plan: Im starting a 1200 cal diet tomorrow. For this week I'm not going to be able to start exersising but starting Monday i'm starting an exersise plan. I belong to a gym thats open Mondays-Saturdays so I think i'll go there everyday day and do about 35 minutes of cardio(on the elliptical) and maybe use some of the machines. On Sundays I plan on doing my Yoga video and maybe a short jog or something. I hope to loose about 5 pounds a month, so maybe i'll get to my goal around January? add me if you want! I'd love friends who can help me.

add me theret
13 August 2006 @ 02:36 pm
Age: 22
Height:5ft 3 inches
Weight: Still not comfortable revealing this
Goal: Around 126lbs maybe by Christmas.
A little bit about yourself:I've recently lost 30lbs but now seem to be stick at my current weight which I'm not happy with, I'd love a flatter stomach and for my legs and arms to be more toned than they currently are.
Plan:Start sticking to my low fat diet more rigidly than I have been doing recently and exercise more. I've just finished as a student so as soon as I get a job I plan to join a gym.
28 July 2006 @ 12:39 am
name: tin

age: 20

height: 5'3''

current weight: 115

target: 100 (at least)

Well, hey everyone! I'm glad to have found such a community that can emphatize with the difficulty of going thru the process of weight loss. Two years ago I lost weight thru a semi-crash diet due to depression and reached up to 92 pounds. After maintaining it for quite some time, I noticed that it creeped up and up and up until I find myself in this weight. Of course, a big factor to this would be my depression due to some loss of an important person that I used food to cope with loneliness. From 92 to 98 pounds, I kept myself then to that weight using low carb diet, particularly the atkins diet and oh well, I really became a glutton and addict again to carbs and ballooned up to this weight. Its not that I'm so fat, but its just that I have so much insecurities with being 15 pounds fatter, people seem to make it feel you more guilty like, hey you look so fat now and all and the fact is you can never say, cut me up some slack, I am going thru a lot. So now, I have been able to keep it to a 115 after it reached to maybe a top weight of 118 and w ell it ain't going down so I am now starting today, the atkins diet once again and well I'm revising it not eating fats and all, just low low carb, eggs and tuna maybe.

One other problem the did spring out of my depression was semi unconscious late night eating where I just wake up and then I go and raid the fridge and in the process you don't have the right mind to know that you are actually doing it and it is only after a few seconds ( where you just ate a lot already) that you notice that you did eat so much and that is the time guilty comes in. Imagine that it happens for let me see, 3 to 5 times in the 2 am to 5 am range and well I am in the process of stopping myself. They say that this disorder is due to depression. Has anyone had this experience?

I just need someone to motivate me to stick to the diet and not have any slip ups due to the distortion of the "free day today" or just one bite excuse. I need utmost help guys. Goodluck to everyone.
Current Mood: depresseddepressed
20 November 2005 @ 11:55 pm
Hey another thing, i know i'm new and everything to this community but i need to say something. I'm not meaning to offend anyone with this post either because some would be because i know weight is a very sensitive subject. I'm reading past post and i'm reading things like "i weighed myself this morning and i can't stand to look at the scale " or "i'm trying to find ways not to hate myself.." I know losing weight is a long strenious process (trust me i know. i use to weight alot more than i do now). Don't hate yourself because of weight. It's something you progressively will get better at overtime. As long as your not abusing your body to get to the body you want. Eat healthity and get your required nutrients. Take daily supplements too. It's helps your find the right balance in your body chemistry. If you have teh right balance your body will be able to function alot better. You should be fine. Be the weight your body is made for. Living in Los Angeles i see alot of very attractive girls of all shapes and sizes. They all aren't 6'0 and 10 lbs and what you see in the magazines. I also see alot of girls who are underweight and very unhealthy. I see models who look like they could use meat on their bones and you know by looking at them, that they didn't get that way naturally and i wish some of them would realize that they would look better with not just skin on their bones. I work in a place that has many celebrities come in and though you may think they look good in the magazines. Those tabloids do add weight and in person, you would be in total shock. Treat yourself well and be happy. Everyday you see yourself make sure you're not just judging yourself on your physical appearance and tearing yourself apart, but yourself as a whole. These things take time and just think, today is a new day and I will take another step closer to my goal. I have been at that point before where i was weighing myself at least 3 times everyday and just getting fustrated and completely overwhelmed with the idea that it was just so hard to take off those pounds. Look at the broad spectrum where that if you stick to your goal even for a couple weeks, a couple months, there will definetly be a difference from point A to point B.

Ok i'm going to stop preaching and being a dork. Good luck you all.

-Layla Kamikaze
20 November 2005 @ 11:44 pm
Name:Layla Kamikaze
Age:20 y/o
Weight:i think about 120 give or take, i just moved out to California almost 2 months ago and last time i checked i was 115 lbs.
A little bit about yourself:I'm vegan.
Plan: not quite sure yet.

I'm wondering if there are any other vegans in this community who have a good vegan diet and excercise plan. I work full time and i'm sure alot of you out there so too so anyone in a similiar situation with tips is a great help.
27 September 2005 @ 05:28 pm
i just started doing pilates today.. has anyone had success with it??
or should i do pilates and something else??

i'm also doing weightwatchers.
fun stuff
25 September 2005 @ 08:29 pm
Name: Lauren
Age: 21
Height: 5.9
Weight: 183
Goal: 160
A little bit about yourself: uhmm. i have a hard time sticking to things thats for sure! i just started over (moved, transferred college, etc) its time to finish loosing the weight.. i've lost 30 already. but i've been kinda on hiatus for 3 or 4 months.

Plan: weightwatchers.. all by myself. HELP GUYS..