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PostPosted: 24 Feb 2019, 01:24 
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Thanks for the update, Clare, and please take good care of yourself. We'll await further progress messagesfrom you whenever you can manage.

I should have welcomed Tripp989 before now -- sorry and warmly welcome!

Always lovely to hear from Diane65 and hope you are enjoying your walks in the balmy February weather.

Hope all is going to plan, asamaic. Are you still volunteering at the ParkRun near you?

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PostPosted: 24 Feb 2019, 08:37 
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Hope all is going to plan, asamaic. Are you still volunteering at the ParkRun near you?


We've just set one up for kids. So I'm volunteering on Saturdays and Sundays now!

I had a massive breakthrough this year when I realised I didn't 'need' parkrun to run 5K anymore. If we're short on volunteers, I can volunteer and run 5K by myself afterwards. I can and do run outside of parkrun now. o/

(Admittedly, I'm still running very slowly, but as long as I'm moving forwards, it totally counts! o/ )

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PostPosted: 05 Mar 2019, 22:52 
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You are doing so well Asamaic with all your running - I can't run at all :oops:

I am pleased to say that I have lost another 4 lbs over the last 2 weeks :D So still need another 6lbs off before Durham - I am guessing that it will start slowing down the weight loss. I am on 1500 calories 2 days and 1200 5 days but need to get that to 1500 on one day and 1200 on 6 days - I was initially doing 1500 a day as was to big a jump for my stomach and my sanity. I am still doing my DVD 3 times a week, 2 x 2 mile walks and 45 minutes at the gym each week. On a Wednesday I do absolutely nothing apart from working 8-6.

How is everyone else getting on? Be good to hear from you all.

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PostPosted: 13 Mar 2019, 23:44 
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Your weight loss is brilliant, Diane65. Well done. o/

My weight is not shifting at all. Running is still going OK, albeit I'm being a bit cautious. The GP thinks I might have sports-induced asthma or just allergies to where I run, so I'm trialling an inhaler to see if it helps with my breathing or not.

Don't get me wrong, I'm perfectly safe to run the distances I do. It's just I might be able to run them more easily. We'll see.

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PostPosted: 19 Mar 2019, 08:01 
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Hope everyone is keeping well. Hope that your inhaler is working asamaic - you are doing brilliant keeping on running while trying out the new inhaler.

I have now managed to reduce my calories to the 1200 6 days a week and 1500 one day a week. Still doing the DVD 3 times a week plus the gym once and doing the 2 x 2 miles a week. Just been checking back and I used to do 4 miles not 2 last time I lost the weight so I need to increase that in a week or so. At the gym I am doing a mile fast walking plus a mile on an incline then 2km rowing. I really need to change the treadmill bit as I walk anyway so I will have a rethink. If anyone has any ideas how to shake it up a bit I will be grateful for any suggestions. I have no health issues so will give anything a go.

I'm pleased to say that I have lost another 4lbs in the last 2 weeks so 12lb in total. I was heavier than when I started last time so a long way to go.

How are you doing Clarebarr? Keep posting everyone.

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