Cassi is a Health and Wellness Coach with The Long and Winding Road to Wellness, working with people aged 40+, helping them get back on track to a healthy lifestyle. My mind must’ve been ready to embark on this journey because the concept of portion control just clicked with me. The combination of the near constant weight loss and encouraging words from readers, friends, and family, have kept me going. If you can’t go cold turkey then slowly reduce the amount you drink each day, replacing the soda with water.
Get out of the comfort zone of your family and friends; some of them may be the reason why you found yourself overweight in the first place. She has discovered that it is her passion, her purpose in life to help others find their healthy selves again.
After weighing more than 200 pounds for years, my body just couldn’t bear the burden of carrying so much extra weight anymore.
I checked out several from the library but my husband and I decided on Tai Cheng to work on my balance and flexibility before starting any rigorous programs. It’s also helped that I’ve never hit a plateau so I’ve never experienced true disappointment on my journey. I thought I was also eating plenty of protein but I discovered in the scheme of things I wasn’t eating enough.
First, I wanted to get below 200 pounds, then I wanted to buy clothes without an X in the size, then I wanted to weigh less than my husband, then I wanted to weigh less than the fake weight on my license.
Since then I’ve done several other DVD workouts from Beachbody, Jillian Michaels, and others.
The only challenge I’ve faced is when I was hit with vertigo; I couldn’t workout for 3 weeks.
Now that I know what I’m supposed to do with my life I can focus on this path and not just flop about life like a fish out of water. When the program you’re doing gets to easy or you hit a plateau it’s time to change things up a little. First, I wasn’t able to fit into a roller coaster ride at a theme park and had to get off the ride.
I quickly set my ultimate weight goal at 130 lbs; this is right in the ideal weight window as well as in my high school weight range. When I felt everything had passed I started working out again; there was a little gain when I restarted but it soon was gone again. Second, I had to do an assignment for one of my classes which required us to weigh ourselves.
When I stopped calorie counting, I gained about 24 pounds back over the course of three years. I started about a month ago (after my college graduation) at 204 pounds and I am now about 197 pounds (right picture). I workout 4-6 hours a week doing a combination of running, elliptical, modified INSANITY workouts, Zumba, weight training, and walking. Please help me loose this unnecessary weight.ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.
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