Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Some exciting News!

Me this past weekend in my goal shirt I bought months ago for 3.99 on clearance LOL
Me in 16 work out clothes a bit tight but hey they are on!

Me in my goal top that was so tight before but I wore it out the 1st time and it was big falling off my shoulders!!!

Ok maybe not for you but for me this is huge! I have been trying to hard to get into the next decade and my scale reads 250.0 I need to lose a tad more and I will be in the next decade. To say I was 313 and say I am 240 something will be huge to me. In almost 11 months I so need to do this THIS week! If I get to 248 at WW I will get my 50lb WW charm!!!! I want that damn charm.

So this morning I went to the gym I did the stairstepper to burn 225 calories going up 44 flights of stairs. The bike I did 125 and rode 5.1 miles. I walked 1.60 and the baby was done and wanted out of the childcare area so I burned 193. I was close to 600 calories so tonight I am going back to the gym and will do the Elliptical and burn 200 calories and go to the treadmill to walk run 3 miles.

Here is some more good news!
My measurements
Sept 2008 May 2009 8 months later
59 waist 47 1/2 11 1/2 inches gone
20 calf 17 1/2 2 1/2 inches gone
14 arm 12 1/2 1 1/2 inches gone
48 bust 39 9 inches gone
TOTAL INCHES LOST 24 1/2 inches
Weight lost in 8 months 30 lbs
Lesson learned....the scale might not be moving like I want but my body is changing and that is a good thing.


MoraPiggy said...

Congratulations. I do the same thing. I bought a pair of jeans, that were too small but were on clearance. I was able to wear them out on Sat night. Whoo Hoo!

Your progress so far is impressive, I can see it in your face from your profile pic.

The Incredible Shrinking Family said...

Congratulations ! And yes, the scale is only one tool with which we can measure progress.

Slim said...

Wow, you're doing GREAT!!! You've lost lots of inches & weight!

sarah said...

Fantastic job!!

Bulge to Bump said...

Your tank top is sooo cute! You look great!

Ida said...

WAY TO GO! I love NSV's. I always buy one size smaller so I can have a real victory when I can get into them!