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Wednesday Weigh-in: Shrink Into Summer #5

Its that time again at the Sisterhood!  I wasn’t the least bit hesitant to hop on the scales this morning!  That’s always a good feeling!  Today’s numbers:  139.8!  So I lost 2.4lbs this week!  I broke another decade!  And I’ve surpassed my goal for the Shrink into Summer Challenge!  Woo-hoo!  I still have 3 weeks before the challenge ends and I’m hoping I can get to 135!  That would be AWESOME!  As of today I’m only 14.8 lbs away from my goal weight!  Yay!!!!

I also completed Week 2 Day 2 of Couch to 5K and it felt soooo good!  I tried running in the evening on Monday and I thought I would die so I decided to stick to early morning runs.  The weather was perfect this morning at 6am!  Now I just need some caffeine and this morning will be off to a great start!

Here are my stats:
Starting weight: 164.4
Challenge starting weight: 146.6
Challenge Goal Weight: 140.0

Last week’s weigh-in: 142.2
Today’s weigh-in: 139.8
Change: -2.4

Challenge Change: -6.8
Overall Change: -24.6

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7 comments on “Wednesday Weigh-in: Shrink Into Summer #5

  1. Mendie says:

    Woohoo…that is awesome! Congrats on having a fabulous week! I started C25K W2 this week…so I’m just a step behind you. Have you noticed the scale changing more when the runs got longer?

    Keep it up girl!

  2. Shera says:

    Congrats on reaching your goal for the challenge! Keep up with the running. I’d love to keep up with that, but my body is all about dancing.

  3. Brooke says:

    that’s awesome!! 🙂 you’ve totally blown by your original goal for the challenge. hopefully you’ll be able to make it to the new goal in the next 3 weeks.

  4. Renee says:

    Congratulations! Way to go on getting into a new weight range. I love the C25K program, keep it up!

  5. xj says:

    Almost at the 25# mark!! That’s wonderful. Keep it up!!

  6. Christy_TheSisterhood says:

    Way to go, Jamee! You are tearing this challenge up, girl. So proud of you!!! Keep up the amazing work, and enjoy that C25K. Running is amazing 🙂

  7. Hi Jamee – wonderful blog! I too have Fibromyalgia and my best friend has Celiac so I have a good idea what you are going through. My chiropractor has suggested I stay off milk (I avoid it as it’s a trigger for me) and cut way back on wheat. He thinks these items could be behind some of the achiness and pain.

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