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Group Name: WW support and fun4
Members: 4
Location: All Are Welcome!!! 00000

Goals: 1) For each team member feel motivated and supported, each day. The most important thing is that you feel you have a GO TO resource to support YOU. 2) Daily logging of food, points and exercise--this is the foundation of long term weight loss success, and developing this habit is a goal. 3) Create an environment where each person feels like they can get anything off their chest. 4) Have Fun!! Having an active team support you in your journey is extremely motivating.

Profile: This is a weight loss group for people who follow the Weight Watchers points system or who would like to learn it. (But at the end of the day, this is all about support and if you are not into WW thats fine) This group is for people going to meetings, not going to meetings, or who are not sure! We are going to journal our points each day (takes 5 minutes) and we are going to have fun helping each other through the had work of losing weight, getting in shape- whatever your goal is! It is really important that we be as vocal as possible in helping each other. There are no "experts" here. We are all the experts of us, and the single most important thing is that we are here for each other.

Last posted: Wednesday, January 17, 2007, 1:04 PM

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Members profiles:

I'm a single, 29 years old. :) In 2001, I lost 40-something pounds and was looking so great! It's 6 years later and I've gained it all back...and more. I'm tired of being bigger and would really like to be healthier.

I am a 29 year old single female. I live alone (with my cat) so cooking at eating at home is a big struggle for me. I am fairly active, but I dont really like 'working out' so I need to find some type of exercize that I can put up with, and stick to.

Im a 32yr old M, married with kids. I used to be a jock in highschool, played college soccer, but after marriage and the kids came the weight. Ive done WW points before and had success, but both times I did it within a year or 2 Id gained it all back. Most recently I started WW on July 5, 2004. I was 247lb. I was very, very strict with my diet and forced myself to exercise, which I hadnt done in years. As the weeks went by the weight dropped quick.But there was a catch...I was going to work then going to the gym right after for 2hrs a day, 6 days a week. It wasnt reasonable to keep that kind of routine up. After 4 months I went from 247lb (6'1") to 192lb. Then it all fell apart and I fell back into all the old habits. I kept thinking I could get a handle on it but almost 2 yrs to the date that I was 192lb I found myself at 247.0 again! I was ashamed and disgusted. So, Im starting over.

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