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Postby Falconforce15 » Thu Jun 12, 2008 4:05 am

Some thngs that i am gonig to give up

1) No more sodas

2) Quit smokeing

3) Work out 7 days a wekk upper body one day and lower body and cardio..

4) Start eating and taking care of my body

those are the things that i am trying to give up it has been a week with out the sodas which is good for me lol and the best one that i have giving up is the smokeing i have not smoked in 2 days and that is a huge break for me so i feel so much better about my self that i gave up the thing that i satrted when i was 16 and now that i am 20 years old i feel so much better makes me feel like i can do anything to better my body and health
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Re: Newbie Pledge

Postby lilsin » Fri Jun 20, 2008 10:49 am

Hi !!

I gave up smoking 2 years ago, after punishing my body and my lungs for 17 years.
It has been the BEST choice I could ever have made - I'm so much more energized.
I can actually breathe! and I find physical tasks that much easier to carry out.
Oh... and I haven't had an asthma attack since I quit either!!

I'm giving up soft drinks now too - what I wouldn't give for a tall glass of the fizz right now!
Congratulations on your acheivment so far!

Goodluck to you on your endevour to better your health! :mrgreen:
lil sin xxx


I'm changing my life - one calorie and one footstep at a time!
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Re: Newbie Pledge

Postby Johnny_walts » Wed Sep 17, 2008 10:10 pm

Hello Falconforce15,

Its good that you are aware of your health and have decided your goal. I hope you will achieve your goal.

Good luck.
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Re: Newbie Pledge

Postby Jenn89 » Fri Oct 03, 2008 5:51 pm

Yay for no more smoking! You'll feel much better afterwards, trust me! And I feel your pain in giving up sodas...I'm addicted to Pepsi. It's gonna be tough, but I know I can do it, and I know you can as well!

Do or do not...there is no try. :D

1st goal: 90 kg by 1/11
2nd goal: 80 kg by 22/12
3rd goal: 70 kg by 12/2
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Re: Newbie Pledge

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