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I am 25 and 180 pounds give or take. I just recently found out I am pregnant but I am more motivated than ever to lose weight. I used to do PT in high school and I'm quite the walker but I have never been the epitome of "fit". I have always been chubby and gained a lot of weight with my first born. I lost most of that "baby fat" but fell in love all over again and gained most of it back. I am back to square 1. I am going to lose weight all over again and I am going to get stronger and I am following the rules. My diet consists more of quality calories instead of quantity. My workouts will become more routine and less of a chore. I'm excited. I'm ready. I'm ecstatic.

Although I used to kickbox and run often, I have not in a long time and I feel it best that I start from the bottom again even though i'm of the mentality that the harder I go the better the results. 


My goal is to be feel comfortable in my body and in my clothes by my 26th birthday (26 March).



Main Quest:

Keep up a daily workout routine 5x a week, lose 2 pounds a month, gain muscle and get to a healthy body fat percentage.



1. Workout 5x a week

  • ​beginner's workout 15-30 minutes Tuesday and Thursday
  • 1 hour brisk walk Monday-Friday

2. Maintain a diet of 1400 (quality) calories 



For my family and my health

I want to be a good role model to my children and husband

I want to be happy with my image


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