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  1. You never cease to amaze me!!! Great job!!!!
  2. Hey Heidi! Maybe I misunderstood the ad! I don't want to say something bad about a program if I don't know what I 'm talking about! yikes!!! Here is the part that made me think "spot reduce" (I don't think I saw this on the website, but it was on the pop up) "My newest body-slimming program zeros in on your trouble spots and helps you start to shrink your fat zones in 6 weeks!"
  3. When this last program came out, my leader at the time told us we had to start counting raw carrots as 1 pt per cup (I think) that's been so long ago! And I don't know how accurate that is, she was kind of screwy! ha!
  4. Hey Nancy! I was kind of thinking the same thing, but you always have to ask your buddies, ya know?
  5. I am constantly getting pop ups for this program. It claims to "spot reduce" which I thought was not possible. Anyone have any experience with this???
  6. I meant that they said they only make it with the reduced fat crouton and cheese.....
  7. The dressing is hot bacon vinegrette, and the soup should be 3, at our applebees they said that the WW french onion is all that they carry. There is no fatter version, which is good.
  8. Thank you Amanda! I was thinking the same thing about stretching the weeks out if I needed to. I like hearing everyones experiences being first time runners! It's so encouraging!!!
  9. Thanks Girls! Well, I attempted to try to run last night, just to see if I could even do it. So i tried one minute on, 3-4 minutes off. Seven times. it was hard but not as bad as I had imagined in my head. And my knees actually didn't hurt at all. Maybe I can give credit to all my walking for that? I think this is something I could actually do, but I"d like to invest in a good pair of running shoes and a new ipod in the next few weeks before I really get into it. I love the idea of the podcast for this!!!
  10. OKay, I know you guys can help if anyone can. I've been walking for my exercise (anywhere between 2-4 miles) for the past few months. I walk because it's easy, and no stress on my joints. I've been wanting to step it up a little, and was looking at the Couch to 5k. I know yall will think I'm crazy, but I'm mortified to start this thing! I'm only 32 lbs over my goal weight, which I know is nothing compared to some. But I've NEVER been even one ounce athletic, and my knees give me trouble at every turn. I seriously cannot even run or jog for one minute without being out of breath or my knees hurting. Plus I feel like when I run that my rump is bouncing all over the place! I know the first week I think you run 60, walk 90, and even that gives me anxiety. Was anyone else afraid to start and what is everyones experience with this? TIA !!
  11. "Do you realize that in about 40 years, we'll have thousands of old ladies running around with tattoos?" haha! that is funny! and scary all at the same time. my mom used to tell me when I was a teenager and wanted a tatoo to just imagine if I got a tat of a butterfly on my boob....today its a lovely butterfly, but 30 years from now it's a wilted piece of spinach laying on your boobie. (gross way to put it, but guess how many tatoos I have today..O) She scared the heLL out of me!!!!
  12. I agree, you have a great figure! Awesome job!!
  13. Okay, at the risk of being called an idiot... I rarely cook, except in the crock, but I have no idea what a springform pan is?? And what if I don't have a food processor? will something else work, or am I doomed?
  14. I think the sticky on the T-20's board has a template where you can make your own slider. I think I may actually do this, and shrink it down to a size I can carry in my purse!!!
  15. Straightarrow, thanks for that link!! That stuff looks really good!! I'm going to order come pay day!!
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