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I'm 34 years old --- 5'5" and 140 --- would like to get down to 130 (lean) and get rid of my stomach pooch. Stress, trauma, age, and switch to a desk job put on some lbs here, help me out!!! I will *not* diet --- as I believe healthy eating is key. I also believe that high "good" fats and less sugar/white carbs are the key for me ---- I eat well -- mostly organic -- and thats what I do. :) Does this sound applicable to get myself there within a year ? : Cardio/dance 3xs a week for 30 minutes. Pilates "targeting" my abs Brisk walk 2xs a week 1.5 miles Thinking about getting Fitness Coach for Wii also - --- any opinion? I am doing nothing now --- but getting therapy and ready to commit to some changes in lifestyle. THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Asked By: - 12/22/2009
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I suggest you supplement your fitness program with the best nutritional program you can use. Check out www.dbritt.isagenix.com It is a fantastic nutritional program that has helped so many with weight, energy, health issues. Check it out!
Answered By: Michael Jackson Forever - 12/22/2009
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whatever u are following sound EXTREAMLY a good idea just can u stick to it ? being busy like u are it sounds pretty hard to stick with what u said but if you can thats just ah-mazing ! *** BE PATIENT, SOMETIMES IT TAKLES TIME FOR UR BODY TO LOSE WEIGHT BUT IT WOULD REALLY FAST :) ***
Answered By: Ahmad A - 12/22/2009
 
You are currently at a healthy weight. When you lose those 10 lbs. you will still be at a healthy weight. Good job! You've chosen a realistic goal weight, especially for weight loss spanning a year... More
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Answered By: Caroline - 12/22/2009
 
Ouhhhh the Wii is definitely a good idea p.s Can you please join my new weight loss website http://caloriecouture.ning.com its a social network and is a very helpful place to help you with your weight loss! Thanks!
Answered By: La_rose_noire - 12/22/2009
 
Let's break it down... More
Answered By: sarge927 - 12/22/2009
 
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