There has to be some way I can show you guys the progress that I’m making on this lifestyle change. I’ve realized through weight training, I can’t just go by the scale, but I have to start measuring now.

STARTING WEIGHT: 198.6 lbs August 1, 2013
GOAL WEIGHT: 160 pounds by July 1, 2014

CURRENT WEIGHT: 177.2 pounds as of March 24, 2014

Weigh-in Dates:
October 9, 2013: 189.4 pounds
October 23, 2013: 188.4 pounds
November 20, 2013: 185.5 pounds 
December 4, 2013: 183.0 pounds
JANUARY 1, 2014: N/A (on holidays and have the flu) – HALFWAY POINT
January 29, 2014: 180.8 pounds
February 26, 2014: 179.4 pounds
March 24, 2014: 177.2 pounds
April 9, 2014: 177.2 pounds
April 23, 2014: AWAY IN MEXICO
May 7, 2014: missed weigh-in
May 21, 2014: N/A
June 4, 2014: N/A
June 18: N/A
July 2: N/A
July 16: N/A
July 30: N/A
August 13: N/A
August 27: N/A
September 3, 2014: N/A – GOAL WEIGHT??

Lose 5 pounds completed September 30, 2013
Finish 1 round of Shaun T’s INSANITY completed completed October 1, 2013
Get under 190 pounds before October 9, 2013 completed October 9, 2013
Stay within calories for Thanksgiving for 2 of 3 dinners that weekend
Start 2nd round of Shaun T’s INSANITY
Deadlift 150 pounds
Break 180 pounds
Finish 2nd round of Shaun T’s INSANITY
Hit that 170 pound mark – 28 pounds down!!
Deadlift 2 plates a side (220 lbs)
Dumbbell Bench Press with 50lb DBs
Run a 9-minute mile
Do a full chin-up!
Run an official 5K race
Meet 160 pounds by June 1, 2014
Run a 10K race
155 lbs by August 1, 2014

8 responses to “Weigh-In

  1. I just came across your blog and I am so glad I did. I am 5ft. 3in. As well and at a consistent 181lbs. I would love to get down to a comfy 140-145lbs. And seeing how u are tracking your routine is a great help to get my butt in gear and do the same. You know , you get to a point where, it is just time to get healthy( we are after all not getting any younger) thank you for sharing your journey and I will be back often to see how your doing. Keep it up and thanks agiain! Hugs & Smiles, Dannette

    • ahhh thank you! honestly the hardest thing about doing it the right way is that it is a very slow process…but splitting up everything into small, realistic goals is helping me so much! and on us small girls, even just 10-15 pounds makes a big difference on our frames! The best thing that has happened to me is cooking at home, and portioning everything out 🙂 I wish you the best, and thank you for the encouragement

  2. I just found your blog and its love at first site. You are such and inspiration! I’m just starting to make a change in my life. I’m only 15 years old and i’m at my highest weight of 200 lbs and i also want to be around 145-150 lbs. I know its going to take time,but i don’t want to do this alone do you mind me checking in with you every once in a while? I just started my blog, Anyway i enjoyed reading your blog thank you.

    • Absolutely of course you can 🙂 good for you on deciding to make this change yourself! I wish I had done that at your age, and if you do it now, you will be able to have habits in place for when you are older 🙂 feel free to follow the blog, and if you have any questions just ask away!!

  3. I love how your goals are structured! That’s such a good idea!!! Keep up the good work lady! And I saw your progress pics, I know 7lbs doesn’t sounds like a lot but it is really noticeable on you! It’s all that muscle packing itself so densely with your lifting!

    • Thanks so much girl! I find if I lay them out, and check them often, I remind myself what I am working towards. And yes when I get down about the weight loss being so little at times…I just remember there is muscle!! 🙂

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