What's everyones goal?
Gaining strength? Getting toned? Losing weight is a popular choice. I actually want to do all of this including gaining flexibility. I don't know why they didnt offer us multiple choices but thats alright. Toning and strength can be the next goals.by: Bosslaydee
My main goal is weight loss, that being said, I'm not exactly going to shy away from any flexibility or toning that comes along with these workouts, haha.
Weight loss first, then toning up. Just hit 24 pounds this morning, so another 10 pounds probably and I'm right where I should be and I can focus on the tone and strength.
Flexibility? What is that? I have none and I have no hope of ever gaining any.
I am a 182 lbs, female, 30 year old Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (aka. ALL, a blood cancer) survivor... I went through a bone marrow transplant and now I have chronic Graft vs. Host disease which had lead to stiffening of my joints and constant cramping... I have also been on a steady regime of steroids for a little over 2 years (which make me blow up like a balloon...lol..)... So my weight loss goal is 40-45 lbs., but over all more flexibility everywhere, and gaining some of my strength back is what I am really after. The rest will come with time.
Long Term goal is to loose 75lbs, be physically fit and a healthy eater. Short term goals are to be consistent with a workout regimen every morning after I wake up, to cut down/out "bad foods" and replace them with better meals and to FEEL good every day. So I guess my short term goals are to work in my LIFE CHANGE... hopefully I'll shed some of those 75lbs along the way within these next three months. :-)
My main goal is weight loss, and to just be more healthy and vital. I find myself with no energy and no drive and that isn't who I used to be.
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