’30-In-30′ Low-Carb Weight Loss Challenge Week 1 Results

Filed under: Events — @ August 8, 2006

The exciting first week of the “30-In-30″ Low-Carb Weight Loss Challenge is now history and what a week it was!

What started off as a personal journey that I wanted to go on to lose another 30 pounds over the next 30 weeks has literally ignited a fire of passion in people all across the United States and around the world to get serious about their low-carb weight loss commitment. Whew, have they ever!

After losing 180 pounds on low-carb in 2004, I have maintained my weight ever since. But I recently recently noticed my vigor for low-carbing had waned a bit this year and decided it was time to start trying to lose weight yet again. I felt the time was right to rekindle that determination to succeed that I had so strongly two years ago to prove that this really is a lifestyle change I have made in my life.

As you can see from the graphic at the top of this post, I lost 4 pounds in Week 1 towards my goal of “30-In-30!” WOO HOO!

bq. WOW, what a motivating first week for me to get back in the weight loss swing of things again! I know the pounds will not come off as fast as they did in 2004, but I’m already one month ahead of pace to lose one pound a week for thirty weeks! That doesn’t mean I have time to slack off because I don’t. This just gives me the incentive I need to keep doing what I am doing and to keep the scale moving down.

If you haven’t joined the challenge yet, it’s still not too late. You’re only one week and one pound behind, but can easily catch up. Click here to learn more about it and to see a few of your fellow participants in the “30-In-30″ Low-Carb Weight Loss Challenge including a familiar face from the low-carb community who has decided to take me up on my challenge.


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