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Old 03-08-2012, 02:11 PM   #1
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S/C/G: SW:180 / CW:178.8 / GW:~160

Height: 5'4

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I recently started going for the Elliptical at my school's gym because I feel like it gives me a harder workout than the treadmill. Are the heart rate monitors on those things accurate? Mine told me last night that I had gotten up to 180 a couple times during my workout, and I'm really not sure if that's healthy or not. I'm a 22 year old female, 5'4 and weigh about 229lbs, if that's relevant info for that.
Back at it temporarily!

5lbs ~5 times? Let's do it! One for every 5lbs lost until I get to where I wanna be.

Starting weight: 180 (4/2/15)
Current weight: 178.8 (4/9/15)
Goal weight: Somewhere between 155-165lbs
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