sewblue's Fitness Profile

from Jamaica

"'The fountain of youth is full of dumbbells' - HERS magazine "You have to feel discomfort in order to change your body"

Conqueror Squat Star Most Miles In July Champion Champion Vanquisher Most miles in January Champion! Champion Top Contender Top Mile-Eater 2012 2012 surviver RoadRunner Crazy Person Squatter Extraordinare Gold Medalist 5000 Miler Medalist I did Le Tour de France! Run the Edge Top Dog Running Champ Top Dog OptimalHealth ...
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  • sewblue


    i can't believe how much i weigh! I stopped weighing my food and not really paying attention to what I eat. I'm doing so many thing wrong. I really have to check myself

    Posted about 1 year ago by sewblue

  • bobski

    Welcome back

    Hi Sewblue, I'm back too! Goodluck on getting back on track. B.

    Posted about 1 year ago by bobski

  • sewblue


    had a very chaotic past 6months and stressed ate a lot. Dailyburn helped me in the past so I'm back to get my body back in shape and lose some of that added weight

    Posted about 1 year ago by sewblue

  • lingo10


    Thank you for your message. Every is okay. We did lose power for 13 days but everything is alright. Certain areas have devastation but we will forge through. Happy Thanksgiving <3

    Posted over 3 years ago by lingo10

  • Cellie34

    Challenges & Logging

    So you know what I'm talking about, leaving a challenge because you did not like it anymore. Four years is a long time to be in a competition, it is a lot of investment indeed. I was in squatting challenges a month ago. For 2 of them I was leading, and I was squatting every day for all of these squatting challenges. One of these challenges was a short challenge, the other I had been in for a while. Not 4 years though. You know how it goes, checking in every day, calculating how many it would be best to do ahead of time, etc. etc. And then all of the sudden I was like, what am I doing? Is this what I want my life to be like? Is this what I want to spent my precious time and energy on doing? Having squatting competitions with people I don't even know? Turned out the answer was no. Right now I'm not going to log my exercise. I'm doing walks with my husband and we enjoy the freedom of walking just anywhere at random instead of me going, no, I don't want to walk here because I didn't bring my Forerunner with me. So no logging of walking at all for a while because I want to experience and appreciate the walking itself, not the logging and "the flame" for the day on DB. I want to move however and whenever I want and don't want to worry about having to log it or how to log it when I for example just want to swing my arms and legs for a while to get my lymph flow going. I want to do what feels good in the moment without any preset schedule other than, move every day. With food I log only when it helps me. When I eat out that meal will remain missing, I'm not going to look up the nutritional info online when it's a chain so that I can still get my DB "apple" for the day. If I make the same meal several days in a row and I know it by heart I'm also not going to log it again, that will be a waste of time and energy for me. Getting those flames and apples used to make me happy, but I guess it has lost its meaning for me. DB is here for me, I'm not here for DB. Just like we're supposed to work to live, not live to work. Meh, something like that. It feels good! :)

    Posted over 3 years ago by Cellie34

About Me

'When you make the right choice, good things happen' If you don't do the work, you won't see the results. I used to weigh 174lbs. I worked out hard, ate right and lost the weight. Love running and I want to run the 1/2 marathon portion of Reggae Marathon Negril Jamaica in Dec.