Fitness Logs

FLogs are a way to motivate yourself and others by sharing your health and fitness progress with the community. You may use the links on the right to limit the FLogs which are displayed.

  • Change is inevitable!

    At 35 it's hard to believe Im still fighting this fight. I have been at this for years never seeing an end to this tunnel. My clothes are getting larger, my hopes smaller, and my body stagnate. I have yet to meet a goal I can keep. I dont want to ...
    by: fine-ally35 on: 2015/12/28
  • The start of something good!

    Tonight I have found this site that will aid my wife and I in it fitness journey. I plan to use this as a tool to keep us accountable for the next 5 months . My initial weight loss goal is 60 lbs over the next 5 months. I believe we van do it!
    by: Eric08 on: 2016/02/03
  • Totally forgot that I had this!

    Soooooo....I guess there's a lot to catch up on! Let's see, I dropped from 210lbs, to 160, then went back up to 175, cancer scares will get ya! I also became a personal trainer! Been working with clients for about a year and a half now. Th...
    by: LiannaMC on: 2016/03/30
  • Starting up.

    Alright time to start this up... Starting weight 265... Goal weight: 200. I actually want to start treating my body well and loving it again.. I wish I had a team to start with but I think that I just need to start a team with myself for once. ...
    by: paddleboat on: 2016/05/04
  • Get tone and fit

    Arms,legs,stomach,butt
    by: Queenb12 on: 2016/05/16
  • Hello!

    I really hope this works this time , I am determinates to change my body and to be happy . This is a compromise with myself.
    by: thegirlwhodidit on: 2016/05/21
  • My Final Begininng

    Okay I have "started" my fitness journey at least five times already this summer. Its time for a change in my life. I know this but for some reason I cant seem to find enough motavation to propel myself into the routine I want. I need this website...
    by: emmaras35 on: 2016/06/23
  • IS IT TRUE?

    some people say no pain no gain and to me this is true because if your not sore from a workout you havent pushed yourself enough if you want to gain muscle you rip the muscle fibers and what causes more strength is when those fibers grow back
    by: jayteen on: 2016/11/01