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CHERYL52 - 10:30AM PST, Dec 29th 2009

cheryl52

Nice to meet other folks my age! I'm 53 (I think - sometimes I lose track:). I've been terrible over the holidays and have been a little blue. I think it's this cold weather and feeling house bound. I've let myself cave into some bad eating habits, but it's amazing how overeating makes you feel even worse so why do it?!

Anyway, has anyone else noticed that when you lose weight your skin doesn't rebound so well? I lost some weight awhile back and my neck seems to be sagging (sounds gross - sorry!). I'm not going to go get cosmetic surgery or anything, but I've spent a wad of cash on firming creams. I feel like the least my body can do after I lost the weight is cooperate and not punish me with this unattractive result!

I tend to be an emotional over eater but have found by logging here I can control my intake. I've been at CK for about a year. Recognize a couple of posters here (hi Recre!). Thanks for letting me join. Cheryl52


JANSAPPHIRE - 8:21PM PST, Dec 30th 2009

Hello Cheryl52
I've heard that jumping on a mini-trampoline can help that sagging skin because it works all your cells.
"Mini trampoline exercise strengthens each and every muscle, organ, tissue and cell in your entire body. Simultaneously, every cell in your body gets exercise, from the top of your head to the tips of your toes. Every cell!! Mini trampoline exercise strengthens your whole body inside and out, including cells in the liver, kidneys, bladder, heart and lungs. Externally your skin will smooth, tighten and you will look more youthful. If you rebound, lines and wrinkles will diminish; you will get a natural face lift."
Check out this site : http://www.sundancerebounders.com/md.htm
I didn't buy one from there, I just got one from a exercise equipment store where I live and paid Aprrox $50. for it . I love it.


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