Wednesday, November 21, 2007

The much delayed Christmas Challenge Results (week 8!)

So here they are. this is the info we've got, if anything is wrong please let us know and we'll try and fix it. Also, not bad that our little group here is averaging 42% of our goals! Much thanks to Carolyn, Sheri and Swizzlepop for pulling up the average! Almost there ladies!


8 comments:

Adora said...

Ok, I finally sat down and put together a spreadsheet for you for my correct weekly totals. I am emailing it to you now. This should help our percentage a little.

Cory said...

Thanks for putting the time into that. It looks awesome!

Melissa said...

Hey Randi...I haven't been tracking weekly because its been up and down.

Here is my WL as of today...

Start:222
Current: 218.2
Total Loss: 3.8
Goal: 12Lbs

8.2 lbs to go

I will try to do better with checking in. Thanks for visiting!
Hugs, Mel

Tammy said...

Hi Randi. Wow, everyone is doing great! There is a little error on my totals. Week six I had a 2.2 loss, not gain. I have an overall 12.2 loss. I wish I had kept the weekly numbers in a spreadsheet like you guys did. Thanks to you and Carolyn for doing this! It has been very motivational for me! :)

Angie All The Way said...

You and Carolyn are nice enough to take the time to keep this challenge going, the lest I can do is step it up a little HOLY!

(thanks sweets!)

Crabby McSlacker said...

Wow, you guys are amazing! All those minus signs--so much progress and so well organized too!

Way impressive.

Sonya said...

Thanks for doing this yet again.
Bad news though. My stats are off. I e-mailed all my stats to Carolyn on monday I think. Hopefully she got them. If not here they are again:

XMAS Challenge Goal 4.4/14.2lbs

Week 1: STS (no WI)
Week 2: -1.6lbs
Week 3: -1.6lbs
Week 4: +0.2lbs
Week 5: STS (no WI)
Week 6: -1.2lbs
Week 7: +0.6lbs
Week 8: STS (no WI)
Week 9: -0.8lbs

Candace said...

I'm average, I'm average! After where I've been, I'll take it. Oh, to be smokin' again. I think everyone is doing great - even the gains are just small ones.