"Tear down this wall!" Ended Month 9 with a goose egg and started Month 10 with a gain of .4. Was it me or was the wall getting bigger? It was time to step it up a notch. Added more jogging and started to go out twice a day if my early walk/jog wasn't that long. I racked up 528 mins with 6789 calories burned that week and finally saw a loss of 2.2 lbs. That put me at 260.8 and I knew this had to be the week to break the dreaded 260 wall. 408 mins with 2-a-days and 2 3-a-days lead to a 2.6 lb loss and finally put me in the 250's! FINALLY!!! I graduated high school in the 250's in 1996. It seemed that jogging was the key because the next month the losses continued. Just as soon as I got in the 250's I was out of them. I ended Month 11 at 246.4 and over 94 lbs lost. Not only did I break thought the plateau, I signed up for my first 5K! That was one goal I had in mind but one goal I wasn't planning on was 100 lbs lost in a year. Once I hit 90 lbs that 100 lbs seemed to be achievable. 100 lbs lost sounded so much better then 80 lbs. :) I posted on MFP, "My new goal, 1 year 100 lbs!" I even made a nice logo for it. I didn't have a lot of time but I was less then 6 lbs away. I was on a solid run to this point and just needed to keep those feet moving. Jogging 1 mile straight turned into 2 miles and towards the end of the month I was able to stretch out to 5K's. All the stars seemed to be lining up for that first 5K. At this point all I could do is go out and run. Cue slow motion video of me training for my 5K. Minus the beach, everyone else, and moving as fast as these guys were. Other then that, it was just like that.