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What's Your Fitness Sign?

It might be true that when you were born, the stars had a party, or the year you were born might have something to do with your destiny. But here on MFP, your sign is based on how well you do the program. :)

The Dog - A walker at 3.0 miles per hour.

The Snake - Stays within their allotted calories but eats fast food and Diet Coke at every meal.

The Ox - Losing in spite of metabolic challenges!

The Cheetah - Runners who have completed C25K and can knock out a 5K in less than 30 minutes.

The Cheater - Can't live without one over indulgent junk meal each week.

The Bull - The strength training without cardio folks.

The Fox - Female MFP-ers at their goal weight!

The Horse - Has lost over 100 pounds and still going! WTG!

The Lamb - The noob.

The Pig - Always has excuses for going over their calories.

The Ram - Those who have discovered that strength training builds muscles and help lose more weight faster!

The Big Dog - Eats everything that is put in front of them. Portion control is your best friend!

The Cat - Has the "couch" part of Couch to 5K down.

The Goat - Eats anything with a Diet label on it.

The Fish - Drinks 22 cups of water a day.

The Stallion - guys, well, like me for example.

So, what is your sign? Did I miss any?

Thanks for the votes and comments. (You can do both!)

39 votes + -


Wysewoman53 wrote 61 months ago:
I'm within my goal weight range most days. What do you call someone who gains and loses the same couple of pounds every week, never goes over her original goal weight but isn't losing anymore? I swear the minute I put in that extra pound I gained yesterday will be gone the very next day. I stopped putting in my weight because it looks like I'm losing weight every other day when I'm basically staying the same. I put in my weight once a month now.
MonicaA2013 wrote 61 months ago:
I could fit into a few of those categories..LOL
jmnicholas wrote 61 months ago:
I have been in all of theose (except the stallion!) at one time or another...hoping to feel more foxy again soon though!
kdavid1987 wrote 61 months ago:
The rabbit - making progress quickly, feels optimistic, has lots of funny blogs to read on MFP ;)
kendallvon wrote 61 months ago:
I'm a Horse!
goodasgoldilox165 wrote 61 months ago:
The (Poo) Bear -a yo-yo dieter. Eats too much and gets stuck, has to starve to get out again.
d8nni wrote 61 months ago:
The Big Dog Ram? Big meals are my nemesis, weight training has become my new friend.

surfer68 wrote 61 months ago:
The fish and the ram
andeey wrote 61 months ago:

Why do you feel the need to be passive-aggressive with your blog posts? It's insulting, not humorous.
jenilla1 wrote 61 months ago:
^ The Crab - MFPer who needs to lighten up and laugh a little.
Anonymous wrote 61 months ago:
So by the stallion you mean the judgemental douche? Got it.

Again. Your humour just isn't there.
nats2508 wrote 61 months ago:
Can I be greedy (ha!) and have a combo? if so I would be a hybrid.. Cheetah Fox Ram or a cheeforam!

Another great post xx
missevil wrote 61 months ago:
Guilty for being a snake with ascendant cat ;) (well, a nerd cat, since I spend the time in front of the computer rather than the couch)
Wysewoman53 wrote 61 months ago:
I think your humorous. In fact, I think you're hilarious. Not passive-agressive, not judgemental, just funny. It seems some people might not be just losing weight but their sense of humor as well. The way I look at it, if a couple of people on here don't like what or the way you write, maybe they can make the choice not to read it as it appears they have read your blogs more than once.
MJFSH wrote 61 months ago:
Not sure what I'm considered to be, weight training, Cardio as needed, and not far off my goal but the goal is always changing.
Old_Slowly wrote 61 months ago:
The Gelding - The one who feels the need to classify everyone, with himself holding the highest position. Also known as the "over compensator ."
EddieHaskell97 wrote 61 months ago:
Can this be refactored as ice cream flavors?

Because then I could classify this blog entry as:
"Pralines and d!@k."
Tazzie0208 wrote 61 months ago:
what about those that found out cardio and strength training are "IT"! I can put myself as a Ram!! :) Love your post.
SheWalksInMoonlight wrote 61 months ago:
Meow, im in my gear on the sofa it counts right?
fit_finesse92 wrote 61 months ago:
The monkey
Anniepi66 wrote 61 months ago:
I think you are quite funny! Passive/aggressive or not, it's funny. Don't like it, don't read it! :)
HDBKLM wrote 61 months ago:
Haha this is hilarious, well thought through. I guess I'd call myself a dog-lamb-cheater?
Naaer wrote 61 months ago:
I am the cheater...No matter how hard I try, I just can't seem to get junk food out of my diet...But, that is, also, why I lost forty pounds, and then put thirty of it back on...Like has been noted before, this is a work in progress...Still on the program...At, about, ten to fifteen down right now...Am trying to get back to forty down...
rashidasaima089 wrote 61 months ago:
The lamb. Newbie here ar MFP and loving it. I haven't lost any weight yet, but that's probably because I started less than a week ago.
gwennylou wrote 61 months ago:
Lamb Ram I guess. I got hooked up with a personal trainer who helped me add strength training to my cardio. I've lost 16 pounds already.
ILoveGingerNut wrote 61 months ago:
I love it! Not sure about the harsh comments... I guess some people take themselves too seriously... I figure I might be 2 or 3 of those signs! x
Treehugger_88 wrote 61 months ago:
I'm a cheetah-cheater, cheating cheetah? Has a nice ring to it.
DancingMoosie wrote 61 months ago:
I'm with Treehugger--a cheating cheetah. But I also lift...
suttercm wrote 61 months ago:
As always very funny! Love your posts. Those who don't see the humor in it need to take a pill, or maybe a cookie.
nexangelus wrote 60 months ago:
I am a bull, on here and according to those astrological thingies ; )
IFD131EMT wrote 60 months ago:
I guess i would be a dog and a ram. Not a fan of cardio but i get on the treadmill at that 3-4mph speed for 30 minutes 3x a week after weight/strength training. Haven't had a ton of weight loss yet but body is changing. Weights are going up and doing more when doing strength training. Have got the belly to go from a full size spare to a donut!! Seems to be working. Sodium and fat contents are hard to meet though still working on the food side of things.
AggieRL wrote 60 months ago:
I am a cheating ox. LOL
dredzone71 wrote 60 months ago:
I guess, for now, I'm a Lamb. Baaaaah!

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