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Old 02-01-2013, 09:37 AM   #579
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keep it up Becky! i am finding all the weight you are losing .. but its on purpose..
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Old 02-01-2013, 09:49 AM   #580
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I'm up .8 pounds this week! Right about where I want to be. Just a couple hundred more calories each day....
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Old 02-01-2013, 10:20 AM   #581
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Old 02-01-2013, 02:12 PM   #582
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Looks like it's time to crack the whip again, I hope everyones not slackin' if you are keep in mind you will gain weight back many times faster than you will loose it so get off your butts and move,eat healthy and enjoy.

Hey, I made it to boot camp 6:00am this morning. Worked hard too!!


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keep it up Becky! i am finding all the weight you are losing .. but its on purpose..
Thanks Dznts - please keep whatever you find. I won't need it back

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I'm up .8 pounds this week! Right about where I want to be. Just a couple hundred more calories each day....
Oh I wish I could do a few more calories :( but I'd like them from ice cream -
probably counterproductive
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Old 02-01-2013, 07:35 PM   #583
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[QUOTE=BeckyD@RodgersChevrolet;6110270]Hey, I made it to boot camp 6:00am this morning. Worked hard too!!




I would expect nothing less from you. lol. Keep up the good work and no goofin' off when my back is turned.
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Old 02-02-2013, 08:12 AM   #584
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Looks like it's time to crack the whip again, I hope everyones not slackin' if you are keep in mind you will gain weight back many times faster than you will loose it so get off your butts and move,eat healthy and enjoy.
I've lost 2 lbs so far according to my last weigh in on Monday. Every other day I do 3.5 miles on the treadmill and trying to keep caloric intake close to 1600. I have no trouble with the fat and carb #'s you gave me but I'm coming up short on protein.
Oatmeal for breakfast is hard to get used to. I've stuck to the perimeter of the grocery store buying fresh fruits and veggies and whole grain bread for turkey sandwiches.
To be honest, I'm not at all enjoying the change in food. I've grown to my bad habits and its hard to change. I'm still motivated to do what I have to to be where I want to be and hope that I can grow accustomed to these changes in time.
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I've lost 2 lbs so far according to my last weigh in on Monday. Every other day I do 3.5 miles on the treadmill and trying to keep caloric intake close to 1600. I have no trouble with the fat and carb #'s you gave me but I'm coming up short on protein.
Oatmeal for breakfast is hard to get used to. I've stuck to the perimeter of the grocery store buying fresh fruits and veggies and whole grain bread for turkey sandwiches.
To be honest, I'm not at all enjoying the change in food. I've grown to my bad habits and its hard to change. I'm still motivated to do what I have to to be where I want to be and hope that I can grow accustomed to these changes in time.
I thought we lost you where as you haven't posted lately but am glad your sticking with it. 2 lbs is a great start and being consistent with it will get you there. You will get used to the canges in foods, keep in mind the foods you like are the ones that got you here. Sometimes eating healthy can seem boring but using various recipies posted will flavor things up a bit. Morning oatmeal is a very good choice but a bit boring, there is recipie posted for a way to make it tasty, almost everyone likes it, a few haven't but I think it's in the prep, sometimes you need more/less milk to get the texture you like. This is a biggy, protein powder. Eating enough protein is sometimes challenging for some so if you get a good quality protein powder you can add it to your oatmeal or other recipies to suppliment your protein intake. It will make it so much easier to meet that mark.
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Old 02-02-2013, 09:45 AM   #586
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the scale says i have lost 12 pounds. i'm on the stress and worry plan to weight loss
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Old 02-02-2013, 08:40 PM   #587
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Not the best weight loss plan. Be glad for the loss but take care of your emotional self.

I ate pretty healty today but I am being a little bad now. I can really tell fat is missing from the sides of the middle of my back, the top.bacl of my hops & my tummy. I don't care what the scales say. My weight loss has never showede up much on the scales. A couple things I can say for sure now. Protien powder & hot oatmeal for me just don't mix and when you have been eating very cleanly, just a little Rum goes a long way.
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Not the best weight loss plan. Be glad for the loss but take care of your emotional self.

I ate pretty healty today but I am being a little bad now. I can really tell fat is missing from the sides of the middle of my back, the top.bacl of my hops & my tummy. I don't care what the scales say. My weight loss has never showede up much on the scales. A couple things I can say for sure now. Protien powder & hot oatmeal for me just don't mix and when you have been eating very cleanly, just a little Rum goes a long way.
It's good your noticing a difference, a lot of times how you look, how your close fit are better indicators than scale weight.

I'm curious as to what the problem is with whey and oatmeal, does it not agree with you? Or is it a taste/texture thing?
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Taste & texture. Yuck to me. That is okay, I can have it in my shakes. I plan to make me some brownies too. I hope they are good because I have been craving chocolate. I'm used to the scales, I can have a HUGE difference in my size & proportions & little to no difference in the scales. It seems to be even more true for me than for most.
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Taste & texture. Yuck to me. That is okay, I can have it in my shakes. I plan to make me some brownies too. I hope they are good because I have been craving chocolate. I'm used to the scales, I can have a HUGE difference in my size & proportions & little to no difference in the scales. It seems to be even more true for me than for most.
The texture can be changed by using more/less milk. I usually use a little more milk so it's not so thick. What kind of protein powder do you use? I have found that some taste good and are good in recipies and some don't/aren't
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I bought a small container of Designer Whey. I did not want a huge container of anything, but especially not until I could see if I liked it.
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I bought a small container of Designer Whey. I did not want a huge container of anything, but especially not until I could see if I liked it.
I've never tried that. I usually use Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard in French Vanilla Creme. It goes well with recipies. It is a good quality Whey without all the useless additives a bunch of whey has.

Using quick oats or one minute oats, which are the same as regular oats just cut up smaller, in recipies seems to mix better.

You can add cinimon to them as well, a lot of people like it and it helps stabilize blood sugar more but I preffer it without.
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Interesting workout this AM -
after warm up
5min rounds 15sec on 15 sec off

sprints
burpees with dead lift
bear crawl
squats with overhead band press
kettle bell swings
jump to bench/jump squats or long jumps

I liked it because the short recovery in
there was enough to continue at a
decent pace. There was a 1 minute
rest between exercises.

Cold and snowy here today, wish I could
go take a nap

2 more days to weigh in - hoping for 2 more
lbs, but any drop will be welcome
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Old 02-04-2013, 03:30 PM   #594
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Interesting workout this AM -
after warm up
5min rounds 15sec on 15 sec off

sprints
burpees with dead lift
bear crawl
squats with overhead band press
kettle bell swings
jump to bench/jump squats or long jumps

I liked it because the short recovery in
there was enough to continue at a
decent pace. There was a 1 minute
rest between exercises.

Cold and snowy here today, wish I could
go take a nap

2 more days to weigh in - hoping for 2 more
lbs, but any drop will be welcome
If you've been keeping your diet in check I would think another 1-2 lbs is realistic but as I mentioned before if the scale disappoints you don't worry about it, weight loss isn't always going to be the same from week to week although If your diet and exercise don't change much then the results should be fairly consistent. If after a two week period there is no change then we will try something a little different because the body does adapt and after a while fat loss can stagnate, if it does, we'll just shake things up a little.
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:41 PM   #595
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If you've been keeping your diet in check I would think another 1-2 lbs is realistic but as I mentioned before if the scale disappoints you don't worry about it, weight loss isn't always going to be the same from week to week although If your diet and exercise don't change much then the results should be fairly consistent. If after a two week period there is no change then we will try something a little different because the body does adapt and after a while fat loss can stagnate, if it does, we'll just shake things up a little.

Does that mean I can go to Dairy Queen and
get a blizzard??
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