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Old 07-17-2008, 04:29 PM
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The Road to getting FIT!!

Hey all - In lieu of all the SPAM that clogged up the last thread (RemonB and Bluefeevah road to getting fit), our awesome mods have suggested creating a new one. So here we go. Let's keep the same theme as the other thread (health and fitness progress log so to speak) with receipes, suggestions, etc. I really feel it's been helpful and I love having the support of the AF community behind my progress.

I'll start:

Okay so today's eat thus far:
0% Fage with Stevia and 15 grapes and handful of cheerios.
10:45 am: 1 package of Uncle Sam's flaxseed and oats oatmeal with water and stevia

Lunch:
Trader Joe's Spicy Thai pasta salad (premade) with 1/3 container of dressing (it only needs a dab)
1 bag of Glenny's "American Fries" Soy chips
2 Hershey Kisses

Will workout later tonight - one hour of 24 Lift Class, 1 hour of Turbo Kick box.
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Old 07-17-2008, 05:19 PM
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Yeah! Thanks for starting a new thread. Last night I made a commitment to myself that I was going to make time for me and take care of myself. I always take care of my husband and son, make breakfast, lunch etc... but then I don't take care of myself.

I've been feeling really bad lately. Super tired, fatigued, no energy, headaches.... and I've put on a few lbs

So today is the day I start taking care of me too

So far today I had...

Breakfast:
2 scrambled egg whites with 1 piece of turkey, tomatoes and mushrooms.

Snack:
White nectarine

Lunch:
5 strawberries and a handful or blackberries and rasberries
1 piece of turkey wrapped around a string cheese

Dinner will be:
Broiled chicken breast with pineapple and a spinach salad.

I've had only water to drink... 6 bottles so far.

No coffee which was super hard and I am tired with a headache.

I will be running 1 mile and doing a 45 minute total body workout dvd.

I hope I start feeling better soon. Thanks for letting me share
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Old 07-17-2008, 05:24 PM
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I've been feeling like crap too. But I think it was just PMS.

today's eats so far:

70 calorie pack of cereal + milk
12 oz. coffee with small amount of half & half
Leftover BBQ chicken and rice noodles, small salad on the side
no idea what's for dinner! but I need to eat some fruit today.
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Old 07-17-2008, 05:26 PM
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^aww congrats on the lifestyle commitment! That's great. My only concern is that your lunch doesn't seem like it could break 200 calories. That's not enough to keep you fueled for your workout. It may seem "counterintuitive" but you will lose more if you eat more (or at least enough - 1400-1500/cal min if you are exercising) otherwise body goes into starvation mode and Hoards the whatever fat you have for energy.

But seriously YAY on taking the first step in taking care of YOU!
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Old 07-17-2008, 05:30 PM
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Maybe that's why I'm dragging right now. I'm going to eat a yogurt and go work out. Thanks for the encouragement I will eat more for lunch tomorrow.. Thank you so much for starting and keeping this thread going.. it is already keeping me motivated

I'm sorry cyn, I hope you feel better soon... to PMS
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Old 07-17-2008, 05:37 PM
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Try to have a little protein before you go! Yogurt is great, but most (except for Greek really) does not provide much protein and has A LOT of sugar (even the fat free kind!)
There are so mnay other snacks to have - I personally like a slice of Fat Free Whole Grain bread with a little natural peanut butter on it. It keeps me fueled and does not have added sugars!

Yey keep us posted on how you are feeling! that workout sounds great!
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Old 07-17-2008, 05:49 PM
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I'm getting serious about trying to lose weight now, and I hope that participating in this thread will keep me motivated. I need to lose about 20 lbs that I have gained since I quit smoking 1.5 yrs ago.


Today I ate

breakfast:
smoothie containing pineapple, banana, blueberries, flax seed and spinach (about 225 calories)

lunch:
Subway footlong ham and cheese on wheat w/ ranch
to be fair, I only got a 6 inch for myself, but what I ate of my kids' leftovers equaled to almost another 6 inch (about 725 calories)

snack:
babybel mini cheese round (70 calories)

dinner:
sandwich - honey whole wheat bread from local bread shop w/ hummus, cucumber, red peppers, banana peppers, lettuce, and american cheese (about 320 calories)

dessert:
big bowl of watermelon (75 calories)

total - 1415 calories


Exercise:
40 minutes on treadmill (2 miles on 6% incline)
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Old 07-17-2008, 07:05 PM
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^you sound like you are off to a great start tine!!

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^aww congrats on the lifestyle commitment! That's great. My only concern is that your lunch doesn't seem like it could break 200 calories. That's not enough to keep you fueled for your workout. It may seem "counterintuitive" but you will lose more if you eat more (or at least enough - 1400-1500/cal min if you are exercising) otherwise body goes into starvation mode and Hoards the whatever fat you have for energy.

But seriously YAY on taking the first step in taking care of YOU!
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Breakfast today: 20 or so Ranier Cherries
Lunch: Honey Ham, Provolone, mustard on extra fiber hearty wheat bread. One nectarine. Copious amounts of water as I have had ridiculous headaches for the past week

Dinner: Made rice, about to stir a head of broccoli with garlic and heat up my mom's yummy Asian Beef (marinated with star anise, soy and a bunch of other spices and slow cooked )
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I was having trouble getting started on my swimsuit diet, so I signed on for a meal delivery service. After three weeks I can almost fit into my skinny clothes, so I signed on for another three weeks. It is a healthy heart diet of 1150 cals per day, which I supplement with a 200 cal protein bar. It is a little pricy at $25 per day, but still cheaper than having to buy a whole new wardrobe and more satisfying too!

Today my menu was oven toasted granola with skim milk, teryaki chicken with broccoli and brown rice, and tilapia filet with mango sauce and brown rice. Pretty yummy, no?
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Isn't 1350 a little too low for a day's worth? Just wondering. I remember they calculated how many calories I needed during Cross Country once and it hit the 3k mark because I need so much usually
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I need to get in on this. I have plateaued and am no longer losing my baby weight with just breastfeeding and walking, and I'm miserable.

So my goal for right now is to lose 20 pounds total, and I plan to do that by changing my diet and starting to go to the gym. Right now I'm skipping meals all over the place, and then eating late at night and snacking on things that aren't healthy at all.

-Breakfast: hazelnut coffee, a peach
-Lunch: Now that I think about it, I don't think I ate lunch. Opps.
-Dinner: Small bowl of bowtie pasta with spicy tomato basil sauce, corn on the cob, milk to drink
-Snacks: a couple of pieces of mild cheddar cheese
-Lots of water

I need to check and see if I still have the software for my diet and nutrition class I took a couple of years ago. That would be really helpful...
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Just got back from signing a lease on an AWESOME apartment in Berkeley! It's beautiful and sunny, and the best part is that it is down the street from this amazing market called Monterey Market which only carries local produce- basically like a daily farmer's market! It is also down the street from a fish market, a bakery, a cafe called Espresso Roma, a meat market and deli, and other cool looking restaurants! YAY!!

Breakfast: bio-k yogurt, 1/2 cup gourmet cranberry granola, nectarine
Lunch: nf capuccino, 1/2 of a mushroom and cheese panini, some salad (shared lunch with my mom)
Dinner: going to Chinese food with my family- we always get Peking duck, Chinese chicken salad, wonton soup, and veggies. I'm gonna try and do good portion control so I don't end the day feeling overly full and icky.

I'll post pictures I took of the apartment- I am so excited to decorate and plan yummy healthy meals to cook in the cute little kitchen!!
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Old 07-18-2008, 07:09 AM
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^you sound like you are off to a great start tine!!



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I third this!!

So many people think that in order to loose weight you have to eat very light and cut a bunch of calories. Sure if you are eating 2500 calories or more a day and remaining stagnant you need to rethink your caloric intake...but if you are active then you need to keep your caloric intake at a good level but just ensure that all of the calories you are ingesting have some nutritional value.

Right now i am attempting to get my body fat percentage down (I would love to be at 15% but i have to be very careful) and put on a lot of lean muscle mass and in order to do so i actually have to eat MORE!!! I am eating all the time and people will make comments to me like "you eat so much for such a small person". Well duh!!! That is why i am small...cuz i eat a lot of the proper foods, have a regular exercize routine and I keep active.

Just FYI if you are trying to loose weight the best thing to do is start your morning off with some protien and complex carbs...like oatmeal with some whey protien powder in it and some fruit (I usually do a grapefruit that I share with my BF). Plain yogurt and especiall Fage yogurt are also great in the am. I like to do some fage with honey and Uncle Sam's oats intead of a bowl of cereal.

Before you workout you are going to want to have some carbs about 30 minutes before. And immediately following your workout have a whey protien shake. As for coffee, I LOVE my coffee but i try to time it right so that i have it 30 minutes before a workout so that it give me some added energy. That way i can have my coffee and drink it too!

And the biggest thing is to eat 5-6 times a day. Smaller meals every few hours is going to keep your metabolism very high.

Anyways back to my road to getting fit and tough...

For lunch yesterday i had nitrite and preservative free turkey with a BIG thing of berries. My snack was a cashew cookie larabar.

I had a couple kashi crackers with salsa before my workout.

For dinner i had 100g of wilk alaskan sockey salmon that i seasoned with my singapore seasoning along with some terriyaki asparagus and 1/4 of an avocado.

Last night's workout was pretty great too!! I did 20 mins on the stairmaster, then proceeded to do some front squats, box squats, plies with the 35lbs bumbell, some hip extensions and a bunch of bench presses. I think i am going to need to start adding chains to my squats now but i can only do that when i go to Metroflex. Didn't do any deadlifts but i am going to try for 160lbs this weekend!!! Also did my 1 hour of walking with my doggy and some stretching with the BF.

This morning I had plain yogurt with some honey, cocoa powder, cinnamon, and whey protien along with a slice of rye bread a protien shake and 3/4 of a grapefruit.
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So, I finally have some answers about my ridiculous weight gain over the past year (which, for anyone who missed me bitching, has been 15-17 pounds since last July). My hormones are whacked to hell, thyroid is off, and a few other choice things going on all added up to the fatigue, acne, depression, and weight gain I have been dealing with. At least I know it's not all in my head now-- I was starting to feel like maybe I was waking up at 3 am and drinking oil every night and that's why I was always tired and gaining weight!

Anyway, I'm trying to do what I can on my end while we play with medical solutions. I am going to follow the body for life eating plan (a mostly veggie/vegan version of it) and workout plan, but am training for a half marathon in Jan., so my cardio days will be run training days. Apparently some of the issues I'm having will be helped by eating 5-6x/day with a lean protein+complex carb serving each time.

It has been a rough year for me. With my history, gaining insane amounts of weight has done a number on my moods and my body image. I am really focused on trying to stay positive and control what I can, let go of the rest.

ANYWAY, that's my essay. I'm leaving for a week long trip to Colorado, but when I get back, I'm back to daily thread updates.
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I'm happy to hear that you've figured out what's going on with you Jessani. I'm sure that was extremely frustrating I hope you start feeling better soon and on training for a marathon
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Old 07-18-2008, 11:11 AM
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So, I finally have some answers about my ridiculous weight gain over the past year (which, for anyone who missed me bitching, has been 15-17 pounds since last July). My hormones are whacked to hell, thyroid is off, and a few other choice things going on all added up to the fatigue, acne, depression, and weight gain I have been dealing with. At least I know it's not all in my head now-- I was starting to feel like maybe I was waking up at 3 am and drinking oil every night and that's why I was always tired and gaining weight!

Anyway, I'm trying to do what I can on my end while we play with medical solutions. I am going to follow the body for life eating plan (a mostly veggie/vegan version of it) and workout plan, but am training for a half marathon in Jan., so my cardio days will be run training days. Apparently some of the issues I'm having will be helped by eating 5-6x/day with a lean protein+complex carb serving each time.

It has been a rough year for me. With my history, gaining insane amounts of weight has done a number on my moods and my body image. I am really focused on trying to stay positive and control what I can, let go of the rest.

ANYWAY, that's my essay. I'm leaving for a week long trip to Colorado, but when I get back, I'm back to daily thread updates.
i am so happy to hear that you finally have an answer! for what it is worth, i know it must be so frustrating, but i admire that you never gave up and stayed committed to a nutrition and fitness plan despite the mysterious activities of your body. i hope they find a way to balance out your body.
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Just got back from signing a lease on an AWESOME apartment in Berkeley! It's beautiful and sunny, and the best part is that it is down the street from this amazing market called Monterey Market which only carries local produce- basically like a daily farmer's market! It is also down the street from a fish market, a bakery, a cafe called Espresso Roma, a meat market and deli, and other cool looking restaurants! YAY!!

Breakfast: bio-k yogurt, 1/2 cup gourmet cranberry granola, nectarine
Lunch: nf capuccino, 1/2 of a mushroom and cheese panini, some salad (shared lunch with my mom)
Dinner: going to Chinese food with my family- we always get Peking duck, Chinese chicken salad, wonton soup, and veggies. I'm gonna try and do good portion control so I don't end the day feeling overly full and icky.

I'll post pictures I took of the apartment- I am so excited to decorate and plan yummy healthy meals to cook in the cute little kitchen!!
Yay! I know exactly where that is; its a great neighborhood! Welcome to Berkeley!

Well I have been totally MIA with summer school, grad school prep, and preparing for my semester abroad, so I didnt have much time for my own health. I have kinda made the same promise as many people here to get back in shape before I leave in a month, especially since I finally made it in to the doctor a few weeks ago and found out my recurring shoulder pain (which was making me a grouchy bitch) was actually the result of a torn rotator cuff and dislocated shoulder

so he popped that back in and I have been feeling better and am able to work out a bit again. one good thing that came of it is I discovered SPINNING!! (since I can't do anything with upper body while I am in physical therapy to let the tendons heal). My legs are toning up already, and I am literally drenched in sweat after 45 minutes which makes me feel very productive

sorry for the essay, im off camping for the weekend but I will check back in more often once I get back. Keep up the amazing work everyone!!!

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^I, too am so happy you have an answer!!! this is GREAT news!! Remember that although most of us want immediate results, 6 months away is NOT a long time and I KNOW you will be very far into your goal by then. Keep us posted, you look BEAUTIFUL at your wedding and I can't wait to hear about your progress! Yey JESSANI!
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[QUOTE=Linds;1016534] I like to do some fage with honey and Uncle Sam's oats intead of a bowl of cereal.
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I have this breakfast (sans the honey - I sub in grapes or blueberries instead) almost every day! 8am - fage and fruit, 10:30am - Uncle Sam's Oatmeal with Stevia - SO GOOD!

Last night I had a great workout - 1m warm up run (at 7.0 YAY), 35 min circuit training on machines, 1 hour Turbo Kick Box class (my body bugg read highest ever - 875 calories in an hour!!!)

When I got home I immediately had a whey shake - vanilla.
Then I broiled some Alaskan Sockeye Salmon from Trader Joe's and seasoned with Salt, Pepper, Lemon Juice and Dill seed. So good.
Also made Israeli couscous grain mix from Trader Joe's and seasoned with a dash of olive oil and cayenne pepper.
2.5 cups of mesclun greens with TJ's cilantro dressing and tomatoes.

SUCH A GREAT DINNER - that I have enough for lunch today! yey
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Isn't 1350 a little too low for a day's worth?
Hey Emily,
If I was 27, this would be way too low. But I am 47 and at this point my metabolism is already slowing down despite my active life (I have a toddler). I maintain a comfortable, very average weight eating around 1400 cals per day.
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I like to do some fage with honey and Uncle Sam's oats intead of a bowl of cereal.
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I have this breakfast (sans the honey - I sub in grapes or blueberries instead) almost every day! 8am - fage and fruit, 10:30am - Uncle Sam's Oatmeal with Stevia - SO GOOD!

Last night I had a great workout - 1m warm up run (at 7.0 YAY), 35 min circuit training on machines, 1 hour Turbo Kick Box class (my body bugg read highest ever - 875 calories in an hour!!!)

When I got home I immediately had a whey shake - vanilla.
Then I broiled some Alaskan Sockeye Salmon from Trader Joe's and seasoned with Salt, Pepper, Lemon Juice and Dill seed. So good.
Also made Israeli couscous grain mix from Trader Joe's and seasoned with a dash of olive oil and cayenne pepper.
2.5 cups of mesclun greens with TJ's cilantro dressing and tomatoes.

SUCH A GREAT DINNER - that I have enough for lunch today! yey
I am so glad that I am not the only one who likes Uncle Sam's!!! I have it every morning for breakfast with my yogurt.

That salmon sounds sooo good!! I wish we had a trader joes here in Texas. I usually go to whole foods or sprouts to get my good foods. But Plano has this crazy fancy wal-mart where i can find some decent stuff at for cheap.

I had a hot dog for lunch (grass fed beef hot dog with no preservatives or nitrites) then some kashi crackers before my workout. My morning snack was a carrot and some cheese.

I just had a lazy workout (about 30 mins long) cuz i have to pack to go out to east texas tonight with my BF. I know that we will be doing some crazy working out this weekend though...i just hate thinking that i am going to be sitting on my butt in a car for 3 hours .

Is anyone finding that this whole working out thing and eating well is addictive? I seriously get really excited to go to the gym every day now...
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Is anyone finding that this whole working out thing and eating well is addictive? I seriously get really excited to go to the gym every day now...
yep...but i, personally, have to be very very careful about it. about 5 years ago i developed athletic amenorrhea and it took over a year to get my period back. that just isn't a good thing.
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I really like it too. You just have this wonderful sense of "self-health" (if that makes any sense). I remember getting really busy during my first semester of architecture school and buying a bunch of frozen dinners and stuff...ugh, worst feeling 2 weeks ever. I switched to fresh stuff and starting running 2-3 times a week again and felt better within a week
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