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    Quote Originally Posted by 00ragincajun00 View Post
    i do not see any problem with it as long as it fits into your daily allotment.
    it does...I think

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    and if it isn't replacing a real meal that you need instead.
    not really....post cardio


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    then it looks ggrrrreeeeeaaaaaaattttttttt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbody66 View Post
    then it looks ggrrrreeeeeaaaaaaattttttttt!
    GRRRREEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAATTTTTTTTTTTTT it is then....... x 1 million! thanks tbody!

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    Who are you people, Tony the Tiger? lol

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    don't act like I don't growl over you sometimes too, mr. pouty puss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbrice75 View Post
    Who are you people, Tony the Tiger? lol
    NOW this is FUNNY!

    Quote Originally Posted by tbody66 View Post
    don't act like I don't growl over you sometimes too, mr. pouty puss.
    does the T stand for TONY?

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    DAY 7

    Fasted Cardio: 25 minute fast walk

    Post Cardio Shake:
    1 scoop whey
    3 tbs greek yogurt
    2 egg whites
    ice

    Meal
    Oat Pancakes
    1/3 cup rolled oats
    1/3 cup fat free cottage cheese
    2 egg whites
    splash skim milk
    splenda
    nutmeg
    drop vanilla
    sugar free syrup
    drop of greek yogurt on top
    blueberries

    Meal
    1 slice Ezekiel bread
    4 slices chicken
    1 smither mayo
    1 smither mustard
    letttuce
    ice tea sugar free

    WORKOUT:
    Machine:
    Lat pull downs: 25 x2
    Arm Extension: 25 x2
    Chest Press: 25 x2
    Fly: 15 x 2
    Arm Curl: 15 x2
    Free weights:
    Military Press: 15
    Biceps: 15
    Curl: 15
    Triceps: 15
    Side bends: 15
    FLOOR w/ free weights
    Chest overhead: 15
    Arms ext overhead: 15
    Triceps: 15

    Cardio #2: 35 minute high intensity bike with additional 10 minute cool down

    Post Cardio Shake:
    1 scoop whey
    2 tbs greek yogurt
    ice

    20 minute dog walk

    Meal
    Chicken Breast grilled
    Romaine lettuce
    Tbs blue cheese dressing
    4 oz Pinot Grigio
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    Other than figuring out calories etc.....how does the above look? PLEASE.........THANKS!

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    even without calories the workout looks impressive.

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    i agree with tbody, the workout looks great. just keep doing what you are doing and everything will fall into place. wait in about two weeks when you look in the mirror and notice your hard work, and then think about a month after that!
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    Things are looking better. It can always be tightened up, but i'm happy to see you're getting a decent amount of protein in now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbody66 View Post
    even without calories the workout looks impressive.

    Thanks...appreciate it tbody

    Quote Originally Posted by 00ragincajun00 View Post
    i agree with tbody, the workout looks great. just keep doing what you are doing and everything will fall into place. wait in about two weeks when you look in the mirror and notice your hard work, and then think about a month after that!
    Thanks....Looking forward to that OOragincajun

    Quote Originally Posted by gbrice75 View Post
    Things are looking better. It can always be tightened up, but i'm happy to see you're getting a decent amount of protein in now.
    Thanks Gbrice and the tightening will continue.......

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    The above looks better. Def. Cut out that blue cheese dressing - 1 tbs is 100 calories and all from fat. Find a good champaign pear light vinaigrette or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damienm05 View Post
    The above looks better. Def. Cut out that blue cheese dressing - 1 tbs is 100 calories and all from fat. Find a good champaign pear light vinaigrette or something.
    I knew that...and need to find a good dressing....good catch!

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    WEEK ONE

    LOST 2.6 pounds

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    nice work...rock on!!!...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlimmerMe View Post
    WEEK ONE

    LOST 2.6 pounds
    Congrats!!! 2.6lbs with a diet i'd consider moderate... that's great!

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    next week, between lifting and body adjusting to diet, I wouldn't expect weight loss, but you will notice a difference in composition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbrice75 View Post
    Things are looking better. It can always be tightened up, but i'm happy to see you're getting a decent amount of protein in now.


    Fabulous!! Just remember protein increases metabolism!
    Lean protein = increased metablolism = BIKINI!!

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    WEEK ONE

    LOST 2.6 pounds
    Yay!!!! Your hard work and dedication is paying off!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghettoboyd View Post
    nice work...rock on!!!...
    Thanks ghetto! Appreciate it~

    Quote Originally Posted by gbrice75 View Post
    Congrats!!! 2.6lbs with a diet i'd consider moderate... that's great!
    Thanks Gbrice! Moderate for now~

    Quote Originally Posted by tbody66 View Post
    next week, between lifting and body adjusting to diet, I wouldn't expect weight loss, but you will notice a difference in composition.
    Thanks tbody...hoping to see a difference~

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    Fabulous!! Just remember protein increases metabolism!
    Lean protein = increased metablolism = BIKINI!!



    Yay!!!! Your hard work and dedication is paying off!
    Thanks Lady BB for your support girl!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbody66 View Post
    next week, between lifting and body adjusting to diet, I wouldn't expect weight loss, but you will notice a difference in composition.
    ^^yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghettoboyd View Post
    nice work...rock on!!!...
    Quote Originally Posted by gbrice75 View Post
    Congrats!!! 2.6lbs with a diet i'd consider moderate... that's great!
    Quote Originally Posted by tbody66 View Post
    next week, between lifting and body adjusting to diet, I wouldn't expect weight loss, but you will notice a difference in composition.
    Quote Originally Posted by Damienm05 View Post
    ^^yes.
    Looking forward to it!

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    Checking in. Good job on the weight loss, don't be discouraged if the lb's start comming off slower in later weeks. Hows that timing between meals going? Ready to start logging meal/workout times?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty51312 View Post
    Checking in. Good job on the weight loss, don't be discouraged if the lb's start comming off slower in later weeks. Hows that timing between meals going? Ready to start logging meal/workout times?
    Thanks for checking in Scotty. I know I need to post the times. I am working on changing my circadian rhythm too. My "eating" circadian rhythm I will call it.

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    DAY 8

    Fasted Cardio: 25 minute fast walk

    Post Cardio Shake:
    2 scoops whey
    1 egg white
    Raspberries
    2 tbs greek yogurt
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    Snack
    Greek Yogurt
    Blueberries
    30 Almonds

    Meal
    Oat Pancakes
    Blueberries on top
    sugar free syrup

    Cardio #2: Speed Walk high intensity 27 minutes

    Meal:
    4 strips grilled chicken
    1 slice Ezekiel Bread
    smidgen of mayo
    smidgen of mustard
    romaine lettuce
    ice-tea sugar free

    25 minute dog walk

    30 Almonds

    Meal
    2 Lobster tails
    1/2 baked potato
    Romaine lettuce
    drop of blue cheese dressing
    4 oz Pinot Grigio

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    Damn grats on the weight loss. Is you dog loving all the walking he/she is getting these days?
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    I love lobster, don't know how I'd be able to handle it without butter???

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjpennnn View Post
    Damn grats on the weight loss. Is you dog loving all the walking he/she is getting these days?
    Thanks BjPennn.....LOL! It is a tug-of-war with the fasted cardio. I keep reminding him it is NOT about him all the time and we continue to move forward at a clip. He does not participate in the high intensity....no way on earth.

    Quote Originally Posted by tbody66 View Post
    I love lobster, don't know how I'd be able to handle it without butter???
    I am a purist when it comes to lobster. No butter, no seasoning and maybe just maybe some lemon if it is not perfect and needs some juice.

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    how can you be an east coast girl without liking your lobster dusted with a little old bay? I love that stuff on almost all seafood

    You should make that a sweet potato next time
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    ^^^ LOL! Something else other than lobster? maybe.

    I know it should have been a sweet potato but this was dinner out and they only served baked and I thought I was being real good by not putting ANY butter on the potato which was a challenge.

    I have a few sweet potatoes here ready to be nuked.
    3 as a matter of fact. 3 small ones!

    Thanks for checking in Scotty.

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    I absolutely love vinegar on my baked potatoe with salt and pepper, very good for you on several levels IMO, and takes away the craving for butter for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbody66 View Post
    I absolutely love vinegar on my baked potatoe with salt and pepper, very good for you on several levels IMO, and takes away the craving for butter for sure.
    I will keep that in mind. Interesting tip. Thanks tbody.

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    DAY 9

    Fasted Cardio: Fast walk for 25 minutes

    Post Cardio Shake: 180 calories/ 4 carbs/ 40 protein.
    2 scoops whey
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    Meal
    Oat pancakes 192 calories/ 10 carbs/ 20 protein/2 fat
    syrup 10 calories/6 carbs
    blueberries
    6 oz OJ 90 calories/9 carbs/2 protein

    Semi-meal
    Greek yogurt 100 calories / 7 carbs/ 16 protein
    blueberries

    Cardio #2: Bike ride high intensity for 35 minutes with additional 10 min cool down

    Post Cardio Shake
    2 scoops whey 180 calories/ 4 carbs/ 40 protein
    25 almonds 200 calories
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    20 Almonds 140 calories

    Meal
    1/2 baked potato (doggie bag) 80 calories
    1 tbs greek yogurt on top of potato
    romaine lettuce
    1 tbs caesar dressing 100 calories
    6 oz Pinot Grigio 100 calories
    had planned a baked chicken, took a bite and spit it out....tasted odd

    NOTE: I need to watch the almonds.....had NO idea how many calories they are......shocked. And I love 'em.

    1,352 calories...so I will add another 48 to round off.....SO 1,400 CALORIES TODAY
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    almonds are good in moderation but i wouldn't eat them with my PWO meal. I like protien/carbs with no fat PWO. Good evening hour snack though, Sucks about the chicken, but always try to get protien. Even a shake is better than nothing
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    Hey Slimmer... how's it going on the plan?

    I have really been hitting the cardio hard at night, followed up with gym time in the morning. I haven't really been tracking my macros at all (bad on me) and now find myself tired all the time. Increased my carbs today, and Viola! Feeling better.

    So... how many more lbs off before you hit your target?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty51312 View Post
    almonds are good in moderation but i wouldn't eat them with my PWO meal. I like protien/carbs with no fat PWO. Good evening hour snack though, Sucks about the chicken, but always try to get protien. Even a shake is better than nothing
    Thanks for this tip Scotty....this is the type of info I really need

    Quote Originally Posted by Times Roman View Post
    Hey Slimmer... how's it going on the plan?

    I have really been hitting the cardio hard at night, followed up with gym time in the morning. I haven't really been tracking my macros at all (bad on me) and now find myself tired all the time. Increased my carbs today, and Viola! Feeling better.

    So... how many more lbs off before you hit your target?
    17 more pounds to go TR~My goal is to shed 20 over 3 months time.

    Thanks for stopping by!

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    Almonds are high cal but very nutrient dense - a mix of fibrous carb/healthy fat/ and protein - say as opposed to these high calorie dressings - get your cals from almonds!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlimmerMe View Post
    DAY 9

    Fasted Cardio: Fast walk for 25 minutes

    Post Cardio Shake: 180 calories/ 4 carbs/ 40 protein.
    2 scoops whey
    ice

    Meal
    Oat pancakes 192 calories/ 10 carbs/ 20 protein/2 fat
    syrup 10 calories/6 carbs
    blueberries
    6 oz OJ 90 calories/9 carbs/2 protein

    Semi-meal
    Greek yogurt 100 calories / 7 carbs/ 16 protein
    blueberries

    Cardio #2: Bike ride high intensity for 35 minutes with additional 10 min cool down

    Post Cardio Shake
    2 scoops whey 180 calories/ 4 carbs/ 40 protein
    25 almonds 200 calories
    ice

    20 Almonds 140 calories

    Meal
    1/2 baked potato (doggie bag) 80 calories
    1 tbs greek yogurt on top of potato
    romaine lettuce
    1 tbs caesar dressing 100 calories
    6 oz Pinot Grigio 100 calories
    had planned a baked chicken, took a bite and spit it out....tasted odd

    NOTE: I need to watch the almonds.....had NO idea how many calories they are......shocked. And I love 'em.

    1,352 calories...so I will add another 48 to round off.....SO 1,400 CALORIES TODAY
    id incease the workout by 5mins and decrease the cool down by 5mins.
    5mins is plenty of cool down time for ya.

    if you're aiming the fasted cardio for fatburn id bump it up to at least 45mins.

    good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Damienm05 View Post
    Almonds are high cal but very nutrient dense - a mix of fibrous carb/healthy fat/ and protein - say as opposed to these high calorie dressings - get your cals from almonds!!!!
    Looking for a tasty dressing and bought 2 last night and really checked out the labels so as to not have sugar in it..thanks Damien.

    Quote Originally Posted by dec11 View Post
    id incease the workout by 5mins and decrease the cool down by 5mins.
    5mins is plenty of cool down time for ya.

    if you're aiming the fasted cardio for fatburn id bump it up to at least 45mins.

    good luck!
    Thanks for checking in Dec.

    I do plan to up the cardio time.

    Before and after cardio to location takes me about 5-10 minutes each way to and fro. That is what the 10 minute cool down is about.

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    Day 10

    Fasted Cardio: 25 minute fast walk

    Post Cardio Shake
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    Meal
    Oat Pancakes
    Blueberries
    sugar free syrup

    Meal
    6 oz Tuna
    1 tbs lite mayo
    romaine lettuce
    ice-tea sugar free

    Snack
    2 sliced mozzarella cheese
    10 almonds

    Cardio #2: 30 minute fast walk

    Meal
    4 Chicken wings
    cucumber
    romaine lettuce
    1 tbs lite dressing
    4 oz Pinot Grigio

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