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  1. Monday Macros Weight = 151. Weight loss this week = 2 lb. Total weight loss = 100 lbs. Macros for the week = Carb/Fat/Prot - 19/56/25%. Daily avg cals = 2,445. Body Fat = Forgot to check this morning % Cals were a little low, but macros were spot on. This week is also going to be a bit low on cals, and probably high on protein. A few days of low residue, a day of clear liquids, and colonoscopy day = low cal week. Now to the elephant in the room... a total of 100 lbs lost since starting the Primal Blueprint. Who'd a thunk it.
  2. Official title is "light janitorial and Porter". I clean bathrooms and pick up cigarette butts. The team doesn't like it due to the exposure to solvents, infection and the elements. I need it because as of Jan 1 my medical expenses are now half our total income and, well, we need to eat. I'm happy to have the job and the company that hired me did so pretty much as a favor. I'm really happy with the results of the tests. I've been feeling really blech this weekend and I'm not sure if it's due to the virus or just leftovers from the Bronchoscopy. I got my veggie garden bed ready for plan
  3. It has been a busy two days, bouncing between different clinics and the hospital completing the set of annual post-transplant tests. The prelim results are very good. I am ahead of the curve in most areas, especially lung function and fitness level. My n-1 experiment on ways to counteract the bone damaging effects of my meds needs some tweaking though. My spine is in good shape, but my hips have lost 10% bone density since the last test (prelim result, more detailed results not posted yet). I've also caught another virus. Most likely a minor virus, but have to wait for it to be gene te
  4. The office is done! Well... I have to buy a frame for a Bret Hull autographed picture, but other than that it is done The rocking chair was given to my Sweetie by the artist that created the Frito Bandito when she was pregnant with her first child. When I started this project, we could't hardly even open the door. Very happy to have reclaimed the room The next two days are going to be spent at hospital and various clinics doing all of my 1st annual post-transplant check up. We'll see how my little n-1 experiment of using the primal blueprint, bone broth, exercise and supplements
  5. Monday Macros Weight = 153. Weight loss this week = 1 lb. Total weight loss = 98 lbs. Macros for the week = Carb/Fat/Prot - 21/55/24%. Daily avg cals = 2,512. Body Fat = 11.4% Another week on target Thanks Athena, I may just wait and sell mine at a yard sale. I'm making great progress on the office. We have a large file cabinet that was very underutilized. It is now utilized I've been doing a whole lot of filing these past few days. I also have a quick grab and go file box with important stuff that we would have to take with us if we had to leave the house quickly. No KB's today.
  6. Today I did the S&S warm ups and three sets of one handed swings with each hand (16kg) Nice sharp swings, stopping the KB at shoulder height Worked on the office for several hours today. Got through the cookbooks, the reference section, and the music CD's. I put some books on Craigslist and have a large box full ready to go to Half Price Books. Maybe I can make a dollar or two out of this effort. The listed books are the National Electrical Codes and a couple other NFPA code books. They were between $4 and $500 new, maybe I'll get $30 out of the bunch. I put aside my other industr
  7. Going through my books is really kind of fun. I have made a nice pile of 'to go' books, but am probably keeping too many. There are ones that I would like to share with the grand kids, and others have been signed by the authors. I'm down to the cookbooks shelf... I'm probably not going to get rid of too many of those. I like cookbooks too much. After work today I was beat. Being out i the cold and wind just drained me. No kettlebells today.
  8. Happy Wednesday everybody I did get in some kettlebells today. Prying Goblet Squats, Halos and Swings. Only 2 sets of 10 with each hand with 16 kg for the swings, but did get them in. I plan on adding a set each time I do swings and should get back to normal fairly quickly. Just have to get my body used to all of the movement at work and doing the workout. Going through the books and things on the shelves is going to be slow going. I spend too much time looking through things like old year books It was a great day, see you tomorrow
  9. Thanks guys, you are awesome! I got more work done on the office cleaning today, even was able to vacuum the floor Next on the list are the built in bookshelves. There are going to be a lot of hard decisions there. Letting go of favorite books is hard, but it shall be done As to the cards... tossed a few and made a nice spot in the file cabinet for the rest. Plenty of room for future cards also, so score No kettlebells today, but I did get in near 14k steps. We don't have our granddaughter after school tomorrow so I'll be able to get a good workout in then. Looking forward to i
  10. Monday Macros Weight = 154. Weight gain this week = 1 lb. Total weight loss = 97 lbs. Macros for the week = Carb/Fat/Prot - 21/56/23%. Daily avg cals = 2,533. Body Fat = 9.6%. Pretty much spot on. I do 10k steps each day at work with lots of squats and moving heavy things, so 2500 cals should be a good target.
  11. Thanks my friends, I really do appreciate your support. Sorry I haven't posted at all this week, I've been really embarrassed about the fact that I haven't lifted a 'bell at all. I guess I just didn't want to admit it in public. After checking in on my recruits, I clicked here to post a week recap and read all of your comments. I went back into the bedroom, grabbed my 16 kg KB, brought it back into the living room and did a set of 20 one hand swings switching hands midway. It. Felt. Great! Just like I knew it would. Thanks all of you Kettlebells do make everything better, I have to
  12. Great job deciding to continue resting the knee. Aggravating an injury is never a good idea. I've gotten into the habit of drinking a 16 oz glass of water first thing each morning when I get to the kitchen. It really does seem to make the day better. I do like your Avatar Welcome to Week 3.
  13. That app sounds very helpful. It would be nice if my granddaughter's school had something like that. We do after-school for her and an app like that would help us. It does seem like a lot of extra work for you though. How's the walking part of your challenge going? Are you getting in those 5 mins/day?
  14. Fleaball has a great idea about making up a breakfast the night before. Heck, you can make a bunch of breakfasts all at once and be good for a few days. Egg muffins can be eaten on the run, warmed up or straight out of the fridge.One breakfast I make ahead often is a cup of plain yogurt, 1/4 cup frozen berries, a scoop of protein powder and some pumpkin seeds. I mix it up the night before and it is ready to go in the morning. Easy Peasy. Here's an omelet that you can make that does not require you to be standing by the pan so you can get ready for work while it's cooking A little bi
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