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  1. oh, and i added assisted pullups and assisted dips to my workouts. currently have 112lbs of assistance. i got my first pullup wednesday. this is the first pullup i've done since i can remember. for my dips i started off iwth being able to to 1-2 at a time. wednesday i got between 3-5 each set, so i'm bumping the assistance down friday.
  2. Alright, so, ran two 5k's within a week, then walked for about 1 1/2 hrs with some friends monday. Was down to 371 tuesday morning.
  3. Looking to see if anyone is interested in the Glow run this weekend. :-D
  4. The color vibe 5k was a success. Although I finished it in roughly the same time i finished my first 5k, i was in vastly better shape after the 5k.
  5. So i've somehow lost 6 pounds since monday. O_o I ain't complaining though.
  6. So, had a bit of a binge the last couple of days.... Weighed in at 383 this morning... yay....
  7. it's not a timed 5k, it's more for fun. so really just to complete it and enjoy myself.
  8. macros are a bit over the place. typical workout is weightlifting (stronglifts).
  9. Background: Been working at this for a while now. I’ve had my ups and downs, but I’ve managed to keep heading in an overall downward direction with my weight. I’m surrounded by really good, supporting people, so that helps a lot. Main quest: Reach 365 lbs My ultimate goal is far more ambitious, but for this challenge I want to get to 365 lbs. This will require me to be strict on my calorie goal every day to ensure I lose roughly 2 pounds a week. I am currently at 376 pounds, so this is 11 pounds to lose in 6 weeks. This will be rough. Missions: I will track my food on MyFitnessPal every day, following their calculated calorie recommendation [diet] As of April 9th my daily calorie budget is 2880 calories. Intermittent fasting – basically skipping breakfast. I seem to do better on my calorie goals if I skip breakfast. We’ll put that to the test this challenge. I will work out a minimum of two times a week (I also need to start tracking my numbers again) [fitness] Life side quest: Complete the 5k on April 19th. Motivation: teh ladies, to not develop diabetes, and to just all around be awesome
  10. Wrap up: Missions: I will track my food on MyFitnessPal every day, following their calculated calorie recommendation [diet]I missed one day, and one day I didn't put in the whole day. I think overall I did well tracking. I have learned a lot about how much each food costs me calorie wise, and I'm still learning how to each within my goals. During this time I have lost about 8 pounds! If i was completely on target I would have lost roughly 12, but there were slip ups along the way. Overall, I give myself a B for this goal for this challenge. I will work out a minimum of two times a week (I also need to start tracking my numbers again) [fitness]I achieved this save for one week. I'm giving myself a B. Life side quest: Get my taxes filed and my FAFSA filled outI got this done. I give myself an A. Overall: B+.
  11. oh wow, so i hadn't tracked my body measurements on myfitnesspal is 2 years. looks like i went down an inch on my neck, not quite 3 on my waist, and 4 on my hips.
  12. weird. i somehow managed to match my calorie goal EXACTLY on myfitnesspal today.
  13. Meal preping's difficult when i'm living off of whatever the school's providing that day. I'm trying to keep myself ahead of the game by looking ahead at what they're going to have that day and planning accordingly, but they're not the best at having what's on their website match what they actually put out. on the plus side though Jennifer's pretty awesome at making good meals that are pretty low cal and filling, so eating with her helps a ton, especially since she's keeping track just like me.
  14. Wish i woulda taken a photo of it. It looked a little odd, but was good. I made this for me and the girlie: 1 sweet potato, skinned and steamed 2 cups frozen broccoli 1 cup instant white rice 1 tablespoon coconut oil 4 jumbo eggs seasonings (seasoned salt, oregano, garlic) take all of the above except eggs, combine it into a skillet until cooked through pretty well. then scramble and add eggs. cook til done then serve. i split it into 2 servings, each being roughly 530 cals each. it was mighty filling.
  15. Also, i'm thinking for the next challenge to attempt intermittent fasting, or at least a variation of it. I'm thinking of having somewhere between 8 and midnight be my cutoff point and then just not eating until noonish, but still eating the same amount of calories i would for the day.
  16. Haven't checked in ifor a while. Everything's going good. I've been getting my workouts in, at least 2 a week, sometimes 3. I've been getting better at managing how much i eat, and it's getting easier. So far I've lost 7 pounds from my highest after the breakup (we're back together, i dunno how much of this story i posted on here). Here in about a week or two my friends and I will be switchign up our workout. we're going to move to strong lifts 5x5 (i'm kinda already there, but still doing 3x10 instead of 5x5) for two workouts, and then for the optional third workout doing calisthenics. I cam out with a workout that i tried for the first time yesterday. For the new workout, i started with a 10 minute walk to warm up. Then, i do several rounds of calisthenics, with jumping jacks, pushups, lunges, and squats. I started with 5 jumping jacks, 1 pushup, 1 lunge, and 5 squats for the first round. for the second round i bumped my jumping jacks by 2 and everything else by 1. i repeated this process until i was too tired to continue, which was 8 rounds. i did a total of 96 jumping jacks, 36 pushups, 36 lunges, and 68 squats. i definitely feel it today. For the nest calisthenics day i'm starting at 9 jumping jacks, 4 pushups, 4 lunges, and 6 squats.
  17. I gotta take Calc 1 this summer so I can take Discrete 1 next Fall so that i can co-enroll with a Comp. Sci. class that requires discrete 1 as a pre-req. (this was approved by my c.s. advisor)
  18. Daily checklist: 2014-03-02 tracked food: a bad day food wise.... starting a new leaf monday. worked out: volleyball!
  19. Daily checklist:8 2014-03-01 tracked food: yes, over again. ok, time to take this seriously. worked out: nope
  20. Daily checklist:8 2014-02-27 tracked food: yes, over again. ok, gotta focus on this more. worked out: nope, but helped set up some tables and chairs for a chess tournament at the local high school, so got a small workout there.
  21. Daily checklist: 2014-02-27 tracked food: yes, 224 calories over :-/ worked out: nope, day off
  22. Daily checklist: 2014-02-26 tracked food: yes, and only over by 130 calories this time. worked out: yup, kicked ass and took names
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