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  1. Just a place - content to follow Time to add some content here. Made a pretty table in my journal for tracking all the things. I think I actually overdid it by going for 3 weeks in one table... it will probably not be clean and pretty at the end of week 2... but it is what it is. Not sure how much more mileage I'll get out of this journal, it's pretty close to full. This next challenge will be about taking better care. Of myself, mostly. As so very often before. I have a multitude of bad food choices headed my way, or at least there's b
  2. Morning all! I've had a recurring thought over the past couple months. I eat relatively cleanly (a lot of homecooking) and rarely feel "hangry" (its for the safety of the children/staff I work with). There have been times in the past where I've eaten well during the day, tracked all my calories and completed my food diary and fitnesspal gets all "uh...uh (Z-snap) you ain't eaten enough." This has happened on days when I'd still be 700-900 calories in the green still at the end of the day and NOT hungry...so I'd eat half a pint of ice-cream to make fitnesspal happy. My g
  3. TL;DR - I'm starting to suspect that my inability to sleep for more than 3 hours per night is directly related to my food intake, particularly by caloric deficit. Anyone have any experience with this? Backstory: Ok, so I've been an on and off vegan/vegetarian for years. Recently I graduated from grad school, got a solid job, and moved to a solid residence, so I decided to fully commit to veganism once and for all. I have a multitude of reasons, and don't intend to ever go back to meat or dairy or processed food (or leather or animal-tested or...). That being
  4. sup y'all! well i was planning on kicking into high gear on the 1st of November and have decided to be undeterred by the next challenge's far-away start date of November 10th. my goal is to do this challenge from 1st November - 1st January. so here we go! let's get physical - 5 days/week working out i've got a punching bag. i've got running shoes. i've got a weighted vest. i've got HIIT and bodyweight routines. in short, i've got a lot of options and i shouldn't get bored doing the same thing over and over again. i am going to hold myself accountable for doing one workout for five days of e
  5. Hi everyone, I made a post in the New to Fitness section asking some general questions about my diet and exercise in relation to losing body fat and got some great advice, but I have some specific questions that are best suited here. First off, I am 22, male, 6', and weight 155 lbs. My BMI is 21, and my BMR is 1741 (according to My Fitness Pal). I do HIIT 3 times a week, and lift 2 days a week (full body, no splits yet). My HIIT session is difficult for me, and takes about 15 minutes. The lifting session takes me about 1.5 hours, sometimes less if I go harder. I have started tracking
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