WOOOOOO!!!! Week two!
Weigh in: 325 (-0).
Waist measurement: 50"
Food: Under 2200 Every Day!
Water: 100 oz EVERY DAY!
Exercise: Cardio- 4 hours. Weight lifting: 2 hours.
Book: 100 days of weight loss EVERY DAY!
Partner: Melissa - she's doing well and so excellent at reminding me to get my posts up. I heard from her earlier yesterday. So I know she's alive. We also had a lovely 30 min gmail chat this week. She's super cool. She makes everything from scratch and wants to live in a more rural area than the highly populated east. So basically we want to trade places! :)
Support: Definitely commented on more than 3 blogs this week. Though with work and whatnot, it has slowed me down a little.
Quote: This is not a commitment to a challenge or a diet plan. This is a commitment to your body and a commitment to lifestyle change. This a commitment to a healthier tomorrow.
So here's what I've been learning....
A- I'm addicted/obsessive about weighing. When I see my weight fluctuate... which is normal, I freak out. I don't have a scale at home for a reason. I weigh in at the gym... which also makes me go to the gym if I'm being a curious bear.
B- WHEN I CONSUME TOO FEW CALORIES, I GAIN WEIGHT. Multiple times this week I was below even 1500 calories. And then when I weighed in... 333lbs! WHAT?! However, I've gotten back on track. I'm trying to float around 1900 and vary it so as to keep another plateau from happening.
C - I'm a fiercely independent gym goer. I had a lot of scheduling issues with my dear friend and gym buddy, Trent... and I went without him multiple times... and WORKED MY ASS OFF. Mainly because I was angry he bailed but secondly because I was the only one holding me responsible and I know when I'm crapping out early.
D - If you comment too quickly on multiple blogs, it shuts you out of your blogger account. So for future reference... anyone can reach me at email@example.com
E - I can lose weight even when I eat out. Keep making smart decisions. Broccoli instead of fries. Salad instead of pasta. Salad instead of mashed potatoes. MORE GREEN.
DOWN WITH WEIGHT! UP WITH (smaller sized) PANTS!
Big Fat Learning Love,
P.s. Finished a book this week "The Art of Racing in the Rain." Beautiful. I recommend it. I won't think of dogs the same ever again.