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Wednesday, November 30, 2005

This and That

I was becoming a bit disappointed since the scale wasn't showing any release of fat this past week. I have getting in my 100 minutes of excercise each and every day and am eating a very clean Paleo diet. So WTF? I don't know.

I dusted off my body fat caliper and tantina body fat analyzer. I hadn't used them since I reached my goal of 130 in July. Welll, guess what? Happy days! I have lost .5% of bf. I'll take that. Down to 14.5. I don't really need to go much below that. Made me happy :)

Yesterday I ran 35 minutes on the treadmill in the AM before work. Then ran 5 miles with Topaz on the trail in the PM. Then brought Troy to basketball practice and went to the gym where I lifted some personal bests! 85 pounds on the laying leg curl. Yeah! 85 rockin' pounds. I remember when a pb was 40. That wasn't too long ago.

Let's see..Monday was a 35 minute run on the treadmill and a 7 mile run with Topaz in the PM; lifted for 45 minutes at they gym: back and shoulders. I don't really like lifting shoulders. They're pretty weak.

Today was 50 minutes on the treadmill and will run 50 minutes tonight with run club. Then I have to attend the Orrock Board Meeting all nice and sweaty.

Did you watch The Biggest Loser last night? I caught the last hour since Troy has bb. Oh my gosh. It was awesome. All three had lost over 40%. Amazing and incredible. All success stories.

M1: 1 egg, 8 whites, banana
M2: 1/4 c dried fruit, 2 oz nuts
M3: large green salad with 3 oz canned chicken, olive oil
M4: apple
M5: 6 oz salmon, large green salad w/olive oil
M6: Fruit smoothie


William said...

Congratulations on the low BF!

I don't get the Biggest Loser any more. I watched the first (and second?) season along with the Discovery Health Challenge with Juan Carlos and those were awesome!

Does your salad consist of lettuce only plus the chicken and oil?

PartTimeMom said...

wow! great job on your progress! I always love good news like that!

Ben, aka BadBen said...

Insprirational blog. Keep on running!