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Old 07-10-2013, 04:24 PM   #31
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So far, I've done 3 c25k workouts... With 3 different running partners.
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Old 07-10-2013, 05:30 PM   #32
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7/9 - 18 minutes of cardio and 47 minutes of weight lifting - 668 calories
7/10 - 83 minutes of cardio - 895 calories
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Old 07-10-2013, 07:13 PM   #33
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I did 40 minutes of cardio (treadmill/elliptical) this morning. Looking forward to a repeat in 10 hours!
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Old 07-11-2013, 07:23 AM   #34
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Hey Panelman....Borrowing your reporting style if you don't mind.

7/10 - 40 minutes cardio (treadmill/elliptical)
7/11 - 40 minutes cardio (treadmill)
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Old 07-11-2013, 07:56 AM   #35
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Last night was week 4 day 1 of my c25k program.

Do others have issues with a weight bounce when they first started exercising or pushed their exercising further? I know my muscles are retaining water so I'm not too concerned, but I'm wondering how long its going to last. Thanks!
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Old 07-11-2013, 07:55 PM   #36
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Slow start to the month (weird stomach thing for several days), but jumping in now ...

7/9 - 45 mins aerobics + 15 minutes weight machines
7/11 - 20 minutes HIIT on treadmill + 80 minutes yard work

Mike - you burn a lot of calories in your workouts ... do you adjust your calories for that at all (such as choosing one of the activity levels on Dr. Johnson's calculator or something like that?)

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Last night was week 4 day 1 of my c25k program.

Do others have issues with a weight bounce when they first started exercising or pushed their exercising further? I know my muscles are retaining water so I'm not too concerned, but I'm wondering how long its going to last. Thanks!
I've been exercising all along, and my losses have been overall steady if not speedy (average 5 lbs/mo.), but I did stall once when I increased exercise and decreased calories at the same time. I still don't know exactly what happened there ... maybe I was building muscle/retaining water so it only looked like a stall, or maybe I freaked my body out with too much of a deficit. I did break through that stall with more DD calories, which could have been just what I needed or just a coincidence. I wish I knew!

Exercise does mess with the scale sometimes, but it is worth it! (At least I think so ... although I also support those who choose not to exercise much until goal). I think we have to do our best to trust that internally good things are happening even if the scale looks weird. If you are exercising and your eating has been close to your calories (you don't have to be perfect) try to have confidence that it's working no matter what the scale says, and try to ignore the scale a little. Someday we will have super accurate fat percentage scales and we won't have to worry about this!

Of course, it's easier to say than to experience myself. I have about a two week limit ... after that, I start to get crabby when I don't see a new low.

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I try to use a rebounder to get my blood pumping .I have bursitis in my hip and it is not pretty. If I can get in 8 min in the a.m. that can set the tone for the day. Not every day works as planned band right now try is the best I can do. Some lbs off would help the pain I am sure
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7/10 - 40 minutes cardio (treadmill/elliptical)
7/11 - 40 minutes cardio (treadmill)
7/12 - 40 minutes cardio (eliptical)


I forgot how much I enjoy early morning exercise! 8 more days of steady state cardio and then I'll get into alternating shorter HIIT workouts focusing on cardio and resistance training. Can't wait!
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Slow start to the month (weird stomach thing for several days), but jumping in now ...

7/9 - 45 mins aerobics + 15 minutes weight machines
7/11 - 20 minutes HIIT on treadmill + 80 minutes yard work

Mike - you burn a lot of calories in your workouts ... do you adjust your calories for that at all (such as choosing one of the activity levels on Dr. Johnson's calculator or something like that?)
I used the 1-3 days a week activity level and the 40% maintenance level while I try to level out at 190. I will likely slowly go up to the 60% level once I get to 190 to see if I can maintain there. I need more calories to try to increase strength but I don't want to gain fat. I'm finally seeing some decent drop in fat in my stomach area with this level of exercise and calories so it seems to be working well. I never eat back any of my exercise calories though, because I have mostly accounted for them in my calorie levels already, and I don't necessarily trust the "calories burned" numbers entirely.
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Old 07-12-2013, 06:42 PM   #42
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7/1 - 15 minutes of cardio and 45 minutes of weight lifting - 606 calories
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7/6 - 7.55 mile run/walk - 1318 calories
7/7 - 35 minutes of cardio and 30 minutes of weight lifting - 736 calories
7/9 - 18 minutes of cardio and 47 minutes of weight lifting - 668 calories
7/10 - 83 minutes of cardio - 895 calories
7/11 - 15 minutes of cardio and 45 minutes of weight lifting - 627 calories
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I used the 1-3 days a week activity level and the 40% maintenance level while I try to level out at 190. I will likely slowly go up to the 60% level once I get to 190 to see if I can maintain there. I need more calories to try to increase strength but I don't want to gain fat. I'm finally seeing some decent drop in fat in my stomach area with this level of exercise and calories so it seems to be working well. I never eat back any of my exercise calories though, because I have mostly accounted for them in my calorie levels already, and I don't necessarily trust the "calories burned" numbers entirely.
Yay! That is great news!

I have stalled out in the past when I've had too big of a calories cut/calories burned deficit, and so I'm experimenting to find the right levels for me. I keep wondering if I should use the 1-3 days activity level daily, or use the no exercise figure as a base and add back part of the calories the days I exercise only (not all of them, because I agree, it's hard to know how accurate they are). I exercise pretty consistently, but not (at least, not in any kind of significant way) nearly every day like you do. You've inspired me to add more weight training in!

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Old 07-12-2013, 07:45 PM   #44
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Yay! That is great news!

I have stalled out in the past when I've had too big of a calories cut/calories burned deficit, and so I'm experimenting to find the right levels for me. I keep wondering if I should use the 1-3 days activity level daily, or use the no exercise figure as a base and add back part of the calories the days I exercise only (not all of them, because I agree, it's hard to know how accurate they are). I exercise pretty consistently, but not (at least, not in any kind of significant way) nearly every day like you do. You've inspired me to add more weight training in!
Weight training can never hurt, as long as you take it slow and find a good starting weight and progress from there. The only reason I'm working out so much right now is because I can. My daughter is away at camp and it's a good opportunity to try to burn off some of this last bit of fat, increase strength and make it to my final target before I go on vacation in August. Once I reach my goals I'll probably go back to 3 weight training sessions a week and walk a couple times a week and do some hiking instead. Once I back off on the strength training I will need to re-evaluate the calories again to make sure I'm maintaining and not gaining or losing.
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7/10 - 83 minutes of cardio - 895 calories
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I've been exercising all along, and my losses have been overall steady if not speedy (average 5 lbs/mo.), but I did stall once when I increased exercise and decreased calories at the same time. I still don't know exactly what happened there ... maybe I was building muscle/retaining water so it only looked like a stall, or maybe I freaked my body out with too much of a deficit. I did break through that stall with more DD calories, which could have been just what I needed or just a coincidence. I wish I knew!

Exercise does mess with the scale sometimes, but it is worth it! (At least I think so ... although I also support those who choose not to exercise much until goal). I think we have to do our best to trust that internally good things are happening even if the scale looks weird. If you are exercising and your eating has been close to your calories (you don't have to be perfect) try to have confidence that it's working no matter what the scale says, and try to ignore the scale a little. Someday we will have super accurate fat percentage scales and we won't have to worry about this!

Of course, it's easier to say than to experience myself. I have about a two week limit ... after that, I start to get crabby when I don't see a new low.
Thanks for the reply!

I think I'm motivated to keep exercising because I can already see the results, and I can feel that my muscles are retaining water so I attribute the bounce to that. It was only a 2lb bounce, so nothing major. I'm finally back to my weight I have posted under my name, thank goodness!
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7/4 - 7.54 mile walk - 986 calories
7/5 - 18 minutes of cardio and 45 minutes of weight lifting - 661 calories
7/6 - 7.55 mile run/walk - 1318 calories
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7/9 - 18 minutes of cardio and 47 minutes of weight lifting - 668 calories
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7/11 - 15 minutes of cardio and 45 minutes of weight lifting - 627 calories
7/12 - 38 minutes of cardio and 40 minutes of weight lifting - 847 calories
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I worked out yesterday for the first time in a long time I have bursitis in my hip and its uncomfortable..I did 30 minutes on the elliptical and shoulder weights Felt really good. today is a dd and I will walk or elliptical as that hurts less when I am doing it. Everything hurts when I get done for awhile. I take a Tylenol before it helps a little . I am glad I can do anything so I take it easy..but I still sweat
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I feel so good that I've decided to start my alternating day resistance and cardio program tomorrow. I'll be working out 6 days a week Monday - Saturday and I'll do a 20 minute HIIT cardio workout on DD's and a 30 minute resistance workout on UD's going forward. It will be challenging but worth it.


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I worked out yesterday for the first time in a long time I have bursitis in my hip and its uncomfortable..I did 30 minutes on the elliptical and shoulder weights Felt really good. today is a dd and I will walk or elliptical as that hurts less when I am doing it. Everything hurts when I get done for awhile. I take a Tylenol before it helps a little . I am glad I can do anything so I take it easy..but I still sweat
Way to go Grammy! It feels great to move doesn't it? Stay motivated and keep going!
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7/4 - 7.54 mile walk - 986 calories
7/5 - 18 minutes of cardio and 45 minutes of weight lifting - 661 calories
7/6 - 7.55 mile run/walk - 1318 calories
7/7 - 35 minutes of cardio and 30 minutes of weight lifting - 736 calories
7/9 - 18 minutes of cardio and 47 minutes of weight lifting - 668 calories
7/10 - 83 minutes of cardio - 895 calories
7/11 - 15 minutes of cardio and 45 minutes of weight lifting - 627 calories
7/12 - 38 minutes of cardio and 40 minutes of weight lifting - 847 calories
7/13 - 7.54 mile run/walk - 1302 calories
7/14 - 18 minutes of cardio and 60 minutes of weight lifting - 773 calories
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I got my "adult" trike on Monday, and have spent 40 minutes Monday, Tuesday and today, riding around my complex. It is mostly flat, but has some inclines that really have me huffing and puffing to get up. Today, my legs were actually shaking by the time I got back to my home! Right now I'm waiting till about 7:00pm to ride, when it starts cooling off some, but I'm still "glowing" profusely by the time I get home! When it starts cooling down, I will ride twice a day, and increase my distance. Such fun! Feels good to be out and about instead of sitting on the sofa getting stiffer. I'm out saying to all my neighbors! (several of them have expressed an interest in getting one. Hope they do!)

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Man I had my first HIIT cardio workout today and I was sweating buckets by the end of it. It feels so good to be active. I look forward to the coming weeks and devotion to exercise 6 days a week. Tomorrow...strength training!

Arkie...your trike sounds like fun! I used to love riding when I was a child but I haven't done it in yeeeeeaaaaarrrrssss.
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Picture would be great Carole!
Ran 20km's today. It was hot for running but I am glad I got it done.
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I didn't get to ride today...it was RAINING this afternoon when I usually ride!
The rain would not have bothered me, but I was wary of stray lightening. We
need a lot more rain. We have burn bans all over the state, and drought conditions, altho not quite as bad as last July, yet!

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