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Old 01-30-2014, 06:02 AM   #91
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Good Morning Guys!

I am enjoying learning about the Paleo that you fellas have been talking about.....I had never heard about it before this site (this month). I don't think I could do it personally, but I do enjoy learning about different ways to increase health.

Yesterday was a good day eating wise except for the peanuts. I swear they are like crack to me.....I may need an intervention! Actually both my wife and I agree that as soon as these are gone we will not have any in the house for a month and see what happens. They mess with our stomachs and cannot be good because of the extra carbs.

I didn't exercise per se, but I started moving snow around 5 pm and finished around 9 pm. I am one sore dude today! My arms and shoulders are just about shot just from typing this. And guess what.....It's snowing again! We've gotten about 4 inches so far and will get a couple more before noon. I will have to do more work tonight......alright, enough crying about the weather.

I hope all are staying strong and fighting the good fight.

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Old 01-30-2014, 12:28 PM   #92
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Dunno if this is going into a grey area or not, but since they aren't selling anything I"ll risk it.

Here is what got me started on Paleo. Its a quick and dirty guide to it that makes it pretty simple.

Six Easy Steps to Paleo

Also for grass fed beef, do a google search for mail delivery grass fed beef. We order some of our stuff that way (beef sticks, hot dogs etc). It isnt that much more expensive and it comes to you within about 3 days.
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@BigD,

So, I'm not criticizing.... just curious....

Your fiber numbers look pretty low. I know that with ketogenic diets it's tough to get fiber. Where is your fiber coming from? Are you taking in some green vegetables every day? What carb level are you shooting for per day? Are you still in the induction phase?
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Old 01-31-2014, 08:15 AM   #94
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Happy Friday All,

Ate clean yesterday....actually wasn't too hungry for dinner, so I just had a little protein and water and was good all night. Exercise was moving snow again.

Got a wedding tomorrow evening. I am driving, so that will be my excuse for not drinking, which is nice. Don't really need to stop the fat burn.

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Checking in - Feeling good today. I have a challenging weekend - lots of time away from home, lot of opportunity to blow the progress I have made. I am going to work hard to keep from running into issues.

Have a great weekend everyone. Hope everyone can stay mostly on track for the Super Bowl!
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Your fiber numbers look pretty low. I know that with ketogenic diets it's tough to get fiber. Where is your fiber coming from? Are you taking in some green vegetables every day? What carb level are you shooting for per day? Are you still in the induction phase?
My fiber is coming from greens and other vegetables. I try to intake two cups salad greens and 1 cup of some other vegetable each day. I don't always get it in both though.

I'm just outside of induction with goals of 25-30 net carbs per day. I will probably max out at 40-45 net carbs. That's about the limit I can do and still lose weight. The added carbs will usually come from more veggies, nuts, berries and an occasional low carb tortilla. Avocado is also a big player in my diet, but I haven't found many good ones recently.
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Old 02-01-2014, 04:19 PM   #97
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Happy February people.

Jan 6 - 269.8
Feb 1 - 259.6

Not bad for the month. I'll be super happy if I can keep that up in the coming months. Probably not as we're ending super strict paleo in about 7 days, and we're heading to Hawaii in 12 days.

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Nice job CTI. Wish I was going to Hawaii too. I really miss that state this time of year!
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Try not to lust....

This is what 5 pounds of pure fat loss looks like. Not impressed? Me neither. It sure seems like feeling like I was going to throw up/and/or die three times per week for a solid month doing boot camp style cardio would've bought me more, but it is what it is.....

My body fat meter says that my lean body mass/muscle stayed the same at about 162 pounds, and that I lost 5 pounds of pure fat. Here's to hoping that 10 pounds of pure fat loss looks significantly better than 5. I knew not to expect much, but I guess I got my hopes up anyway.

Jan 1st: 218.2 pounds @ 25.6% body fat
Feb 1st: 213 pounds @ 24.0% body fat.

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Old 02-02-2014, 08:58 PM   #100
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Chasing - I can tell a slight difference - no B.S. The lighting is different and you have your back arched more on the right. That arch gives your abdomen a larger appearance. Keep going. If you can do that workout 3x per week and still be standing, the results will come.

I just wrapped up 3.2 miles on the treadmill. I am hoping to get into the upper 220s this week and spend the next 2-3 weeks getting in the low 220s. I set a goal back at the beginning of the month to drop to 220 before getting back into my P90 program. I felt the last times I tried to jump back into the cardio/stregth DVD set that I ended up injured and frustrated. I quit before the end of week 1 because what once was easy was really hard to do carrying an extra 20 lbs. I talked with a coworker the other day and she suggested trying the 30 minute P90x3 workout. Anyone tried that? I love p90 because I can get it done in 40 minutes. I hated P90x because by the time it was all said and done, over an hour went by (1.5 hours if you do Yoga X). Not that I want to invest another $150 into a DVD set, but if it is effective I would be all over it.
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Old 02-03-2014, 04:18 AM   #101
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Monday Weigh In

Jan. 6: 246.8
Jan. 13: 245.0
Jan. 20: 239.6
Jan. 27: 235.4
Feb. 3: 230.8

LOSS: 4.6 lbs

Looking for the 220s this week.
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Thanks, Huff. The encouragement definitely helps.

I have very little understanding of weight loss and fat loss, especially the way it happens in my body. It definitely isn't linear, as I just had a 3 1/2 pound jump yesterday.

I am doing IIFYM. Supposedly, if you don't see any weight loss changes in 10 days, then you should lower your daily carb intake by 10 grams. So, I didn't see any changes for 10 days. On day 11 - today - I saw a 3 1/2 pound drop. That I know of, I didn't take a diuretic yesterday. So, I guess I should keep everything the same? Who knows.

Today's weight: 209.6 (8.6 pound loss for the month)
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Huff,

I know this is a stupid question, but is going to the gym not feasible or convenient?

I have done Power 90 when starting out, and I love all of the Beach Body products, but it's tough to duplicate benching, dead lifting, or squatting at home. For me, the only home exercise that gives adequate resistance is pull ups/chin ups. I've always been weak in that area, and I can only do 4 or 5 chins at my body weight before failure. I might be able to do 2 or 3 pull ups, depending on grip width.

I guess it depends on your ultimate goals. As I've proven over the past month in my body, gaining any type of muscle mass while in a calorie deficit is tough to do, so it might not matter very much what type of resistance training you do. At least according to my body fat meter, I kept a consistent 162 pounds of lean body mass throughout the entire month, even though I was lifting heavy.
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Chasing - not a stupid question at all. I have gone to the gym and even have access to a free gym if I choose (15 minute drive to get there - but has a lot of equipment and if the time is right I would be the only one present). I like the convenience factor of in-home workouts. I can decide when I workout and how long. There is never a line for the equipment I have and I do not have to park, sign in, put my belongings in a locker, or make sure my kids (who would always come along) are not getting into any trouble.

Also, I have setup a killer workout room in my basement. Last night I was watching Netflix while walking and I could have easily walked more had it not been so late.

Another thing - when the weather gets nice I have a hard time working out indoors. I love being outside for a walk or ride meaning my membership gets ignored and wasted.

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Old 02-03-2014, 11:08 AM   #105
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Monday Check in,

1-6-14: 238
1-13-14: 239
1-20-14: 242
1-27-14: 239
2-3-14: 238

Loss for the month = 0

Had a pretty good weekend eating....stuck to mostly low carb options other than some potatoes at the wedding. I was so hungry by the time the dinner was brought out, I couldn't hold out on the spuds.

The game was a little boring last night, but the food I ate was good and low carb.

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Old 02-03-2014, 11:41 AM   #106
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Jan 6 - 230.6
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Jan 20 - 219.4
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Feb 3 - 213.4

Another good week on the scale. I know it's going to end soon, but I love seeing these losses every week. At this point 1.5 pounds a week is the goal, and that might be pushing it.

Day 26 - 2596 Calories, 25.1 carbs (6.1 fiber) - 30 minutes walking
Day 27 -2434 calories, 43.3 carbs (4.9 fiber) - no exercise
Day 28 - 2005 calories, 51.7 carbs (12.3 fiber) - no exercise

Carbs were higher all weekend than intended, but not too excessive. My hammy was still bothering me Friday after walking, so I took saturday and sunday off. I jogged this morning without any problem.

Bulk - I definitely see a difference.

Huff - the time is the main problem I had with p90x. By the time you got setup, did warmup, cool down, ab ripper, etc it was 90+ minutes every day. I really liked doing it and it worked, but I can't make that much time each day. I haven't tried the other videos, but might give them a shot with the lower times.

I wonder if CTI has stopped partying, yet?
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Old 02-04-2014, 06:07 AM   #107
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Not much to report. Hamstring's better, so I'm jogging again. Feeling good.
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Hey Guys,

Nothing to report....just checking in.

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Hurt my foot last night doing burpees at crossfit. Wound up at urgent care last night, verdict is a sprined lower foot. Ugh. Why do I always hurt myself when I'm finally clicking on on cylinders. At least it's a sprain and not a break like last time.

Bad news is that I probably won't be able to run my 5k this weekend, but hopefully I'll be back to 100% by Hawaii next week.

On a brighter note the WOD I hurt myself on was a benchmark one for our paleo challenge, 7 min of burpees as many as you can. I hurt it about 5 min in at around 50 burpees. Took a quick rest and pushed to the end. Ended up with 61 with the hurt foot (previous record was 55!) Today is our second benchmark WOD and since it involves running, kettlebell swings, and pull-ups I'll probably have to sit out. Ugh.

I'll know within a couple days how the challenge went. I'm a contender for a podium finish for sure. I also finish my bike tour Sunday and I'll find out prizes for that next week.
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Lol no! The whole city is going nuts right now. Huge parade tomorrow and basically the whole state is shutting down.
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Chasing - not a stupid question at all. I have gone to the gym and even have access to a free gym if I choose (15 minute drive to get there - but has a lot of equipment and if the time is right I would be the only one present). I like the convenience factor of in-home workouts. I can decide when I workout and how long. There is never a line for the equipment I have and I do not have to park, sign in, put my belongings in a locker, or make sure my kids (who would always come along) are not getting into any trouble.

Also, I have setup a killer workout room in my basement. Last night I was watching Netflix while walking and I could have easily walked more had it not been so late.

Another thing - when the weather gets nice I have a hard time working out indoors. I love being outside for a walk or ride meaning my membership gets ignored and wasted.
If you don't like going to the gym, maybe look at crossfit style work outs. The whole movement was founded out of guys garage and basements with minimal equipment. They are short high intensity workouts and you can find tons of them for free online. Most boxes only recommend 2-3 days a week for optimal fat loss as well. It's worth a look at least.
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CTI - I have the same problems with getting injured when I'm really rolling. I've become overly sensitive to any possible injury. Interrupting one workout is much better than being sidelined for 3 weeks.
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Checking in on a Wednesday Morning.

Things are going well. I have been trying new recipes to shake things up. I made a low carb pancake this morning and it was actually pretty darn good (Linda Sue's low carb site). I used some sugar free syrup (5 carbs per 1/4 cup) and it tasted just like normal box pancakes. I will make this one again for sure.....I was getting a little sick of eggs in the a.m. I've got tuna salad for lunch.

Injuries suck....I am lucky so far that I have never had anything major that sidelined me for too long, but I can tell that as I age, it takes a heck of a lot longer to heal.

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Not much to report. Weight has gone up a pound each day this week so far. Hopefully it will go back down by Monday.
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Good Morning Guys.

I am still on track. I was too steadily increasing each day until I got on the scale this morning and had a big drop in lbs. I hope it stays until official weigh in on Monday. I have dramatically increased my water intake, so hopefully it continues.

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Way more calories than I realized yesterday. While jogging on Wednesday, I ripped open a blister on my foot. I didn't realize I had done it until I took my shoe off and my sock was a bloody mess. I decided to give it yesterday and today to heal a little, and use those as my off days instead of the weekend. Weight was steady today, but I'm still up 4 lbs from Monday. Hopefully I'll get a Harley-like drop this weekend.
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Hi Guys,

Well the weight stayed off from yesterday so that is a good thing. Eats were good, but I did have 2 adult beverages last night, so that wasn't so good.

I had plans to take the family up north to a friend's place snowmobiling, but my son came down with something yesterday afternoon, so that trip is out the window. He doesn't look to good, so I hope it doesn't go through the whole house, but it probably will.

Have a great weekend everyone and stay strong!

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Harley, hope your son is feeling better and everyone is doing well.

I stayed out partying with the wife until 2 am Saturday morning and drank rum like a fish. My calories went WAY over. For whatever reason, I woke up this morning weighing more with a lower body fat percentage than I've seen in awhile.

I have an Indian friend who invites me for a bike ride once or twice per week. Every time I go to his house, he has a new Indian dish that he wants me to try. I refuse for awhile, telling him that I'm on a diet, but I've given in three times now. I enjoy bike riding with him, but I have to find a way to stop giving in.

My body fat meter has a "Normal" mode and an "Athletic" mode. Normal mode registers me 3% higher than Athletic mode. I decided to go ahead and start all my measurements using "Athletic" mode. My meter registers me at 20.2% body fat as of this morning. That puts me at 43 pounds of fat and approximately 170 pounds of muscle. I'm targeting 8% body fat, which puts my target weight at 185 pounds. I'll probably be happy long before that.

All of my macros are computed off of my body fat percentage.

As of today, I am taking in 302 grams of carbs, 213 grams of protein, and 68 grams of fat per day.

I also started taking creatine last Wednesday night. I am holding some fluid from that, but I feel stronger and less achy. Hopefully my body fat percentage holds for tomorrow morning.
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Checking in - I had better weeks. A couple of visits to local restaurants. I did not go nuts and eat everything on the menu, but it was a set back. Ate some garbage yesterday, but again did not go crazy. Then, I wake up this morning with either food poisoning or that 24 hour stomach bug going around. Hardly ate a thing today. I was nauseated most of the day.

I have seen the upper 220s this week. Hoping to hold this until tomorrow and then continue forward this week.

Sorry to see all the injuries in boot camp! I have not been on the treadmill much over the week not due to injury but poor time management. I am going to do better this week. I have more to do and it seems like I have better focus on those weeks.
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I have a neighbor like this - however every time I go over instead of Indian food there is ample beer. Does not matter if I go with a light or heavy beer, it is always a setback on the scale even when I have only a few. It really tears me. I want to cut this weight and I want to keep on socializing. It usually turns into an all or nothing - either go or don't. Either way, there is a disappointment.
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