100 lb. Club - My plan for the week

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10-23-2005, 08:37 PM
Here is my plan for the week:
- healthy breakfast
- no picking
- no "sweets"
_ use bow flex at least once

I'll try that for a couple days and see how I do.

10-23-2005, 11:46 PM
I think it's a good plan! :)

My plan for the week:

Only 2 meals "out".
2 cups of tea at night, every night.
green tea as beverage throughout day, also 1 liter water.
2-3 exercise days.

10-24-2005, 08:45 AM
My plan for the week:

* Exercise Monday and Tuesday
* Eat moderately, one 'treat' a day only, worked in calorie-wise
* Eat a hearty breakfast on early Monday (breakfast burrito), and a big lunch (crock pot shrimp creole), to prepare for...
* Drive down to Disney World :)

I'll be at Disney Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and driving home Sunday. My plans are thus....

* Sensible breakfast but I need protein! Egg beater veggie omelette would be so good, barring that, some yogurt or milk or cheese or nuts or something. I might try to think of something 'proteiny' to bring, like a Luna Bar, but those utterly don't fill me up.
* Thursday and Friday, have my 'big meal' at mid-afternoon. Pick what I want, but don't stuff myself. Skip the bread, appetizer, and dessert as a rule. Snack lightly for dinner. This changes on Saturday when I have dinner reservations.
* Seek out the fresh fruit carts and fat free frozen yogurt for snacks.
* One treat per day, if I want it (cookie, some dessert, popcorn...)
* Eat some vegetables each day. At least one serving of veggies, at least one serving of fruit. :)
* Scout out the restaruants and counter service online before I go, so I know where the healthy choices are.

10-24-2005, 11:44 AM
Sounds like great plans all.
Here's mine
Exercise 6 days for at least 1 hour a day
Get in my protein and veggies each day
Try for at least 2 bike rides (count toward 6 days of exercise)

10-24-2005, 03:15 PM
Good plans; simple, to the point, and very achievable. Good luck everyone! Make sure to check back in and tell whether you were able to meet all of your goals or not.


10-25-2005, 08:53 PM
Hi everyone.

Thanks for your posts. I'm feeling for you rabidstoat. DisneyWorld would be quite a challenge for me!!! My plan for the week is to finish my LMT. About 53 miles of cycling by Monday.


10-25-2005, 10:59 PM
I changed my breakfast to yogurt with a piece of fruit, added veges as a snack, eliminated WW meals and I am eating whole wheat bread with tuna for lunch. drinking more water, eliminated my FUZE green tea(because walmart was out!!)
Refocus first thing in the morning to get back on track! (see prev post about cupcakes :) )

10-26-2005, 11:17 PM
quick update:
- healthy breakfast - yep, been doing well on that one - fibre one "pellets" with skim milk most ams. Scrambled egg one day
- no picking - trying REALLY hard. :dizzy: Marked improvement
- no "sweets" - a few lapses, but overall an improvement
_ use bow flex at least once - :carrot: I DID IT !!!!!! Discovered I do have a few muscles buried - I know 'cos they burned and are tired out. I also went for a good walk at lunch today. Was going to go to the office but caught a glimpse of a local walking trail along a river. Had a good 30 min walk communing with nature.

All in all a better week so far. :) :)

10-27-2005, 12:22 AM
My plan is really simple: no regular soda.. and use fitday.com for the week.

10-27-2005, 11:27 AM
My update
Exercise 6 days for at least 1 hour a day
I've gotten in almost 2 hours for the week as of this morning.
Get in my protein and veggies each day
Been doing that.
Try for at least 2 bike rides (count toward 6 days of exercise)
Not a ride yet. I was going to last night but just couldn't get myself to put my leg over the seat.

10-28-2005, 10:59 AM
I'm a little late to the thread, seeing as how it's Friday already. I was in a little slump for the last couple of weeks (still losing, but just not as motivated). I've increased my exercise and started tracking food intake again and I think I've got my motivation back now.

Good plans!