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Combination Approach + Accountability

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Old 05-30-2013, 05:41 PM   #1
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After spending countless hours reading about different approaches, I think I've come up with a plan that will work for me. It's basically the Mayo Clinic healthy weight pyramid, but with a few tweaks:
  1. No sugar, no flour, no excuses. When I binge, its always on sugary crap, crackers, and/or bread. I think it's best I cut these out completely-- they're like crack to me!
  2. Increase the allowable calories a bit. They recommend 1200 for me, but it's not sustainable. I get so ravenously hungry that I binge. No bueno. For right now, I'll stick with 1600 per day. With every 10 lb. lost, I will calculate the amount of calories I need to keep losing and adjust accordingly. If I plateau, I'll use calorie cycling until I break the plateau.
  3. 3 days of cardio, 3 days of weight training, and 1 day of yoga (my "rest" day) per week.

Today was my "last meal" so to speak, and I went to town on some KFC. I'll take measurements and post stats tonight and begin food planning/journaling tomorrow.

Wish me luck.
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Old 05-30-2013, 06:49 PM   #2
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