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Old 06-30-2014, 10:58 AM   #76
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Oops, I slacked on copying in my data.

June 26 mutu w1d4
- mutu core phase 1 x 2
- 25 min walk
- 1645 calories
- carb/fat/protein 47/25/28%
- no desserts or sugary drinks, protein at breakfast

June 27 mutu w1d5
- mutu core phase 1 x 2
- 20 min walk
- 1738 calories
- carb/fat/protein 64/17/19%
- no desserts or sugary drinks, protein at breakfast

June 28 mutu w1d6
- mutu core phase 1 x 2
- 20 min walk
- 1567 calories approx
- carb/fat/protein 51/31/17%
- did have dessert, but no sugary drinks, protein at breakfast

June 29 mutu w1d7
- mutu core phase 1 x 2
- 20 min walk
- 1810 calories
- carb/fat/protein 63/19/18%
- no desserts or sugary drinks, missed my breakfast eggs though
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Old 06-30-2014, 10:59 AM   #77
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Saef, I think that is pretty much the whole point of NRLW -- not to let your body get to "used" to any particular exercise, but to keep it guessing. That's their theory of how to keep getting stronger rather than getting stuck in a rut. I will tell you that I adjusted my "goal" weight from 130 to 135 after I finished NRLW because I had gained 5lbs but actually fit into smaller clothes!
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Old 06-30-2014, 01:29 PM   #78
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Friday, Saturday: nothing really

Sunday: Fueled by massive overeating guilt/feeling fat and TOM anxiety - 6 miles running on treadmill in 10 minute bursts, DB bench press, shoulder press, bent over DB rows, chest flies, lat pulldowns, lying triceps extensions, bench dips, leg raises and planks.

Monday: KB swings, KB deadlifts, rowing machine, jump squats, KB goblet squats, planks. Knee hurts from all that running yesterday!

saef: I do "a bunch of random crap." A program and eating to propel that program would yield FAR better results, I'm sure.

What is your ideal spin music?
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Old 07-01-2014, 09:16 AM   #79
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June 30 mutu w2d1
- mutu core phase 1 x 2
- 20 min walk
- 1460 calories
- carb/fat/protein 58/24/18%
- no desserts or sugary drinks, protein at breakfast
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Old 07-01-2014, 03:13 PM   #80
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Since I'm out here in Monterey, and I can't do my usual DVDs, I am walking/jogging outside. This cannot be done in Florida in the summer, at least by me. I thought about doing the C25K that Saef suggested but I thought the beginning weeks would be too easy. I was wrong about that! IDK, maybe it is just a different climate or because I am jogging outside, but I can only go a few minutes, compared to when I was in FL on the treadmill I could go ten minutes.

I feel like such a geek walking/jogging. Although, I honestly don't care, I just laugh about it. Here is why: I have my FitBit on (had that since December and love it). I have a Polar Heart monitor on around my chest and the wrist band to watch my heart rate. Just got it a week ago and love it! And then my DS told me about the app Endomundo so I have my iphone on to track the distance. I recently read Year Younger Next Year for Women and am trying to do at least 45 minutes in the 65+ heart range so that's why I got the HRM. I suppose the FitBit and App are really doing the same thing but oh well, I'll figure out what I like best. I joined a challenge on the Endomundo website. It is just a 100 miles in July. I started with 3 the first day and am up to 3.6 today.
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Old 07-01-2014, 08:27 PM   #81
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Krampus, well, life is pretty random, so an exercise practice to match seems fine to me.

And my taste in music is eclectic. One of the good things about me as I got older is that, over time, I grew out of any early tendencies toward snobbery in music. For some reason, I know a lot of men my age, good friends whom I care for, who are still chasing after obscure bands that just play for a few nights in some tiny Brooklyn or Manhattan club, and whose taste in music seems integral to their identity and their idea of themselves. I don't take it all as seriously as that. On my iPod this morning at the gym, I had a whole string of classic Al Green songs, but also Britney Spears and Paramore. Whatever gets stuck in my head, or maybe can keep me going on the treadmill for those one-minute sprints.

Sharon, some people are treadmill runners, some people are outdoor runners. Maybe it's the weather, the footing, the impact, the incline, who knows? Running is hard, that's what I think, unless you put in miles regularly every week. Do what you can for now and know you'll get better if you keep doing it. I think this about weights a lot: There's no shame in where I am now. I just need to get the workouts in and it will come easier.
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Old 07-02-2014, 08:53 AM   #82
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July 1 mutu w2d2
- mutu core phase 1 x 2
- 20 min walk
- 1536 calories
- carb/fat/protein 55/22/23%
- no desserts or sugary drinks, protein at breakfast
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