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    Default Hi and welcome to my first log!

    Seven months ago in, March 2014, I made a lifestyle change. It has greatly benefited me, and the physical results that have come with are astonishing! I have lost 35 Lbs in my seven months.



    I was introduced to the treadmill for the first time. I never was much of an athletic type of girl, so I started with walking my first two weeks and slowly progressed into running at speed 5.0 for 2-3 minutes.

    After that I was working on building my cardio for longer durations. Now, October 2014, I am running for 10-15 minutes on speeds of a steady 6.0 - 8.0 at intervals. My days vary.

    I am on the treadmill for 30 - 40 minutes 6 days a week. I give myself a day off because it seems that when I come back to running on a Monday or Tuesday, I am well rested for another 6 day period of cardio.






    As far as weight training goes, I have a 4-day split. I train my back, bi's and tri's, chest and shoulders and then of course I have my Leg day. I do some core work as well.



    Diet!!! >>> WATER! Water, water, water and more water...!

    I tend to skip breakfast, but if I am unusually hungry in the morning period, I'll eat a couple of eggs with cheese. I follow the guidelines of the Anafit Diet.

    I try to eat as much salad as I possibly can, mixing it up with different ingredients and light (not heavy) dressings to make it delicious but still strictly healthy. Snack wise, I stick with Nuts (Almonds, Pistachios, Walnuts,

    etc.), Seeds (Sunflower, Pumpkin) or Swiss and Turkey wrapped up together. If I decide to choose fruit for a snack, I usually add it to a glass of Ice water and eat the fruit after I drink the water, which is really nice

    because it creates a natural flavor for your water. Dinner... I always try to eat a small salad before I eat my meal. This usually makes me 40% fuller before I eat the main course.

    Drinking water works well with me at dinner because it takes up more of my appetite and digests my food more ( so its mostly digested before bedtime). I always make a vegetable or two as well. I prefer Asparagus,

    Brussels Sprouts or Sauteed mushrooms. Staying green is best. I really enjoy grilled chicken breast. My boyfriend makes the best meat on the grille.

    I also really enjoy Lamb and Steak, however I am staying away from these meats because they are high in Fat.

    A great recipe I will have to share is the Black Bean Burger >> completely vegetarian and completely delicious!




    So Starting today, October 28, 2014, I am setting a 2-week goal (which is why this is my first log, because I am new to the AFBoard) and my goal is -10 lbs by November 11, 2014 (two weeks) Have not yet done this specifically so I hope it goes as well as I think it will. ^_^


    Wish me Luck!

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    Welcome! I'm assuming as your name states, that you are Ulter's GF?

    If so, welcome to the family, and you are also a very pretty lady, as i've seen your pics.
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    congrats on all the progress thus far. It sounds that rather then embark upon a diet or exercise program, you've made changes to both your lifestyle and habits - which is brilliant. Certainly not easy to do, but far more effective over the long haul.

    Looking forward to watching your continued progress.
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    Welcome!
    You're making changes that will benefit you for a lifetime.

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    breakfast - 2 eggs slice of turkey half a cup of shredded cheese 1/2 cup of OJ with coffee

    lunch - did not eat lunch

    cardio - 35 minutes in intervals - began 3 min walk, run for 12 minutes, walk for 10, run for 7 minutes, cant remember after that

    weights - All are 3x10...cable lat pull downs 65, seated row 85, DB bent over row 25, strap pull down 55

    protein - 20 gr of protein isolate mix

    dinner - green salad, variety of vegetables, grilled chicken, blue cheese and blue cheese dressing w/ a bottle of water



    (Thanks to everyone who read my log) (Yes, I am Ulter's girlfriend)
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    Thanks for posting a log. This is great!
    Note to members and staff reading this log: BGF is not on a contest prep diet by any means as PeteM noted. By simply changing her daily diet and changing what used to be idle time into weight training and cardio time, she is getting leaner and stronger. It's fun to watch, as posted. One more for team fitness!!


    BTW calves most competitors would love to have. Me too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulter View Post
    OH MY!!!!
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    a confident person will show you what they've done.

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    Great work!

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