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REPORTING IN - 3/12/05
      #159782 - 03/11/05 11:14 PM
Shell Marr

Reged: 08/04/03
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Loc: Seattle, WA USA

Everyone post their report for what you did on 3/12 here.... mine will follow later....

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no one is ever around on weekends new
      #159958 - 03/12/05 05:47 PM
Little Minnie

Reged: 04/16/04
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Loc: Minnesota

Breakfast: toast and cream of wheat with raisins
exercise: some weights and 30 minutes fast treadmill
snack: luna bar, chex mix (away at lunch time) banana
late lunch: small leftover calzone and tea
few pistachios I want to forget about
dinner: fish with port honey reduction (it was yummy! but for some reason hub thought it tasted fishy and rotten. ) snap peas, potatoes and mushrooms and a ciabatta roll
dessert: raspberry sorbet
water: on target

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Re: REPORTING IN - 3/12/05 new
      #159965 - 03/12/05 06:46 PM
ocafe

Reged: 09/06/03
Posts: 27
Loc: Miami, Florida

Yeah! I just read my Feb. newsletter that you wrote about your success! And I am so thrilled (you have no idea) to know about this board. I plan on becoming a regular. Anyway, today I'm not even going to mention how bad I have done. But I can't wait to succeed like you. I am 5'3" and weight about 210 (I don't know for sure 'cause it's been a few weeks since I've weighed-yes, I'm scared!). I love that I can get meal ideas from here. I have been eating Luna bars and that's working out great. It's usually breakfast or a late snack. I'm a teacher, so I am extreeeemly careful throughout the day. Anyway, I am so excited. I have been trying weight watchers, but it has been hard for me. Thanks for being here & I can't wait to chat with you all!

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      #159972 - 03/12/05 07:31 PM
Jeano

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Loc: USA

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      #159978 - 03/12/05 07:56 PM
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Re: REPORTING IN - 3/12/05 new
      #159990 - 03/12/05 08:48 PM
Dr. Spice Yamin

Reged: 04/15/04
Posts: 3286
Loc: Maryland

BMR 2030 + 550 Calories burned on the eliptical = 2080 calorie budget. (right shell ?!??!)

Breakfast- 223 calories 2 frozen waffles with a little maple syrup

Lunch- 432 calories english muffin pizzas (not ibs safe for most.. ok for me) and a soda

Snacks- 778 calories luna bar, apple, ufo, corn pops, swedish fish (I have major PMS)

Dinner- 454 calories lemon pepper glazed chicken and potatoes I put on the recipe index.

Total calories 1889. within my food budget. Although I'd like to have been a little less. I'm going to have to be more careful, especially during this time of the month.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 3/12/05 new
      #159992 - 03/12/05 09:31 PM
Shell Marr

Reged: 08/04/03
Posts: 14959
Loc: Seattle, WA USA

OK... here is my reporting in......
My BMR = 2385 + I burned 1783 calories 60 minute Step Class
Then 60 minute Weight Resistance Training Class , then once I got home, did 1 hour house cleaning (3 loads by hand, ) - 1246 less calories to get to my goal = 2922 calorie food budget .

STEP
High intensity, low impact movements performed on and off a step platform with or without risers. This class consists of medium level movement patters. Intensity level determined by speed, travel, and execution of movements.
I LOVE this class....what a great workout....but man oh man am I ever hurting now....

REP REEBOK - Weight Resistance Training
Periodized group training utilizing barbells & dumbells. Class rotates monthly between strength, power and endurance formats, providing the changes you need to avoid plateaus and maximize results.
I was brave and took this today with a new instructor TO ME and after I had also taken the STEP class....and of course today was "Resistance Training" which means I loaded up 10% more weight then normal and kicked my own @$$!! DANG I HURT TONIGHT.... But hurt SO GOOD!!

Breakfast: 170 calories Toasted Nutz N Cranberries Luna Bar & Water

Before Working Out: 196 calories Spiru-Tein Energy Drink (Chocolate w/Vanilla Silk Soy Milk) It tasted like I was drinking Chocolate Jell-O Pudding!! Really Good!! & Water

While Working Out: 7 calories 2 Altoids & Water

After Working Out: 150 calories Poweraide & Water

Lunch : 446 calories Plain Bagel w/RF Tomato Basil UFO and Smoked King Salmon (I got all the nutritional info from the bagel shop) & Water

Snacks during the day in no order : 440 calories French Roll, 4 UFO's & Water

Dinner: 407 calories Leftover Nice Big Bowl of Shell's Stewed Vegetable Chili Soup (added can of chili beans also) , 2 Slices French Bread, sprayed with Butter Pam, sprinkled with garlic salt, rice parmesan cheese and toasted under the broiler & Water


Fiber Pills: 2.25 calories total

Without any more snacks at all....(subject to change) = 1833.25 calories

Total Water intake SO FAR = 96 oz

I WILL have UFO w/more water. That WILL added 250 calories for a total of 2083.25 . Still in my food budget!!


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weight resistance classes are great! I'm glad you tried it! -nt- new
      #160076 - 03/13/05 06:36 AM
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Re: REPORTING IN - 3/12/05 new
      #160127 - 03/13/05 10:56 AM
Stephie

Reged: 03/10/04
Posts: 2696
Loc: Vancouver, Canada

Hi guys!!
Exercise: 30 minutes elliptical = 100 calories burned. My hips are kinda sore, so I took it pretty easy and think I will take a day off today (Sunday).
Calorie budget: 1309

Breakfast: Sourdough English Muffin with peanut butter, and applesauce = 269 calories

Lunch: 4 arrowroot cookies, some pretzels = 156 calories

Dinner: 1 cup pasta noodles w/ICBINB = 210 calories

Later: Plain medium baked potato = 145 calories

Snack: More pretzels = 108 calories

SO that was... 915 calories.
THEN I had about 4 strawberry daqueris (sp) that we made in my blender.. which probably wasn't very clever. For tummy or for calories, but I wanted them so much! So that probably added like... 600 calories, or something!
So a total of.. 1515 calories, which is way over my calorie budget, but oh well!

Cheers all!
--Steph

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Re: REPORTING IN - 3/12/05 new
      #160155 - 03/13/05 03:13 PM
Yoda (formerly Hans)

Reged: 01/22/03
Posts: 3682
Loc: Canada

25 points. 3 activity points swapped = 22 points. On target. Did 30 minutes of elliptical and weight training.

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