Just Give Me 10 Days -Round 177

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  • cpanus
    cpanus Posts: 17,332 Member
    I'm in! Thank you, @quiltingjaine !
    71 year old female...5'5" ...I used to be 5'7" but arthritis hit and I lost two inches, so now that two inches is squished around my waist like the billows of a big accordion...
    ...Oh, well. I'll just keep working on it.
    Heaviest: 192.2
    Round GW: 145.0
    UGW: 132.2
    02/04 - 147.8 at 5:30 a.m. ...60 min workout w/trainer
    02/05 - 146.9 at 6:00 a.m. ...7.22 miles in 125 mins
    Day/Weight/Comment
    02/06 - 148.3 at 8:00 a.m. ...7.25 miles in 133 mins
    02/07 - 148.2 at 5:00 a.m. ...60 min workout w/trainer
    02/08 - 148.3 at 5:30 a.m. ...rest day
    02/09 - 147.5 at 5:00 a.m. ...60 min workout w/trainer
    02/10 - 148.8 at 5:30 a.m. ...7.12 miles in 124 mins
    02/11 - 148.5 at 5:00 a.m. ...60 min workout w/trainer
    02/12 - 146.8 at 6:00 a.m. ...6.19 miles in 109 mins
    02/13 - 147.7 at 8:45 a.m. ...6.46 miles in 119 mins
    02/14 - 147.8 at 8:15 a.m. ...60 min workout w/trainer
    02/15 - 147.6 at 5:30 a.m. ...rest day
    Chris
  • _JeffreyD_
    _JeffreyD_ Posts: 1,447 Member
    _JeffreyD_ wrote: »
    Speaking of comfort, last night we ate one of the three “Hello Fresh” meals I bought from a co-worker who couldn’t keep up with his regular shipment. The food is REALLY good. Cost is high and so are the calories.

    I love these! My husband and I use meal kits quite often. In terms of the calories, they have lots that are lower calorie if you seek them out (I realize you didn't do the ordering...) Since the food is so darn good, my husband and I basically pick the meals that are lowest calorie to make life easier on us.

    I will check it out further. Very tasty!
  • TerriRichardson112
    TerriRichardson112 Posts: 14,780 Member
    JGM10Ds -|- Round 177
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    🌱🪴🌟February🌟🪴🌱
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    😎
    • In Maintenance since July 2019
    • Smart BMI - optimal weight.
    • Muscle/Fat %ages in normal range
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    Just because Covid restrictions aren’t compulsory doesn’t mean they’re not necessarily.
    People are still dying out there……… and the numbers are on the rise again.
    😷Take care! Stay safe!😷

    February focus:
    maintain weight < 145 (I have been maintaining since July 2019)
    Work on improving stamina, strength, flexibility, which may impact the scale

    I liked this so much I'm borrowing it.
    Every healthy habit brings me closer to scratching each of these off to NEVER see them again!
    220's; 210's; 200's; 190's; 180's; 170's; 160's; 150's; 140's; 130's


    🔹Posting weight and comments each evening.
    Stats
    Terri: Female; 76 next birthday; Northern Ireland; married > 55 years; ex Maths teacher; volunteer group leader for U3A (University of the Third Age - life-long learning charity)
    SW: 227 (Mar 2014)
    LW: 136.4(Nov 2021)
    GW: < 145
    I am - MINDFUL - of making heathy choices
    to - MAXIMISE - the achievement of my goals!

    Giving up is NOT an option! I KNOW I am doing this!

    2022 Focus: Maintenance
    Maintain weight < 145
    Work on stamina, strength, and flexibility

    JGM10Ds ROUND 177
    Round 176 EW: 138.6
    Day/Weight/Comment
    06/02: 138.7: Daily Habits👌🏻
    07/02: 138.9: Daily Habits👌🏻
    08/02: 138.6: Daily Habits👌🏻
    09/02: DNW: Daily Habits👌🏻
    10/02: DNW: Daily Habits👌🏻
    11/02: 138.5: Daily Habits👌🏻
    12/02: 138.6: Daily Habits👌🏻
    13/02: 138.2: Daily Habits👌🏻
    14/02: 138.5: Daily Habits👌🏻
    15/02: 138.7: Daily Habits👌🏻

    Daily Habits - 2022
    Daily Habits Update - Feb 2022
    1. Log ALL CI/CO (Daily)
    2. Stay under goal (Daily)
    3. Balance macros/micros (Daily)
    4. Hydrate adequately (Daily)
    5. Choose healthy options (Daily)
    6. Steps > 7500 (Daily)
    7. Stretch before/after workouts
    8. 15+ minutes Cardio > 5 days a week
    9. 15+ mins Strength > 5 days a week
    10. 15+ mins Flexibility > 5 days a week
    11. Active hours > 6
    12. Practice self-care (Daily)
    13. Stay up to date with accounts (monthly)
    14. Mindfulness Practice/meditation ((Daily - morning/evening)
    15. 1 > 15 mins Declutter sessions (Daily)
    16. Be creative
    17. Purchase essential items only
    18. Read a book > 15 mins
    19. Work on ongoing craft projects
    20. Learn something new
    21. Develop Healthy Habits

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    THERE ARE NO QUICK FIXES OR SHORTCUTS to achieving permanent change.
    REMINDERS: One or two thoughts which might give heart to some of you.
    • Daily weight fluctuations are normal, and can be as much as 2 lbs a day for no apparent reason.
    • A general downward trend is what we are looking for.
    • Eating out can cause apparent weight gain because of high sodium levels, but usually goes quickly. Drinking extra water helps with this.
    • The human body does not react instantly to what we do to it. Sometimes it can take several days to see results.
    • Plateaus are a normal part of the process. The body is consolidating and adapting to your new way of eating/exercising.
    • The closer you get to your goal weight, the more difficult it becomes to lose weight, as your body becomes more efficient at using what you feed it.
    • When you exercise you build muscle, which takes up less space than fat, so use measurements as well as weight to assess your progress.
    • Getting/Staying fit and healthy requires a lifestyle change for most people.
    Stick with the process. It DOES work! But it does take time, effort, and most of all, patience!


  • 200Karen
    200Karen Posts: 826 Member
    See you on Round 178 👍
  • jedaschultz
    jedaschultz Posts: 713 Member
    Thanks @quiltingjaine for another round.

    Hi, I’m Debbie.

    I am 59 yr old, 5' 6" female from Missouri.
    OSW 213.4 (July 2012)

    Spoiler
    SW: 208.6
    RG: 205
    Day/Weight/Comment
    2/6 207.8 I’m still doing the low impact workout each morning, 35/37. My joints do feel better when I exercise.
    2/7 207.0 Very happy to finally be heading back to where I was after traveling last weekend. It took a whole week to get rid of two travel days of poor eating. Now to keep my stress and emotional eating in control.
    2/8 206.8 good day, and another workout.
    2/9 205.8 not sure the scale is right on that one.
    2/10 206.4 Continuing my workouts, 39/41. First day of not feeling much hip joint pain, a big nsv for me.
    2/11 206.6
    2/12 206.6
    2/13 207.2 Must be the salty food yesterday. Crackers and cheese with the chili. Workout #42/44.
    2/14 206.6 Well back where I was. I had a sub sandwich splurge yesterday and thought it might be a problem today but I did extra walking yesterday and I guess the two balanced out. Another workout this morning.
    2/15 206.2 Better