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I am a fun, spirited, young-at-heart woman who loves working-out and eating well. Unfortunately, I also have trouble staying on track. I enjoy working out and eating healthy, but like most people I don't always do it perfectly. I am a compulsive overeater, which means I am addicted to certain foods and I significantly overeat them. It's a lot like a drug addiction because I feel a "high" while eating them, but am drained of it almost immediately after. The difference is that I HAVE to eat and ...
I am a fun, spirited, young-at-heart woman who loves working-out and eating well. Unfortunately, I also have trouble staying on track. I enjoy working out and eating healthy, but like most people I don't always do it perfectly. I am a compulsive overeater, which means I am addicted to certain foods and I significantly overeat them. It's a lot like a drug addiction because I feel a "high" while eating them, but am drained of it almost immediately after. The difference is that I HAVE to eat and am constantly encouraged to do so. This is why it is documented as being one of the most difficult addictions to overcome. It affects my life in many ways and makes being healthy extremely difficult. I hope that by tracking my progress I can learn to rise above the addiction and live a happy, healthy life. Below is a list of the foods I'm addicted to:

Chocolate
Ice cream
Cereal
Most grain products like popcorn, granola bars, crackers, chips

Below is my new eating regime. It's not set in stone, but it's a good template for reaching my fitness model goals. It's a lot of meals, but for someone who is addicted to food, eating more frequently is all in good fun - and important!

Meal 1: post-workout (6:00 am)
protein
dairy
Meal 2: at work (8:00 am)
protein
grain
Meal 3: at work (10:00 am)
protein
veggie
Meal 4: at work (12:00 pm)
protein
veggie
Meal 5: at work (2:00 pm)
protein
veggie
Meal 6: at work (4:00 pm)
protein
fruit
Meal 7: at home (6:00 pm)
protein
salad
fats
Meal 8: post-workout (8:00 pm)
protein

Below is what my workout schedule will be until I feel a burn-out arising, then I'll change it:

(8-15 reps for 3 weeks; 6-8 reps for 3 weeks)
Day 1: legs, abs
Day 2: cardio; back, triceps, abs
Day 3: cardio; shoulders, biceps, abs
Day 4: cardio; chest, abs
Day 5: cardio; abs
Day 6: cardio; abs

Below is a list of healthy food choices:
Grain:
oatmeal
grits
potatoes
sweet potatoes
(brown rice)
(cream of rice)
Veggie:
green beans
broccoli
lettuce
green peppers
spinach
onions
mushrooms
artichokes
zucchini
asparagus
Fruit:
apple
grapefruit
grapes
pear
pineapple
(banana)
(oranges)
Protein:
chicken
turkey
top round sirloin
egg whites
tuna
salmon
grouper
red snapper
protein powder
Dairy:
milk
yogurt
cheese
Fats:
fish oils
extra virgin olive oil
flaxseed oil

It all looks strict but I get obsessive about food and such, so I need to overt my attention to healthier addictions. If I become a muscle head, so be it. It's much better than a food addiction!





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Member Since: 7/2/2007

SparkPoints: 1,570

Fitness Minutes: 1,423

My Goals:
Live healthy.
Live happy.
Live strong.
Live thankful.
Just live.

My Program:
Eat 5-6 meals a day, 2 hours a part. Choose healthy and natural foods. Workout at least 5-6 days a week for at least 30 minutes. Combine cardio with weight lifting every other day for three days a week. Get at least 7-8 hours of sleep each night. Allow at least a half-hour a day for relaxation.

Personal Information:
I live in Minnesota. I have a degree in Animal Science/Pre-Veterinary Medicine, Wildlife

Other Information:
I love the summer, when I can run outdoors. I like how pretty the snow is but I hate the cold. I'm learning to enjoy running in the winter and I want to learn to cross country ski and snow shoe! I love to jet ski, water ski, snow mobile, run, play piano, sing, draw, cook, read, and learn about plants and animals!

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GEDDYLEE423
2/20/2009 2:30:37 PM

Just stopping by to emoticon you to the Bookworms Team! Wishing you all the best on your fitness goals! You Go Girl!




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NVSHEILA
1/10/2009 8:43:38 PM

Training for a fitness contest is an awesome goal. (saw it on 'how did you figure out your goal weight') It takes an amazing amount of discipline and hard work. You have the perfect natural body type to be very successful.

Good luck to you!!!



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FOREVERFIT4LIFE
1/9/2009 8:28:14 PM

Your in great shape girl!! You look fabulous, esp on your wedding day! GL with your goals!



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AKAYCAT
11/5/2007 8:52:50 PM

Hope you are being successful in your goals!



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