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Continually refining a no BS approach to achieving goals. I've learned that people make this process difficult. They will inject their own rules and extreme behavior to make this seem hard. It's always simple. Eat less, lift more. But it's never easy.

Three simple rules.
1) Diet to lose fat.
2) Exercise to feel good.
3) Lift heavy to gain muscle.

SparkPeople has laid out a great plan for losing fat. Follow their plan before trying something else. If ...
Continually refining a no BS approach to achieving goals. I've learned that people make this process difficult. They will inject their own rules and extreme behavior to make this seem hard. It's always simple. Eat less, lift more. But it's never easy.

Three simple rules.
1) Diet to lose fat.
2) Exercise to feel good.
3) Lift heavy to gain muscle.

SparkPeople has laid out a great plan for losing fat. Follow their plan before trying something else. If you're not tracking, you're not serious.

Inform yourself, apply, measure, draw your OWN conclusions.

In God we trust, all others bring data.




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Member Since: 7/2/2009

SparkPoints: 31,080

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My Goals:
Updated 10/05/2012.

Lifetime maintenance. Overall goal is to recomp favorably. Accomplish this with heavy lifting, limited cardio, plenty of food.

Constant simplification of approach to rid myself and others of ritualistic noise.

I have numbers, but don't really share publicly. Will be happy to in private.

My Program:
http://bb531.wordpress.com/

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Accomplishments: Lost 70 pounds around Feb 2010, 5K Personal Best: 20:48 on Oct 2, 2010, P90X grad, Sept 2010. Half marathon: 1:53, Feb 2012.

425 pound deadlift, July 2013.

I am a smart ass which I find better than being a dumb ass. I wish more people shared the viewpoint.

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Member Comments:
NANCYANNE55
1/16/2014 8:13:12 AM

LOL! "Spirited" would be an understatement. emoticon

And thank you for the compliment.

And I impressed myself by blowing you away. Yay, me!



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NANCYANNE55
1/15/2014 11:15:16 AM

I owe you an apology. We had words, way back when, about eating frequently raising your metabolism. You said research proved it didn't. You are right. I have read enough on the subject now and seen enough studies to be satisfied that frequency of eating doesn't matter: Overall calories and nutrients do.

I still find that eating frequently is a good plan for me, as it helps me to stay ahead of the hunger. But I no longer believe it is raising my metabolism.



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PRINCESS_SOFI
1/6/2014 6:43:28 PM

P90 is Power90 and it's the beginner version of P90X. Plenty of pushups from this first workout.



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WATERMELLEN
12/1/2013 5:09:30 PM

Agreed: junk science on the thermostat issue.



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PRINCESS_SOFI
11/20/2013 2:24:37 PM

Thanks for commenting. Yea I got a lot of thinking to do. It's so easy to just say 'I want to weigh this' and go. I never considered goals afterward. My first attempt at strength training didn't go well and I've been limping and unable to walk since Saturday. Gaining strength isn't as shiny of a goal as losing weight. Sigh.



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