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Enjoy a gorgeous October 2016 day at home.




2nd Week of DUP Training for October 2017.




Me and the hubby....July 2016. I like strength training and he likes over-the-road cycling.


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"I am thankful to be part of the "Platinum Club"...aka men and women over the age of 50 that are taking care of their bodies."

About Me:

I am continuing on this health & fitness mission which is actually a lifestyle choice now. My username continues to serve as a daily reminder, too. I exercise consistenly and eat foods I enjoy with an eye on its nutritional value. I've never been one to fall for those new diet trends/fads. I'm not looking for temporary and quick fixes. Slow and permanent changes are the way to go...my personal opinion.

The nutritional side is very important especially with a family history of the chronic diseases (hypertension, heart disease, diabetes type 2).

My initial form of exercise used to be walking several years ago which did help me with weight loss but did absolutely nothing to re-shape my body nor did it make me strong (build muscle). Since then I have gained more knowledge in doing what really works for my body….strength training each week (two to three days only) which includes a metabolic cardio finisher. I still do brisk short walks on none strength training days.

My strength training uses compound exercises . Compound exercises give me the most bang for time spent exercising! To change up things I will use different training methods (set/rep schemes).

If you are a 60+ woman like me, one benefit of strength training is that it will greatly enhance bone density and help build/maintain lean muscle. We need our muscles as we age to continue doing functional daily duties.

I’ve always been an “at home exerciser” and that is not going to change. Exercising at home leaves me NO room for excuses…lol. You do need the discipline to do so and not just look for motivation to carry you every day….just my opinion based on experience.


Member Since: 7/2/2008

Fitness Minutes: 33,832

My Goals:
Pamela's 2016 Goals

1. Continue exercising for the rest of this year with a rotation of strength training, abs and cardio (as needed).
Exercise a minimum of 4 days per week.

2. Daily logging of Food/Exercise at multiple websties.

3. Work on eating balanced meals with a focus on protein, fiber, and healthy fats.

4. Focus on decreasing Body Fat % and not focusing on weight loss per scale. NSV counts!

5. Continue to support at least one person with their health/fitness goals weekly.


My Program:
1. Year Round Fitness Plan (designed by me and another fitness friend)...in Beta Testing Phase. Includes Active Rest days (walking, stretching, foam rolling, and HIIT).

2. Take a recovery week every 6 weeks. No lifting of weights.

3. Focus on meeting Protein, Fiber, Healthy Fats, and allow Carbs line up. Macros: 30p/30F/40C. Healthy food choices at least 80%.



Personal Information:
Loving life rural town located in central southeast Texas. I am originally from north central Texas where most of my family still resides. Married 28+ years, three adult children, one adult step-son and five grandsons.


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Originally joined this site under the name of MYLIFESTYLE in Jun3 2006.

Favorite past-time: spending quality time with family and friends, lawn and gardening, books, movies, and Facebook..lol.




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