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Since surgery

Friday, April 15, 2011

After Surgery
since march 4th ive been out not being able to do much and going crazy. Ok maybe not to crazy but still been driving me nuts not being able to do much, having to be off my feet for a whole month it has not be great. ive been depressed and felt like how i was years ago. Most not being able to work out like i want to missing out on insanity and p90x was and is killing me still. Everyday seems like things are just getting worse as i go threw not being able to do much well i now more of it has to do with putting on wieght ya i know how to loose it but i dont want to have to loose anymore ive done that already. 200 pounds so far ive put on some wieght but not much i can do about it right now. ok update now mar30th stiches come out wohoooo i felt the spot where i have had pain for the last 6 years and HOLLY CRAP no pain of course the rest of my foot hurts but i just had stiches pulled out so that is it. Now just another 2 months or so to heal up and hopefully get into some good shoes and back to working out. Insanity Asylum is out and it is driving me nuts that i have to watch everyone doing it and cant do it along with them yes im on youtube all the time checking out all the new video's. and am not likeing it one bit. LOl ok so i love watching it but i want to be doing it but have to heal and take care of me and get my self back up and going. Soon as i am able no doubt i will be kicking asylum and updating video's on youtube again. Have been slacking on my blog and youtube video's as of late but still around and still into fitness and watching video's and learning as much as i can about personal training and being a Beachbody coach. Everything is starting to look better now and im feeling better. Of course the foot is a bit off still but still have a month or two of it healing ect but am so excited to get back into everything and haveing no pain while i workout which is gonna be nice :)

  
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JIBBIE49 6/10/2012 8:45AM

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JUDITHROXANA 4/27/2011 3:05PM

    Hope you are feeling better. Are you still working out your arms with weights that way at least you feel like you are doing something? A couple of months will fly by, so don't worry about it! You'll be back to your workout plan in no time!

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GTKARLA 4/18/2011 12:10AM

    Keep going, the only way is up!

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SARAHNICOLE__17 4/15/2011 9:47PM

    Hang in there buckaroo! I feel your pain.

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LISAWILLBEFIT 4/15/2011 7:53PM

    I am sorry you are so bored and cant workout.It is or the best just remember that.

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NANFACEMIRE1 4/15/2011 4:20PM

    Glad you are getting better.

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My meal plan

Sunday, December 19, 2010

So ive been trying to come up with a meal plan that ill enjoy eating so i came up with this and i love it. Will be following it for awhile. Well here it is.

Meal 1: Shakeology

Meal 2:
3/4 cup grits 1 cup egg whites. 2 tab Molly Mcbutter Fat free natural cheese.

Meal 3:
6 oz chicken or turkey
1 cup broccoli
1 cup brown rice.

Meal 4:
8 oz tilipia
1 cup broccoli

Meal 5:
1 scoop Muscle milk
8 oz water.

Threw out the day ill be drinking about 120oz of water. This is my favorite foods and the meals i like and enjoy cooking.
also have another version to change it out here and there.

Meal 1
Raisin Bran with lowfat milk

Meal 2
Sliced cucumbers or dill pickles

Meal3
Grilled chicken salad with lowfat dressing with lowfat mozzarella Cheese.

Meal4
Sugar-free Jell-O

Meal5
Turkey burger or tilipia and steamed vegetables

  
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CHAOTIC-KITTY 1/13/2011 11:21PM

  jello as a meal? that's interesting. ;) otherwise.. it sounds pretty awesome!

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FITGIRL15 12/20/2010 11:15AM

    Sugar-free Jell-O is not a meal! Add some cottage cheese to it, and I might reconsider that comment ;)

Congrats on all your success to date! You are such an inspiration!

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JIBBIE49 12/20/2010 12:11AM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon Glad ur sticking to your PLAN as this time of year it is hard to pass up a lot of the goodies.

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KMBRADY 12/19/2010 6:40PM

    Nice clean foods! emoticon

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TURBOAMIE 12/19/2010 6:00PM

    mmmmm grits! Hey, give me a like at turboamie.com and I'll do the same!

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New blog site

Friday, December 03, 2010

http://kippo-getfit10.blogspot.com/

Got a email saying something about some of my blogs so i wont be adding blogs here anymore so if you like my blogs and want to keep track follow me there thank you..

  


The Importance of the 12 B vitamin

Thursday, May 27, 2010

The 12 b vitamin is one of the b vitamins that are essential to maintain a healthy body. Otherwise known as Cobalamin, the 12b vitamin is needed for the processes to convert the carbohydrates, fats and proteins from food into energy. 12 b also, more importantly, helps keep the red blood cells healthy and therefore prevent heart disease as well as keeping the immune system functioning at its maximum level. In addition, 12 b is used to create the protective covering of all nerve cells in the body.

The most important function of 12 b is to form healthy red blood cells. However, all cells need 12 b to keep them healthy. It is the white blood cells, amongst others, that need 12 b to help ensure that the immune system functioning properly. All of the nerve cells in the body also need 12 b to form their protective fatty layer. This is essential for all of the nerves but is especially so for those in the brain. If there is not sufficient 12 b to create this protective layer then the brain will not be functioning properly.

Interestingly, the amount of 12 b that the body needs is relatively small but is needed on a regular basis. However, 12 b on its own is not enough as the body cannot absorb it easily. To help the body absorb 12 b the stomach produces intrinsic factor which enables more of the 12 b to be absorbed. 12 b is only found in animal foods such as liver, eggs, fish and meat but most people consume far more than their recommended daily amount of 12 b. This is not a problem as the body can only absorb about half of the 12 b that is consumed. It is also worth noting that the body can recycle the 12 b which cuts down on the impact of a 12 b deficiency. However, strict vegetarians or vegans are likely to require 12 b supplements if they do not eat any animal products that contain 12 b.

If the body does not have enough 12 b then anaemia is the most obvious symptom. Obviously, this is due to the fact that there is not enough 12 b to make healthy red blood cells. Anaemia can also be caused by the body not creating enough intrinsic factor to help absorb the 12 b that is available in the food consumed. The body tends to makes less intrinsic factor once a person reaches 50 and this will lead to less 12 b being absorbed and supplements of 12 b may be required. Kids are also at risk from anaemia because they may not eat the food that contain 12 b. Pregnant women need more 12 b because the baby is absorbing 12 b during the pregnancy to grow properly.

  
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SARAHNICOLE__17 12/18/2010 8:47PM

    You forgot one thing... B12 is linked to the prevention of Alzheimer's. I take B12 each and every day! Along with others in my supplement cocktail.

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SUSANS_TURN 11/11/2010 8:18AM

    Very interesting and nicely summarized! Thank you!
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SUSANS_TURN 11/11/2010 8:16AM

    Very interesting and nicely summarized! Thank you!
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NITSA05 10/4/2010 2:23PM

    This was very interesting as I have starting reading and had some questions which you kind of answered a little further into the blog. Glad I stumbled upon you blog and thanks for the info.

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DEVORA4 10/4/2010 1:07AM

  WOW Thanks for adding me as a friend! I loved your blog and will read more. Like you, health is a passion for me. emoticon

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MACKANDME 5/30/2010 11:15AM

    Ya soon I will get back to my regular vitamin regimen. Thanks for the blog!

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KMBRADY 5/27/2010 9:10PM

    Huh. Thanks for this reminder! Hope you're doing great!!
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Weight Loss Techniques

Monday, April 05, 2010

Other than physical appearance weight affects a person in many ways. This could be the overall quality of life, self-esteem, depression, health risks, and physical incapabilities. There are a lot of positive changes once a person experience weight loss. It is for this reason why a lot of people are searching for a weight loss technique that will surely trim down those fats and get a super slim head turner body.

The first thing that an over-weight should do is seek a doctor to recommend the best weight loss regimen. This will be done after a full physical examination, which leads to the determination of proper weight loss technique. And to lose weight fast and effectively four aspects of life should be changed: what to eat, how to eat, behavior and activity level.

Here are fast tips that can change an over-weight's life:

First: Fast weight loss composes of a multi-faceted technique that consists mindset, exercise, and in other cases, diet supplements. Begin by learning a diet food plan that can easily be accustomed with. Incorporate an exercise plan that allows even at least fifteen minutes a day like brisk walking, running, swimming, and dancing.

Second: Set realistic approaches. The ability to focus and have proper mindset enables someone on a diet to quickly lose those extra pounds. With discipline and proper mind set, a dieter will never be discouraged and lose focus.

Third: Listen as the body speaks. Each and everyone's body metabolism reacts differently to different fast weight loss programs and plans. Try substituting one program for another to compensate the body's reaction. Exercise program must be suitable to one's body, as others are not able to exercise as rigorously as others can. If walking is all that can be done, then walk for this is proven the best exercise. Muscles burn more calories than fats so it's also best to put on a little muscle and looking good too.

Fourth: Eat more fibers for it makes a person full sooner and stays in the tummy longer, slowing down the rate of digestion. A single serving of whole grain bread moves fat through the digestive system faster. Grains turn into blood sugar that spikes the body's insulin level. Thus, making the body more energized and ready to tell the body when it should stop burning fats or start storing.

Fifth: Keep away from fried foods especially deep-fried as this contains a great amount of fat. Although fish and chicken appear leaner than beef, this white meat can contain more fat than when a beef is fried. It is recommended for those on strict diet to opt for grilled food as this does not have or contain less amount of fat after the food is cooked.

Sixth: Takes lots of fluid. Drinking at least six to eight glasses of water a day keeps the body refreshed. Since weight loss depends on how the body eliminates body wastes, the body must stay hydrated.

All in all, discipline and consistency is still the best practice and the key to a rapid weight loss success. Light dieting, workout, and right amount of supplementation applied in a regular way everyday will result in faster weight loss than having a massive action only to be followed a return to old habits as this would only lead to gaining more weight than when the weight loss plan has started.

  
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WEIGHTHUNTER1 9/27/2010 7:02PM

    Great tips from someone who has stuck with it and seen the results. Thanks for sharing.

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KATINICHOLX3 9/27/2010 12:19PM

    These are some really good tips! (: I've had a hard time losing some weight recently so these are very motivating. I'm definitely gonna try them out!

Congrats on losing so much weigh! It's so inspiring to see weight loss working for so many people on this website.

Hope you had a good weekend! (:

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CAROLINACHICA 8/14/2010 7:19PM

    These are some great pointers! Something to keep in mind when I'm feeling discouraged! Thanks!

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BELLAMAGOO78 8/14/2010 4:31PM

    these tips are great! Thanks for sharing! I've been working at them - consistently and starting to notice results - although the scale is not cooperating!! LOL I've got more energy, feel better about myself and am making healthier eating choices so I'm on a roll!

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GIRL_AT_BAT 4/6/2010 8:40AM

    Great pointers, all... especially:

"Set realistic approaches."

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P31W247 4/5/2010 3:45PM

    emoticon thanks.

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JIBBIE49 4/5/2010 12:04PM

    I'm reading the BECK DIET SOLUTION, which isn't a "diet" but how to THINK like a THIN person. She says that a thin person never thinks "Oh, I"m upset, so I'll EAT." In fact, she says it is usually the opposite where they don't want to eat even their regular meal since they are so upset by the problem they are dealing with.

I got the book at the library, and I certainly recommend reading it as even how to KEEP the weight off and not return to old habits is a big part of the book.

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