SADDKATT's SparkPeople Blog SADDKATT's Blog on SparkPeople, home of free diet plans and a healthy living community My scale must be malfunctioning The scale must be broke. Something is different. The numbers are going down. <BR> <BR> I've lost 4 pounds this month. I'm .7 away from having the numbers in the tens column move down. This hasn't happened in ages. I've been restricting calories, trying to hit the gym 4 days a week, and cutting down on refined carbs. I'm reluctant to say that this is's only 4 pounds. It could be a fluke. I could wake up with it all right back tomorrow. <BR> <BR> But it would be nice to h... Sat, 27 Jan 2018 20:00:13 EST New year, same old me It's been a while since I've posted; the school year has been quite hectic. I finished the Orangetheory weight loss challenge back in November, with a grand total of 4 pounds lost. Needless to say, I did not come even close to winning ( I think the top female lost around 30 pounds or so), but I stuck in there, any and weight loss at all is a victory for me, really. I've been going to OTF for almost a year. Had a few more setbacks in the last couple of months...twisted my ankle at work then... Wed, 3 Jan 2018 11:22:43 EST Orangetheory weight loss challenge I haven't posted in a while. I took about five weeks off from exercising after I broke the toe. Then work started, and my new job position is super hectic. I came down with a respiratory infection (pretty much every educator gets sick in the first few weeks of school; kids are germy). And two weeks ago, I squished a finger trying to rack a 20-lb weight. Smashed it bad enough that it kind of ruptured my finger tip. Really gross. I've started the administrative internship, which means ton... Sat, 30 Sep 2017 08:05:34 EST Major setback I was so proud of myself and my progress after I saw all my stats from Peak Performance Week. Starting to actually feel like I was getting into shape a little bit. Went to last Saturday's class (the 5th class of the week), felt like crap. No energy. I looked around, and everyone else looked equally as ragged. It's hard to push yourself that hard five days in a row. The whole class was a disaster. One person threw up on the treadmill. Another person forgot to turn off her treadmill as... Sat, 29 Jul 2017 09:15:14 EST Orangetheory: Peak Performance Week I made it through PPW. Apparently Orangetheory does Peak Performance Week every six months so that members can see their progress. I started a month after the last one, so this was my first. I can use all the stats as a baseline to see how much I've improved by the next one. So here's how I did: <BR> <BR> 500 meter row: 1:55 <BR> 24 minute run: took that day off <BR> 2000 meter row: 9:24 <BR> Bodyweight challenge: 163 reps <BR> 1 mile run:12:35 <BR> <BR> The body weight challenge consi... Fri, 21 Jul 2017 16:59:12 EST Orangetheory: 50th class! Five months. I've been going four days a week since summer school started. This week I'm upping it to 5 classes a week. This week is "Peak Performance Week"...a different challenge each day designed to set a baseline for future progress. I guess they do it every six months. Today's challenge was the 500 meter row. I did it in 1:55. I was proud of myself for doing it in under two minutes. I was nowhere near the best in the class (and that's including the 40 and over crowd), but I did it... Mon, 17 Jul 2017 23:15:58 EST From three classes a week to four I've been going to Orangetheory three times a week for the last four months. This week, I added a fourth session...two days in a row, Friday and Saturday. Made it through the class, and then came home and mowed the lawn. My lawnmower is one of those manual reel push mowers, so it takes a bit of effort. My fitbit tells me that I had 98 active minutes this morning and burned 651 calories. Woo hoo! <BR> <BR> Then I thought I'd take a short nap for an hour...woke up almost four hours later.... Sat, 24 Jun 2017 19:37:40 EST Orangetheory: four months I've been to 41 Orangetheory classes now. I've lost about 5-6 pounds. Not a lot. I'm enjoying the workouts for the most part. I don't really like running on the treadmill. I hate burpees with the passion of a thousand fiery suns. But I really like the water rower and working with the free weights. <BR> <BR> Am I seeing any improvement? Maybe. I know that I have to work harder on the treadmill than I used to to get my heart rate up. I can consistently walk 3.5 mph without feeling lik... Tue, 20 Jun 2017 18:46:00 EST Rough day So n the plus side of things, I lost another pound. Progress. <BR> <BR> But on the other side, my dog died this morning. She was 17. Even though she was insanely old, and I knew this day was coming, it's still hitting me really hard. She'd been getting progressively weaker and more frail. She was arthritic, she went deaf, she had a host of old dog health problems. But yesterday she was so perky...playing in the yard, bringing me toys. She collapsed in the middle of the night, and I en... Sat, 10 Jun 2017 20:19:09 EST Orangetheory: 35 classes I did my first 5K Sunday morning. Well, I only ran a tiny little bit of it. It was very rough terrain through woods and meadows. But I did it. And I didn't finish last. I came in 80 out of 102 in my age group, and 123 out of 155 overall. My time was 58:33. I'm okay with that. I stopped to take pictures three different times. <BR> <BR> Yesterday I did my 35th class at OTF. Still haven't lost any more weight. But I feel like I'm getting a tiny bit stronger. I can do some of the exerc... Tue, 6 Jun 2017 10:13:17 EST Orangetheory-27 classes Okay, so I've been going for almost three months. IN the last two weeks, I've noticed that my numbers haven't been as impressive. I thought that maybe my heart rate monitor was malfunctioning. I asked about it at the front desk, and they laughed at me, saying that the monitor was fine. I was just getting in better shape, and would have to push myself harder to keep making progress. <BR> <BR> I guess that makes sense. I'm feeling some improvements, although my weight is still the same, m... Wed, 17 May 2017 23:12:40 EST OTF: progress! In spite of the toe injury, I made it to the Orangetheory class this morning. After 17 classes, I hopped on the scale and took some measurements. I've lost three pounds! An inch off my waist and an inch off my hips! I started these classes exactly two months ago. <BR> <BR> I know that doesn't sound like much. But when you are struggling with hypothyroidism, you know that the scale only goes one direction...up. This is the first time it's gone down since last summer when I did the Whole ... Thu, 20 Apr 2017 13:19:27 EST Orangetheory-16 sessions in and an injury I'm on spring break right now, and have switched to morning classes to keep the flow of my little vacation. This class was a rough one...she had us moving from the treadmills to the weights every five minutes. I burned 579 calories this morning. I've been going for two months now, and this was the first time that they've broken out the bosu ball for weight floor exercises. It was difficult. The woman next to me kept falling over. I didn't fall, but I came close a bunch of times. <BR> <... Tue, 18 Apr 2017 19:29:47 EST 14 sessions in It's been almost two months. I have taken 14 Orangetheory classes. Had to take a week off from a respiratory infection (kids are germy...even though I wash my hands pretty much every hour, I still get sick occasionally). But here's where I'm at: <BR> <BR> No, I still haven't lost any weight. All my measurements are still the same. But my endurance continues to improve. I can run some of the intervals on the treadmill now. I'm routinely burning more than 500 calories per class. I'm no... Thu, 13 Apr 2017 17:31:58 EST Nine sessions in Survived this one...barely. I had a bad bout of insomnia last night and only got a few hours of sleep. So I was not at my best. At the end of the class I did sign up for the unlimited package. It's really expensive, but I'm looking at it as an investment in myself. I'm determined to keep at it, at least for a few months. My life is going to get really hectic soon...the master's classes are demanding, and I don't know what's going to happen next fall when the year-long internship starts.... Wed, 22 Mar 2017 21:07:58 EST Eight sessions in Okay, so far I have taken 8 Orangetheory classes, and I have three more sessions before I decide if I want the membership. I have been trying to go three days a week (note to self: taking classes two days in a row is a bit rough). <BR> <BR> At this point, I have lost exactly no pounds at all. My measurements still seem to be the same. My clothes are not fitting any better. But I can feel my endurance slowly improving. The last two sessions, I was able to be a jogger instead of a power ... Wed, 15 Mar 2017 22:05:49 EST Let's see if this works So last week I went to a free Orangetheory class and bought a ten-session package. My thought was that I would go three times a week for a month and see if there were any positive results before I made a huge monetary commitment. Last night was my first of the ten classes. It felt rougher than the introductory free one. <BR> <BR> 18 minutes on the treadmill <BR> Intervals of body weight and free weight exercises interspersed with 100 meter sprints on the rower <BR> A partner challenge of b... Tue, 28 Feb 2017 07:01:15 EST I did it I went to the Orangetheory class. It was pretty much the first time that I walked into a strange place and did a strange thing completely alone. I was not the oldest one there. I was not the fattest one there. I didn't fall over or throw up (although I felt like it toward the end). Nobody laughed at me. <BR> <BR> I got there 30 minutes early, and the instructor gave me a tour, showed me how to use the treadmill and the rowing machine. They set me up with a chest-strap heart monitor, and... Mon, 20 Feb 2017 22:44:24 EST Orange Theory I have booked a free trial class at an Orange Theory gym tomorrow at 4:30. If I can survive it, I am going to buy a block of classes and see if this works for me. It's kind of expensive, but I'm at the point where I need to try something, and it seems less intimidating than a full gym. <BR> <BR> We'll see how it goes... <BR> <BR> <BR> Sun, 19 Feb 2017 09:25:29 EST pushup challenge, day...whatever Yeah...motivation left me again. I'm having a horrible time sleeping, going to work absolutely exhausted and having rough days at work. So I'm coming home so wiped out that I can barely even think, let alone work out. Haven't even tried in a couple of weeks. I hate how I look, I hate how I feel. I'm sore and depressed and stressed out. And I know there are solutions to that...yet somehow I don't do anything. And this time I fell off the wagon in only a couple of weeks. <BR> <BR> I'v... Sun, 29 Jan 2017 10:23:45 EST day 15 pushup challenge 20 standard pushups <BR> 28 modified pushups <BR> 40 crunches <BR> 60 squats <BR> 45 second plank hold <BR> 35 minutes intervals on elliptical <BR> <BR> Oh, man. I had a horrible day at work Friday. Came home so irritated that I ate my way through half a bag of cheese popcorn and then took a nap. Woke up still irritated on Saturday...didn't get a thing done. Ended up going out to see a couple of bands. Had a giant gourmet grilled cheese sandwich with fries, and then went out for late-ni... Mon, 16 Jan 2017 12:02:24 EST Day 11 pushup challenge 10 pushups <BR> 35 modified pushups <BR> 2 sets of 10: curls, overhead press, sumo squat, bicycle crunch <BR> 15 minutes elliptical intervals <BR> <BR> Yesterday I took advantage of unseasonably warm weather to rake up the leaves that were in the front yard. I had meant to rake in the fall, but the minute we moved in, a blizzard hit. I just wanted to make sure that the leaves under there weren't going to kill my lawn in the spring. So I was out in the dark, in the fog, raking up wet leave... Thu, 12 Jan 2017 19:16:34 EST Day 9 pushup challenge 15 regular pushups <BR> 45 modified pushups <BR> 35 minutes elliptical intervals <BR> <BR> It is a dark and blustery day in the south suburbs of Chicago. I came very close to disaster as I was driving from one campus to another for a meeting. So there I am, driving down Ashland Avenue, when a huge gust of wind suddenly sent all the large plastic recycle bins in the neighborhood aloft. There were these giant garbage bins just flying around. Cars were attempting to dodge them, swerving all... Tue, 10 Jan 2017 19:34:13 EST Day 8 pushup challenge 10 HR pushups <BR> 25 modified pushups <BR> 35 minutes elliptical--intervals <BR> <BR> Yesterday I went to Ikea and gave my debit card a workout. Today, I was back at it after a long day at work. I put the interval timer on and just kept going. However, they were intervals of fast/slow, and NOT intervals of increased resistance. I'll work my way up to that eventually. Afterward, I did the pushups and some weights. I have an hour before dinner, so I might assemble some Ikea furniture...t... Mon, 9 Jan 2017 19:21:12 EST Day 6 pushup challenge 25 minutes Elliptical <BR> 10 HR pushups <BR> 10 modified pushups <BR> interrupted by phone call from mom... <BR> <BR> I didn't do a whole lot this morning. I should be taking a rest day at some point anyhow, I guess. <BR> Sat, 7 Jan 2017 12:25:53 EST Day 5 pushup challenge 20 hand-release pushups <BR> 20 modified pushups <BR> 30 minutes elliptical <BR> 3 interruptions by the Dude <BR> <BR> Grumpy and tired today. Legs are still too weak to sustain motion long enough to get the heart rate up and break a sweat. Arms are too weak to do more than a few pushups. How long until I start to get stronger? Fri, 6 Jan 2017 19:26:33 EST Day 4 pushup challenge 5 real pushups. 15 modified pushups. 27 minutes on elliptical/bike. <BR> <BR> So...yeah. The elliptical trainer. It looks like such a silly thing. It totally kicked my butt. The 27 minutes was NOT consecutive. I had to keep backing off and sitting down on the seat to use it as a stationary bike instead. I most certainly do not have either enough leg power or ab strength to go as much as I'd like yet. Holy moley. I feel like such a wuss, like I won't ever be any stronger. I didn't ... Thu, 5 Jan 2017 18:46:15 EST Day 3 pushup challenge 5 hand-release pushups, 10 pushups on my knees. 20 minutes of weights: 2 sets, 15 reps, 8lbs. 1 minute of planks (unfortunately not all at once yet). <BR> <BR> Vacation's over; I go back to work tomorrow. Going back on a Thursday means that all the students will be discombobulated, and so will the staff. I"m figuring that a few kids won't show up until next Monday, since there are a few districts out here that are starting back on the 9th. We'll see. Should have a couple of new studen... Wed, 4 Jan 2017 11:20:12 EST Day 2 of pushup challenge I can't do a pushup to save my life. I half-assed my way through them yesterday, and today...ugh. I had to do the second set on my knees. No upper body strength at all. It hurts. I don't know how I'm going to get to 50 pushups ever, much less by the end of the month. <BR> <BR> Two days of exercise and mindful eating...and I gained a pound. Don't anybody try to tell me that I'm gaining muscle. Nobody gains a pound of muscle in 48 hours. I'm gonna chalk it up to small muscle inflammati... Tue, 3 Jan 2017 11:33:28 EST Goals Yeah, so I'd like to lose 50 pounds to get back to where I was 10 years ago, my most comfortable weight. Reasonably, taking off 30 pounds would bring me to a good BMI range. And I'm thinking instead of just simply losing weight, I'd like to gain muscle. <BR> <BR> I've been on SP for a few years now, and I vacillate between being all-in and not doing anything at all. I get discouraged and give up. I'm hampered by the fatigue and the depression. I'm hampered by laziness, discouragement, a... Mon, 2 Jan 2017 11:41:43 EST Weak I have survived the holidays. I have five more days of vacation before I go back to work. But I've spent the last week visiting with family...and that means a lot of sitting, and a whole lot of eating. I was hoping to spend the vacation getting a jump on clean eating...but I've pretty much been just stuffing my face. Cookies, pie, junk...tasty, but not good. <BR> <BR> Still unpacking (I can't believe the sheer amount of stuff we have). And I guess carrying heavy boxes up and down stairs... Sat, 31 Dec 2016 19:28:54 EST starting over yet again I finished the whole 30 at the end of August, and then lots of things happened. I went back to school to pursue another Master's degree. I bought a house. And I developed plantar fasciitis in both feet, and tendinitis in the right foot. <BR> <BR> So my life got really busy, and I was in constant pain. I stopped exercising (hurt too much) and stopped eating healthily (late nights and packing). Now all the chronic fatigue symptoms are back, as well as the thyroid and IBS symptoms. I put ... Sun, 18 Dec 2016 12:11:20 EST Whole 30--Finished! Results & thoughts Holy cow, I made it through all 30 days. Barely. The Dude and I are going to start reintroducing, starting with grains. We are going to have brown rice tonight with dinner. Hopefully that goes okay. I'm actually a bit apprehensive about the reintroduction process. <BR> <BR> Because... <BR> <BR> ...I lost 9 pounds. Nine. The scale has not gone down in five years, no matter how much I have dieted or exercised. So it's not an extreme amount, but it's the only progress I've been able to... Wed, 24 Aug 2016 17:35:08 EST Day 27 Whole 30 Hitting the home stretch. Yesterday I sat through a staff meeting with my salad and raw veggies while everyone around me ate Aurelio's pizza and made ice cream sundaes. And last night I dreamed that it was day 30 and I got on the scale to find that I had gained 20 pounds. <BR> <BR> I'm getting very tired of salad and tired of eggs. The Dude and I have been talking about the reintroduction period, and what we are going to start with. We're going to try to reintroduce grains first, like ma... Sat, 20 Aug 2016 23:27:40 EST Day 25 Whole 30 Five more days!!! I'm feeling a bit better, although the digestive issues are still there. Little more appetite the last couple of days. Today was my first day of school (students on Monday...two days of meetings first). One of my coworkers said that my face looked thinner. So that's something, maybe. <BR> <BR> I'm a bit torn between "I can't wait for this to be over" and "maybe I'll keep going." It's been difficult at work with all the non-compliant foods all around me. Central offic... Thu, 18 Aug 2016 23:25:42 EST Day 23 Whole 30 7 days to go. I've been trying to look for information as to why I'm still feeling like crap. There is some evidence to suggest that maybe I have a sensitivity to nuts or eggs. Last night all I had was a salad with some grilled chicken and homemade apple cider vinaigrette. I got about four bites in and my stomach just twisted up in knots. Horrible sharp gas pain, after I had barely eaten anything. The funny thing was that I was still hungry. I'm now at about the point where I'm afraid ... Tue, 16 Aug 2016 09:45:44 EST Day 21 Whole 30 Yeah, I don't know how well I'm actually doing with this diet. Yesterday morning I got sick--really sick. Friday night it was raining, so instead of grilling we made breakfast skillets: potato, green and yellow pepper, leeks, beef chorizo, and eggs. Slice of melon on the side. Saturday morning got me up at 5:30, so unwell that I didn't know which end to put on the pot first. I threw my back out from heaving so hard. I don't know what caused it. I was okay by about 9:30 later that morn... Sun, 14 Aug 2016 12:48:46 EST Day 18 whole 30 12 more days to go. I found some organic almond butter that I have been putting on my apples, which is pretty yummy. But the big score was happening across some sugar-free low sodium bacon. I'm going to spend some time this morning re-reading the book. I am getting tired of eggs, tired of almonds and pistachios. I miss being able to whip up a quick lunch; there's a lot of prep involved with each meal. I'm really worried about how to get enough food ready for work lunches. I will be bac... Thu, 11 Aug 2016 12:42:38 EST Day 14 Whole 30 I've skipped a few days. My summer is drawing to a close, and I'm getting caught up in various tasks...starting a new master's degree, preparing to buy a house, planning for the new school year. <BR> <BR> But I've made it two weeks! I'm halfway there. I have been totally complaint with this diet plan. No dairy, no grain, no sugar, no beans. Also no preservatives. Everything has been whole food. It is a bit more expensive than I had bargained for, and requires a lot more prep. There... Mon, 8 Aug 2016 01:14:56 EST Day 9 Whole 30 Never got around to posting yesterday, but I had some turkey roll-ups filled with lettuce, a swai filet and some grilled veggies and potato. Had cantaloupe for dessert and a handful of pistachios and olives. <BR> <BR> Today was a busy day. The Dude and I are planning on moving to a larger house, so we spent the morning with the realtor and looked at houses. We did some serious downsizing during the recession in 2007, and I am way over the tiny-house lifestyle (940 sq ft). I'm absolutely g... Tue, 2 Aug 2016 20:20:00 EST Day 7 Whole 30 Breakfast: black coffee <BR> <BR> Lunch: two egg scramble with spinach and mushrooms. Wedge of cantaloupe. <BR> <BR> Dinner: Zoodles with homemade marinara sauce and grass fed ground beef. Cashews and grapes for dessert. <BR> <BR> I bought a vegetable spiralizer and made zucchini noodles. I also figured out how to make homemade marinara sauce, which was super easy and turned out pretty good. <BR> <BR> I have survived the first week of this insane elimination diet! Three more weeks t... Mon, 1 Aug 2016 00:19:22 EST Day 6 Whole 30 Breakfast: smoothie with spinach, almond milk, half a banana and frozen mixed fruit <BR> <BR> Lunch: 3 fried eggs on a bed of sauteed veggies and potatoes. Handful of pistachio nuts <BR> <BR> Dinner: Grilled pork chops with grilled mixed veggies and sweet potatoes <BR> <BR> I know that smoothies are kind of discouraged in the Whole 30 program, but the green smoothies are the only things that keep my IBS-C at bay. I've been suffering all week long. So I'm having my smoothie. Sue me. <B... Sat, 30 Jul 2016 20:58:28 EST Day 5 Whole 30 Breakfast: forgot to eat. Had some black coffee while cleaning the living room. <BR> <BR> Lunch: Leftover chef salad from last night. Carrots and baby pickles. Handful of pistachios. <BR> <BR> Dinner: went to Round the Clock and had a breakfast skillet with no cheese and a side of melon chunks. 6 oz glass of tomato juice. <BR> <BR> The dinner was kind of heavy on the calories, even though I only ate about 75% of it. And afterwards, I felt kind of puffy. My stomach is still being a... Fri, 29 Jul 2016 22:45:00 EST Day 4 Whole 30 Breakfast: spinach and mushroom omelette. Banana sliced with a splash of almond milk <BR> <BR> Lunch: leftover tuna salad from yesterday. Salad with sliced almonds. Handful of pistachios <BR> <BR> Dinner: Big salad with homemade vinaigrette. 3 oz of rotisserie chicken. Wedge of cantaloupe <BR> <BR> Ran out of produce today, so the Dude and I went for an evening shop. We were hungry. It was a bad scene. We bought a hundred bucks worth of veggies, nuts, and recipe items. This was not... Fri, 29 Jul 2016 00:44:05 EST Day 3 Whole 30 Breakfast: scrambled eggs with spinach and mushrooms <BR> <BR> Lunch: tuna salad (with the homemade mayo) on romaine lettuce leaf. Handful of almonds <BR> <BR> Dinner: grilled steak, zucchini and snap peas. Banana. <BR> <BR> I was way under for calories and carbs today, and just slightly over with fats. I am very tired and crabby today. No oomph. The food I'm eating does not feel satisfying. Am I going through grain withdrawal? Is that even a thing? <BR> <BR> I know that I'm proba... Wed, 27 Jul 2016 22:32:06 EST Day 2 whole 30 Breakfast: 3 eggs scrambled with spinach and mushrooms. 4 oz of prune juice. <BR> <BR> Lunch: romaine lettuce rolled up in a slice of lunchmeat with the homemade mayo. Handful of almonds. 2 cauliflower florets. <BR> <BR> Dinner: grilled chicken breast with grilled veggies. Half a berry smoothie with almond milk, banana, frozen berries. <BR> <BR> It's weird not weighing myself every morning. Part of the program is to focus on the nutrition, not the weight. I'm still way under cal... Tue, 26 Jul 2016 23:51:07 EST Day 1 Whole 30 It's the end of the first day. <BR> <BR> Breakfast: 3 eggs scrambled with spinach and mushrooms <BR> <BR> Lunch: romaine lettuce salad with raw cauliflower and 2 slices of chicken lunchmeat. A handful of almonds and a handful of olives. <BR> <BR> Dinner: turkey "chops" on the grill. Cabbage and mushrooms tossed in balsamic vinegar. Grilled sweet potato. 3 garlic-stuffed olives. 1 cup of pineapple. Handful of pistachio nuts. <BR> <BR> I'm feeling relatively full, but I'm way under... Mon, 25 Jul 2016 22:28:09 EST Whole 30 I've been off my game for a while. Between work getting hectic and eating my way through New Orleans, I have been eating poorly and not exercising. I'm tired and fat. The Dude has been struggling too...he's eating just as poorly as I am, not exercising much, and he's having unpleasant side effects from some of his cardiac medications. We are a collective mess. <BR> <BR> The topper to all this was my yearly visit to the doctor. I'm still having thyroid issues. My cholesterol is starting... Sun, 24 Jul 2016 13:31:54 EST Happy 4th! Still struggling The school year ended, and so did the sessions with the trainer. I did okay for a while doing workouts on my own, but kind of fell off. This morning I got up and did 30 minutes of circuits in my back yard. My goal is to get at least 50 minutes of exercise a day, but I don't know if that's too lofty of a goal right now. I'm teaching summer school on a skeleton crew, and by the time I get home, I'm starving and exhausted. So I've been eating lunch (sometimes healthy) and then crashing into... Mon, 4 Jul 2016 10:52:22 EST The continuing insomnia battle When I joined SP, I was about 25 pounds overweight. I was newly diagnosed with hypothyroid, had horrible digestive problems and crippling insomnia. My doctor put me on Synthroid for the thyroid issue, Remeron for the insomnia, and told me to take fiber supplements for the other problem. The Synthroid didn't speed up my metabolism any. It made the digestive issues worse. The Remeron made me put on an additional 20 pounds, and the fiber supplements ground everything to a painful, screechin... Sun, 1 May 2016 10:12:54 EST