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Friday, January 17, 2014

Who: Me

What: Is to maintain below 149.8lbs and have a bodyfat between 17-19%

Where: Not sure how to answer this one but I’ll say in my life

When: For the rest of my live

How: By eliminating processed food and eating food as close to their natural state as possible. Keep my Carb/Protein ration 1:1 and no more than 1.2:1. Also making sure my macros are Fat, Protein and Carbs 33%.
Also Strength training heavy enough that I can only perform 8-12lbs and then after that 6-8 reps.

Why: Now that I’m at goal, I need to find a lifestyle of eating that will keep me within my range and not yo-yo up and down the scale. I also want to tone up my body and not be so flabby.

How much: Stay away from my intolerant food –No Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, and Onions

How Often: Follow the ½ marathon training program. On my non-run days, strength train.

How Many: I will not focus only on calories but make sure that I’m eating the right mix of food.

I have a gym membership. I also have exercise dvds at home as well as hand weights and dumbbells. I also have an affordable dietitian that I can make an appointment with if I need help with making healthy food choices.

I know that I will be able to average a maintenance weight of under 150lbs.

This is a lifetime goal and it will take a lifetime to figure out what works for me to stay within my maintenance range.

As SparkCoach Nicole says BE POSITIVE – Focus on what I will do rather than what I won’t do. Track successes instead of failures.
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    Sounds like you know what you need to do to stay at goal and I'm sure you'll succeed. Congratulations at hitting goal!
    1552 days ago
    You have got your priorities straight - you'll succeed!
    1552 days ago
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