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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

So I got some good news and bad new... The good news is I didn't gain any weight last week and the bad news is my weight stayed the same.. I don't know if its because im starting to go to the gym and exercise and my body is actually sore and my muscles are hurting or what. Im guessing its that. So hopefully next week there will be a change in the scale with my body getting use to the new exercises im doing.

My next cheat day will not be until February 6 because that is the day of the Luke Bryan concert! Its nice to plan out your cheat days cause then you have something to look forward too!

Here's what I ate today!
-Breakfast essential

-Apple with peanut butter (I am starting to cut back on my peanut butter)

-Put a chicken breath in the oven the put a little bit of BBQ sauce on it
-Brown rice with broccoli in it
-Cottage cheese

-One 130 cal. bag of snack wells carmel popcorn

Only water!

Didn't get an exercise in after work because I had to come home and study for a test! But I will definitely get one it tomorrow night!

Question of the week:
Do you guys think I am getting enough calories in or should I try to eat just a little more? I honestly have no clue lol

Ashley :)
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    Did you track your calories to figure out the actual number? If you're too close to 1200 AND going to the gym you may not be getting enough. You should never go before 1200 NET for the day (although I'll be the first to admit that I've done it before).

    I recently bought a scale that measures body fat % because my weight has gone up the last few weeks even though my pants are getting looser. I need to see some kind of quantitative number go down, so I'm hoping that body fat is what's dropping.

    Good luck!!
    1608 days ago
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