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PAWSE UP Week 1

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Ok BLC 28 officially started today. I'm ready to have a great round

Plan/ Prepare
Will plan out meals. Will prepare as much for the week as I can ahead of time. Would really like to be at 4 to 5 meatless days by the end of this challenge.

ACT
will use both nutrition and fitness trackers. Will constantly look for ways to improve on things

WRITE
Starting at 179 and will loose at least 14lbs. by the end of this challenge

SET a non scale and Scale goal.
My non scale goal would be to continue eating healthy and continue to find new meatless dishes
my scale goal is to loose 2 this week.

Execute
to execute these goals I will continue eating and tracking. I will follow the teams workouts as well as my workout calendar. I will stick to this plan and achieve my goal of a healthy lifestyle. I will look for new workout routines

Goal 14lbs in 12 weeks

I AM A TIGER AND YOU'RE GOING TO HEAR ME RRRRROOOOAARRRR!!!!!!
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  • KATELJM
    Thanks, you have reminded me to pressure cook some beans and make some containers with pressure-steamed brown rice on the bottom and spicy beans on the top. I freeze them so I can pull out one container a day for my lunch.

    My goal is a bit different than yours. I do eat animal protein in the evening, but the only way I could eat enough protein AND get enough fiber was to have beans for one meal a day. So I like beans for lunch.

    Let me know if you want to swap bean recipes.

    Wishing you a strong BLC 28!
    1265 days ago
  • DALID414
    You got this!
    I'm actually eating in the opposite way, upping my protein by eating chicken between meals as a snack.
    1273 days ago
  • APRIL_V_2
    Awesome goals! emoticon Looking forward to crushing our goals in the BLC! Go Tigers! emoticon emoticon
    1273 days ago
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