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Unread 03-23-2017, 08:58 PM
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A gym membership goes a long way. I'm not sure where you're from, but in the Minneapolis area there's several tiers of gym offerings... You've got your elite personal training type of places that are between 150-200 a month, which is astronomical in my opinion... then you've got your lifetime fitness's and other globogyms that are closer to 80/month... then there's a handful of smaller individually owned gyms that are 40-60/month. I signed up for a year at a small gym owned by a bodybuilder and pay 50/month. Has everything I would ever need to train either weights or cardio and I like the community interaction I get when I'm there. I wouldn't work nearly as hard if I tried to get the work done at home.
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Unread 03-24-2017, 09:38 AM
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Day 3: 187.0 lbs
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Day 6: 187.6 lbs. I haven't checked my weight in a few days.
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Unread 03-27-2017, 11:15 AM
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A gym membership goes a long way. I'm not sure where you're from, but in the Minneapolis area there's several tiers of gym offerings... You've got your elite personal training type of places that are between 150-200 a month, which is astronomical in my opinion... then you've got your lifetime fitness's and other globogyms that are closer to 80/month... then there's a handful of smaller individually owned gyms that are 40-60/month. I signed up for a year at a small gym owned by a bodybuilder and pay 50/month. Has everything I would ever need to train either weights or cardio and I like the community interaction I get when I'm there. I wouldn't work nearly as hard if I tried to get the work done at home.
The gym at my work is not a bad deal at all. $240 for the entire year. I just need to determine the time in my schedule to go for it. After work is impossible - I gotta get home I have kids. During work is impractical as I would have to change, workout, and change again and meetings spring up during "lunch hours." This leaves my last option of getting my butt up and going in early. If I get up at 4:30am I can get to work by 6:00am and workout until 7:30am. This leaves me 30 minutes to shower and change and be at my desk by 8:00am. This is definitely plausible I just need to get going.
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Day 7: 189.0 lbs
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Start: 190.6 lbs
Week 1 Average: 187.0 lbs
Week 2 Average: 186.34 lbs
Week 3 Average: 186.17 lbs
Week 4 Average: 187.4 lbs
Week 5 Average: 187.32lbs

I have effectively done a maintenance diet for 5 weeks.
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Day 1: 188.2lbs

This is also day 3 without any energy drinks. Only one coke zero a day and my caffeine intake has been under <50mg per day. I'm sleeping way better. Drastically reducing caffeine intake has helped me a lot; I think I may just be one of those people "sensitive" to caffeine; even if I have my caffeine in the morning well before noon...it may still affect me by the time I go to bed at night.
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Day 2: 188.2lbs

Another day (day 4) with under 50mg of caffeine. I had to be at work at 7:00am this morning. I went to bed at 10 and woke up at 5:00. I did okay at 7 hours of sleep. I feel as if waking up is starting to get easier when it used to be a real hassle to get out of bed even with the same hours of sleep. I think my sleep quality is improving.
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Day 3: 188.2 lbs.

Same weight everyday.
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Not sure what day it is but my weight this morning was 188.4lbs.

Lately I have been focused on eating only the following: Meats, Legumes, Fruits, Veggies and very minimal other types. I will be running this for a few weeks with a focus on this clean eating. My weight will adjust however it wants.

I am also focusing on some strength training; it is very minimal but better than nothing. For Chin-ups I can do 3 sets of 8 (last set I get 7) and 5 sets of 5 for bodyweight. I have a small backpack and I think I'm gonna start stuffing it with some zip-locked sandbags and increasing the weight this way.
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