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Unread 02-10-2008, 09:43 AM
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Default My first PSMF

Hi, I'm just happy to have a place to track what I'm doing.

I have been weight training seriously for a couple of years but I have more trouble with the eating part. I tried to eat healty foods, to control my portions, but I only keep on adding the pounds. I think I need a more structured approach. I begin my first PSMF and I am thrilled, for now anyway!

I'm a 26 years old female, 5'4'', 134 lbs. According to the Calculator, my BF is 28% and I am a Cat 2 dieter. My goal is to loose about 15 lbs... and to be able to fit in my clothes again. I do not feel like (nor do I have the money to) buying an entire new wardrobe at the moment.

Day 1
1- Egg whites, mixed veggies, cheese
2- Chicken breast, asparagus
3- Red meat,cheese, broccoli
Plus one protein shake during the day
And of course all the supplements except the potassium because I'm on Yasmin. This OC already interacts with potassium levels, I think...

Exercise: A good walk with the dog.
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Unread 02-10-2008, 10:40 AM
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I begin my first PSMF and I am thrilled, for now anyway!
LOL, that's an awesome attitude - which will help a LOT doing this; fast results are indeed thrilling for those of us not so enamoured with long term diet suffering! I've found the hunger comes (and is bad) and then fortunately goes; though me, I'm currently doing one too ... and was just caught sniffing bagels (literally, just wanted to enjoy the smell)

I've read the same; Yasmin raises potassium blood levels yes?
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Unread 02-11-2008, 11:32 AM
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Good luck to you! Those 15 pounds should fly off.
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Unread 02-11-2008, 11:41 AM
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Day 2

Weihgt: 132.5 lbs

-Egg whites, pepper, spinach
-Protein shake
-Chicken salad
-Cottage cheese and cucumber
-White fish, asparagus

AM Workout
Lat pulldown 3X8X75
Bench press 1X8X75, 2X8X85
Overhead press 2X10X20
Lying triceps extension 2X10X35
Biceps curl 2X10X20
20 min. cardio stationary bike

Last night, I had a major headache and I kept dreamind about buying fruits!For now, it is easier than I thought.
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Unread 02-11-2008, 11:44 AM
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LOL, that's an awesome attitude - which will help a LOT doing this; fast results are indeed thrilling for those of us not so enamoured with long term diet suffering! I've found the hunger comes (and is bad) and then fortunately goes; though me, I'm currently doing one too ... and was just caught sniffing bagels (literally, just wanted to enjoy the smell)

I've read the same; Yasmin raises potassium blood levels yes?
Hi Sarah!
I read the same thing about Yasmin too...

I was wondering... I am not that hungry, could this mean I am eating to much?
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Unread 02-11-2008, 11:55 AM
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not necessarily

some people get profound appetite supression on low-carbs diets, others do not
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Unread 02-12-2008, 07:43 AM
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Good morning!

Day 3
Feelin cranky. I had trouble sleeping last night, I kept waking up every hours. I'm not even hungry, I'm just not able to sleep.

-Egg whites, cheese, pepper and spinach
-Protein shake
-Ground turkey, asparagus
-Cheat meal (Oh yeah, so soon)

And a quick walk with my dog, it's too cold to be outside!
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Unread 02-13-2008, 07:31 AM
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Day 4
Good morning!

132.5 lbs

-Egg whites, mushrooms, spinach, cheese
-Cottage cheese mixed with a bit of chocolate pp
-Chicken salad
-Red meat, califlower

Workout
-Squat 3X8X75
-RDL 3X8X115
-Lunges 1X10X45 1X10X55
-Calf raise 2X10X60
-Back extension 2X10X10
-Decline crunch
And 20 minutes stationary bike

So far so good
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Unread 02-14-2008, 04:19 AM
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No weight spike after your free meal? I don't know if we can be friends.
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No weight spike after your free meal? I don't know if we can be friends.
I love my junk food !
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