Monday, October 6, 2008

10/6 Weigh In - WHOA.....

Today: 342.8
Last Monday: 354.6
Week Lost: 11.8
Month Lost: 11.8
Max Density: 418.0
Total Lost since MAX: 75.2 lbs.
Current Goal: 299.9 before Jan 1, 2009
To Goal: 42.9
To Achieve: 86 Days/.49lbs per day
12 Weeks: 3.58 lbs per week
3 Months: 14.3 lbs per month (rough)

I've got to say I had my most focused week in at least the last 6 months last week. I went back to the fitday tracker and that sure makes me accountable. Tracking all you intake throughout the days and week makes it much clearer to see where you are headed.

Even with great focus I had a couple of bad moments during the week. I had a few drinks on Friday night and then again on Saturday. Those empty calories and the lack of focus that usually comes after them arn't any good for anybody, BUT thats me and thats who I am. My goal was to maintain about 2000 caloreis a day for the week and the weekly average came in at about 2200 even with the extra drinks. Extra walking, exercise and really very limited soda intake and cut down on caffine as well will pay dividends.

350LBS on a 1800 - 2200 a day restriction is definately a recipet for success. We'll keep with that focus for this week. I plan to continue with extra physical activity this week and will get into the weight room as well for a planned focus lifting session a couple times this week.

Planning ahead I know I am going out with the boys this weekend (Will be at homecoming in WAYNE America for 3 days) and will definately have the opportunity to overinduldge some so EXTRA focus early in the week a key here too. Better choices during the upcoming weekend will help too, grilled chicken breast sandwich as opposed to the double whopper at the fast food joint and staying away from GODFATHERS BUFFET will be part of the goal. Once back in the day I set a record in my group for eathing 17 pieced of Pizza at that buffet. It still gets talked about from time to time....

FTF and Keep the Faith...


1 comment:

Kim Ayres said...

11lbs in one week is a hell of a loss. And while I want to congratulate you, I'm also a bit concerned. If your weight loss is too rapid it can cause problems. Make sure every calorie you eat counts - that it's healthy and doing your body good.