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Old 10-26-09, 04:39 PM   #126
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It could've been worse... I guess.
Yeah well, I'm cuttin' back.
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Old 10-26-09, 04:42 PM   #127
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Yeah well, I'm cuttin' back.
I like your thinking. Also, chalk-up those fries as a couple servings of veggies -- that's what I do.
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Old 10-26-09, 04:51 PM   #128
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I like your thinking. Also, chalk-up those fries as a couple servings of veggies -- that's what I do.
Fries, ketchup, pickles, lettuce--pretty much a veg-fest.
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Old 10-26-09, 05:10 PM   #129
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Southwest Tortellini, Spinach/Red Pepper Cous Cous, and Cauliflower.

Total 845 calories, low fat, high carbs/protein.

I've got a hoagie for later tonight (8 inch wheat).
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Old 10-26-09, 05:16 PM   #130
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A bit off topic, but about how many grams of protein p/lb of body weight are you guys aiming to take in p/day?

And is it dependent on the type of training/cycle you're doing that day (eg, LSD(aerobic) vs. interval(anaerobic))?
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Fries, ketchup, pickles, lettuce--pretty much a veg-fest.
Channeling Ronald Reagan?
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Old 10-26-09, 05:32 PM   #132
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I just ate three Talk O' Texas "Hot" pickled okras. I would rate them 10 degrees below mild.
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Old 10-26-09, 06:22 PM   #133
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Some honey something cereal for breakfast
Chive/Onion cream cheese on whole wheat toast with a slice of tomato and wild smoked salmon for lunch
Fage 2% greek yogurt with flax seed granola
Then some pretzel sticks with Nutella
3 pieces of thin sliced chicken breasts with broccoli for dinner and a few grapes

187lbs and gaining. Yeeehaw.
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Old 10-26-09, 06:27 PM   #134
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I ate vegetarian chili before/during class today. MM.

Feels good to weigh 147 at 6'2..
You got some muscles left on all that bone?
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Old 10-26-09, 06:29 PM   #135
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Chicken skinless, asparagus, bow tie pasta with olive oil, pine nuts and red peppers, water. One scoop ice cream, decaf coffee. On tap 64oz of water. Bed

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Half of my hoagie down, gonna have a beer now (Fat Tire I think), it's been a long time, I've earned one, and I can afford it in my calories today.

Half the hoagie saved for 30 minutes from now when I'm hungry again.

edit: damn, thought I could afford it in my calories. Turns out I'm 134 over now, because of the beer. Oh well, it's already open.

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Old 10-26-09, 07:57 PM   #137
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I made beef stew yesterday and had some tonight, along with the last bit of broccoli from the and a really good baguette...then cookies. repeat tomorrow minus broccoli.
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Old 10-26-09, 08:33 PM   #138
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stirfried veggies on pasta for lunch (no sauce)
different stirfried veggies with 2 eggs for dinner.
now eating my daily dose of sweets and drinking tea.

steaming up brown rice to go with tomorrow's veggies.
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Old 10-26-09, 08:36 PM   #139
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Dinner was a calorie disaster... a 10" pancake dripping in syrup (read: high fructose corn syrup), 3 scrambled eggs w/ american cheese, and chocolate milk.

I'm a winter weight loss failure of the 1st degree. Bongo is disappointed.
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Old 10-26-09, 09:06 PM   #140
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Drive every so often, leave spare clothes at work.
Yeah, for me, it's "commute every so often." I'm lucky if I can find time for 1 commute every 2 weeks. I could just bring a spare kit, my pack isn't that full (lunch, casual dress clothes). I'd still be drying the commute kit during the day just to keep the stink from showing up, so I'd still have the wind tunnel at my knees

Oatmeal and HC were a nice solution though. I still feel good from that.

Had a bunch of beef/been/rice/cheese burritos w/my homemade salsa (with habanero) for dinner. Freaking yum.
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Old 10-26-09, 09:07 PM   #141
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Had a bunch of beef/been/rice/cheese burritos w/my homemade salsa (with habanero) for dinner. Freaking yum.
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Old 10-26-09, 09:09 PM   #142
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breakfast - oatmeal w/ fruit, flax seed and wheat germ
lunch - turkey w/ swiss and lettuce on a whole wheat wrap, yo crunch vanilla yogurt w/ granola
afternoon snack - banana, grail mix (granola + trail mix), cranberries, OJ (I was feeling light headed and nauseous when I got home, so I took in more calories than normal)
dinner - salad w/ homemade oil + vinegar + seasoning dressing (no cheese!), leftover american chop-suey w/ whole wheat pasta.
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Old 10-26-09, 10:44 PM   #143
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Old 10-27-09, 04:02 AM   #144
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1 serve plain oatmeal with unsweetened cocoa powder, 1 scoop chocolate whey/casein protein powder, 1/4 banana, small cup green tea.

gonna be a green tea morning: double macha to start the early morning work day. Maybe an apple soon or a few almonds.

2nd breakfast is roast chicken breast and salad/veg. maybe some anchovies too.
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Eating oatmeal right now with a large protein shake. Had a monster PB sandwich before my tempo ride around 3am.

For some reason I lost about 2 pounds since Saturday. Don't know how. Don't know why. I really ate a lot. I just wonder if it's dehydration. So I'm going to polish off a gallon of water today. I drank that much or more yesterday, but still woke up at 160 this morning.
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That's my goal weight by the end of March.
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it was my goal weight for thanksgiving. go figure.
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Old 10-27-09, 04:56 AM   #149
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6'2 147?

You may be to thin for this sport. And that's saying something right there.
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it was my goal weight for thanksgiving. go figure.
160 was mine. But I'm already there. I don't think it will stick though. Something ain't right. Two pounds in a few days? HHhhmm, not good.

Although I have only stocked low-fat, low-cal, high protein snacks at work, and a lot of fruits. If I can control my diet when I get home it should be fine. But my wife is southern bred and cooks with love - and butter, and gravy, and oil, and breadings, and salt, and sugar, and fatback.
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