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Wednesday, January 07, 2015

Who: Me

What: Is to maintain below 149.8lbs and have a bodyfat between 17-19%

Where: Not sure how to answer this one but I’ll say in my life

When: By May 1, 2015

How: By eliminating processed food and eating food as close to their natural state as possible.

Workout Day Targets:
Calories: 1700
Protein: 120g
Carbs: 140g
Fat: 75g

Rest Day Targets
Calories: 1200
Protein: 120g
Carbs: 100g
Fat: 40g

Also Strength training heavy enough that I can only perform 8-12lbs and then after that 6-8 reps.

Why: I want to be a healthy wife and mother and a good role model for my daughter. I also need energy to keep up with my kids. I also want to tone up my body and not be so flabby.

How much: Stay away from my intolerant food –No Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, and Onions. Stick to my macro targets.

How Often: Weigh in once a week (Wednesday) and take measurements once a month.

How Many: I will not focus only on calories but make sure that I’m eating the right mix of food.

I have a gym membership. I also have exercise dvds at home as well as hand weights and dumbbells. I also have an affordable dietitian that I can make an appointment with if I need help with making healthy food choices. I also have a motivational coach and I will post often on our Facebook page.

I know that I will be able to average a maintenance weight of under 150lbs.
I aim to lose 1lb a week.

I will aim to reach my goal weight by May 1.
Dec 31 - Start weight 164.8lbs
Target Weighs
Feb 3 - 160.8lbs
March - 156.8lbs
April - 152.8lbs
May - 148.8lbs
This is a lifetime goal and it will take a lifetime to figure out what works for me to stay within my maintenance range.

As SparkCoach Nicole says BE POSITIVE – Focus on what I will do rather than what I won’t do. Track successes instead of failures.
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