Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Weight Loss Wednesday



I’ve been on this weight loss journey since the beginning of the year.  I started off counting calories without much success.  I only lost about 5 pounds in 2 and half months.  Then, I started a diet provided by my sister in law that used to be a professional body builder.  I lost 15 pounds in two months.  During those two months I learned so much about nutrition.  I’m not doing her diet anymore, but I am still following the same principals…lots of protein, low sugar, healthy carbs, etc.  Total I have lost 21 pounds, but over the last few weeks I have gained 3 pounds back.  This month my eating has not been on track due to vacation, a family death, and sickness.  It’s time to get back on track and knock those 3 pounds out plus more!!!

Goals for the week
100 ounces of water a day

Try protein pancakes

Workout at least 5 times

Log all food in My Fitness Pal

I am participating in Skinny Meg’s challenge and I’m LOVIN it.  She had a challenge to see who could do the most pushups (not on the knees).  I pumped out 45.  I did not win, but I was happy with my number considering I haven’t done much strength training lately due to the same reasons why I’ve been eating badly.


She also gave a challenge to burn 1500 calories over the 3 day holiday weekend.  I went to the gym on Friday to kick start the challenge.  I usually go to the gym at lunch time.  The gym is very close to my work.  So, to drive to the gym from my house on my holiday off was a pretty big deal.  I wasn’t able to complete the challenge due to family activities on Saturday, but I did get one workout in that I normally wouldn’t have.  It’s the little things.      

Linking up with  Weigh In Wednesday   Non-Scale Victories   Katie     Workout Wednesday

7 comments:

  1. Wow great progress! I love protein pancakes! So yummy and if you don't have protein powder Greek yogurt and cottage cheese can also add a great protein punch. #wowlinkup

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    1. Thanks! The recipe I have does use cottage cheese. What do you normally put on your pancakes?

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  2. Consistency and doing what others won't or can't do are definitely keys to success! You have nice triceps! #wowlinkup

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  3. Congrats on your weight loss so far! I love the attitude you have about getting back on track. I know you'll continue to be successful :) I have a pancake recipe I love: 1/2c oatmeal, 1/4c cottage cheese, 1 egg, 1/4c fruit as batter and 1/4c Greek yogurt and some honey on top mmmmm :)

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  4. Great progress! Protein pancakes are sooo good :) Stopping by from the NSV link up :)

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  5. Awesome progress and yay fro my fitness pall I love that site.

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  6. Awesome job! Great commitment and I like MFP also. What recipe did you use for the pancakes, just curious here!

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