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  • #16
    b: some roast beef and some bad tasting leafy green veggies, fun pack size of reese's pieces
    s: handful of peanuts
    l: Turkey and peas, with salad and a Chocolate ball, oh well
    s: yogurt and granola
    d:3 tbsp of peanut butter

    WOD: 27 minutes on the rower for 5550m
    Last edited by scottydoesntknow; 03-02-2012, 11:00 AM.
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    • #17
      b: stirfry beef, brussle sprouts
      s: handful of peanuts
      l: 2 half hotdogs with chili, I even tried to pull off as much bun as possible as I ate them. also a small bowl of chili and a slice of salami IMG_2290.JPG
      s:na
      d: 3 eggs
      Last edited by scottydoesntknow; 03-04-2012, 12:57 AM.
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      • #18
        pre WOD: small apple with 2 tbs pb
        WOD: 145lb deadlifts, 45lb one armed snatch clean, 1.15 mile run
        b: steak, hotdog, peas
        s:handful peanuts
        l: 4 lobster tails, though mostly small ones, with garlic butter, corn and some pea soup
        s: na
        d: green bean, corn, lobster mix and ground beef (spaghetti sauce) on fries
        Last edited by scottydoesntknow; 03-04-2012, 09:50 PM.
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        • #19
          b: ribs, corn
          s: handful of peanuts
          l: roast beef, a small amount of mashed potatoes
          s: small apple with 2 tbs pb
          d: really good stir fry type beef , peas and a bowl of pumpkin soupIMG_2294.JPG
          no workout, lazy
          Last edited by scottydoesntknow; 03-05-2012, 10:46 PM.
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          • #20
            b: fried fish, didn't eat much, it wasn't good, peas
            s: 2 small mangostien, not bad for the first time eating them
            l: beef and cabbage
            s: banana
            d: 1 dragon fruit, 3 eggs and a small bowl of bran flakes/granola

            WOD: 25lb manmakers x 25, 2 sets of 125lb deadlifts, ab work, 100 squats w/10lb KB to the floor, 1000m row 4:14IMG_2296.JPG
            Last edited by scottydoesntknow; 03-06-2012, 11:01 PM.
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            • #21
              b: small amount of ham, half a fried mashed potato ball, a little cauliflower, a small bowl of pea soup
              s: handful of peanuts
              l: 4 tacos and a bowl of soup, plus a slice of pineapple, yum
              s: none
              d:
              Last edited by scottydoesntknow; 03-07-2012, 08:29 AM.
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              • #22
                So it's been a while since I wrote any updates, if you read my posts from the beginning, you'll see that I work on a ship and started 30 day's plan while at work, then my posts stopped after about 3.5 weeks, well, I went home. Home is a much busier place for me, with a wife and kids, and quite a bit harder to resist all the temptations that exist in the kitchen and in restaurants. I did however try pretty hard to keep with the Paleo spirit, and I'm proud to say that after 4 weeks at home, relatives visiting and taking us out to such gloriously high calorie restaurants as Red Robin and BJ's brewhouse, and a kids birthday party or 3, I managed to return to work right around the same weight as I was when I went home, which is spectacular. Historically, and I've got years of experience with this, I and most of my coworkers return to work 3-5 lbs heavier than we went home, and we then proceed to use our time in the "institution" to get back to where we were or make a little headway in getting to where we want to be health and weight wise.
                So I have been here a couple weeks+ now and have gotten pretty much fully back into the paleo lifestyle and am as of today, within a pound of where I was when I got married 10 years ago, at 169lbs. By my count that is roughly a 7-10 lb weight loss since starting the lifestyle in mid February. I continue to do CrossFit style/Paleo workouts 4-5 days a week, and the muscle tone I'm beginning to show is great. In fact, I have a great chart of my daily weight loss (while at work only) since August, and it just keeps creeping upward. I have one of those fancy bathroom scales that measures body fat, and while I don't agree with the % it feeds me, I will say it has always been very consistent in what it tells me. After my first 30 days of Paleo, I saw my first body fat % drop since I've owned the thing, about 6 years or so. And not only that, it was a 2% drop, from 25.5-26% down to 23.5%. Personally I'd say I'm more likely around 15-17%, but that's just a guess, either way, it went down, and that's awesome, yay for me!
                That's it for now, in 2 more weeks I'll see if I've gotten down to 21 or 22% on the scale, and that will be the proof in the pudding, as the say. Wish me luck!
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