02-28-2013, 01:44 PM
Weight 1/2 105 kg 1/3 104.4 kg.
Waist 1/2 99 cm 1/3 95 cm - 5cm
Hips 1/2 115 cm 1/3 110 cm - 4 cm
Yes not down much since 1/2 weigh in, but by 11/2 I was up to 108.2 kg. I think purely due to the fact I was still eating more food than I needed. Still quality primal foods, but too much for me. I have now worked out how much I need, and I am listening to my body and the weight is coming off. Hopefully this downward trend will continue. So its really been almost 4 kg in the last 2 weeks.
So will carry on what I am doing. I am feeling good. Still wish i was able to exercise more, not even to assist with the weight loss, just to feel good, and get stronger and to make it easier just to breath.
03-04-2013, 01:02 PM
So down another 1 kg from last Tuesday (2.2lbs).
So that is 4.5 kg (9.92 lbs) in the last 3 weeks. I am loving this. Really listening to my body is working out well for me. Food is just fuel, and I really don't need a huge amount of it.
Really feeling good about how things are going right now.
Ordered a new dishwasher last night, been waiting as I am really trying not to buy new things unless we really have to. Our other one is truly stuffed. We were actually given it about 4 years ago now, and it didn't heat the water. My husband is super clever with stuff like that, and he fixed it. We have replaced another part in it over the last 4 years too, but now its time for a nice new one. So hopefully that will get delivered this week. If you pick it up, it only comes from down the road, so can't take too long.
Started c25k running program the other day, so will ease back into that. Going to pick up a kettlebell today too, so yay, I like them. Wanted to try clubbells, but haven't found any in Sydney yet.
03-05-2013, 04:20 AM
Hey - so how much are you eating?
Love to hea how you go with the kettlebell - I am tempted..
03-05-2013, 01:23 PM
Well no idea calorie wise but this was yesterday:
BP Coffee (yep gone back to it, but I do enjoy it, and it helps me get through my morning, of cooking everyone breakfast, and getting lunches ready etc).
Poached eggs x 2, baby spinach, bacon and hollandaise sauce I made (love it!). I have my first meal around lunch time usually).
T-bone steak, broccoli (with butter) and a couple of pieces of roasted potato. (dinner with my family).
My portion sizes are generally not huge. Prob eat the same sized meals as my toddler generally. Yesterday would have been a bigger meal. I struggled to get through my first meal.
Just taking each day as it comes at the moment, and really focusing on eating only to hunger.
I just did about 10 kb swings (I got an 8 kg one). I quite enjoy the kb.
03-05-2013, 01:26 PM
Just ordered a decent skipping rope, like what I used at CF.
03-05-2013, 01:32 PM
Hey Ayla, you are really in the swing of it now. Good for you, keep it up.
03-05-2013, 01:46 PM
Thanks Annie, I am feeling good, and under 100 kg feels so close, well kind of lol.
I know I will get there by the end of the school 1 term. I have broken down my goals into the school term, including the holidays, so 12 week periods approx.
03-05-2013, 03:37 PM
That's a great idea, very motivating. And that first goal is closer every day.
03-06-2013, 05:53 AM
meals the size for your toddler! sounds like a nice kind of "menu"
I should give hollandaise a shot
03-06-2013, 01:25 PM
it was really good hollandaise
It just really feels like I can totally do this, so I am very happy.