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Old 09-24-2010, 01:27 PM   #11
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Re: nutritional plan of attack - fat loss for a newbie

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A couple of months ago I did the couch to 5k program, just to get a baseline ability to run more than you know, 8 consecutive seconds. Other than that I find running and other chronic cardio insanely boring and would never subject myself to them voluntarily. I actually enjoy the short trail runs (less than 5k usually) that's why I do them once a week-ish.

The weight loss was measured 4 weeks apart at my chiropractors office on a body composition analysis scale. Typical bioelectrical impedance thing. I don't regularly weigh myself although I knew I was losing weight due to the change in the way my clothing fits. Or is not fitting, as the case may be. (yay)
Whoops, sorry Erin, I was asking Alex.
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