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Old 08-10-2010, 08:24 AM   #151
Kristin D'Aco
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Re: Cfcc Bccc 2010

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Here's my link for yesterday. It's not really complete - I picked at the appetizers at a work function (some prosciutto, a small piece (1x1) of cheese, a few bites of margherita pizza) but DID NOT DRINK. My day got messed up when I didn't have time for the grocery store at lunch. Things I've learned: do not rely on the grocery store at lunch. Also, damn, medjool dates have a lot of carbs and calories. Whoops. Noted!

Additional note to self: Not drinking at a work function and discussing at the same time how you moved your wedding date earlier invites a lot of awkward and unnecessary questions. WTF is wrong with people?


http://fitday.com/fitness/PublicJournals.html?Owner=mlwaldeck
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Can someone confirm that this shows up right?
Yup, you did it right! When I click on your link I can view all your logged fitday pages by date
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Old 08-10-2010, 08:45 AM   #152
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Re: Cfcc Bccc 2010

After consulting the female diet calculator, I realized that I was being overly generous and unrealistic about my body fat percentage. This sounds more like it:

Height: 60"
Weight: 160 (on the scale at CFCC)
Waist: 35.5
Can't remember arm stuff
Estimated body fat percentage: 38% (HOLY CRAP--IS THIS EVEN POSSIBLE? AM I STILL HUMAN??)
Estimated LBM: 98 lbs

Overall goal: Lose body fat/weight and be able to do deadhang pullups and be better at running and maybe, just maybe compete in grappling again. I also want to look BLADAU in a swimsuit by the time I am 40 next August.

Target intake:
Protein: 98 g/day
Carbs: 120-150 g/day, depending on activity level
Fat: 49 g/day

Yesterday I went over a little, so I will start posting my food log after today's corrected intake.
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Old 08-10-2010, 09:54 AM   #153
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Re: Cfcc Bccc 2010

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That's an awesome idea. So, are you cooking several days worth of say, the minestrone soup at a time, or just enough for one? Unfortunately when it comes to weighing and measuring I have to admit to myself (at least for the near future when life is hectic) that I have to think of convenience a little, but this would probably help.
Yes! We had a cooking extravaganza this weekend! Friday night we made pizza (total of 6 servings) and veggie burgers (20 servings - we froze almost all of them) and on Saturday we made Cabbage soup (8 servings) and Minestrone soup (8 servings). For the fish, we usually cook that per meal, so its fresh, but we definitely cook enough quinoa and edamame for 2 meals.

This is how we have been doing it...for example: Minestrone Soup
Meg and I basically took some leftovers, fresh veggies and other things for the soup, cut them up and measured the ingredients out knowing that we wanted to get several meals out of it. Once the soup was done we portioned it out evenly and got 8 servings. Does that make sense?

The BREAKDOWN...
Minestrone Soup
Ingredients:
Garbanzo beans, 1/2 cup (leftovers)
PRO: 18.78, CHO: 58.13, FAT: 5.49

Kidney beans, 1/2 cup
PRO: 11.15, CHO: 32.94, FAT: 0.76

Carrots, 2 whole carrots chopped
PRO: 1.04, CHO: 12, FAT: 0.3

Green beans, 2 cups chopped
PRO: 1.83, CHO: 6.97, FAT: 0.22

Vegetable broth, 4 cubes
PRO: 1, CHO: 8, FAT: 12

Canned tomatoes (leftovers), about 1 1/2 cup
PRO: 1.89, CHO: 9.6, FAT: 0.31

Scallions, 1 cup
PRO: 1.83, CHO: 7.34, FAT: 0.19

TOTAL: 8 servings
TOTAL NUMBERS (for entire soup):
PRO: 37.52, CHO: 134.98, FAT: 19.27


PER SERVING
TOTALS PER SERVING:
PRO: 4.69, CHO: 16.87, FAT: 2.4

**Meg and I want to keep track of every ingredient so we can see exactly what we are eating and if we want to go back and revise the recipe, for example with less carbs, we easily know what we can take out in order to do that.

**We also now have a meal/snack each day if we wanted or we could have 2 servings to make it more substantial.

Make sense? Sorry if it is a little confusing. I have everything in a chart so it makes more sense there. I would like to get to a point where I have enough meals to know what ones I need in order to hit my numbers as well as the combination of meals that I need to do that. When Meg and I cook it is usually with the intention of having leftovers (for convenience), although now we are more specific about serving size and ingredients, which is more time-consuming, but with tracking them we won't have to keep looking up the totals.

Hope that helps!
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Old 08-10-2010, 10:31 AM   #154
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Re: Cfcc Bccc 2010

Here is what I ate + what I will eat for dinner tonight...Please, someone let me know if the link works. Thanks!

http://fitday.com/fitness/FoodLog.ht...er=jrhermies07

PRO: 91.6
CHO: 108.6
FAT: 73.4
Calories: 1452

I will probably add a couple more things in there as well. Maybe another scoop of protein with coconut water.
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Old 08-10-2010, 11:17 AM   #155
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Re: Cfcc Bccc 2010

Ana, that is not right. Go with 110lbs LBM for now and let's see what happens.
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Old 08-10-2010, 11:35 AM   #156
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Re: Cfcc Bccc 2010

8/9/10



945pm-545am - sleep

945am - two oats and honey bars (trader joes, 30g carbs, low fat/low protein)
10:15am - starting drinking pre workout drink (gatorade powder/whey protein isolate, 60g carbs/40g pro). finished by 1045.
1045-1145am - WOD, depth jumps, back squats, GHR, box jump metcon
1145am - 20g whey protein isolate
1230pm - black coffee
1pm (whole foods) - 6oz honey mustard chicken, brussel sprouts, red onion, bit of quinoa, raw mushrooms (est 40g protein, 30g carbs, 20g fats)
830pm - (pistolas) 10oz bacon cheeseburger, side salad (est 60g pro, 50g carbs, 50g fat...~900 kCal), 2 founders pale ales (est 300 calories for both)

est totals: 180g pro, 170g carbs, 75g fats = ~2100 kCal +300 kCal beer =2400 kCal
10pm bed
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Old 08-10-2010, 11:48 AM   #157
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Re: Cfcc Bccc 2010

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BREAKFAST- 1 serving greek yogurt. 1 cup fresh cantaloupe (from GARDEN!)
194 calories
SNACK- string cheese 80 calories
LUNCH- salad spring mix (2 cups) w/ pea shoots+ fresh tomato dressed with flax seed oil and a wee bit of annies dressing, 2 black bean burgers, coconut water.
516 calories
SNACK- string cheese and cucmber 1/2 serving 183 calories
DINNER- mock chicken srirfry, salad with tomato and pea shoots dressed with fso and lil dressing, fresh kale (1 cup)
282 calories
SNACK/TREAT- jala bar- frozen yogurt with pomegranate swirl 110 calories

TOTAL- 1285 CALORIES PRO-83.3; CHO-120.4; FAT 57
ACTIVITY- crossfit

*feel ok. still really hungry alot. feel really positive about my progress. this is the first time i have stuck to this kind of plan for longer than 3 or 4 day stints.
*flax seed oil is adding 12 g fat and 240 calories to my day. that's about 18% of my calories off the top. greg says its important though.
*kept back squatting light do to back worries. i have been doing planks to strengthen core and avoid this stupid back nonsense in the future.
*greg said that my scale doesn't work and he made a scrunchy face when i told him that it reads i am 27% body fat. i can see *some* definition in my ab region and greg said maybe a vein in my biceps. yay for visible progress.
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Old 08-10-2010, 11:52 AM   #158
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Yeah Shana, you are 20 tops at the moment. Keep up the good work, stay fresh!
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Old 08-10-2010, 12:34 PM   #159
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Re: Cfcc Bccc 2010

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Ana, that is not right. Go with 110lbs LBM for now and let's see what happens.
Really? You think so? I can't argue with more food to eat! Woooooo......

Karis, btw, that soup sounds really good.

And Shana, yes, I hate you. You have been dieting for a week and already have a 6-pack.
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Old 08-10-2010, 01:01 PM   #160
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Re: Cfcc Bccc 2010

8/9/10

6:15am
-2 bananas
-2 scoops whey

8:00am
-1.5 scoops whey

9:00am
-4 hard boiled eggs
-'naked' juice

2:00pm
-chipotle burrito bol with steak, chicken, rice, black beans, corn, salsa, cheese, and guacamole

7:30pm
-7 slices of pizza with sausage, green pepper, and black olives (oops)

totals:
388g carbs
293g protein
148g fat
4056 kcal

not a great start, but i was on the road. and i have a really fast metabolism, so it's probably better for me to err on the side of too much rather than too little.
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