Week 1: 150 (-4) - Week 2: 148.6 (-1.4)
Week 3: 146 (-2.6) - Week 4: 147.2 (+1.2)
Week 5: 145.6 (-1.6) - Week 6: 144 (-1.6)
Week 7: 143 (-1) - Week 8: 142.8 (-0.2)
Week 9: 143.6 (+0.8) - Week 10: 141.2 (-2.4)
Week 11: 143.8 (+2.6) - Week 12: 142.4 (-1.4)
Week 13: 142.4 (-0) - Week 14: 141.6 (-0.8)
Week 15: 139.4 (-2.2) - Week 16: 140 (+0.6)
Week 17: 139.2 (-0.8) - Week 18: 139 (-0.2)
Week 19: 138 (-1) - Week 20: 135.4 (-2.6)
Week 21: 137.2 (+1.8) - Week 22: 139.6 (+2.4)
Week 23: 143.2 (+3.6) - Week 24: 143.6 (+0.4)
Week 25: 137.6 (-6) - Week 26: 139.6 (+2)
Week 27: 142 (+2.4) - Week 28: 137.2 (-4.8)
Week 29: 137 (-0.2) - Week 30: 136.8 (-0.2)
Week 31: 142.2 (+5.4) - Week 32: 136.8 (-5.4)
Week 33: 137.8 (+1) - Week 34: 135.8 (-2)
Week 35: 137.6 (+1.8) - Week 36: 143.8 (+6.2)
Total loss: -10.2
Ok, now to catch up on other numbers.
Calories eaten Friday: 1061
Fat: 27g (23%)
Carbs: 67g (25%)
Protein: 96g (37%)
Weight Friday morning: 141 (One week ago: N/A)
Calories burned in exercise Friday: 312
Weight Saturday morning: 138.6 (One week ago: N/A)
Calories burned in exercise Saturday: 0
Calories burned in exercise today: 356
Crap. I just keep gaining. 6.2 pounds?!? WTF?!? Even binging before the race never made me gain that much. I guess with vacation and the holidays plus the planned off-plan days there's no hope of losing weight. I'll be darn lucky not to gain a ton. There's really no way to stay on plan day in and day out until after my birthday in January. My body hates me.
Thursday I made a total piggy of myself. Oink oink. I ate from the time I got up to the time I went to bed. I have got to do better and keep my binges to one or two meals instead of morning to night.
I ate mostly healthy food - even dessert was sugar-free, fat-free homemade chocolate cheesecake. But I ate four slices - half of the cheesecake. But because it was sugar-free and fat-free I probably didn't do to much damage. I used sugar-free Jello pudding as the flavoring, Splenda to sweeten, and 16 oz. of fat free cream cheese. Egg whites as a binder instead of whole eggs.
Bread was low-carb and I only had a couple slices. No cranberry sauce or potatoes. We had caulifower potatoes. We also snacked on sardines, and apple slices with peanut butter - no cheese and crackers here.
I pretty well gorged all day that day, but it was mostly healthy food I pigged out on, and I did make it to the gym that morning.
Friday Brad and I went walking in and around the San Leandro marina. We finally found a trail that looks quite long and is paved so easily doable after dark. This Friday there was a full moon to light our way, but we won't have that every week of course.
Saturday was church and in the evening we saw Evan Almighty on Pay Per View. I really liked the movie. I'd give it three stars out of four. It contains a lot of nuggets of truth and the story line flowed well and made sense. Both church and the movie were quite thought-provoking and it will take another blog post to go into this.
After church we did some mall walking to get in some extra steps.
Today I went to the gym. Did one hour of upper body weights, 30 minutes of cardio on the crossramp elliptical, and then I walked to work from BART because it's faster to walk on Sundays than wait for the bus. FitDay says I burned 356 calories.
I bought a new pair of weight lifting gloves. I bought the same kind as I did before. As I worked out today I noticed that one glove had a hole in it. They are wearing out. I tried on one of the gloves in the new pair to make sure it was the right size and it was so much tighter. I didn't realize how stretched out mine were.
Ok, here's the photos from Thanksgiving and the weekend. Click the thumbnails for a larger size and the story behind the photo.
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