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)
Total loss: -11
Ok, now to catch up on other numbers.
Calories eaten Thursday: 1370
Fat: 29g (20%)
Carbs: 123g (37%)
Protein: 102g (31%)
Weight Thursday morning: 139.4 (One week before: 139)
Calories burned in exercise Thursday: 264
Calories eaten Friday: 1349
Fat: 21g (15%)
Carbs: 133g (41%) (Yike!!!)
Protein: 79g (24%) :(
Weight Friday morning: 139.2 (One week before: 139.2)
Calories burned in exercise Friday: 293
Weight Saturday morning: 140.8
Calories burned in exercise Saturday: 0
Yay! I lost 1 pound this week! I really thought I'd gain. My low weight of the week was 139.2; last week my low weight was 139. So I am thrilled with a 1 pound loss. Going...DOWN! Losing the weight is slow-going so I will be on NS longer than originally planned.
Ok, to catch up on the weekend. The blood donation Friday didn't work out. The 62 bus just decided to not show up and not show up and... You get the idea. Eventually I realized I'd never make it by my appointment time so I called them to cancel and reschedule for next Friday. If it doesn't happen next Friday it will have to wait until after Bay To Breakers. As it is I'll only have three weeks to recover and I need a full blood supply for the race.
Because the blood donation didn't work out Brad picked me up at home and we went hiking. Explored some new trails. Started in the valley, climbed up to the East Ridge Trail, walked along that trail, and then back down another trail to the parking lot. I made him a couple quesadillas for dinner and I had my NutriSystem dinner.
Saturday Brad and I cooked dinner at my house (but didn't eat it until later). We went out to drinks and then got Starbucks coffee (I love their nonfat sugar-free lattes!), then back home for dinner.
This morning I made it to the gym. Did an hour of weights and 30 minutes of cardio. Tried out some of the ab exercises I found in Muscle and Fitness Hers magazine.
Here's a couple photos from the hike Brad and I did on Friday. Click to enlarge the photos.
we climbed up and up and up
More NutriSystem food reviews:
Blueberry Pancakes breakfast - I made the pancakes with 1/3 cup of Soy Slender chocolate soy milk instead of nonfat milk. They were pretty good, but I can't taste the blueberries. From now on I will just get the plain mix and pour Walden Farms chocolate syrup over the pancakes. The plain mix has less calories and carbs.
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