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) (carb-binged for the race)
Week 12: 142.4 (-1.4)
Week 13: 142.4 (-0)
Week 14: 141.6 (-0.8)
Week 15: 139.4 (-2.2)
Total loss: -14.6
Ok, now to catch up on other numbers.
Calories eaten Thursday: 1292
Fat: 29g (21%)
Carbs: 109g (35%)
Protein: 101g (32%)
Weight Thursday morning: 134 (One week before: 135.6)
Calories burned in exercise Thursday: 86
A new low for Thursday, and a new low overall! :)
Calories eaten Friday: 1416
Fat: 29g (18%)
Carbs: 107g (31%)
Protein: 97g (28%)
Weight Friday morning: 134 (One week before: 134.8)
Calories burned in exercise Friday: 295
Same as yesterday. Not bad, and a new low for a Friday. :)
Weight Saturday morning: 134.8 (One week before: 136.2)
Calories burned in exercise Saturday: 0
Woot! Under 140 on a Sunday!!! I'm ecstatic! If I am really good all week I could see numbers under 140 for seven straight days.
And not bad for last week. Six days under 140 and four days at or below goal, same as last week.
Ok, now to catch up on the weekend. Brad and I went walking/hiking on Friday. We took the Orchard Trail up to the West Ridge Trail, then down the Chown Trail to the French Trail to the Mill Trail to the Stream Trail and back to the parking lot. We covered about six miles in two hours. Here's a couple photos I had Brad take of me. Click to enlarge them.
The shorts I am wearing, by the way, the Calvin Klein size 8s that I have never been able to wear before and now they fit!
Saturday Brad came over fairly late and we had dinner (vegetable casserole and some leftover cauliflower potatoes from last week). Then we watched one of the creation DVDs on his new laptop. This is from The Riddle of Origins series that I bought at the creation conference back in February. This one was about the origin of humans and why the fossils found don't point toward evolution as most people believe. It was a good program and very interesting.
Today I was back at the gym for a good workout and then headed to work.
June is National Fruit and Vegetable Month, and did you know that today, besides being Father's Day, is also Eat Your Vegetables Day? I didn't, but I sure plan to eat my veggies - I love veggies! :) So everyone - eat your veggies!
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Thanks to dubby for the photo.