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Old 05-19-2012, 02:27 AM
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Originally Posted by almeeker View Post
As for Cassie and her efforts in bashing her excuses to death...

Darn it woman, leave me one or two will you?
You will love tonight's


Ama, I also second almeeker's suggestion the wrist braces. I don't have carpal but I have deQuervain's, a type of tendinitis that affects the same area. The braces are great. I got mine from the orthopedist but Walmart and drug stores have a pretty good version as well.

The other thing I can recommend is massage. I was told I would need surgery, and the thought of being casted and not being able to write (um, and do my JOB) for 6 weeks sent me into a panic. My chiropractor has a massage guy in her office and he worked wonders, I swear.
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Old 05-19-2012, 03:43 AM
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1) 1,600 calories max/day (allow myself 1 guilt free day over 1,600) - 1331, 1319, 1528, 1580, , 1658
2) do 2 exercises on days I don't work (walking/weights/Richard Simmons/stationary bike) - 2hrs gardening (I'm counting it!)/1hr+ walking, 1hr gardening/1hr+walking, 2hrs shopping and walking/20 mins stationary bike, painted 7hrs, painted 7hrs
3) 20% protein minimum - 26%, 17%, 29%(!), 19%, 18%
4) 64oz water minimum - 64oz+, 64oz, 64oz+, no idea, 64oz
5) calorie deficit 700+ - 1167, 933, 751, 1188, 1110
6) take vitamins - yes, yes, yes, yes, yes
7) lights out by 11 the night before (except Sunday night because apparently I'm hooked on Celebrity Apprentice) - no, no, no, no, no
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Originally Posted by nobe View Post
1) 1,600 calories max/day (allow myself 1 guilt free day over 1,600) - 1331, 1319, 1528, 1580, , 1658
2) do 2 exercises on days I don't work (walking/weights/Richard Simmons/stationary bike) - 2hrs gardening (I'm counting it!)/1hr+ walking, 1hr gardening/1hr+walking, 2hrs shopping and walking/20 mins stationary bike, painted 7hrs, painted 7hrs
3) 20% protein minimum - 26%, 17%, 29%(!), 19%, 18%
4) 64oz water minimum - 64oz+, 64oz, 64oz+, no idea, 64oz
5) calorie deficit 700+ - 1167, 933, 751, 1188, 1110
6) take vitamins - yes, yes, yes, yes, yes
7) lights out by 11 the night before (except Sunday night because apparently I'm hooked on Celebrity Apprentice) - no, no, no, no, no
I see your light on. Lights out!
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Old 05-19-2012, 04:59 AM
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Hey, man, I'm on the west coast! I still have an hour before tomorrow's red!
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1. Calories below 1300. 1090, 1297, 1298 (sheesh!), 1428, 1269
2. Exercise 6 hours. 30 min, 30 min, 60 min, 60 min, 30 min
3. 2 big sports bottles water. Yes, No-1.5, Yes, Nope, Yes
4. Sleep 7 hours. 6.5, 7, 7, I wish...it was 5, 6.5
5. Eat clean. Yes, Except for the peppermints at the office, Yes, Except for the fat free froyo and two Life Savers, 3 slips: butterscotch candies, Goldfish, and more froyo
6. Log everything; post it daily. Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes
7. Name an excuse I've used, and shoot it down. 1. "It's a special occasion." This time of year, there is always a 'special occasion'. If I let things lax for every one of them, I'll never be on plan. I can celebrate the occasion without eating junk. 2. "I'm too busy." What exactly are my priorities here? Work or health? I have to make the tough choices until I learn to juggle everything even when things are crazy (no pun intended). Yes, exercise takes time, but it takes the same amount of time to make a good food choice as a bad one. Exercise relieves stress, so I should do it even more so now! "I'm going to be up late working; I need the energy." I'll have more energy if I fuel myself the smart way than if I snack my way through the night. This is not college and my metabolism knows that! "I had a good workout so I can eat more." Yeah, if I want to stay the same weight, instead of getting back to my preferred weight! "I have PMS." Suck it up, buttercup!! I suppose you'll have the "vapors" next, and have to take to your bed. Drink water, eat healthy, and stop using your lady parts as an excuse!
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calories intake max 1200 - m/y, t/y, w/y t/y F/y s/y
exercise my routine every day - m/y, t/y, w/y t/y f/y s/n
drink neem - m/y, t/y, w/y t/y f/y s/y
take walks - m/y t/y, w/n t/n F/y s/n
don't eat junk food - m/y, t/y, w/y, t/y f/y s/y
don't drink alcohol - m/y, t/y, w/n t/y f/n s/y
drink lots of water - m/n, t/y, w/y, t/y f/y s/y

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Tunnrida, you, too--great job this week.
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Cassie and Amy - I will definitely try a wrist brace! Since ya'll mentioned it I remember a long time ago having wrist pain and getting a brace from the drug store... can't find it so I'll go pick-up another this afternoon at Walgreens. Amy - I did push-ups last night, and it felt great! I stuck a big note on the fridge reminding me to do push-ups. I wonder how many cals push-ups burn... Cassie - So glad you were able to get around having surgery! It has been years since I have had a real massage. Bet I can talk DH into a wrist massage tonight though! Love the ideas Ladies - thank you!!!
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Originally Posted by amalthea1892 View Post
Cassie and Amy - I will definitely try a wrist brace! Since ya'll mentioned it I remember a long time ago having wrist pain and getting a brace from the drug store... can't find it so I'll go pick-up another this afternoon at Walgreens. Amy - I did push-ups last night, and it felt great! I stuck a big note on the fridge reminding me to do push-ups. I wonder how many cals push-ups burn... Cassie - So glad you were able to get around having surgery! It has been years since I have had a real massage. Bet I can talk DH into a wrist massage tonight though! Love the ideas Ladies - thank you!!!
I'm going to second massage as a treatment, hot rocks, Skinner's and vitamin-e oil baby! Okay, it's great if your SO helps out, but I cannot recommend professional massage enough. I have a girlfriend who is a massage therapist, it's always in my best interest to keep her indebted...
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