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Not Quite Boot Camp

Fri Apr 09, 2010 5:14 pm by Drew

I don't know that anyone will read this, but I'm going to say it anyway...

Starting Sunday, I'm getting off my butt and doing what I'm supposed to. For the past three weeks, I've been getting up early and going to the gym, but I haven't followed it up with cardio and diet. (Cardio - no excuse. Diet - its been a bit hectic)

So I'm making a public commitment to do better for at least the next …

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FITNESS EXPO & BOOT CAMP

Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:02 pm by Bonnie

FITNESS EXPO AT THE MALL

BOOT CAMP AT 8:00AM IN THE NORTH LAWN AT THE MALL
MALL WALK WORKSHOP & MALL WALK AT 9:00AM
FITNESS EXPO 10AM-3PM

EVERYONE'S INVITED. Anyone who wants to work the booth, participate in group demonstrations, etc just let Bonnie know! Smile

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Come Run With Us

Fri Jan 15, 2010 7:54 pm by Drew

Marcus and I did the Walt Disney World half marathon on January 9. We both had done a half marathon before, but never in such a large group.

The run was great. It started outside EPCOT, ran over Disney roads, then through the Magic Kingdom (including running through Cinderella's castle), and back to EPCOT.

While it was fun, it would have been better in two ways: 1. not be so stinking cold …

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Boot Camp is Over. Now What?

Fri Apr 09, 2010 3:53 pm by Drew

One of the worst things about boot camp is when it ends. Yes, it is wonderful to not have people yelling at you to "Hold Plank!!" for an hour, but what do you do after that in order to not lose the progress you made?

Let's get some ideas, people!

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A Shot of Motivation for those in need

Fri Apr 09, 2010 5:04 pm by Drew

A couple thoughts to motivate you in the hard times.

If you quit when things get hard, you will never realize exactly what you can do and how far you can go.

The saying goes "Pain is weakness leaving the body." I'd like to add that pain is also a way to remember that you were built for more than eating and sitting. I remember some of the days that were the hardest and I HATED …

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Confession Corner

Fri Apr 09, 2010 4:01 pm by Drew

Okay, so I did boot camp last year. Three of them, in fact. Since then... let's just say I fell off the wagon and haven't tried to catch it till recently.

I went from 270 (1/09) to 237 (8/09), mostly because of boot camp. However, after August, I have done very little, except run occassionally. I'm back around 255. I CONFESS!!

I know that I am not the only one. Someone else 'fess up. …

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First Leg day at maxxx

Tue Jan 19, 2010 10:09 pm by TrainerSteve

I just wanted to tell you guys how amazed I was at how well you all did today. Even though some of you got sick... you dug in deep and kept going. Jen W, I want you to regroup and come back tomorrow. You just need to eat more than celery. Clamydia, no more spaghetti dinners. You are all crazy. I really had to dig deep to come up with this crazy workout and you guys dominated it. Rock on …

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DIET TALK FEB 13

Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:00 pm by Bonnie

Second and final diet talk at 10am at Longevity with Bonnie. We will be going over inbodies and diet troubleshooting. Bring your journals and inbodies.

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DIET TALK JAN 23

Sat Jan 16, 2010 7:59 pm by Bonnie

Diet talk at 10am at Longevity. You are required to attend ONE diet talk.

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What are your favorite Low-Cal Foods?

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What are your favorite Low-Cal Foods?

Post  Bonnie on Thu Jan 14, 2010 7:19 pm

Everyone is always looking for low-calorie foods. What's your trick? What's your favorite go-to snack? Where do you eat out? PLEASE SHARE! Very Happy
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Snacks

Post  rbuds on Mon Jan 18, 2010 9:45 pm

One of my favorite snacks is Deli Fresh turkey ( 6 slices= 50 calories) and a wedge of laughing cow cheese ( 35 calories) I usually double up or add 3 melba toast (60 calories but high in carbs).

I also love Athenos roasted garlic hummus with celery. ( 2 TBSP Hummus = 50 calories/1 protein/ 5 carbs) One stalk of celery is about 10 calories) you can do carrots too.

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Low calorie snacks

Post  Hrlychx on Tue Jan 19, 2010 6:36 pm

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TIPS TO BEAT HUNGER

Post  Bonnie on Wed Jan 20, 2010 9:37 am

You are funny! Here's a BIG TIP: If you are getting 33% of your calories from protein you will NOT be neeeearly as hungry. If you are using www.fitday.com it will track that for you. When boot campers were getting most of their calories from carbs, those were days they noted being tired or starving to death.

ALSO, you need GOOD FATS. A little good fat like olive oil, avocado, fish oils, etc help give you energy and sustain you longer. Don't eat completely fat free foods unless it's a HUGE cut in calories. I would suggest going light instead. Many time fat free foods just replace the flavor with sugar anyway, so it just shifts where the calories are coming from. If you eat a food with a little fat instead of no fat, you will likely be MUCH HAPPIER and SATISFIED a lot longer. Think about it, if you aren't satisfied, you are likely going to eat sooner or more food later anyway, which is even worse. Smile
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Re: What are your favorite Low-Cal Foods?

Post  Bonnie on Wed Jan 20, 2010 10:02 am

Here are a few snacks/foods that keep me happy without packing on calories:
Pretzel "Thin Sticks" 88 sticks = 105 calories
Creme Brulee Sugar-Free Pudding = 70 calories
100 Calorie popcorn (I spray butter spray on it to add taste)
Sugar-Free Lifesaver Popsicles = 20 calories
One packet of Strawberries and Creme Oatmeal = 130 calories
One packet of cheese grits = 100 calories
Goldfish crackers = 50-55 pieces for 140 calories (depending on the flavor) and I normally don't eat that much - I just pop a few in my mouth for taste.
Chobani Greek Yogurt = 140 calories 14 GRAMS OF PROTEIN
YoCrunch Light Yogurt = 120 calories, 6gms of proteim
Sargento Sharp Cheese Sticks = 60 calories, 5gm protein
Cottage Cheese with Pineapple = 110 calories, 10gms of protein
Chicken Sausage, Gourmet Spinach and Asiago cheese from Sam's = 110 calories, 15gms protein in one large sausage link
Simply Smart Fat Free Milk - 90 calories, 10gm protein (and it doesn't go out of date for a LOOOOONG time) this is great for people who don't drink a lot of milk

I also snack on lunch meat & beef jerky for other high-protein snacks. Plus another snack for us is our protein shake. You can always try one of our shakes at The Max. We have all kinds of flavors! Smile

Sip away hunger = with Hot Tea or Defac coffee as another idea of what to do when you are wanting to snack and you know you aren't really hungry.

There are a TON of other snack ideas too, so chime in people!!
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Cereal Lover's Breakfast

Post  Bonnie on Wed Jan 20, 2010 10:30 am

If you are on a 1200 calorie diet then your meals should be around 300-350 each and snacks should be around 100-150 each. Here's a breakfast idea for cereal lovers
Kashi Lean Crunch with fat free milk = 290 calories, 19 grams of protein!
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ez diet foods

Post  banjo on Fri Jan 22, 2010 3:16 pm

Banjo's favorite diet foods
I'm always on the go, so I like easy and fast...
breakfast on the go...jimmy dean d-lite- turkey sausage, egg, cheese, and potato bowl only 230 calories with 23g Protein.
easy snack wrap...OLE wraps (71 cal/8g protein), with 1 serving honey ham deli slices (70cal/9g protein), and 1 piece Jarlsberg lite cheese (50 cal/7g protein)= 191cal/24g protein)
if it's not too hot Campbell's Healthy choice soup...chicken and egg noodle (90cal/7g protein...per serving...2 in a can...and it has a pull tab top so u don't need to bring the can opener)
100 calorie popcorn...can't get much easier
need crunchy...soy crisps...110cal/8g protein...and you get 17 crisps in a serving
balanced snack... lowfat cottage cheese and banana (170 cal/11g protein) OR string cheese with small apple (120 cal/7g protein)
favorite diet dessert...strawberries (the girls use fat free cool whip, but I like them plain)
Make it simple. The biggest thing is plan ahead...and plan to succeed!!!!!!
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Low Cal foods

Post  Dawn on Tue Feb 02, 2010 1:00 pm

I have learned alot...counting calories is key and it also makes a diet a little easier. For the first time I can diet and not starve! I love the Perdue chicken breast singles. I marinate them in a low fat italian dressing and I will bake all 5 at once. I sprinkle different types of cheeses torwards the end of baking to give them some variety. They are only 150 calories each, so with a little cheese and a veggie, I have dinner for days, plus an awesome source of protein! Gotta love a chicken breast!
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