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Week 2 Obese To Fit – Day 2

I was actually looking forward to working out today.  Main motivator…?  My pants aren’t feeling as tight as usual – so long as I keep it up.  I had another “bad” salad today but it held me over until dinner.  I’ve noticed that eating salad for lunch doesn’t make me tired like a regular meal does after lunch.  Also, once in a while, when I get a craving for a snack, I bust out a can ‘o nuts which beats chips or candy bars.  Remember to try and stay away from sugars.  This means you will have to read the labels of the foods you are eating.  The less sugar you take in will help speed up your fitness goals.

I’m sticking to the same workout for day’s 4 & 5 then will be adding to it on day 6 and on.

OTF – Day #4

Food

  • Breakfast – Coffee & Water, and a daily vitamin pill
    • Don’t judge
  • Lunch – Salad
    • With grilled chicken
  • Dinner – Baked chicken, bread roll, and brocolli
    • Proteins and carbs, veggies

Workout

  • Daily seven stretches (10 – 12 min)
    • Neck stretches (1 min)
    • Bicep stretches (1 min each side)
    • Shoulder stretches (1 min each side)
    • Toe touches (1 min)
    • Spread legs shoulder width and touch toes (1 min each side)
    • Lunges stretching both sides (1 min each side)
    • Sitting outer thigh stretches (1 min each side)
  • Run/Walk (30 min)
    • Walk 5 minutes to warm up (5 min)
    • Run for 1 min 8 times with 1.5 min breaks in between (20 min)
    • Cool down walk for 5 minutes (5 min)
  • Stomach crunches
    • 10 x 3 crunches, rest 2 min in between
    • Side stretches (4 count – 10 reps) between crunch sets
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    Some ‘bad’ salad here and there don’t count 😉 In fact, I used to believe that if no one has seen me eating this, it does not contain any calories. But this week I and my wife have decided to get in shape together. It’s been 2 days and everything is going well so far.

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