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Blubber be gone!

#1 Postby offense74 » Tue Jan 03, 2006 4:46 am

Ok, so I want to lose the last 10-15kg so that I can lie between 88-93 insted of 103-105.
Here's the plan:

Food
Breakfast
5-8 fruits.
40-50g pea protein, 1 banana, 100g of berries. 1 tsp flax seed oil.
Snack
Fruit (lighter, like apple or pear).
4-6 nuts (unsalted. Almonds or Hazel)
Lunch
400-600g of frozen, microwaved veggies (usually dark leafy with added corn and/or peas)
1 avocado.
250g beans.
Snack
Fruit (lighter, like apple or pear).
4-6 nuts (unsalted. Almonds or Hazel)
Dinner (before workout)
Oatmeal with 1,5 tsp of ground flax with frozen berries. Soymilk (with 3g sugar/100g).
When I get home from workout
c:a 500g salad (based on fresh beets, carrots, lettuce, cucumber, swede)
150g tofu
3 dl tomatojuice

Workout
Gym
I split my upper body into 4 parts: back, chest, arms, shoulders and I go through them over the course of the week. I use 30-40 mins of intense, heavy lifting on every part. I'm not really in need for more muscle, I just want to maintain.
Cardio
I dance 5-7 days/week. The classes are 1 hour and at least 3 of them are so intense that I almost puke and taste blood.
I use my bike for everything wich means about 45mins every day.
I do moderate amounts of physical labour and walking on the job.

The problem that I've had are the weekends with cookies, nuts and coconut milk. I need to stop that and just try to copy my weekdays program as far as I can. I might eat a little more fruit and a little less veggies on the weekends.

Does thi seem good? Do I need more protein? Less fruit? Ok to eat salad at night?
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#2 Postby offense74 » Tue Jan 03, 2006 2:59 pm

Did chest today and had no problems. Were lifting quite heavy. Afterwards I took a hip-hop class and I felt heavy and were not really into it. Hope it gets better later in the week.
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#3 Postby offense74 » Thu Jan 05, 2006 3:52 pm

Was at a hip-hop class today after I'd done my triceps.
It was so fun that even 5 hours after I still have a light buzz and my body is twitchin' a little :D .
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#4 Postby SeaSiren » Thu Jan 05, 2006 4:06 pm

I'm glad you enjoy your class! :)

So what exactly are you doing for chest and triceps?

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#5 Postby offense74 » Thu Jan 05, 2006 4:28 pm

I don't know the actual names for the routines. I find a string, put on a lot of weight and then I pull it until my face turns blue.
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#6 Postby SeaSiren » Thu Jan 05, 2006 4:37 pm

offense74 wrote:I don't know the actual names for the routines. I find a string, put on a lot of weight and then I pull it until my face turns blue.


OK, just checking. :lol:


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