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BuffaloGal's Log


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Excerpt: Hi all. Wasn't sure if I wanted to do this but decided I needed to be accountable to someone, and I always seem to let myself down. Was inspired by Jens amazing transformation and thought I would give it a try myself. My stats: 5'6" 145 lbs Body Fat: 24% overall as of May - most of it carried in my hips/thighs I have uploaded pics to my gallery but have no idea how to attach them here. That might be a good thing, though. The pics are from last May and will take newer ones as

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    Re: BuffaloGal's Log

    Meal 1: 8:30 AM

    2 T-Rex
    Multi-vitamin
    Potassium supp
    1/2 C Oatmeal w/ splenda, cinnamon, 1/4 scoop protein powder
    17 oz water

    11:45 am: 1 Glucorell

    Meal 2: 12:10 pm

    6.5 oz baked tilapia w/ 1 T olive oil
    1 C couscous
    1 C baby spinach
    1C romaine lettuce
    1/4 C shredded carrots
    2T Light Done Right Italian Dressing
    17 oz water
    Took dogs for a one mile walk

    Meal 3: 3 pm

    Protein drink with one scoop ON Cookies n Cream
    6 large strawberries

    7:15 pm: 2 Glucorell

    Meal 4: 7:30 pm

    3.5 oz lemon pepper chix
    1/2 C green beans
    1 C sweet potato
    17 oz water

    Meal 5: 10 pm

    3 stalks raw celery
    2 T soynut butter
    17oz water

    Total Cals: 1578 (36% carbs, 32% protein, 32% fat)

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    Re: BuffaloGal's Log

    Monday, Sept. 26

    Meal 1: 8 am

    1 multi-vitamin
    1 potassium supp
    2 T-Rex
    1/4 C Oatmeal w/ splenda, cinnamon and 1/4 scoop protein powder
    3 egg whites
    17 oz water

    Meal 2: PWO Protein drink

    12 pm: 1 Glucorell-R

    Meal 3: 12:15 pm

    1 whole wheat tortilla w/ pizza sauce, onions, gp, 1/4 C low-fat mozz cheese
    Salad w/ 1 C romaine lettuce, 1 C spinach
    2 T Light Done Right Italian dressing
    1/2 C applesauce


    Leg Workout:

    Leg Press - 2 sets [email protected] lbs, 1 set [email protected] lbs
    Lunges - 1 set 10 w/ 10lb DB, 2 sets of 10 w/ 15lb DB
    Leg Ext - 3 sets at 30 lbs: lower 1/3, upper 1/3
    Deadlifts - 3 sets [email protected] lbs
    Inner Abductor - 2 sets [email protected], 1 set [email protected]
    Outer Abductor - 3 sets [email protected]
    Calf Press - 1 set [email protected], 1 set [email protected], 1 set [email protected]

    Wanted to get in some HIIT cardio but was very pressed for time w/ dr.'s appt and work. Legs need a rest anyway if I want to be walking by the end of the night.

    Got a great compliment at the gym today and was told I should seriously consider doing a fitness competition. Between the inspiration I get here and the kudos there, I just might consider it someday.

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    Re: BuffaloGal's Log

    Have to share a wonderful poem with you all that a friend recently gave me. Have been trying to get through some extremely tuff personal issues the past month or so and this couldn't have come at a better time! It helps me when I need a little extra boost and it's taken up permanent residency in my purse.

    Don't Quit

    When things go wrong, as they sometimes will,
    When the road you're trudging seems all up hill,
    When the funds are low, and the debts are high,
    And you want to smile, but you have to sigh,
    When care is pressing you down a bit,
    Rest if you must, but don't you quit.

    Life is queer with its twists and turns,
    As everyone of us sometimes learns,
    And many a failure turns about,
    When he might have won had he stuck it out;
    Don't give up though the pace seems slow,
    You may succeed with another blow.

    Success is failure turned inside out,
    The silver tint of the clouds of doubt,
    And you never can tell how close you are,
    It may be near when it seems so far;
    So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit,
    It's when things seems worse,
    that you must not quit.

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    Re: BuffaloGal's Log

    Monday, Sept. 26

    Meal 1: 8 am

    1 multi-vitamin
    1 potassium supp
    2 T-Rex
    1/4 C Oatmeal w/ splenda, cinnamon and 1/4 scoop protein powder
    3 egg whites
    17 oz water

    Meal 2: PWO Protein drink

    12 pm: 1 Glucorell-R

    Meal 3: 12:15 pm

    1 whole wheat tortilla w/ pizza sauce, onions, gp, 1/4 C low-fat mozz cheese
    Salad w/ 1 C romaine lettuce, 1 C spinach
    2 T Light Done Right Italian dressing
    1/2 C applesauce
    17 oz water
    Meal 4: 3:30 pm

    25 almonds
    17 oz water

    Had two cups of coffee with 2 T non-fat creamer at work. Have realized that this helps me with my cravings for sweet things, although the 90 calories for the creamer seem such a waste.

    6:15 pm 1 Glucorell-R

    Meal 5: 6:30 pm

    2 oz baked Tilapia
    1 C broccoli
    1 C couscous
    17 oz water

    Meal 6: 9:30 pm

    Apple
    2 T Soynut butter
    Protein Drink

    Totals cals: 1643 (41% carbs, 31% Protein, 28% Fat)

    **Ugh, still can't get these carbs down. The apple or the couscous may have to go.

    ***Passed one major hurdle today that always trips me up. My best friend told me that I don't fit into his life anymore and that he would have to break off the friendship. Normally, this would throw me into depression and I'd reach for the most convenient junk food in sight. Knowing that I would have to log it later has been such a tremendous help that I kept it clean today!! Maybe I can really do this.
    Last edited by buffalogal; 27-Sep-2005 at 12:04 PM.

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    Re: BuffaloGal's Log

    Quote Quote posted by buffalogal
    Monday, Sept. 26

    Meal 1: 8 am

    1 multi-vitamin
    1 potassium supp
    2 T-Rex
    1/4 C Oatmeal w/ splenda, cinnamon and 1/4 scoop protein powder
    3 egg whites
    17 oz water

    Meal 2: PWO Protein drink

    12 pm: 1 Glucorell-R

    Meal 3: 12:15 pm

    1 whole wheat tortilla w/ pizza sauce, onions, gp, 1/4 C low-fat mozz cheese
    Salad w/ 1 C romaine lettuce, 1 C spinach
    2 T Light Done Right Italian dressing
    1/2 C applesauce


    Leg Workout:

    Leg Press - 2 sets [email protected] lbs, 1 set [email protected] lbs
    Lunges - 1 set 10 w/ 10lb DB, 2 sets of 10 w/ 15lb DB
    Leg Ext - 3 sets at 30 lbs: lower 1/3, upper 1/3
    Deadlifts - 3 sets [email protected] lbs
    Inner Abductor - 2 sets [email protected], 1 set [email protected]
    Outer Abductor - 3 sets [email protected]
    Calf Press - 1 set [email protected], 1 set [email protected], 1 set [email protected]

    Wanted to get in some HIIT cardio but was very pressed for time w/ dr.'s appt and work. Legs need a rest anyway if I want to be walking by the end of the night.

    Got a great compliment at the gym today and was told I should seriously consider doing a fitness competition. Between the inspiration I get here and the kudos there, I just might consider it someday.
    Great job girl

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    Re: BuffaloGal's Log

    Quote Quote posted by buffalogal
    Have to share a wonderful poem with you all that a friend recently gave me. Have been trying to get through some extremely tuff personal issues the past month or so and this couldn't have come at a better time! It helps me when I need a little extra boost and it's taken up permanent residency in my purse.

    Don't Quit

    When things go wrong, as they sometimes will,
    When the road you're trudging seems all up hill,
    When the funds are low, and the debts are high,
    And you want to smile, but you have to sigh,
    When care is pressing you down a bit,
    Rest if you must, but don't you quit.

    Life is queer with its twists and turns,
    As everyone of us sometimes learns,
    And many a failure turns about,
    When he might have won had he stuck it out;
    Don't give up though the pace seems slow,
    You may succeed with another blow.

    Success is failure turned inside out,
    The silver tint of the clouds of doubt,
    And you never can tell how close you are,
    It may be near when it seems so far;
    So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit,
    It's when things seems worse,
    that you must not quit.
    This is a great poem

    Bunny posted it awhile ago & I have had it taped to the wall since

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    Re: BuffaloGal's Log

    Quote Quote posted by buffalogal
    Meal 4: 3:30 pm

    25 almonds
    17 oz water

    6:15 pm 1 Glucorell-R

    Meal 5: 6:30 pm

    2 oz baked Tilapia
    1 C broccoli
    1 C couscous
    17 oz water

    Meal 6: 9:30 pm

    Apple
    2 T Soynut butter
    Protein Drink

    Totals cals: 1643 (41% carbs, 31% Protein, 28% Fat)

    **Ugh, still can't get these carbs down. The apple or the couscous may have to go.

    ***Passed one major hurdle today that always trips me up. My best friend told me that I don't fit into his life anymore and that he would have to break off the friendship. Normally, this would throw me into depression and I'd reach for the most convenient junk food in sight. Knowing that I would have to log it later has been such a tremendous help that I kept it clean today!! Maybe I can really do this.
    Your carbs are not high.....where do you want them to be?

    Way to stay motivated

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    Re: BuffaloGal's Log

    Your carbs are not high.....where do you want them to be?
    I'd like them to be between 30-40% at the most. Yesterday they were at 41%, and on a typical day it's more like 50%. I'm trying to get more protein and less carbs, and will shoot for that over the next week.

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    Re: BuffaloGal's Log

    Tuesday, Sept. 27

    Slept in until 9 today and will start working mid shifts tonight. Not quite sure what meals to eat when with napping off and on all day and night, but will figure something out.

    Woke up and did 20 minutes HIIT cardio. 30 second sprints, 1 minute of light jogging on treadmill x 8

    9:55 am: 1 Glucorell-R

    Meal 1: 10:25 am

    2 T-Rex
    1 multi-vitamin
    1 potassium supp
    1/4 c oatmeal w/ splenda, cinnamon, 1/4 scoop protein powder
    3 egg whites
    17 oz water

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    Re: BuffaloGal's Log

    Quote Quote posted by buffalogal
    **Ugh, still can't get these carbs down. The apple or the couscous may have to go.

    ***Passed one major hurdle today that always trips me up. My best friend told me that I don't fit into his life anymore and that he would have to break off the friendship. Normally, this would throw me into depression and I'd reach for the most convenient junk food in sight. Knowing that I would have to log it later has been such a tremendous help that I kept it clean today!! Maybe I can really do this.
    You'll get there!!

    And good for you on receiving the bad news and handling it well!!

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