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djfit 02-01-2012 03:36 PM

First Transformation Contest
 
Start: Jan 2 2012
Female
Height: 5'1
Weight: 119.5 lbs
Waist: 34"
BF%: ?

Training: TT Abs 4x a week, 2 days TT bodyweight circuit for cardio

- Eliminated chips, fast food and most processed foods, pop, refined sugar, salt

- Eating a lot of fruits, raw almonds, brown rice, quinoa, veggies, salmon, tilapia, turkey, chicken breasts. Cheat meal 1x a week

- ESE 1x week

- Supplements: Isolate Protein, Fish Oil, Multivitamins, green tea, caffeine

- Bought Fat calipers for BF measurements:)


As of today Feb 1 2012:

Wt: 112.5lbs
Waist: 30.5"
BF%: 24%

*30 days of eating healthy and clean:)

Training: 3x TT Buff dudes and Hot chicks + 2x TT bodyweight circuit for cardio

Plan:
- Stay on eating super clean except on 1 cheat meal per week
- Will do lentils and other beans as new sources of protein
- Will eat a new vegetable once a week
- No alcohol for 30 days
- No fried foods for 30 days

What else? To be cont.

djfit 02-01-2012 05:34 PM

Fat calipers vs Gym body fat machines
 
Took my bodyfat % this weekend with my new Defender Bodyfat caliper and it came out 24%. Then today, just got back fresh at the gym baffled and confused. I had my bodyfat % taken on one of those fancy machines and it came out at 19%, not that I'm complaining but which one should I follow

gForce 02-01-2012 06:04 PM

All estimates of body fat are inaccurate in their own way.If you want to follow it, pick one method and take measurements in a consistent way. It may not give you an accurate absolute amount, but you can follow trends reasonably well.

Craig Ballantyne 02-02-2012 05:52 AM

Welcome, DJfit...good advice from G.

kerry 02-02-2012 08:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by djfit (Post 161561)
Start: Jan 2 2012
Female
Height: 5'1
Weight: 119.5 lbs
Waist: 34"
BF%: ?

Training: TT Abs 4x a week, 2 days TT bodyweight circuit for cardio

- Eliminated chips, fast food and most processed foods, pop, refined sugar, salt

- Eating a lot of fruits, raw almonds, brown rice, quinoa, veggies, salmon, tilapia, turkey, chicken breasts. Cheat meal 1x a week

- ESE 1x week

- Supplements: Isolate Protein, Fish Oil, Multivitamins, green tea, caffeine

- Bought Fat calipers for BF measurements:)


As of today Feb 1 2012:

Wt: 112.5lbs
Waist: 30.5"
BF%: 24%

*30 days of eating healthy and clean:)

Training: 3x TT Buff dudes and Hot chicks + 2x TT bodyweight circuit for cardio

Plan:
- Stay on eating super clean except on 1 cheat meal per week
- Will do lentils and other beans as new sources of protein
- Will eat a new vegetable once a week
- No alcohol for 30 days
- No fried foods for 30 days

What else? To be cont.

Wow, you are off to a great start!! Stay strong and keep it going.

Kerry

littletyger 02-02-2012 08:57 AM

Hey DJ, you're doing great! You're motivated, you've got goals and a plan and look at the results already! Keep up the great work!!

Lesa 02-02-2012 10:48 AM

Hi

Like the goals! 30 days will go by fast. Don't forget to post good days and the bad days. We are all in this together! Yay..."I'm sexy and I know it"

djfit 02-03-2012 12:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gForce (Post 161565)
All estimates of body fat are inaccurate in their own way.If you want to follow it, pick one method and take measurements in a consistent way. It may not give you an accurate absolute amount, but you can follow trends reasonably well.


Thanks for the input. I will probably try to get both measurements, more work but it will be interesting to find out the difference.

djfit 02-03-2012 01:01 PM

Thanks all for the input and encouragement.

djfit 03-27-2012 03:22 PM

Its almost here!
 
It's been awhile since my last post and the end of the 12 week transformation is almost here. I'm happy to say that I've made a LOT of progress that never in my last 15 years of dieting and exercise expected I would get from just following CB's program and a simple nutrition program.

Here's a quick round up since January.

Female 5'1
Total fat loss = 19 lbs
Inches lost from waist = 5 inches
Bodyfat 24% to 18.2 as of March11

Just a few more days to go, hoping to lose a lil bit more bodyfat especially in my lower abdominal area. They're such a pain to get rid off! Cross fingers.


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