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Old 06-06-2012, 02:23 PM
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Well said Ariane!
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Old 06-06-2012, 02:37 PM
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Get a good night's sleep, get your energy back and get back into the routine.

We all get "distracted" so harm done as long as you get right back on track again.
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Old 06-19-2012, 12:34 AM
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Hi guys

Havent posted for a couple of weeks but I'm still in the game. Had to take 2 weeks off because of some knee pain which is now better but managed to keep the pounds off during those weeks and I'm back into training now, on TT2K3 and looking to drop another 8 pounds or so in the next 4 weeks.

Workout A of 2k3 tomorrow - can't wait!
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Old 06-19-2012, 02:05 AM
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Hi guys

Havent posted for a couple of weeks but I'm still in the game. Had to take 2 weeks off because of some knee pain which is now better but managed to keep the pounds off during those weeks and I'm back into training now, on TT2K3 and looking to drop another 8 pounds or so in the next 4 weeks.

Workout A of 2k3 tomorrow - can't wait!
Best of luck with your workouts, and with keeping focused on your nutrition while you had to take a training break.

Many people are not that disciplined/motivated.
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Old 06-19-2012, 11:39 AM
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Great work, keep it up, and let us know about the knee.

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Hi guys

Havent posted for a couple of weeks but I'm still in the game. Had to take 2 weeks off because of some knee pain which is now better but managed to keep the pounds off during those weeks and I'm back into training now, on TT2K3 and looking to drop another 8 pounds or so in the next 4 weeks.

Workout A of 2k3 tomorrow - can't wait!
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Old 06-19-2012, 02:49 PM
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Morgan, I sent you a PM, regarding your question 3 weeks or so ago. If you look at the top right corner of your screen, you will see personal messages. If you want to answer, thats fine, if not, thats ok, too......Just never heard back from you..... P.S. Glad the knee is feeling better......minor setback, but it looks like you handled it well.......
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Old 06-20-2012, 01:36 AM
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Thanks for the support guys. The knee' s absolutely fine now after the rest and in fact I think the rest did me good as I feel invigorated.

Nutrition-wise over the course of these weeks, I've started to realise what really works for me in terms of compliance. I've started doing ESE at least once a week and really enjoy the fasts as they make me feel very focused on what I'm trying to achieve.

I've also started experimenting with more vegetarian meals, for example I made a chickpea and spinach curry last night, while in the mornings I'll have a shake with vegan protein powder, greens, blueberries etc... I'll snack on nuts and fruit and veg.

I definitely still enjoy eating meat and have no plans to be a vegetarian but I've realised I can enjoy delicious meals without meat and still get my protein needs and above all get some great all round health benefits.


Looks like I'm finding my way.
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Old 06-21-2012, 04:55 AM
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Thanks for the support guys. The knee' s absolutely fine now after the rest and in fact I think the rest did me good as I feel invigorated.

Nutrition-wise over the course of these weeks, I've started to realise what really works for me in terms of compliance. I've started doing ESE at least once a week and really enjoy the fasts as they make me feel very focused on what I'm trying to achieve.

I've also started experimenting with more vegetarian meals, for example I made a chickpea and spinach curry last night, while in the mornings I'll have a shake with vegan protein powder, greens, blueberries etc... I'll snack on nuts and fruit and veg.

I definitely still enjoy eating meat and have no plans to be a vegetarian but I've realised I can enjoy delicious meals without meat and still get my protein needs and above all get some great all round health benefits.


Looks like I'm finding my way.
Seems like there's a bout of Knee problems going around. Wsarwani had had issues too. Happy its getting better.

I've incorporated fasting into my nutrition too, i think its great and is helping to develop discipline, new habits and will no doubt be contributing to my weight loss.

Experimenting with new foods is a great way to keep meals interesting.

Well done
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Old 06-23-2012, 02:38 PM
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Thanks for the support guys. The knee' s absolutely fine now after the rest and in fact I think the rest did me good as I feel invigorated.

Nutrition-wise over the course of these weeks, I've started to realise what really works for me in terms of compliance. I've started doing ESE at least once a week and really enjoy the fasts as they make me feel very focused on what I'm trying to achieve.

I've also started experimenting with more vegetarian meals, for example I made a chickpea and spinach curry last night, while in the mornings I'll have a shake with vegan protein powder, greens, blueberries etc... I'll snack on nuts and fruit and veg.

I definitely still enjoy eating meat and have no plans to be a vegetarian but I've realised I can enjoy delicious meals without meat and still get my protein needs and above all get some great all round health benefits.

Looks like I'm finding my way.
Great, Morgan!

Happy to read your updates.

Knee: actually I had some troubles on and off for years, but TT always improves it, when I really watch the knee position. Especially squats, as the muscles around the knee get stronger.

Eat-Stop-Eat: I am already 66% there - the Eat parts go fine, I only have trouble with stopping

Enjoy the fast?! Now that is cool - I still have long way to go.

Vegetarian curry: yummy! Good idea. Same here: I like meat but sometimes a bit more vegetables is good. Fruit and nut snack is imho also very beneficial.

Do well!
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