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Getting back to healthy, weekend 7

Talk about cutting it close!  I almost gained weight this week!  In fact, on Thursday, I was at 191 pounds, 3+ pounds higher than last week.  But I kept working out, and tried really hard to eat well, and by Sunday night, I had good news.  Let's get into it.

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Diet

It was my son's birthday. I had cake and soda. But other than that, I tried to eat well. I had salmon. I had veggies. I drank water and fruit juices.

Workout

My workouts were good. I rode my exercise bike at level 6 for 45 minutes every night except Friday. I did sit-ups. I used my 10-pound hand weights most nights. I would do curls, flys, and lifts. I felt good, healthy.

Weight

Last week I weighed 187.6. This week? 187.2. That's not a very big drop, but I'm happy, and I feel that maybe I built some muscle.

Other

I hope next weekend is good. I am building up to week 11, now. At that point, I will have been working out for 10 weeks (week 1 photos were from minutes before I began working out, so they are more like "week zero," showing no progress). I am trying to think of what I'll do. I have a JavaScript lying around that does a nice fade from image to image. I may try to line 'em up and have a little slideshow that reveals my progress (or lack of it). My goal by week 11 would be to be under 180 pounds, even if only by a hair. However, that would require me to lose 2 pounds a week, and right now I'm averaging 1 pound a week. Hmm. We'll see.

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