Before and After. About 45 Days Slow Carb Diet.
*** UPDATE **** April 11, 2011
Slow Carb Diet - Daily Diet
Cheat Day Diet
*** UPDATE **** April 7, 2011
Just came back this morning from my first official Bod Pod session. I have been dearly misinformed with my body from my own lame composite scale from weight watchers at home. Stats:: 167.28 lb & 12.5% body fat.
Started in January 2011 with a few weeks of experimenting with the Slow Carb Diet. Figuring out a routine, what foods to buy at the grocery and what to avoid to eat. Took me some time to realize some bad habits. Then started seriously in February. Met my goal mid March, which was to be 170 lbs. My new goal is to get as close as possible to 15% body fat before going Geek to Freak or Occams Protocol.
The Chart dates back to 2009 but thats just becuase i wanted to show how long i have been drifting in the 190's range, (Lucha Libre Body Type). The spikes in the chart are my cheat days. The last cheat was probably the most glorious. I started the day weighing 170.4 then the next morning I was 176.8, amazing. The next day back on the diet I was 172.6. Then 171.4 the next then 170 the next. Back in track.
Here is a chart of the latest data that i get from my composite scale. I know its not accurate but i have been trying to find a DEXA scan place near NYC or even BodPod.
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I dont have any side photos but i assume i will soon now that you ask. I'll post them up soon. Today im at my lowest ever 168lbs.
So workout. Well i have always worked out 2 to 3 times a week for like the last several years. But never much physical change occurred from it. That is until i changed my diet due to SCD. So maybe my abs were always hiding under my body fat. I do the 6-minute ab workout like in the book very often at first almost every day until I continued reading the book and realizing that i need a rest period to allow my muscles to grow so now i just do the exercise about 2 to 3 times a week. I also Lift weights twice a week and do martial arts on Saturday for about 3 1/2 hours (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai).
Hope that helps.
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First of all WOW - great job!! Whoohoo!!! Yippeah!! You look fantastic!!
And I am looking at your eating spreadsheet (thank you MUCHO) and adjusting the times to my schedule. I was wondering what time you eat lunch? The time isn't listed. Thank you so much and again CONGRATS on your amazing progress!!
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