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  • You should probably be eating better than you are right now. Let's work on that together.

    Day 4. Back to the PC. I had this beer in my fridge for the last few weeks so decided it was a good time to use it. A friend gave us some fresh sourdough so it was impossible to not eat that with the supper corn chowder. The calories expended for hockey are probably a bit high but definitely not out of control. I upgraded to the gold version of cronometer which makes saving recipes easier, it kills me to pay $7/month for something like this but hopefully after 4-5 months everything will just be habit, I'm down to 160lbs and ready for race season.





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  • You should probably be eating better than you are right now. Let's work on that together.

    Alright, I'll join this. I was using myfitnesspal pretty successfully, but just fell off the wagon, again. Why cronometer over myfitnesspal? Currently hovering around 170 and want to race about 155 (I'm only 5'7")
    I find cronometer a bit easier for whole foods and provides a bit more data. Their mobile app isn't as nice but their desktop version is good. Kind of a toss up really. I used MFP but didn't stick with it so this is just a different thing. I like that it imports all of my garmin data but I think MFP also does that.
    Johns622
  • You should probably be eating better than you are right now. Let's work on that together.

    Easy swap: replace your chips & crackers with sliced cucumber or bell pepper as a vehicle for your hummus.
    Another easy swap, @doyoueventribro can you tolerate blueberries? Frozen blueberries have fantastic flavor. Do you have a sweet tooth? Are the sour patch kids a craving or a habit? Try switching for frozen blueberries. If not sweet enough you can add a little Truvia.
    I have frozen wild gooseberries and always have blueberries in the freezer. The sour patch kids were a result of running errands too long between breakfast and lunch. I stopped for gas and they didn't have pay-at-the-pump so I had to go in. The sour patch kids were too tempting.
    M_WareAaronWebstey
  • You should probably be eating better than you are right now. Let's work on that together.

    Easy swap: replace your chips & crackers with sliced cucumber or bell pepper as a vehicle for your hummus.
    I've been eating it more with baby carrots and that seems to help. As long as I can limit the tortilla chips I think I'll be ok
    kjrunninAaronWebstey
  • You should probably be eating better than you are right now. Let's work on that together.

    Day 3. I'm ok with it. Easy changes. No sour patch kids and no beer puts me at a decent 500 cal deficit and I still haven't exercised. Meal prepped some things. I made a butternut squash soup that made 6 servings so that's a good lunch for the week. I think I'm going to add some chickpeas or other bean to it to up the protein, calorie and texture. I made my own hummus, the stuff I usually buy is packed with oil, and a batch of black beans and snacked on them...so I'm counting it.




    kjrunninCraig_D

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