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From: The Fasting Game (Fasting Log) -- Everyone is Welcome to Join at any Time

Posted by seasnake , 25 August 2020 · 392 views


Days since inception: 1035 Current Fasting Period Points: 3 Longest Point Streak: 6 Total Food Days: 275 Total Fasting Points: 760

Average Exercise During Current Session: exercise time keeps being erratic, I got in a good five hours, or slightly more, of exercise yesterday


First Recorded Weight (lbs.): 163.5 Total Days since Recording Weight: 1005 Current Weight (lbs.): 128.4 Total Weight lost (lbs.): 35.1

Weight lost during current session (lbs.): -0.1 Most weight lost during a session (lbs.): 5.1 Points of that session: 3 Current BMI: 17.9


Maintaining weight through a set minimum weight of 130.0 lbs., under 130.0 lbs. during my daily weigh time shall turn the next day into a food day.

When it requires more than three fasting days to drop my weight under the set maintenance weight, I will adjust what I eat to reduce the weight drift.

Likewise, I shall adjust what I eat to avoid upwards weight drift whenever my Fasting Day 1 weigh in weight fails to be below is now normal 132.0 lbs..


Favorite beverage: A bottle of water with fruit punch flavored zipfizz, a teaspoon of creatine and greens powder, lemon juice, local honey, and nutmeg.

Zipfizz is an energy powder that is high in electrolytes and vitamins, creatine powder helps muscles tear down at a slower rate while retaining higher muscle hydration, greens powder is nutritional, lemon juice and honey are known for both health and weight loss, nutmeg, cinnamon, and turmeric are excellent herbs.


Thoughts on maintenance weight: Seems like I have a goldilocks zone that pivots around 131.0 to 131.5 lbs. as a set maintenance weight. When my weight goes over my muscles buff up with the most noticeable gains being in my chest, upper arms, and hips while maintaining a nice waist. When i drop under my mid-section drops weight the fastest but although I continue to have a good figure my chest pays the price as my ribcage pokes through. Ideal goldilocks zone = BMI 18.2 last fasting day, 18.8 food day. Since I've dropped my set maintenance weight to 130.0 lbs., I'll have to wait to see what happens.


Link to my fasting log spreadsheet: https://docs.google....dit?pli=1#gid=0. Feel free to duplicate/copy it to log your own stats. It compares periods

I've created a fun and easy to do at home youtube exercise video thread in the exercise section of lop at: https://www.myproana...rkout-routines/.


Morning stats came in at a height of 5'11", weight of 128.4 lbs., 9.0 lbs. body fat at 7.0%, 68.1% water mass, 7.1% bone mass, 22.5" waist circumference and 24.5" abdominal circumference with a normal 2" separation between the mid-section circumference measurements. Once more I put in over three hours of work out and stretching time in the evening. In addition I got in around two hours of youtube video exercises. From now on, as long as I'm doing exercise videos, I'll claim a daily average of five hours of daily exercise per session on my spreadsheet given all the added little exercises and stretches for hip mobility and leg extensions.


Today's Videos Session https://www.myproana...rkout-routines/: legs, glutes, and abs routine... Workout Routine #11

All but the last video were pretty easy slow paced exercises, but I was sore going in. The last video I had to replace, and chose a pilates workout in its place.


Today was a food day and I ate fairly early as I didn't sleep much or well. I had some cherry pie, a few soft shell tortillas with a salad mixture and spicy mustard, pepperonis, candied covered peanuts, corn nuts, icy topped wheat cereal with a banana sliced in, a protein powder ice cream milkshake, a small box of raisons, and a couple glasses of zero percent fat milk with protein powder mixed in.


I was a bit too tired to start exercising until a bit later in the day than I usually start, and that meant I didn't have time to take any breaks in order to fit everything I normally do in. I did however persevere and get everything done. My body continues to make postural adjustments and loosen up, and my right shoulder is breaking up and improving. Splits are going to take a long time to even come anything close to looking like I am trying to do them. It is quite clear that my posture is off when trying to get into a forwards splits position with my left leg in front compared to the right. Left leg in front looks like someday it may stand a chance, but right leg in front appears beyond hopeless. That could well change if I can figure out and correct whatever postural issues are causing that.


All food dishes were empty by second feeding, and I was met by one adult raccoon at second feeding that has been showing up alone for a few days now. That raccoon trusts me, so most likely is one of my old regulars. Quite possibly could have kits which are currently too young to bring along. I'm guessing the decline in raccoons has to do with their denning up and birthing seasons. If so, many likely spread out and relocated.

 

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Honey Noodle
Aug 25 2020 03:00 AM

How did you get into fasting? How are you able to fast for so long? It's amazing

    • seasnake likes this

I just do short fasts of less than a week at a time, and for me those fasts are easy, even more so when I'm used to never eating two days in a row. Fasting was never that hard for me, and I feel much better fasting than I feel after eating. When I ate every day, I always felt like I was hungry and starving. Only when I stopped eating every day did the sense of constant hunger leave me.