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Posted by seasnake , 24 July 2021 · 78 views


Days since inception: 1368 Current Fasting Period Points: 0 Longest Point Streak: 7 Total Food Days: 352 Total Fasting Points: 1016

Average Exercise During Current Session: exercise time keeps being erratic, I put in two to three hours of exercise yesterday.


First Recorded Weight (lbs.): 163.5 Total Days since Recording Weight: 1338 Current Weight (lbs.): 143.9 Total Weight lost (lbs.): 19.6

Weight lost during current session (lbs.): -10.1 Most weight lost during a session (lbs.): 5.1 Points of that session: 3 Current BMI: 20.1


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, 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 is known for both health and weight loss, nutmeg, cinnamon, and turmeric are excellent herbs reputed to assist flexibility. Sage is good for memory and mental health. Avoiding hot spicy herbs is wise as they can irritate the bladder making urination painful.


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 mpa at: https://www.myproana...rkout-routines/.


Morning stats came in at a height of 5'11", weight of 143.9 lbs., 12.3 lbs. body fat at 18.7%, 63.7% water mass, 7.2% bone mass, 27" natural waist circumference (narrowest point between ribs and belly button) and 28" abdominal circumference (narrowest point between belly button and hips) with a narrower than normal 1" separation between the two mid-section circumference measurements and a 0.1% higher than normal bone mass, both taken together indicative of a bloated state of being.


Totally shocked and depressed over my after food day weight gain of just over ten pounds as I didn't think yesterday was that heavy of a food day. I should return back to eating pizzas. I put in an hour and a half to two hours of exercise during the evening.


All food dishes emptied after each feeding, where the second feeding was met by a large family of kits, as well as a possum that one of the kits tried unsuccessfully to drive away. The possum simply went to a different dish a very short distance away and seemed quite happy about the trade up to apple pie.

 

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