ldematto wrote:The 2nd Cycle that we are currently in is specifically meant to "reset your metabolism by increasing and decreasing caloric consumption to stimulate fat burning and to help prevent plateaus."
ldematto wrote:I lost another .6 lb
I was sad that Robbie didn't make it I thought the last song he sang was beautiful.ldematto wrote:For the boys I love Robbie and Jacob!
amatlack wrote:Geez, guys, she found something that's working for her and that she's sticking with. And that's not that unhealthy (maybe you want to argue about low calories, but it's still at least 1,000, yes? so not one of those horrid cleanses). I say good for her.
Keep up the good work, Lu!
swanso5 wrote:so "proper' eating with a fancy title and a price?
ldematto wrote:Great day today! Warmed up with 50 Windmills...Did 20 minutes, 8 Sprints on the treadmill at level 5.
Medicine Ball Squat, reach - 3 x 30
Incline Flyes 3 x 30
Lat Pulldowns 3 x 15, 50 lbs
Weighted Squats with Smith - 3 x 15 - 90 lbs
Single Arm Rows - 3 x 10, 25 lbs
90 Minutes Svaroopa Yoga
Well, I can imagine it! You are killing it Lu!! It is great to see you using all that healthy energy you have. You go girl! Sprints, weights, yoga, treadmill -ldematto wrote:walked on the treadmill for 4 miles at 3.6 mph. Can't imagine losing weight with what I ate today,
fitoverforty wrote:Well, I can imagine it! You are killing it Lu!! It is great to see you using all that healthy energy you have. You go girl! Sprints, weights, yoga, treadmill -
an inspiration I tell ya...that's what you are. Rock on Lu.
Boss Man wrote:The Knee thing looks related to the Squats. I would suggest you don't go lower than 90 degrees.
swanso5 wrote:do some terminal knee extensions right before each set of squats
amatlack wrote:The only time I have knee issues is when I need new running shoes. If I run on a treadmill with worn-out shoes, my knees kill me. Otherwise, no problem.
Home treadmills are also a lot less padded that gym treadmills...unless you got a really expensive one.
fitoverforty wrote:Don't use incline on the treadmill for a while. The only time I have knee pain is when I do alot of hills. It is killer in the knees.
Sprints are fine - just no incline. just my humble opinion.
Don't forget to stretch after your sprints. A good one for that area you are describing is to lay on the floor lift that leg in the air and using a resistance band or a jumprope over the foot (across the bottom of your shoe, just above the arch area), hold to each handle and pull the front of the foot downward toward you gently - you should feel a good stretch all along the hamstrings and back of the knee area.
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