Fear NOT Blizzard Fans. While Blizzard may have pooped in your soup yesterday with their news that Flying may never return to future Blizzard Expansions, I bring you good tidings of Joy! The #BlizzconSlimdown keeps on rolling down he track! This week really good progress was made for me personally! Despite an already documented disaster, I recovered nutritionally and delivered another drop on the ole’ scale. I also finally kickstarted another phase of the #BlizzconSlimdown! Let’s get to the stats! Four weeks in, and we’re doing fine!
- Weight 302.9 (Down 2 lbs)
- Chest 50 inches (no change)
- Waist 52 inches (no change)
- Hips 46 inches (no change)
- Thighs 29 inches (down .5 inches)
- Biceps 17 inches (down 1 inch)
- Neck 17 inches (no change)
- Calves 18 inches (no change)
- Body Fat 31.87%. (up .16%)
So, I’m down 2 lbs and 1.5 total inches across my body. Since the Body Fat % stayed mostly the same you could say I lost only minimal body fat. I choose to see progress! This now means tht I’ve dropped 6 lbs in about three weeks. A good steady drop in weight. My goal was to try an maintain pace of 2 lbs dropped a week, and I seem to be getting there!
This week I added more exercise as I fired back up on #DDPYoga! DDP Yoga is kind of a combination of Body Resistance Training with Cardio and Yoga. It’s not a pure yoga, but it’s a great workout. And what I need to do is focus on flexibility and health now that I’m pushing into my late 30’s. My Power Lifting Days are well behind me. I picked up on the DDP Yoga Intermediate Schedule. So, I’ve completed Week 1, and I’m excited about it! I’ll be adding a day of crossfit & kettlebells as well. I’d like to get an exercise Bike to have at the house, but I really cannot afford it. However, I need a little extra cardio as well.
These are things to work towards though. This next week, I stick to DDP Yoga and (1) extra session of Crossfit / Kettlebells and see how this builds! I’d love to break the 300lbs Barrier this week! That’s my ‘stretch goal’. Oh, and I saw BOB on Friday. So, I’ll be writing a piece about taking care of your body as you transform it, and how that often times is painful. Pain is a part of this process. You cannot over-look it!