ieGod

Start Weight:(11 May 10) 170.0 lb
Current Weight:(31 Jul 15) 158.0 lb
Goal Weight:155.0 lb
following: ieGod's own diet
performance: gaining 0.1 lb a week

Living a healthy lifestyle and focusing on aesthetic goals. Currently doing cut/bulk cycles and loving the progress. Summer abs + winter gains holding strong.

FatSecret member since: 11 May 10

ieGod's Weight History


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Online now jwill77nc2
last weighin: gaining 3.4 lb a week Up
 
Yolanda9179
on diet I Work out!
last weighin: losing 1.0 lb a week Down
latincharmer
last weighin: gaining 1.9 lb a week Up
 
jparlett
buddies only



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RDI
Make sure when you're calculating things like RDI or TDEE that you use a base activity level of as low as you can go (completely sedentary) and use that as the starting point.

Your individual metabolism will not be exactly what you're quoted, so be sure to track week to week to ensure you're heading in the right direction. If you're gaining weight, knock off 700-1000 calories off that estimate. If you're maintaining, knock off 300-500. If you're losing, perfect, don't change a thing.
posted 30 Jul 2015, 10:40
Do you?
I'm not sure what a high expectation is, exactly. I think I've been doing this long enough that I know exactly what's attainable in what timeframe, and my hopes/expectations are 'realistic'. So medium both maybe. Sustainable weight loss is a product of a complete lifestyle, and to do it properly while preserving lean body mass is a slow endeavour. Likewise, building lean body mass requires the same diligence in the opposite direction. The downside to that one is the diminishing returns (for the non-enhanced).
posted 24 Jul 2015, 13:59
Food
Guido Bear wrote:
One pound equals 2500 calories.


I believe it's 3500, though it's not exact.
posted 23 Jul 2015, 09:38
Breakfast
wholefoodnut wrote:
In many countries, soup is a normal breakfast,


Pho is so freakin' delicious.
posted 23 Jul 2015, 09:35
What else can we drink
Roblaw2b wrote:
ieGod...did you see the study was fully funded by The American Beverage Association. Say no more.


I did notice that, which is why I had to point out exactly where it was published. Regardless of where the funding came from, it stood up to critical scientific peer review, and was published in a prestigious scientific journal. They don't tarnish their credibility because of funding sources.

I'm not making the claim that NNS beverages are "nutritious" or "healthy", but the science is sound. If you want to lose weight, adding them into your diet is a more effective route than just drinking water alone.
posted 22 Jul 2015, 14:07
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17 July 2015

5k calories yesterday. Badass. I haven't had a cheat day that epic in a while. It's all good, today that's going to fuel a new deadlift PR of 4+ plates. ...
on diet ieGod's own diet  

24 February 2015

And back to cutting. Didn't make the 180 mark this time. Let's see what the winter bulk produced.
on diet ieGod's own diet  losing 0.2 lb a week

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ieGod recorded a Weigh In at 158.0 lb.
ieGod replied to oneday123's post - RDI.
ieGod updated their Food Diary.
ieGod replied to schmetterling34's post - Do you?.

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