Induction is working wonders. I dropped another pound yesterday, so I am in a fantastic mood this morning.
That is a little over 4 pounds dropped this week. 😀
Yesterday’s Meal Plan
Breakfast – 3 eggs, slice of cheese and 2 slices of bacon
Lunch – Chicken thigh with onions and salad
Dinner – Hamburger patty with salad
Snack – string cheese
Calories – Approx 1200
Even Wal-Mart can’t take the smile off my face this morning. The latest news you ask? Well, as I assumed the discount they are offering for losing my bike can not be used at a local store. It has to be used online.
I will order the bike when I am done with this post, which means the bike is going to be coming around the 12th -14th. Oh well, at least with the discount and free shipping, I basically get my helmet, gloves and air pump for free.
Plus, they tossed in an extra $10.00 because the bike can’t be shipped 1 day shipping. So in the end, I am getting about $40.00 in discounts and another $50.00 in shipping for a total of $90.00. Oh, $100.00 with the extra ten bucks.
Not happy about the delay but once they really screwed up by losing the bike, they have done the best they can to clean up the mess.
Now let’s just hope I really get the discounts as promised and let’s hope the bike actually gets to me this time. 😀
Tip Of The Day
Slow and steady wins the race.
Don’t dive into the diet and use all of your energy and willpower on some diet and exercise plan that kills you.
I know there is an urge to get it over with as fast as possible which then pushes us to go over the top with the diet and exercise. This will lead to burnout very quickly and then you will dump the whole plan.
I’ve been there and done that no less than 10 times in my life maybe more. I start out starving myself then I would move on to the gym where I would push myself to exhaustion. I would see good results but after a month or two I would be done. Mentally and physically I would be totally drained.
We all have a problem with moderation. We have the same problem when we start new diets and exercise plans because we want immediate gigantic results.
In the long run, you are much better off starting with a diet until you get a nice head of steam built up and then moving into light exercise. Then you can slowly work in more exercise as you get in better shape.
My routine has included some walking but I didn’t start walking until 6 months into my diet. Then I walked for about 3 months and then I used the cold weather as an excuse to stop. I hated it, but I didn’t use the exercise stoppage as an excuse to toss the towel in on the diet.
Since I hate walking so much, that is what led me to the bike idea. I’ve always loved bike riding so hopefully I will still love bike riding.
My point is we need to moderate our diet and exercise plan. Of course you can’t moderate it to the point it has no effect but you also shouldn’t go overboard to the point it is torture. It needs to be difficult but not so tough it wears you out mentally and physically.
Happy Dieting, see you tomorrow
The Grumpy Man