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Right. Time to lose weight and leave Frumpdon

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BoraBora Mon 14-Jan-13 20:16:46

Oh, I have mash with my casserole smile

DD is 11 weeks old today!

FrantasticO Mon 14-Jan-13 20:15:25

I am going to fire up the shred DVD.--maybe, if I can drudge up the enthusiasm. Classes are so much better--
Jahan I agree kids are great but they sure make 24 hrs feel like 30 some days!

Jahan Mon 14-Jan-13 20:06:27

Borabora yes I am. Will look you up smile
How old is your baby? Just wondering as your food doesn't look like much for someone bfing. I get 500 cals extra on mfp!

Frantastico - its hard with kids! Well done though for staying at it.

FrantasticO Mon 14-Jan-13 19:45:04

Strike one - didn't make tonight's body attack, I always make
Otherwise attempting to stay at it!

BoraBora Mon 14-Jan-13 19:15:19

Are you on MFP? You can add me if you like - my name's Sastra on there.

I have eaten:

- porridge with honey (made with water)

- 2 veggie sausages and a bowl of veg

- dinner will be veggie casserole.

- 5 plain rice cakes.

30mins of Pilates

Jahan Mon 14-Jan-13 18:58:15

Evening all.

BoraBora Yes! definitely pelvic floor exercises. I do about 30 a day.

I'm also bfing so won't do the fast diet.

We had snow today so I didn't get out with the buggy but had a good day foodwise -
porridge, satsuma
sushi and soup
small h/m biscuit + choc snackajack (they are quite good!)
Chicken & veg casserole with small baked potato
Plus lots of pacing the hallway with non settling 11 week old!

I also oil treated my hair before washing it today and defuzzed.

This evening I plan to do some belly and toning exercises infront of the telly and body brush.

How did everyone else do today?

FrumpyPumpy Sun 13-Jan-13 20:55:06

Go on! You can do it! I lost 3.5lb with mfp this week; just do it!

BoraBora Sun 13-Jan-13 20:43:18

I forgot one - pelvic floor exercises!

Newyearoldmum Sun 13-Jan-13 20:41:25

I'm in .... Reducing carbs, classes 3x a week and if have time maybe fit in a gym workout all around a feisty 16 month olds busy schedule. Would like to lose 2-3 stone

FrantasticO Sun 13-Jan-13 20:29:12

I'm in!
Already go to 3 classes week, will keep it up
Follow WW propoints.
Get roots done--before witch look has set in--
Sleep--if kids let me--

BoraBora Sun 13-Jan-13 20:23:18

Hi, I've read a lot about fasting diets but I'm BF so I won't!

frenchfancy Sun 13-Jan-13 20:16:50

Have a look at Dr Mosely's book too "The Fast diet" I can't recommend it highly enough.(or just read the 5:2 thread on here which have the same information)

Jahan Sun 13-Jan-13 18:26:33

Hi BoraBora. Good plan! Very active.

I will be starting tomorrow.

I'm pondering getting the new Paul McKenna book and cd. I need all the help I can get smile

BoraBora Sun 13-Jan-13 14:40:28

Ill join smile

I have 2.5 stone of baby weight to shift.

My plan (might think of more).

- run 4X per week
- Pilates DVD 2X per week
- Daily Vit D and Iron supplement
- Leave the house every day on week days with buggy

Jahan Sun 13-Jan-13 14:31:23

I'm fed up of feeling fat and frumpy and need a revamp.
I'm looking forwards to summer and being able to wear t shirts, dresses and summery clothes without feeling self conscious.
I want to go swimming with the kids without feeling like the wobbliest person at the pool.
I need to lose 2 stone.

This is my plan;

daily multi vit and vit d
Walking every day for an hour with the buggy (weather permitting. Only non permitting weather is snow)
Davina dvd 2-3 times a week when I can fit it in with a non daytime sleeping baby
Body brushing
oil treatment for hair once a week
oil cleansing method for skin

I'll factor in a haircut and facial as I go along.

Anyone like to join me for updates and big kicks up big butts?

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