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Old 02-27-2012, 05:08 PM   #21
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You look great!!! Keep up the good work!

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<--avi is now. 125-130lbs. I'm 5'7''. DS1 turns 8 in June, although I've been at this weight for well over a year+.

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Mom2LBJ those are your abs? If they are....WOWOWOWOWOW! Please pass on some tips to this tired mama of 4! I am working so hard and just hoping to see results like yours!
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Mom2LBJ those are your abs? If they are....WOWOWOWOWOW! Please pass on some tips to this tired mama of 4! I am working so hard and just hoping to see results like yours!
yup! Its all in the kitchen. You can do all the ab workouts you want, but if you don't eat clean, your abs wont be clean
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yup! Its all in the kitchen. You can do all the ab workouts you want, but if you don't eat clean, your abs wont be clean
What does your normal day look like with regards to meals?
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What does your normal day look like with regards to meals?
I don't eat meals, but small snacks through the day. I always, always eat when I wake up usually two eggs (salt & pepper, hot sauce, or salsa) and a slice of whole wheat toast (no butter) with either soy/almond/hemp/rice milk (no cow's, all light versions). I'll have two cups of coffee while getting everyone ready, no cream, no sugars, just black. After my AM hour of cardio with tons of water, I usually have oatmeal (again made with the above milks, no cows) with a handful of berries as the 'sweetener'. Then I take an MMA fitness class, tons of water, and have another small snack like tuna (nothing added), a banana, PB on toast, yogurt (basic, no extras) w/a banana. Then repeat for the rest of my daily classes. The idea is just no large meals that weigh me down and make me feel like yuck during the day so I can keep going. I do eat often, never skip anything and always always always eat something when I feel hungry (I keep turkey jerky in my bags as a snack). Its all healthy, clean (no extras), basic snacks. I will pig out when I want tho, so its not like I'll turn down birthday cake at your party because I'm on an uber-strict diet That just motivates me to keep working out. I try to stay away from cow's anything, cheeses, milk, beef etc. I lean more towards lean chicken, turkey, seafood & buffalo. I don't do dips, dressings, heavy sauces, creams etc. I'll stick to salt & pepper, hot sauce & salsa. I drink black coffee or water during the day. No sodas ever, not even diet, and never any juices. If we go out to eat, I'll order iced tea, and like my coffee, no sweeteners. Alcohol is miller light or a mojito if not from a mix. I just aim to keep things simple, stay on the outside of the grocery store, no boxes/prepackaged items, tons of veggies, moderate fruits, high protein and whole carbs.

-by simple I mean something like I'd rather snack on raw veggie sticks than worry about making a healthy version of a dip for my crackers. I'd rather just eat my chicken with salt & pepper on top than trying to find a special healthy recipe for it. I save that for the real thing, the bad version of that chicken recipe, but just limit it to an every once in a while thing (once or twice a month). I don't picture my food as a flavor importance, rather as fuel and outcome importance.
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