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That's awesome Mrs. SVC! Good luck with getting back into a comfortable routine. I'm glad to hear that you've healed well.

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Mrs. SVC: That is most excellent news indeed. Enjoy your journey back to physical activity but don't push too hard. Listen to your body and in no time you'll be stronger then before.

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good luck mrs svc. keep us posted (ha!) on your progress.

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That must be a relief DV.. Good luck on the rest of your speddy recovery. Ive never been a fan of weighted jerky movements anyway. I always figured they were a really good way to injure yourself

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News from my neurosurgeon: I can start jogging and rowing; suppose to check with the physical therapist but doctor said light bodyweight & strict movements should be okay - I'm all healed, now it's just reconditioning. Only restriction is still no jerking movements until 12 weeks postop (so no Olifts or kipping movements).

Going to get a jog in tomorrow morning before it's too hot outside.

Yay! mrs svc

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Thanks SV. I haven't thought we weren't hwp in some time, but it's more like I feel that a truly flab-free belly is within my grasp yet I struggle to reach it. I see the success I've had in the last 3 weeks of cutting 700 cal a day on average and working out all but maybe 2 days, and I'm happy with it, but I think I would need to do another 10 weeks to get to where I want to be. I know I can do 2 more weeks until August 2, and then we will be traveling most of the month, and I will not be able to keep going like that. Oh well. If I can keep from sliding back too far in August I should be able to be where I want by perhaps Thanksgiving.

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vabeach - you certainly both look HWP in your pictures (in my eye).

funny, as I lost weight (mrs), he hurt his ankle (permanent damage) and unfortunately gained a little - unable to do much weight bearing as is limited to boxing against a punching bag for his only workout right now.

Fortunately, our combined weight is still close to our wedding (phew). And continues HWP.

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FHTOTD: got my cardio in first thing before waking the chilluns.

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Fhtotd: sweaty cardio at home means ya can jump right in the shower afterwards.

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Oh, as for how I determine my deficit...

I assume a "do nothing" metabolic rate for myself as 2,600 per day. In fact, I think it's slightly higher, but I work with that.

I assume a good, hard 1-hour gym workout is 600 calories. I take my bike computer's word for it with respect to calories burned - roughly 40 per mile.

So, a ketosis-driven diet is 60:35:5 fat/protein/carb. Keeping the fat high is critical to prevent bouts of hunger. I'm grumpy for the first couple of days and then I'm fine, and after a week I actually begin to forget to eat.

So if I'm totally sedentary I will try to do a 500-cal deficit. If I do something crazy like do a workout and then ride my bike 90 miles (thereby having a total burn on the day of around 6,800 calories) I will limit my deficit to 1,500 or so, as your body can only mobilize so much fat in a day. Of course, if you're exercising like that, you can easily eat 100+ carbs a day and stay in ketosis, but I make up most of the extra in meat, eggs, nuts, and vegetables. Doused in hollandaise or ranch dressing, of course.

Anyway - that's how I work. Your mileage may vary.

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