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  • sharkluver22

    Yes!

    It certainly is moving in the right direction! Yeah, I knew you would say something about the Dew. ^_^ I typically just drink water or unsweet/decaff tea throughout the day...but I really wanted a Mt. Dew and was exhausted, and I certainly wasn't going to drink a regular one. I just wish they didn't sweeten it with aspartame. I'm not a fan of diet drinks, so you'll see them few and FAR between on my log. Thanks for checking! Have a great day!! ^_^

    Posted over 4 years ago by sharkluver22

  • GonnaGetThere

    Clarification

    Good Morning. I guess I didn't mean "diet" as in short-term plan to obtain weight loss. I meant it as in perm. change in eating habits, kinda like people are on a clean eating diet. :)

    Posted over 4 years ago by GonnaGetThere

  • GonnaGetThere

    Thanks...

    for being a motivator. I just need a kick in the ass starting Monday to get myself on the right track again. Was research Paleo b/c of all the talk on DB about it; any thoughts?

    Posted over 4 years ago by GonnaGetThere

  • sharkluver22

    ^_^

    I DID! But, I only got 3 on the first set. I juuuust almost got 3 on my second set, and I didn't come close on my third set. So, I reset it as a goal, as I want to do 3 sets of 3. Quick response! I only just posted it too!

    Posted over 4 years ago by sharkluver22

  • imogen2806

    (Yet Another) Quick Question...

    Hi Pam. Firstly let me say: thanks for all your time & info so far! I really appreciate it :) I was looking around for different ways to cook egg whites and bumped into a recipe for a sort of milkshake (blend together 6 egg whites + cup of milk + tsp of sugar + 2 drops vanilla essence). Was wondering if that may be a good thing to have right after a workout (instead of some synthetic protein powder shake), to help muscle growth and add to my daily protein intake? And if so, would it be ok to have it everyday? Thanks in advance.

    Posted over 4 years ago by imogen2806

About Me

My name is Pamela and I am an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer and ACE Lifestyle and Weight Management Consultant who has been on my own fitness journey for over 10 years. I love to help others by sharing what I have learned. Check out my blog and personal training services at www.thrivepersonalfitness.com

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Sex: Female

Age: 39

Weight: 115.5 lbs

Height: 5ft 3in (160 cm)