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grannyannie - Sunday Dec 09, 2012
(Healthy food-getting super-fit-maintenance)
Weight: 132.0

Today I am grateful that I'm inside my cozy house while the wind is howling outside!

Had dinner last night at friends' house - roast beef, roast potatoes, gravy, Yorkshire pudding, veggies, rolls, apple tart w/ice cream, cheese and crackers, lots of vino, many bite sized chocolates.  I was so full I thought my belly would explode!! 

Tried out my travel workout routine yesterday. My calves are in knots today! I have good definition in my calves and thought they must be quite strong with all the spin biking, etc. But this routine must have used different calf muscles. I'll have to do the cardio portion of this routine at least once a week before we go to Uganda so I don't end up having problems with sore calf muscles while we are there! I can't do any exercise that requires lying on the floor as all will be concrete and I'm not packing a mat. I'll try to do the cardio on dirt or grass instead of hard concrete floors. Here is the routine and it took me about 40 minutes then 5 minutes of stretching:

CARDIO:

  • run in place w/high knees - 3 mins

alternate:

  • jumping jacks – 3 sets of 25
  • jump rope - 3 sets of 25

 (laps in Lakeview Hotel pool?) 1 week

STRENGTH:

  • wall pushups – 3 sets of 15
  • full planks - 3 sets at 20 seconds each
  • triceps dips using chair - 3 sets of 10
  • squats - 3 sets of 20
  • lunges with water bottles - 3 sets of 20
  • side dips with water bottle - 2 sets of 20
  • hula hoops move – 4 sets of 10
  • standing abs - 3 sets of 12 each leg
  • standing side & backward leg lifts/fire hydrant - 3 sets of 10 each
  • standing calf raises – 10 each leg
  • tae bo side kick – 2 sets of 16 each leg
  • arms routine 7 mins (set timer and do all the ones I remember)

Just doing some housework today although I'm not feeling energetic for some strange reason.  

Had 2 oatmeal raisin cookies this morning but otherwise plans are for clean eating today.  

Progress as of today: 35 lbs lost so far, only 4 lbs to go!

IndependentEm93 on 12/09/2012:
Rest up and see if you feel better tomorrow!


V on 12/10/2012:
Happy to hear you survived the party :) Your routine looks like a winner! I am sure you are nice and rested, I did the same yesterday, had a little too much Vino on Saturday evening so I was dragging big time yesterday..LOL


thenewMLE on 12/10/2012:
Dinner sounds great!! I hope your calves feel better. There is nothing worse than knotting up your calves and then needing to walk! I knotted my calves and shins on that spin bike episode from hell with my SIL and I thought I was in great shape from biking, but you are so right - it is different muscles and when you catch them by surprise they catch you!! Drink more water and stretch them out slowly. Have a great day!



grannyannie - Saturday Dec 08, 2012
(Healthy food-getting super-fit-maintenance)
Weight: 132.0

Today I am grateful for a leisurely breakfast in bed with my hubby listening to the radio and looking at our view.  

I changed my current weight to reflect today's reading. Guess the chocolate and other snacks caught up with me. Not going to freak out, but will do something about it. I will enjoy our trip to Uganda more if I arrive with the option of gaining a few pounds. I consider 128 the very lowest weight for me (at least until the muscles start to make a difference on the scale, which I'm surprised they haven't yet). I predict we'll be drinking quite a bit of cold beer while we are there. In most places the bread, sweets, cheese and bacon are awful there, so those won't be a big problem. The chips/fries are good though. Traditional meals there are seriously high carb and as seen outside the cities, huge portions of matooke (cooked, mashed plantains) result in very large women!

I've got a travel routine worked out and I'm going to do it today to see how long it takes and what needs to change. I'll use water bottles for dumbbells. If I buy some 1.5 litre water bottles in Uganda, even better. That's what I used when we lived there. 

We've been invited to dinner at our friends' house tonight. Lots of vino. I'm going to bake them some oatmeal-raisin cookies as they liked those and they are low sugar. The hubby is diabetic. I used to bring them bottles of wine as a gift but I believe they buy wine by the case as they always have a huge stock.  Same for whisky.  (they have a B & B). 

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/cinnamon/raisins/chopped almonds/skimmed milk, tea w/milk
  • L:  grilled cheese sandwich (low fat cheddar on multigrain), yogurt, clementine, banana
  • D:  at friends' house

Have a lovely and healthy weekend, ladies!  

Edit: Just remembered that today it's been 32 years since the death of John Lennon. I remember it very, very well. I was overwhelmed with sadness. 

Progress as of today: 35 lbs lost so far, only 4 lbs to go!

V on 12/08/2012:
That is great that you have your routine planned out for your trip. Go Annie! Have a wonderful time at dinner tonight :) Are you a whiskey drinker? I can't touch it, it make me a tad bit looney..Hahaha Hope you have a wonderful weekend!


selina on 12/08/2012:
Hi Annie! Sound like your upcoming trip to Africa is exciting! Stay well!



grannyannie - Friday Dec 07, 2012
(Healthy food-getting super-fit-maintenance)
Weight: 130.2

Today I am grateful for clean air and clean water!

Yesterday I went grocery shopping after spin class and tried to resist all the baked goodies displayed everywhere. Made it to the last aisle and bought a box of bite sized chocolates.   I've just been wanting to snack non-stop for weeks especially sugar. Sometimes I resist, but more often I don't. I ate that entire box of chocolates last night!!!    I really need to get ready for our trip and want to have a 'credit' before we go and get down to 128. It seems no matter how much I indulge my weight stays stable between 130-132.  

My neighbour came over earlier today and she keeps making comments about how skinny I am.  Today she said I looked gaunt. Hmm....  Last time I heard that was when I was 45 and got down to 119 and I did look gaunt as many tried to tell me but I didn't listen.

Workout at gym:

  • 15 mins treadmill
  • 10 mins rowing machine
  • about 5 mins on the elliptical while I waited for a very selfish man who stayed on the only spin bike in the gym for a solid hour!! 
  • 25 mins spin bike
  • 3 sets of 12 on 6 resistance machines
  • cables/pulley for triceps - 3 sets of 12
  • back lifts on half ball - 3 sets of 10

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/cinnamon/raisins/chopped almonds/skimmed milk, tea w/milk
  • S:  post workout:  oatcakes w/pb
  • L:  grilled cheese sandwich, yogurt, grapes, clementine
  • S:  2 oatcakes and nutella (wasn't on the plan for today!)
  • D:  veggie curry & rice, salad/ 1/2 pint hubbys home brew
  • S:  will try to avoid snacking tonight due to the unplanned nutella snack
  • Teas & lots of water

TOTAL:  1715

Progress as of today: 36.8 lbs lost so far, only 2.2 lbs to go!

Duaa123. on 12/07/2012:
it is ok no problem .. you Should not prevent yourself from eating chocolates you can eat a small Piece everyday :) and enjoy with it :) by this way I see various kinds of chocolates everyday and don't care about them :) ammm you also have to do more exercise and loose more calories to break constant weight :)

hope you enjoy in weekend


Umpqua on 12/07/2012:
Annie, I think you look great and strong! I think the "gaunt" comment is harsh and that weight is a very subjective thing and people should keep those comments to themselves - JMO. RE your comment, I've been thinking about it as I make the umpteenth trip up and down the basement stairs to my printer to work on last minute documents for our investment purchase. I think if I did sit still I'd probably have an extra 20 pounds on me! ;P


biscottibody59 on 12/07/2012:
I aspire to be the 93 yr old woman whipping her behind all around the neighborhood in all weather as long as the sun was shining! Most people would have called her gaunt too:-) She was a marvel, and at the time I figured she was maybe in her early 70s. I finally asked her what she ate. She was no braggart, but shared freely.

Many people have no clue what they're talking about--your neighbor may be one of them;-)


V on 12/07/2012:
Okay I for one can tell you that you do NOT look gaunt or unhealthy..It pisses me off when people say that I am "skinny" First off to me skinny to me means unhealthy, puny, weak which is so not the case for me.. I agree some people have no clue what healthy looks like and you my friend is a picture of what healthy looks like <3

Okay once again on my theory that once you become efficient in burning calories with healthy living and eating healthy 80% of the time, what you consume will not make a hell of alot of difference on the scale..

Have a great weekend Annie :)



grannyannie - Thursday Dec 06, 2012
(Healthy food-getting super-fit-maintenance)
Weight: 130.2

Today I am grateful that the snow is nearly melted!

Although it's rainy and windy and cold...

Making plans to visit stepdaughter and her husband and baby son, probably the end of next week. They live in Inverness which is 200+ miles away.  We expect they'll spend xmas day at her mother's house.  

Workout:

  • 30 mins spin bike class

Menu:  (whether I stick to it or not is the question)

  • B:  porridge/cinnamon/raisins/chopped almonds/skimmed milk, tea w/milk
  • L:  1/2 pbj sandwich, oj
  • S:  2 clementines, banana
  • D:  veggie curry & rice, salad
  • S:  yogurt 1/2 pint hubbys home brew
  • Teas & water

TOTAL:  1413

Progress as of today: 36.8 lbs lost so far, only 2.2 lbs to go!

Duaa123. on 12/06/2012:
very good keep going... I hope you their .. :) I am happy that the snow finally melted


V on 12/06/2012:
Hoping the weather will warm up for you :) Have a good day Annie!


Umpqua on 12/06/2012:
I'm sure you'll have a lovely visit with the family. Do you drive or can you get there by train? I hope your weather warms up!


liza36 on 12/06/2012:
I love your grateful statement yesterday. Have a great day.


Duaa123. on 12/06/2012:
I am from Saudi Arabia...:)


V on 12/06/2012:
RYC of course you can have some of my energy but i think you are being modest here because you have just as much energy as I do <3


nunnermack on 12/07/2012:
Just catching up on your postings. Wow!! Great photos of the snow. It looks so very pretty!!

Sometimes I travel with those rubber bands that look like jump ropes...I can't think of the name of them...anyway...I bring them and there they sit in my suitcase the whole time I'm away. I have good intentions that just go out the window.

Enjoy your evening!!!



grannyannie - Wednesday Dec 05, 2012
(Healthy food-getting super-fit-maintenance)
Weight: 130.2

Today I am grateful that I don't hate my body like I did for years and that I feel 20 years younger than I am!

Just under 5 weeks before we leave for Uganda and I'm honing my travel workout routines keeping in mind that most, if not all, of the floors will be hard concrete. I will only bring my smartphone with internet, no computer, no DVD players.  My biggest concern is not building more muscle but keeping what I've worked so hard to build. I know from previous trips/illness that not working out for as little as 2 weeks can make things start to get flabby. Got some good abs tips from V so I think I've got it pretty well worked out. 3 times a week.  I will do short posts on DD while we're away so I'll feel I'm accountable.  

Workout at gym:

  • 30 mins treadmill
  • 15 mins elliptical
  • 3 sets of 12 on 6 resistance machines
  • cables/pulley for triceps - 3 sets of 12
  • back lifts on half ball - 3 sets of 10

Workout at home:

  • 7 min video routine for triceps/arms
  • dumbbells - 3 sets of 12 - 7 routines
  • side dips with dumbbell
  • squats
  • lunges w/dumbbells
  • thighs/glutes with ankle weights
  • planks (full and alternating)
  • push ups
  • triceps dips
  • thigh master
  • abs-5 routines
  • bridge (for glutes)

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/cinnamon/raisins/chopped almonds/skimmed milk, tea w/milk
  • S:  2 oatcakes w/pb
  • L:  tuna sandwich, yogurt, 2 clementines
  • S:  oatcake
  • D:  leftover pasta and French bread, salad
  • S:  oatcake

Teas, water, diluted juice.  Trying to stay away from the diet coke, etc that I've been drinking a lot of again. I think it's giving me heartburn and indigestion

TOTAL:  1639

Progress as of today: 36.8 lbs lost so far, only 2.2 lbs to go!

thenewMLE on 12/05/2012:
I am so impressed that you can look far enough ahead to plan for the unusual change in your routine. I know you will have a wonderful trip and I look forward to seeing more great photos! Thanks for all the well wishes with my parents. I think we will be back to normal real soon! Have a great day!


Umpqua on 12/05/2012:
You must be so excited for your upcoming trip, and good for you for planning your exercise. I imagine it will be too hot there for long walks/hiking? RE the Quorn, I haven't actually seen a falafel variety. I just cut up the "meatballs" and it serves as falafel. I'll have to try making actual falafel at some point, I bet my boys would eat it. I hope you have a good one!


V on 12/05/2012:
I am sure you will do well on your trip! That is so awesome that you feel better/healthier today than 20 yrs ago, what a wonderful feeling <3 Have a good evening :)


V on 12/05/2012:
RYC, you should have seen my head spinning this morning, it was alot like the exorcist..LOL!



grannyannie - Tuesday Dec 04, 2012
(Healthy food-getting super-fit-maintenance)
Weight: 130.2

Today I am grateful that I saw these scenes from my window/porch today (although I'm not fond of snow!).

Rest day. Giving hubby a break from cooking and making French bread and pasta with homemade sauce.   

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/cinnamon/raisins/chopped almonds/skimmed milk, tea w/milk
  • L:  tuna sandwich w/extra light mayo on multigrain bread, yogurt
  • S:  2 clementines
  • D:  pasta w/homemade sauce & Quorn mince, salad, French bread
  • S:  oatcake
  • Teas, water, Lilt Zero

TOTAL:  under 1500 depending on how well I resist eating too much warm French bread!

Progress as of today: 36.8 lbs lost so far, only 2.2 lbs to go!

V on 12/04/2012:
Those pics are amazing Annie! I just love the view from your house, I imagine during the warmer months you spend alot of time on your porch, I would never get tired of looking! Enjoy your rest day :)


Umpqua on 12/04/2012:
That's just breathtaking Annie! I'm curious, is there any skiing up there or are your temps generally too high? Your dinner for tonight sounds great, I haven't tried the mince but the Quorn "meatballs" work in every dish I've tried them in. Have a good one!


biscottibody59 on 12/04/2012:
Cool view--thanks for sharing! Hope your week continues to go your way:-)



grannyannie - Monday Dec 03, 2012
(Healthy food-getting super-fit-maintenance)
Weight: 130.2

Today I am grateful for Kahlil Gibran and his wisdom!

We woke up to snow.    It's about 38F right now so it should melt.  It's a slushy mess right now.  

Workout at gym:

  • 35 mins intense spin bike
  • 15 mins treadmill
  • 3 sets of 12 on 6 resistance machines
  • cables/pulley for triceps - 3 sets of 12
  • back lifts on half ball - 3 sets of 10

Workout at home:

  • 7 min video routine for triceps/arms
  • dumbbells - 3 sets of 12 - 7 routines
  • side dips with dumbbell
  • squats
  • lunges w/dumbbells
  • thighs/glutes with ankle weights
  • planks (full and alternating)
  • push ups
  • triceps dips
  • thigh master
  • abs-5 routines
  • bridge (for glutes)

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/cinnamon/raisins/chopped almonds/skimmed milk, tea w/milk
  • S:  oatcake w/pb, picked up some spices at the shop and a bag of Maltesers (malted milk balls) jumped into the basket.  
  • L:  grilled cheese sandwich, yogurt
  • S:  2 clementines
  • D:  chickpea curry & rice, salad - also going to try making some spice-crusted tofu
  • S:  oatcake
  • Teas & water & diluted juice and some evil diet Coke.  

TOTAL:  1631

Progress as of today: 36.8 lbs lost so far, only 2.2 lbs to go!

Duaa123. on 12/03/2012:
very good day and diet keep going... you know .. I hope we have snow only a one-time hahahhaah in my city Jeddah .. always hot weather ..always at 48 degrees Celsius in summer and 38 degrees Celsius in winter..

so .. It is really nice weather in your city ...:)


V on 12/03/2012:
You guys don't get hit with the big snow storms or do you? I hope the roads aren't too messy to and from the gym.. Have a good day my friend :)


Umpqua on 12/03/2012:
I hope your snow melts quickly. Spice-crusted tofu sounds interesting - let us know how it turns out!


V on 12/03/2012:
RYC yeah i thought that your winters were pretty mild as far as snow accumulating..That's good :) and LOL yeah sliding off a cliff wouldn't be my idea of a good time either ;) Hahaha



grannyannie - Sunday Dec 02, 2012
(Healthy food-getting super-fit-maintenance)
Weight: 130.2

Today I am grateful for a warm house!!

Rest day, but I'm sorta doing an extra thorough cleaning of the master bedroom. So far I got the thick dust off the top of our wardrobe.... Better get away from this computer and finish it, or at least get most of it done.  

I did update my blog which I don't do often enough:  

http://solasachanalba.blogspot.co.uk/

We leave on our trip to Uganda in just over a month and I'm trying to figure out how I will manage to do strength training while there. Some is obvious, but others are not. I won't be able to bring my exercise mat, and carpet is rarely used in Uganda. Floors are most often concrete. I can still do planks, pushups, leg lifts, but what about abs? I have yet to find good abs routines that don't involve lying down. Do abs while lying on the bed?? I'm not worried about cardio but am most concerned about my muscles disappearing like they have before on trips. 

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/cinnamon/raisins/chopped almonds/skimmed milk, tea w/milk
  • L:  4 slices turkey bacon on multigrain bread with mustard, fresh pineapple
  • S:  2 clementines, yogurt
  • D:  chickpea curry & rice, salad
  • S:  Sesame Snaps
  • Teas, water, diluted juice

TOTAL:  1486

Progress as of today: 36.8 lbs lost so far, only 2.2 lbs to go!

V on 12/02/2012:
As far as strength training goes, I am taking my resistance bands with me on vacation for the times I won't make it to the gym..The band doesn't take up space in your suitcase and they are reasonably priced(10-15 bucks tops) Anyhoo you use your own body weight as resistance and you can do an entire wt routine with them..I have a few standing ab exercises that I could send to you via fb message if you want to check them out.. Have a wonderful day :)


supercheese on 12/02/2012:
Hi annie! Oh wow Uganda! how long will you be there for??? I am concerned about my loss of muscle too! I look "small" now, but Im pretty sure i look tiny and not muscular because i havent been doing weights as much :( Abs = planks?



grannyannie - Saturday Dec 01, 2012
(Healthy food-getting super-fit-maintenance)
Weight: 130.2

Today I am grateful for the gorgeous scenery outside my window!  

We had a nice two days in Glasgow. Temps were about 2C/35F but it was sunny most of the time and stayed dry and I had my long Michigan down coat, and cashmere scarf. Thursday we met for lunch with my husband's brother and his wife whom we haven't seen for ages even though they just live in Glasgow. I think lunch and chatting lasted about 3 hours.  We are all going to Thailand for our niece's wedding early in 2014 and will likely combine this with a trip to Australia (where niece lives). 

We really enjoyed the classical concert Thursday night as well. We were amazed by this 20 year old guitarist who was the soloist. http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/artists/aa231e7e-3672-4600-ac19-0d936c79dc06  The concert was live on the radio so everyone was very careful not to cough!  

We also got our flu jabs/shots on Thursday and did some shopping. Friday morning we went to a couple of museums, one of which was the anatomy museum at the university. Lots of emm...interesting bodies and body parts which was preserved or pickled or whatever they did.

Won't mention the food/beers. 

Since we were gone I missed my usual grocery shopping day and I avoid Saturday shopping like the plague... but I shopped this morning and got out early. I was at the shop by 9:00 and the crowds hadn't hit yet. 

Workout at home:

  • 45 mins tae bo/jump rope
  • 7 min video routine for triceps/arms
  • dumbbells - 3 sets of 12 - 7 routines
  • side dips with dumbbell
  • squats
  • lunges w/dumbbells
  • thighs/glutes with ankle weights
  • planks (full and alternating)
  • push ups
  • triceps dips
  • thigh master
  • abs-5 routines
  • bridge (for glutes)

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/cinnamon/raisins/chopped almonds/skimmed milk, tea w/milk
  • S:  picked up a 2 serving packet of Nutella at the shop and ate it on 2 oatcakes (yummy but loads of calories!)
  • L:  2 slices turkey bacon, 1 egg on multigrain bread
  • S:  2 clementines, grapes
  • D:  chickpea curry & rice, salad
  • S:  yogurt, Sesame snaps
  • Teas, water, dilute juice

TOTAL:  under 1800 

Progress as of today: 36.8 lbs lost so far, only 2.2 lbs to go!

V on 12/01/2012:
Wow Sean looks really young for a 20yo! I am happy you enjoyed your trip to Glasgow :) LOL I hear you about weekend crowds at the grocery store, i usually get mine in before everyone else wakes up Sunday mornings..It is really nice not to have to fight the crowds. Hope you have a good day Annie :)


Umpqua on 12/01/2012:
Your trip sounds wonderful and your upcoming trip to Thailand/Australia sounds even more wonderful! I know I've said it before, but I cannot wait until my boys are a little older and can appreciate more travel. We've started them young so they can get used to it!



grannyannie - Wednesday Nov 28, 2012
(Healthy food-getting super-fit-maintenance)
Weight: 130.2

Today I am grateful for another day of sunshine!  

Temp is about 41F, but it's dry. Got myself an early xmas gift from hubby. Told him I was long overdue for a quality, long, hooded raincoat. Picked it up today. Now I have no excuse not to go for walks in the rain.

Early tomorrow we go into Glasgow for an overnight stay. We're meeting hubby's brother and his wife for lunch. Also getting our flu jabs. Concert in the evening is the Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Rodrigo's Guitar Concerto.  A bit of shopping while we are there as well.  And of course sampling different ales and beers. 

Workout at gym:

  • 35 mins spin bike - intense!!
  • 15 mins treadmill - 10% incline at 6kph for the final 5 mins
  • 3 sets of 12 on 6 resistance machines (increased the weight on 2 of the upper body machines)
  • cables/pulley for triceps - 3 sets of 12

Workout at home:

  • 7 min video routine for triceps/arms
  • dumbbells - 3 sets of 12 - 7 routines
  • side dips with dumbbell
  • squats
  • lunges w/dumbbells
  • thighs/glutes with ankle weights
  • planks (full and alternating)
  • push ups
  • triceps dips
  • thigh master
  • abs-5 routines
  • bridge (for glutes)

Menu: (some indulgence coming up next 2 days so being good today) - need to have husband hide the oatcakes!

  • B:  porridge/cinnamon/raisins/chopped almonds/skimmed milk, tea w/milk
  • S:  post workout:  2 oatcakes w/pb
  • L:  seeded multigrain toast w/pbj, yogurt, fresh pineapple, clementine, oatcake
  • D:  veggie curry & rice, salad, drink
  • S:  yogurt
  • Teas & water

TOTAL:  1499

Progress as of today: 36.8 lbs lost so far, only 2.2 lbs to go!

legcramps on 11/28/2012:
Sounds like it'll be a fun couple of days! Enjoy!


hollybelle on 11/28/2012:
checking in to say hello. Saw your comment a few days ago about freaking when you gain a couple lbs. I think it's just that after you have worked so hard to get to goal and know how good you feel you never want to go back and we can't stay at goal without purposely aiming to do that. I worked so hard at not freaking that I gained almost all my weight back - so....it's a balancing act, I guess. You do well remaining mindful! Recognizing that you kind of freak out is a good thing. Keep up the good work!


liza36 on 11/28/2012:
Sounds like you've got a few fun days ahead of you.


biscottibody59 on 11/28/2012:
Looks like a good day for you--and good plans for tomorrow! Enjoy!

I know you have to cherish those sunny days:-)


V on 11/28/2012:
What a lovely pre Xmas present :) I am so happy that you had a rain free day :) I would gladly trade temps(not the rain) with you! I do envy the concert you are attending..

RYC that is so cool and you must be very proud of your Ugandan daughter :) Have a wonderful evening Annie!


Umpqua on 11/30/2012:
I somehow missed this entry - I hope you're having an excellent visit in Glasgow!



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