Week One Summary, Week Two Overview

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Tomorrow is the 7th day designed as the “rest” day. The rest day consists of moderate activity, a healthy breakfast and lunch, and dinner out (healthy choices). No planned exercise. Also, it allows a day to reflect on your first week’s progress.
Recap of Week One:
a href=”https://glasshalffullblogdotcom1.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/week-one-recap.pdf”>Week One Recap (PDF version)

Week One Recap (Word Version)

The nutrition/exercise plan for the previous 6 days had a calorie deficit which would suggest a weight loss of 1 to 2 lbs. Were you successful? If you are trying to lose a little weight and achieved your goal, congratulations! If you lost more than 2 lbs., you need to increase your food quantities. If you did not lose weight and desire weight loss, it’s pretty simple. You must reduce your quantities, eliminate liquid calories and/or up your exercise. Since our exercise frequency was 6 days/week, the frequency shouldn’t be changed. Instead either up your intensity or lengthen the duration to burn those extra calories.

Week Two Overview:

Grocery List and Meal Preparation instructions below:
Grocery List Week 2 (PDF version)

<a href="Grocery List Week 2” title=”Week 2 word version” target=”_blank”>Grocery List Week 2 (Word Version)

<a href="Week Two Overview and Daily Instructions (PDF version)” title=”Week 2 overview” target=”_blank”>Week Two Overview and Daily Instructions (PDF version)

<a href="Week Two Overview and Daily Instructions (Word version)” title=”Overview word version” target=”_blank”>Week Two Overview and Daily Instructions (Word version)

I’ll be out-of-town for a few days and won’t be posting. Good luck and stick with it! You can do it!

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